RoomMe personal location sensor adds new DIY smart home integrations
RoomMe personal location sensor adds new DIY smart home integrations
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Intellithings, the Israeli startup developing technology solutions that advance connected devices, announces the award-winning RoomMe Personal Location Sensor (PLS) is shipping. Featuring new compatibility with popular smart home systems, including HomeKit, Wink, and Sensibo, which control hundreds of Z-Wave and Zigbee devices, these new integrations join a robust list of RoomMe-compatible devices, including Philips Hue, LIFX, Ecobee, Sonos, and Bose.  

Created to make room-to-room, person-specific smart home automation a reality, RoomMe leverages Intellithings patented Presence Sensing Technology (PST) to identify the person in a room via their smartphone and then trigger personalized, room-level smart home scenes for lighting, comfort, entertainment, and more. RoomMe acts as a layer over installed devices and systems to make the smart home instantly more intelligent. 

With RoomMe, the smart home doesn’t just act based on motion, occupancy, or time-based programs, but elevates the experience with hands-free control every time a user enters an assigned room. The RoomMe smartphone app has insight into which user is in which room, automatically adjusting to trigger pre-set personal settings of that specific user. RoomMe brings a new layer of intelligence to smart homes by enabling a room-level experience for every person in the household - not just the person who set up the devices. 

“Sensors make the difference between a home that just has a few smart devices installed and truly smart home. Sensors, by name, sense what is happening. With RoomMe, we take that idea a step further: This is not a sensor that is triggered by a pet to turn on a light, but a personal location sensor that knows who is in the room and what that person wants the room to do, automatically,” says Oren Kotlicki, founder and CEO at Intellithings. “The opportunities are tremendous for truly enhancing how people live in their homes and simplifying how their connected devices automatically react to their presence in a room without the need to press a button or shout a voice command.”   

RoomMe integrations advance and usher in new levels of customization and empower homeowners to further personalize their home through an ecosystem of popular smart home hubs and devices on the market today. RoomMe can be deployed in any house or apartment now.

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