Most people these days are familiar with the term ‘Integrated Home Systems’ (hereafter abbreviated to IHS). However, when people begin to talk about IHS it quickly become apparent that nearly everyone interprets this term differently. For one person it is a lighting control system, for another a sound distribution system, and for yet another it is a system which ensures that older people are able to go on living independently at home for longer. IHS is therefore a container term into which people put all manner of things, but no one now knows quite what is in the container.
This design guide has two objectives. Firstly, the guide provides information on the possibilities of IHS by describing specific features and techniques. In this way the owner or occupant is introduced to possibilities he or she did not know existed. The second objective is to detect and realize the customer’s wishes. This is necessary to ensure that the installation fully meets the customer’s requirements. This design guide enables the customer to determine what features and techniques should or should not be present in the installation.
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