Connected Homes Range

Wizom: Connected accommodation to leave you spellbound

5+ that add value to your assets in the long run

Immediate digital information. Centralised and streamlined consumption monitoring

Real-time and remote coordination to control consumption and preserve natural resources

Housing that suits you, with all controls centralised from a smartphone

Brings greater peace of mind and safety for residents thanks to remote anomaly detection

Reinforces social links between the residents and the manager through services developed for and by the inhabitants

Bouygues Construction Projects

Mélinée Residence

Wizom services for greater comfort and savings.

The implementation of remote heating and lighting controls to optimise consumption in the building.
The inhabitants have also benefited from an
“I’m leaving” button and a user-friendly UBIANT® interface for greater comfort in their homes.

Alizari Residence

Wizom services for greater comfort, savings and social links.

As well as remote heating and lighting controls to optimise and measure consumption in the building, an information screen has been installed in common areas to simplify contact between residents and the manager.
The inhabitants have also benefited from an
“I’m leaving” button, a user-friendly UBIANT® interface and a remote control for the rolling shutters, for greater comfort in their homes.

Parc des Closbilles

Wizom services for greater comfort, savings, social links and simplified management.

The building becomes more eco-responsible thanks to the Wizom solutions (energy meters, automatic detection and cut-off of leaks, and access to overall consumption). Maintenance is simpler thanks to a technical alarm-reporting platform for the lifts, lifting pumps, sky domes, fan extraction vents and water softeners.
An information screen in common areas and a malfunction alert application are accessible to simplify contact between residents and the manager.

They tell their story

Interview by Isabelle Artiguenave (Head of Caps Operations) and Patrice Rismondo (R&D Project Manager, Bouygues Construction)