Many clients end up discussing potential systems with an installer without even having looked at the requirements for infrastructure. We can compare this to buying your furniture before you've even built your house - how do you know your couch is going to fit in the lounge?
The same counts for systems design; discussions around the requirements, the thought, the feeling, the experience. When you close your eyes and imagine using the system - be it triggering a 'scene' to control the lights when you walk in, a remote control to turn the music on while cooking, or a touch panel to select and queue your movies in your home cinema.
We can probably guess that you didn't think of 'Samsung' or 'Sony' first and foremost. You probably pictured how you'd use it, how you interacted with the remote; what happened when you pressed button 'x' or how you felt the film score make the hairs on your neck stand on end.
Why should you approach a system of this nature any differently?
We start with a few meetings to discuss requirements and what you would like, we draft a letter of Intent for our design services and systems analysis, and then once all the details have been worked out, then only do we move to a quoting stage. Once a client has accepted the quote then we can handle the installation via one of our dealers or installers, work with the electricians and contractors on site to make sure things go smoothly, and then we assist with the final commissioning and handover.
We can assist with maintenance agreements where required, where there are ongoing concerns to ensure fully functional systems - such as hospitality industry installations. We can pre-prepare sites for arrival of international visitors (also a nifty feature to do from abroad!)
Below is an example of a basic system wiring diagram
Below are examples of basic 3D models we produce