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Identify who's in a room by phones and wearables without compromising people's privacy.



The initial enthusiasm for my smart home was quickly replaced by the understanding that controlling lights, shutters, air conditioning and other devices by touch screens and voice assistants is much slower and more cumbersome than classic switches and remotes.

The First Smart Home AI

roomme upgrades existing smart homes with an artificial intelligence that makes autonomous automation decisions based on who's present.

People walk into rooms, and room devices automatically adjust to their liking, it's like magic.

roomme works with webhooks and IFTTT to trigger smart homes to run specific automations when specific people enter a room, while considering if other people are already in the room.

People leave rooms and room devices automatically turn off, for real energy saving.

roomme can also trigger smart homes to run a specific automation that turns off certain devices in a room when the last person leaves a room, for effortless energy saving.

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roomme enables locating people indoors, in real time.

The most common use of real time location systems is locating co-workers for better collaboration and performance.

roomme enables automatic turn off of devices in empty rooms.

roomme can trigger automation systems and network connected devices to turn off when the last person leaves a room to reduce energy costs.

roomme monitors for unauthorized entry to restricted locations.

roomme can be defined with a list of authorized people for a room, and configured to trigger an alert when an entry by an unauthorized person is detected.

The first real time location system that small and medium businesses can afford.

roomme enables automatic recording of employees' entry and leave times.

roomme has a local and cloud API that can push employees' entry and leave events to external salary systems in real time, for a fully automated, super accurate time clock recording, based on actual presence.

"In the future, machine learning may help a smart home to better understand people’s intent and to fully take actions that anticipate people’s needs. Today, roomme takes us a step closer to that goal."

When I could not find a sensor to recognize who's in a room, I had to develop it. This is the story of Intellithings.

Oren Kotlicki, Founder of Intellithings

To make the investment in a smart home worthwhile, I had to find a way to have my smart home recognize who is in a room, and make it personalize rooms automatically, based on who's present.

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