When a user enters a room - RoomMe feeds the smart home controller with information about which user it is and whether the user has control priority over other users in the room.
When a user leaves a room - RoomMe feeds the smart home controller with information about which user has left and whether the user was the last user in the room.
If the leaving user had control priority for the room and there are other users in the room - RoomMe also tells which user now gets control priority.
YOUR SMART HOME BECOMES ACTUALLY SMART!
Make your smart home aware of who is in the room and create intelligent automations for touch-free and voice-free smart home experience.
RoomMe feeds your existing smart home controller with the presence data that enables you to configure smart, person-specific scenes that automatically trigger based on specific-people's presence.
Smart home controllers that support RoomMe's advanced presence data feeds:
RoomMe is a patented solution that brings commercial-grade smartphone-based presence detection to the home!
Smartphone-based presence detection is the most advanced non-intrusive presence detection technology in the world.
RoomMe brings this technology to the home for the first time ever, and has gained international recognition in the form of five innovation awards in the field of the smart home!
RoomMe upgrades your smart home with unmatched presence detection capabilities:
Distinction between room entry, leave and absence.
Built-in user prioritization for automatic conflict resolution.
ZERO PRIVACY RISKS!
RoomMe only identifies people that knowingly registered to the system with their smartphone.
RoomMe uses the unique Bluetooth ID of registered smartphones to identify their owner's presence. No personal data about the owner itself is entered.
RoomMe is an all-local solution and does not rely on internet connectivity. Presence detection is made by the sensors and communicated locally, over Bluetooth, to the RoomMe app.
Location data is not shared with cloud based partner systems unless specifically enabled and authorized by the system admin.
RoomMe identifies specific-people presence without knowing anything about the identified people.
Based on technology from the 80s, motion sensors were designed for burglary detection. To make them detect presence (continuous motion), they were made highly sensitive. This change had a cost attached to it:
Motion sensors trigger for just about anything that's moving. It can be you, your dog or the window's curtain.
When you're in the room but not moving or when the motion sensor does not see you moving, it thinks that you are not there anymore.