Banana Island Project


We were approached by the client to design and install a Home Automation system and Home cinema for his new building with lighting control and Local Area Network (LAN) inclusive. These were his initial needs but after a careful understanding of what the client wanted, it was recommended to include Automated blinds and a CCTV security system.

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WSE designed and installed a highly comprehensive Control 4 system which controls AV as well as all the major electrical equipment including automated blinds, security systems and all the lighting systems around the house. We deployed Lighting systems and blinds from Lutron, CCTV from Axis, and Local Area Network from Pakedge.

This first phase of the project included the initial site survey, design and cabling of infrastructure on the site. It also included the running of cables and mounting of back-boxes and speakers. This initial part of the project required extensive involvement and feedback between the design engineer and site manager. Based upon the input from the site manager, we re-designed some solutions to fit the client’s needs.

We ensured every necessary equipment was verified to ensure availability before testing and terminating all cable points. We also installed the speakers and keypads where necessary. The voice and data infrastructure was terminated into the respective ports on the patch panel. This phase of the project made sure the conduit had been individually tested and certified perfect.

The final phase of the project required the field engineer to terminate and connect all necessary equipment with utmost attention to cable management. The downloading of all needed firmware was also done and the client was trained on how to use the system. He was also given a manual after which the project was commissioned and ready for use.

The client was excited with the transformation of his new home and the fact that he could manage all his electrical equipment easily and conveniently. He also expressed how seamless the user-interface worked and we are glad to have been part of this project.


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