Disclaimer: I'm French (from France) and lived for several years in Québec.
Yes, the word you want is "domotique". "domo" from latin domus, means home. Thus "domotique" is electronics that make your home building programmable.
The "--tique" suffix is more interesting. We call "Informatique" what the anglos call "computer science." If I wasn't French, I would most likely be pragmatic enough to concede that "computer science" is really the better term, because it explicitly says everything there is to say. But I'm a snobbish bastard froggie, so I will just huff instead.
But "informatiks" was invented by Germans... and we both got logistics and robotics. Ten minutes of googling is enough to learn how to build a nuke, yet for the life of me it wasn't enough to figure out where the "-ics" suffix comes from... And, well, there's electro-nics.
So I went to dictionary.com and hit the -ic suffix:
a suffix forming adjectives from other parts of speech, occurring originally in Greek and Latin loanwords ( metallic; poetic; archaic; public) and, on this model, used as an adjective-forming suffix with the particular senses “having some characteristics of” (opposed to the simple attributive use of the base noun) ( balletic; sophomoric); “in the style of” ( Byronic; Miltonic); “pertaining to a family of peoples or languages” ( Finnic; Semitic; Turkic).
In fact I'm so informed I still have no idea why it's called "domotique" but at least I tried.