As one grows older, one views many things with a more relaxed perspective. However, there are also certain things that all of a sudden start to become more difficult: climbing the stairs, pulling on roller shutter belts and using a manual handle to extend the awning – all these things require a considerable expenditure of energy. However, one thing is a non-negotiable for you: you continue to value your independence. Above all, within your own four walls. That is precisely why you put your faith in state-of-the-art automation technology that helps you effectively with the challenges posed by everyday life.
It's absolute child's play to use the timer, the memo function on your wall transmitter or the hand-held transmitter from where you are sitting on the sofa to control equipment including your roller shutters fully automatically. This gives you effortless control even over those areas of your home that are aren't so easy to get to – such as the cellar or attic. People whose mobility is restricted, either in the short or long term, can also reap the benefit of a significantly easier life thanks to Becker products.
Technology for the home
Motorised drives and intelligent control units not only provide you with control over your roller shutters at all times. Do you want to enjoy a nice cup of coffee on your terrace? No problem: just a click of the mouse and your awning will provide you with a nice shady corner with no need for tedious handle-winding. Do you want to be confident in the knowledge that all lights throughout the house are off at night? That is really easy to program and check with your central house control system. The possibilities are almost limitless, just like the freedom that you gain as a result.
Simple to operate
Perhaps you ask yourself: "What is the point in all this technology if I can't operate it?" Well, we can soon set your mind at rest on that point: in all our systems we set great store by making them easy to understand and user-friendly. Some of our products have even been awarded a seal of approval by the German Society for Gerontechnology (GGT). The aim is for people to carry on living their lives to the full despite advancing years.