ROOM LEVEL PERSON IDENTIFICATION
BY SMART PHONES AND WATCHES
BASED ON PATENTED TECHNOLOGY
Our patented solution consists of a mobile app and a wireless ceiling mount room sensor to provide accurate room location of specific people and enable intelligent living experiences at home and out of home.
> IDENTITY-BASED PERSONALIZATION
> TOUCH AND VOICE FREE CONTROL
> PERSON SPECIFIC OCCUPANCY REPORTING
SMART LIVING EXPERIENCES
Built upon our patented specific person location identification technology, RoomMe, a consumer product available right now for purchase, brings the personalized, touch and voice-free automation experience consumers expect from their smart home.
In addition, RoomMe enables consumers to get event-driven and on-demand occupancy reports for enhanced peace of mind, enabling easy child and aging in-place parents monitoring and advanced false alarm prevention.
TOUCH FREE DEVICE CONTROL AT TIMES OF GLOBAL PANDEMIC
A person walks into a room at work and lights, thermostats, coffee machines and other devices set themselves to that person's preferred settings, or let that person control them from his personal smart phone.
Our technology enables touch free automation and control of devices to enable the safe environment people expect when out of home.
Our technology enables your product or service to make intelligent decisions based on the identification of specific-people room location. Here are some examples:
Alarm systems can disable arming if people are identified in zones which are about to become active when the system is armed.
Devices can automatically set to energy saving mode when no one is in the room.
TV Providers can learn the preferences of specific people when they are alone or with other specific people, without a need for manual profile selection.
WITHOUT PRIVACY VIOLATION
NO AUDIO, IMAGE, VIDEO OR BIOMETRICS
Our technology identifies specific person room location, without knowing anything about that person.
It assumes that people are where their smart phone or smart watch is, and it cannot identify any person who isn't enrolled to the system.
Indoor location systems that require people to carry special purpose tags belong to the past. Smartphones and smart watches became the personal devices that everyone takes everywhere they go, out of home and at home.