UAE telco all set to make smart home a reality for consumers

Solutions include home networking, home automation and home monitoring
du CEO Osman Sultan at a demo of the smart home solutions
du CEO Osman Sultan at a demo of the smart home solutions

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du has launched its Smart Home services for all UAE residents with packages in home automation, home monitoring and IT consultancy services.

“As a progressive nation with a high youth population, UAE consumers are used to being constantly connected. We are proud today to elevate this connectivity to the home and make the Smart Home a reality for consumers today,” said Fahad Al Hassawi, chief commercial officer, du.

To understand and experience the benefits of a Smart Home, du encourages consumers to visit its Smart Home experience center first at du headquarters in Al Salam Tower, Media City. Solutions showcased include home automation – control of lighting, door sensors, automated curtains, AC and various other available appliances; home monitoring - view of home status through cameras and sensors; home entertainment - control of audio and video equipment; and home networking – effective wireless coverage.

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