Home Automation (HAI) will release Snap-Link Mobile for Android in April, after the application undergoes final testing.
By downloading the application developed by HAI, users gain the ability to control their entire HAI home or business from an Android mobile device. The hand-held interface is similar in design to HAI's other mobile interfaces including Snap-Link (for PC's) and Snap-Link Mobile for iPhone.
Homeowners and business managers have the ability to view event logs, real-time video surveillance, and adjust anything under HAI's control including lights, access control, appliances, temperatures, window coverings, audio, and more. Users have the ability to adjust programmed settings such as wake-up time and temperatures. Multiple HAI systems are able to be accessed from within the same application, and communications are secured by HAI's AES encryption.
"Mobile connectivity is key to energy savings, comfort, and peace of mind," said HAI president, Jay McLellan. "HAI's Windows, Android, and iPhone and iPad apps provide a variety of mobile interface options for our customers."
HAI will offer demos of its products at Electronic House Expo, held in Orlando, Florida, March 17-19.