UK home automation specialists, Vesternet
, have signed an agreement with US-based Perceptive Automation, to make the Indigo software available to European customers. Indigo is described on the Perceptive Automation website as ‘intelligent automation software’ that enables Apple Macintosh computers to control a rich assortment of hardware devices, including those using Insteon, LightwaveRF and Z-Wave protocols.
Indigo software has developed a reputation for being very easy to use, allowing the user to add devices and create scenes, as well as triggers and schedule in order to control their home appliances and heating. Indigo’s excellent graphical user interface epitomises the efficiency and ease-of-use that is familiar to all Mac users.
Indigo is available in two versions: Indigo Lite and Indigo Pro. Indigo Lite is intended for users that only control a few lights, etc., while Indigo Pro is for those who want more complete automation of their home including an unlimited number of devices, enhanced scheduling and the availability of a wide range of 3rd Party Plugins.
In a recent test and review, www.automatedhome.co.uk, have praised Indigo as ‘pain free to install and setup’, and have accordingly moved their entire home automation system over to Indigo.
Indeed, Indigo 6 Pro has been enhanced to support several different types of hardware, and special attention has been given to allow the product to have more direct integration for plugin devices, events and actions, specifically to enhance the user experience.
Vesternet founder Dave Bell said, ‘we are thrilled to have signed an agreement with Perceptive Automation. Having been very impressed by the sheer useability and functionality of the Indigo software, I am honoured that Vesternet has been chosen to bring this great product to the European market’.
Indigo Lite and Indigo Pro are available now for immediate download from Vesternet
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