ACE is designed to enhance your existing automation system by
providing remote control and monitoring capability, text-to-speech, caller id,
e-mail, scripting, touchscreen support, web interface, and many other features that your existing automation system
may not support.
ACE is a modular product. Each module is a separate program
that provides a unique set of features. Each module can be used by itself or
with other modules, depending on your needs.
ACE has built in support for HomeSeer, ECS, YAC, HomeVision, Omni, Comfort
and Napco. ACE also supports a documented API that can be used to send commands
to ACE via a serial port, COM, DDE, network or ASCII file. Thus, almost any
automation system supporting one of these interfaces can benefit from ACE. If
you are a programmer, you can also use the API along with your own software to
further enhance your system's capabilities. See the Developer Support page for
information on how to create your own program that can communicate with ACE.
ACE Server - Runs on
your main HA computer. Gives ACE Clients access to your system and
gives your system access to all clients. Much more...
ACE Client - Monitor and control your HA system
from anywhere! Touchscreen support. Much more...
ACE-TTS - Speak any text string
(SAPI 4 and SAPI 5.1 versions available)
ACE-MS - Establish an Internet
connection and/or send an e-mail
- Adds caller id capability to any PC on the network
- Control your Omni, Omni Pro, Aegis system from anywhere using a
nice graphical interface
Control your Comfort system from anywhere! Adds unlimited
responses and unlimited IR codes. Much more...
ACE-Desktop - ACE module that is run with an ACE api command
as its command line parameter and then passes the command to ACE
Server or ACE Client. Useful for adding command icons to the
desktop or for using with Windows Scheduler to schedule ACE actions.
ACE-ePod - ACE Client that
runs on an ePod (Windows CE 2.11, MIPS processor). This module
is very limited and was really just created to test the
functionality on a Windows CE based webpad. Available on the
ACE-Test - Sample programs showing how to
communicate with ACE via DDE and COM