After a quiet period for the brand in the UK, distributor Invision has announced a new partnership with leading smart home technology manufacturer, FIBARO.

The FIBARO product range has been designed to create the smart home solutions and enables reliable control of lighting, heating and security. Every FIBARO device unites to create an advanced wireless automation system.

With the company’s industry understanding, network of installers and high levels of customer service, the Invision team are confident that they can take the FIBARO product portfolio to the next level in the UK.

Invision has also added FIBARO to its training academy and will offer an intensive training programme that has been designed to provide skilled professionals with the practical knowledge and expertise required to specify and install FIBARO systems.

Invision’s certified FIBARO system installer training can be completed in one day and each participant will receive a personalised certificate verifying them as a FIBARO system expert.

This qualification allows access to the FIBARO Academy portal which supplies more training and video materials, as well as sales and technical support during the installation and design of a project.


FIBARO started from its founder and CEO’s desire to live safely and more comfortably. Maciej Fiedler was designing his own home and was looking for a way to remotely manage its security, lighting and heating.

He felt that the solutions available on the market didn’t meet his expectations as they were too expensive, impractical and complicated to install. He therefore decided to create his own solution. And, in a little over eight years, the FIBARO product range has grown to where it is today.  

Mark Taylor, Invision’s Commercial Director, says, “We are very excited to have FIBARO as a partner. Their comprehensive range of smart home products deliver the future, today. Coupled with Invision’s value added services and FIBARO’s professional training programme our customers are sure to be delighted by our latest partnership.”

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