Livicom Smart Home is developed and created in Russia by the largest manufacturer of monitoring systems. All user data is encrypted and stored in one of Russia's largest independent data centers, in which the top 3 Russian banks store their data. Third-party access to the server is impossible, and power supplies and communication channels are repeatedly redundant.
The Livicom mobile app lets you remotely control Smart Home devices, provide access to those you trust, and automate the operation of household equipment using scenarios and schedules. Mobile app uses network traffic and electronic security key (token) encryption to secure your data. Download Livicom mobile app
Livicom radio devices technical solution is based on CC1310 high-end transceiver manufactured by Texas Instruments - one of world's leading chip manufacturers. Sophisticated architecture ensures extremely low energy consumption..
Cost-effective DIY wireless smart home system can be installed with ease by the user. There's no need to drill holes or run wires around your home, you don't need to pay an installation team for setup.
Two-way communication with sensors ensures quick identification of any malfunctions during system operation. An owner immediately finds out about the source and reason for the malfunction.
You can connect up to 256 Livi radio devices to Livi Smart Hub and up to 64 devices to Livi Smart Hub 2G. This is more than enough to control all your home's utility systems!
Security is our priority! Reliable encryption methods and a crypto chip ensure the system's protection against intrusion and device usage in organized bot attacks.
The system is stand-alone, self-sufficient, and does not require any maintenance costs. Devices will operate for 10 years on the included batteries.
The Livi Smart Hub can be located up to 1 km from radio devices. Such range allows the system to work securely even in a large private residences with surrounding buildings.
Each device consumes only as much power as it needs in order to transmit the signal. The closer the device is to the hub, the less power it consumes, thus automatically reducing transmitter power and extending battery life.
Livi Smart Hub can be connected to the Livicom platform via two communication channels: Ethernet and GSM. Channel duplication is used to ensure transmission of alarms, information about device malfunctions and communication failures to the users.