Osbee's Custom App

System Control:

Osbee's Custom App

    The control app for every Osbee Home is custom designed and programmed by our in-house engineers to provide intuitive and easy control of all the technology, entertainment, and security functions of the residence.
     
    Shown Here: The Home Screen
    This screen features an icon bar at the top that makes it fast and easy to access every part of the system. The Icon Bar is specific to the systems in each residence, so fewer — or more — options might be available for any given project.
    Shown Here: The Audio Main Screen
    This screen shows all the Audio Sources in easy-to-navigate icon view.
    Shown Here: The Audio Sources & Destinations Screen
    This button-based screen shows the audio sources (FM, Satellite Radio, Pandora, etc.) and the Audio Destinations (rooms or areas in the residence where audio capabilities are available).
     
    One Source of audio can be chosen and can be played in one, several, or all Destinations. Or multiple Sources can be played in multiple Destinations.
    Shown Here: The Sirrius XM Screen
    For each Audio Source there is an individual Control Screen. This Sirrius XM satellite radio screen is very similar to Sirrius' online and mobile apps with all the familiar features including Genres, Favorites, and "Now Playing" information.
    Shown Here: The Music Box/Pandora Screen
    Music Box provides access to multiple sources of streaming audio, in this case, Pandora. The control screen matches the online and mobile apps with access to playlists, thumbs-up-thumbs-down ratings, and all other account features.

    Shown Here: The Video Main Screen

    This screen shows all the Video Sources in easy-to-navigate icon view.

    Shown Here: The Video Sources & Destinations Screen
    This button-based screen shows the video sources (cable, TiVo, AppleTV, Blu-ray, etc.) and the Video Destinations (rooms or areas in the residence where video capabilities are available).
     
    One Source of video can be chosen and can be viewed in one, several, or all Destinations. Or multiple Sources can be played in multiple Destinations.
    Shown Here: The DVR Screen with Numeric Keypad
    This screen for each video source (in this case a DVR) is set up to match the buttons and functionality of its corresponding handheld remote — including fast forward and back, and reaching a specific channel using the numeric keypad or the D-pad — so there is no learning curve.
    Shown Here: The DVR Screen with Channel Icons
    A useful option for the DVR screen is the ability to switch the numeric keypad to an icon-based channel lineup for easy one-touch selection.
    Shown Here: The AppleTV Screen
    This screen is set up to match the AppleTV app making it simple to use.
    Shown Here: The Climate Control (HVAC) Screen
    This screen is based on a visual representation of the specific floorplan of the residence, making it quite simple to select a heating/cooling zone and see what zones are active at any given time.
     
    Once a zone or zones is/are selected, the thermostat settings panel at the left makes it easy to adjust each zone to the exact temperature desired.
    Shown Here: The Lighting Control Screen with Scenes/Adjust
    This screen is based on a visual representation of the specific floorplan of the residence, making it quite simple to select a lighting zone and see wherever lights are on and off at any given time.
     
    Once a zone or zones is/are selected, the Scenes/Adjust panel at the left makes it easy to access programmed lighting scenes — "Welcome", "Goodbye", and "Party" are popular — that can control several or all the lights in the home with one touch.
    Shown Here: The Lighting Control Screen with Dimmers
    Once a lighting zone is selected using the Adjust buttons, any dimmers in that zone will become visible and can be adjusted by sliding the dimmer icons up or down to set the desired light levels.
    Shown Here: The Lighting Control All Rooms Screen
    To see all rooms/zones on one screen, the All Rooms view shows each zone in a button format. Those highlighted in blue indicate the lights are on in that zone. It's an especially convenient way to see where lights have been left on and turn them off from any room in the house.
    Shown Here: The Shades & Drapery Control Screen
    This screen lets you access all motorized shades and drapery tracks. Simply choose the specific shades, view their current raised/lowered positions, and adjust them as desired by swiping the shade icons up or down.
    Shown Here: The Security Cameras Control Screen
    This screen allows users to view all surveillance cameras, either singly, or up to as many as four at a time on one screen. This screen is also often combined with intercom and electronic door opening functionality so visitors can be identified at a door or gate and can be given entry to the grounds or residence with the touch of a button.
    Shown Here: The Security System Control Screen
    This screen integrates third-party alarm and security systems into the Osbee control system and can replace separate alarm panels.
    Shown Here: The Weather Screen
    Local, national, and international weather conditions can be checked without having to turn the tv on or pick up a mobile phone.
    Shown Here: The Power Screen
    This screen lets you view the status of the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) devices that provide emergency battery backup power to the equipment in your Osbee equipment racks. Equipment racks can also be monitored and reset by our technicians from this screen.
    Shown Here: The Customize Screen
    This screen lets you set brightness and screen-timeout settings, and change the background design of the touchscreens from a pre-loaded image library. Upon request, Osbee can also add custom images to the image library — including family photos, favorite travel memories, or images that match finishes such as tile and wallpaper — for a truly custom look.
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