How Does RoomMe’s Sensors Make Your Home “Smart”?
Intellithings, an Israel-based startup, came up with a product, RoomMe…
…a personal location sensor (PLS) that can identify you when you enter a room and trigger a bunch of your smart home devices to do stuff based on your personal preferences.
After years of designing and manufacturing, it is finally ready to ship. Besides giving the users the ability to personalize each room of their home, it also customizes based on every individual living in the house. The company has patented Presence Sensing Technology which will identify the person and adjust the settings accordingly. They say that identification is not done via biometrics and doesn’t require the internet either.
Instead of using the usual device sensors on devices and using that to offer functionality, RoomMe uses a personal location sensor which lets it identify who the person is in a specific room. With connected devices now having the ability to correctly identify one’s presence in a room, it can bring about much growth. While it may seem as if the setup is a bit complex, it is really not. Since it doesn’t work based on time-based programming or motion sensors, but instead by identifying the individual, setup is not messy. Currently, it can identify up to 16 different members. For best results, the company advises using a minimum of two sensors, but it will also depend on the size of your home.
Check Out The Top 12 Smart Devices To Build A Smarter Home!
Be The Superhero Of Your Smart Home
You can teach an old 🏡 new tricks with smart devices. Whether your house is one or one hundred years old it can be a smart home. Sign up today to see the top 12 smart devices to build your smarter home. 🙂 Are you more interested in a Google smart home or an Amazon smart home? Let us know above.