5 May 2022

How Can SPC Improve Smart Home Integration in 2022?

In recent years, the integration of smart home technology in the home automation market has seen a steady increase in popularity, and integrations are expected to keep increasing in years to come. 

The ability to integrate different products and software into one multi-purpose platform is an exciting opportunity for the industry. One of ACRE’s flagship security systems, SPC, is an excellent example of a system that can capitalize on this need through compatibility with other smart home systems. Here are a few ways SPC can improve your home’s security and work alongside your smart home solutions.

Lundix IT – SPC Bridge

Lundix IT is a key integration partner at ACRE, especially in the home automation sector. With Lundix’s SPC Bridge, SPC can integrate with virtually any third-party building management system, vendor management system, and home automation system. Lundix products have opened the door for countless integrations with SPC in various ways, such as monitoring events relating to SPC-connected motion detectors, doors, windows, fire detectors, and interconnected alarms. Learn more about Lundix’s SPC Bridge here!


Control4 is compatible with SPC systems for integration, allowing users to manually arm and disarm their SPC security system and various other functions such as controlling the lights, playing music, adjusting the air conditioner, and checking the cameras, all with one easy to use the system. Control4 is compatible with the Lundix Bridge, expanding its compatibility with third-party systems exponentially. To learn more about Control4 integration, click here!


We’ve covered this integration before, but KNX is a product so nice you need to see it twice. KNX systems can be used to automate essentially any part of a building, including lighting, multimedia functions, HVAC, air conditioning, energy management, and most importantly to us, security. By integrating KNX with SPC, your house can practically run itself, as something like heating can be deactivated when nobody is home, thus conserving energy and lowering your electricity bills. To learn more about KNX, visit here