High system flexibility through the client-server model

The application concept of the Gira HomeServer is based on a genuine client-server model. Because of this, the Gira HomeServer offers a particularly high degree of access flexibility with a wide variety of control devices. Additional technologies can be easily integrated into the building control via the open IP interface.

Licence-free access with all devices through the client-server model

Thanks to the client-server model, users can access the HomeServer with any number of different control devices. Therefore, it is not necessary to license the individual devices.

More flexibility for home control thanks to the open IP interface

The Gira HomeServer communicates via an open IP interface. As a result, the HomeServer can be accessed by any device that also has an open IP interface and is configured accordingly. However, 'open' does not mean freely accessible: Access is, of course, password-protected and encrypted, so that only authorised occupants have access to the server.

Simple system integration via the Gira DCS IP gateway

Using the DCS IP gateway, additional systems from other manufacturers and functions can be connected to the network via the HomeServer. The door communication system can be integrated via a plug-in, for example. Everything can be easily controlled via the Gira Interface and audio-visual door communication is enabled via the Gira Control Clients, or using a PC, tablet, or smartphone. Systems from other manufacturers such as the Revox multiroom system, Miele@home, Dornbracht Ambiance, etc. can be universally controlled via the HomeServer.