Technology development is hopping fast forward, lagging the interoperability of connected devices far behind. This is where SiMPNiC solution comes in, and how home control becomes natural.
The brand SiMPNiC is originated from a combination of “simple” and “technology”, aiming to simplify the complexities in IoT smart living. The name also sounds like the homonym of “symphony”, bringing the image of a seamless home environment, where home user is the conductor of the elegant symphony, gracefully controlling all types of connected devices with smart solution.
As a unique brand of communication expert CTS, SiMPNiC is considered having complementary effect for its parent company. “Just like iMacs and iPhones of Apple, they are the flagship products of two different decades, but their concept and functionalities can support each other, consolidating an irreplaceable ecosystem in Apple users’ life. Now, CTS and SiMPNiC are sharing the same idea,” explained Antony Chen, President of CTS.
“Based on home communication, SiMPNiC is constantly identifying the void of so called ‘smart home’ from the point of home application. We would like to fulfill what is missing in the smart home scenarios,” Chen added.
From his view, the ideal smart home solution is not just making technical progress, but continuously rethinking if the application can genuinely solve problems of the smart home users. Though the applications can vary greatly from home security to comfort control, all of the scenarios are aiming the same target－a better home experience with secured technology.
With high scalability, the SiMPNiC S1 Gateway is designed to prioritize proofed edge-security and flexible open platform. Home ecosystems can therefore be expanded and customized based on individual home conditions and demand. “SiMPNiC is not simply selling the products, but the integrated solutions to solve inconveniences that users face at their living spaces. We are turning ourselves into an IoT platform (SOP, SiMPNiC Open Platform), where our partners can easily plan and implement their IoT business, and enhance the convenience of integrating the best home that end-users prefer,” commented Chen gladly.
One concept behind this step forward is separating the smart device users and the adopters. SiMPNiC has transformed their business model from working individually to cooperating with other partners from various industries as an IoT ecosystem. While users need more time to get used to smart connected devices, SiMPNiC will gradually integrate the solution into homes, becoming an inevitable part of users’ daily lives.
Unlike many companies target the buyers of products, SiMPNiC wants to satisfy users. “Ultimately we want end-users to ‘feel’ the benefit of smart home. To realize the goal, SiMPNiC team has to ‘sense’ the life and consumer demand first,” concluded Chen. “We believe the continuous observation of life can effectively optimize SiMPNiC smart solutions.”