Homeone Community Powered Home Automation System (video) – Geeky Gadgets

Homeone Community Powered Home Automation System

Michaela Fenner has this week launched Kickstarter campaign to raise $300,000 to help take her next generation artificial intelligence and community powered home automation system into production.

The new home automation ecosystem has been created to provide an easy yet comprehensive way of combining your appliances together and being able to control them to carry out your commands with ease.

Watch the video below to learn more about the Homeone home automation system which is now available to back with pledges starting from $290.

The developers of Homeone explaining more about what you can expect from the home automation system.

Take control of your home with Homeone. Meet the easy and intelligent home automation ecosystem that allows you to control your home the way you want from anywhere. Homeone is a home automation ecosystem with all-in-one devices and a next generation home automation software.

It all starts with HomeBridge. The HomeBridge is the system’s hub. It pairs your Homeone devices with a single tap and manages them wirelessly throughout your home while connected over ethernet to your router for reliable, always-on internet secure connection . Homeone requires at least one HomeBridge to access all functionality.

Plug your devices. Tap a button. Done. – That’s true plug-n-play. Our devices will talk to each other and pair themselves. Tap accept and you’re ready to go. Reliable and real-time connection – Using WebSocket technology, we provide realtime and high grade security connection to the Homeone Cloud. It supports realtime data acquisition and in matter of miliseconds displays your devices in the app with almost zero device latency.

For more information on the new Homeone jump over to the Kickstarter website for details by following the link below.

Source: Kickstarter


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