Method for configuring and method for controlling an interface of home automation equipments

  • US 10,996,647 B2
  • Filed: 02/23/2016
  • Issued: 05/04/2021
  • Est. Priority Date: 02/23/2015
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. A method for configuring a control interface of home automation equipment of a home automation installation of a building comprising at least the following steps:

  • collecting a set of status queries relating to at least one possible status of at least one home automation equipment, the at least one home automation equipment being an actuator arranged to displace or modify a setting of an element of the building or an alarm system;

    selecting at least one default status query called default query selection;

    constituting the default query selection of at least one status query of the set of status queries, the default query selection of the at least one status query corresponding to a restricted subset of possible status queries, wherein the default query selection defines a configuration basis for an element of the control interface, the element being configured for later one-step acquisition of the restricted subset of possible status queries;

    configuring the element of the control interface on the basis of the default query selection of the at least one status query, so as to trigger in a one-step acquisition realized after the step of constitution of the default query selection, in response to an interaction of a user with the element of the interface;

    the emission of a collection request toward a central entity of the home automation installation, the collection request comprising the default query selection of the at least one status query;

    the acquisition, for each status query of the default query selection of the at least one status query, of at least one corresponding status indication relating to at least one actual status of at least one home automation equipment.

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