Imagine walking through a home as devices automatically set based-on people preferences.
It's like magic!
Smart Home that Identifies People and
RoomMe enables you to create person specific scenes that automatically trigger based on who has entered the room to set room devices based on the personal preferences of that person.
The RoomMe app sets smart home devices based on personal preferences or feeds the smart home controller with room entry events that include the name of the user that entered and his / her control priority vs other users in the room, so personalized scenes can be created and triggered by the controller itself.
RoomMe controls or has drivers for the following systems:
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True Vacancy Detection
Smart Home that Saves Energy
When a user leaves a room with RoomMe sensor and enters another room with RoomMe sensor, the RoomMe sensor in the first room identifies that the specific user has left the room.
Since RoomMe knows exactly who's in the room, it also knows if the person that left was the last in the room.
RoomMe enables you to create scenes that automatically trigger when a specific person leaves the room or when the last person has left the room, to automatically set room devices to OFF or an energy saving mode.
RoomMe includes a built-in user prioritization system that solves multi-user presence conflicts.
Each RoomMe user is assigned as either a "Parent" or a "Child".
In addition, a user can be set as a "Room Master" of a room.
When a parent is in a room with a child, the parent get control priority.
When two or more parents or children are in a room, the parent that came in first gets priority, then other parents by stay time, and then children, by stay time.
Whenever a "Room Master" is in the room where he or she is defined as "Room Master", that user gets control priority regardless of being a parent or a child.
RoomMe manages control priority dynamically. As users enter and leave the room, the RoomMe app updates the smart home controller about the current user who gets control priority, allowing it to run the scene that changes room devices based on that user's preferences.