Smart heat radiator thermostats react more sensitively than manual thermostats to changes in temperature and regulate the indoor temperature more precisely. A learning algorithm heats and cools each room separately, taking into account the local weather forecast from the Meteorological Institute. The service operates completely automatically and no actions are required from the resident or employee. When they want, they have the possibility to control the heating and affect their own consumption via the user interface. A healthy indoor temperature improves air quality, affecting well-being and the productivity of work.
No extra routers needed anymore. Until now, a separate router has been required that converts the WLAN signal for the low-energy radios used by wireless thermostats. The Wi-Fi thermostat makes a router unnecessary. Radio communication is also more reliable when the surplus operation is got rid of.
Fourdeg will begin deliveries of WiFi thermostats to customers in June 2017. ”The new thermostat is more user-friendly and the initial investment is halved when a router is no longer needed,” says the CEO, Markku Makkonen.