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Welcome to Sendal
The intelligent home solution that promotes better living.

Healthy Home Services

Sendal connects your smart devices to create a home that works and adapts with your lifestyle.

Three example screenshots of the Sendal app featuring our healthy home services and home controls.

Breathe

the cleanest air yet.

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Aware Home

just so you know.

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Aware Room

just to be safe.

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Illuminate

light up your path.

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Detect

stove on? stove off.

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Blink

lights on? lights off.

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Meet Sendal

Upper Half  |  Autonomous Home Interaction
  • View and interact with enrolled Sendal Services
  • See the status of each service (on, off, armed/ disarmed)
  • Receive notifications for services that may require your attention
Lower Half  |  Smart Home Control Center
  • At-a-glance view of what is happening in the home
  • Manage devices by device type or by room
  • Home automation "scenes"

How Sendal Works

1.

Download app

2.

Connect devices

3.

Select services

4.

Live healthy and conserve energy

Blog

Sendal News

Sendal and Schneider Electric Partner on Better Home Air Quality
January 26, 2023

The new partnership between Schneider Electric and Sendal aims to make technology responsible for air quality run more autonomously as they learn more about the user and the environment.

Schneider Electric Collaborates with Sendal to Support Better Home Air Quality
January 24, 2023

Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, today announced a collaboration with Sendal, the most intelligent home solution that learns and adapts to occupants' behaviors, to address indoor air quality in today's highly energy efficient homes.

The Secret to Mass-market Adoption of the Smart Home is an Outcome-Economics Business Model.
October 27, 2020

The introduction of personal smartphones, tablets, and voice assistants unleashed a deluge of commonplace items in the home becoming internet-connected. Initial acceptance of the new connected gadgets brought the idea of the connected devices to the masses. Recently we have seen a wave of new cloud services for the home, exciting innovations around aging in place, energy conservation, healthy living, etc. In most cases, these new services require proprietary hardware in the home to function as sensors and actuators. Both domains fall short of delivering solutions for the mass-market by failing to provide a meaningful value exchange.