About Us

Who we are?

We are a small team of network and automation engineer capable to support an high standards of project and product design demands, where challenging in design new systems meets high quality and fast delivery, with a eye always pointed to the costs involved.
Our satisfaction is in delivery products and services that makes our potential costumers happy to call us again for the next one.
We are young, highly motivated and with the imperative experience to goal targets

Our goals for our clients?


Few words from the founder:

DOMOTECHNETWORKS is a company founded on 2 basic principles:SECURITY and QUALITY OF LIFE.
An Home automation (also called domotics) is a field within building automation, specializing in the specific automation requirements of private homes for the comfort and security of its residents. Although many techniques used in building automation (such as light and climate control, control of doors and window shutters, security and surveillance systems, etc.) are also used in home automation, additional functions in home automation include the control of multi-media home entertainment systems, automatic plant watering and pet feeding, and automatic scenes for dinners and parties.
The main difference between building automation and home automation is, however, the human interface. In home automation, ergonomics is of particular importance: the control should be largely image-based and self-explanatory.
Networks are the physical link between the devices of the home automation, but also the link between different building in a larger concept of wide local area where different buildings of the same structure/company/asset can be unified, thus supervised and controlled, regardless the location of the user.


Domotics is the study of applications of information technology to create intelligent home environments. It literally means intelligent houses, through the use of automation technologies and computer science. Alternately referred to as the Digital Home, the term includes home automation, multimedia, telecommunications, e-commerce, etc. through home networks. Domotics and home automation means that systems talk to each other for improved convenience, efficiency and safety. Domotics for elderly and disabled people is referred to as Home assistive technologies.


There have been many attempts to standardize the forms of hardware, electronic and communication interfaces needed to construct a home automation system. Some standards use additional communication and control wiring, some embed signals in the existing power circuit of the house, some use radio frequency (RF) signals, some can be installed wirelessly and some use a combination of several methods. Control wiring is hardest to retrofit into an existing house. Some appliances include a USB port that is used for control and connection to a domotics network. Protocol bridges translate information from one standard to another, for example, from X10 to European Installation Bus (EIB now KNX).