Quantify Technology's smart-home solutions will be available on the US market from September 2019.
The ASX-listed company has been recognised for its innovative approach to home automation by the Austrade Landing Pad Program, which supports Australian scale-ups looking to introduce their offerings to the US.
Quantify's offerings, which currently include qDimmer and intelligent power point solution qPoint, allows users to transform their traditionally wired home into smart homes using WiFi-enabled wall switches. Integrating with Amazon Alexa, the cloud-configured system allows products to be controlled via touch, app, or voice command.
The Landing Pad Program runs for 90 days, over which Quantify's Chief Executive Officer, Brett Savill, says the company will use Austrade's extensive network of contacts to accelerate its expansion into the US smart home market, which is expected to be worth US $28 billion in 2020.
"Being close to Silicon Valley and Seattle, the Landing Pad Program provides easy access to major technology companies, as well as potential partners in the building automation space. Our aim is to use this Program to develop a short list partners to work with for entry into the US in 2020", says Savill.
Originating from Perth, the company is partnered with award-winner interior designer Natalee Bowen of Indah Island. She says the products are designed for any design style.
"Quantify’s devices are stylish, sophisticated and effortlessly simple. They have been designed to meet different aesthetics of interior design, which not only makes it easy for me to seamlessly integrate their products into my Hamptons designs, but also for any other designers with their own styles."
Bowen adds, "Quantify offers many benefits – not just to the designer, but to the electrician, builder and homeowner".
Image: qPoint © Quantify Technology