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Bluetooth-Based Occupancy Sensor RoomMe Now Supports Siri Shortcuts

Bluetooth-Based mostly Occupancy Sensor RoomMe Now Helps Siri Shortcuts

Intellithings immediately introduced that its Bluetooth-based good dwelling occupancy sensor RoomMe now helps Siri Shortcuts.


RoomMe, efficiently funded on Indiegogo in 2017, leverages the distinctive Bluetooth signature of an individual’s smartphone or smartwatch to establish who that individual is and which room they’re in, and robotically regulate settings corresponding to temperature, lighting, music, and extra to that individual’s preferences.

Now, RoomMe customers can create a Siri Shortcut to manually execute “charms” on demand. This offers customers the flexibleness to make the most of their pre-defined room settings with out strolling into that room. Intellithings has supplied directions on the right way to allow Siri integration with RoomMe in its FAQ beneath Voice Assistants.

RoomMe sensors are $69 every, with discounted pricing accessible for bundles of two or extra sensors. Siri Shortcuts performance requires model 1.5.zero of the RoomMe app, launched yesterday.

RoomMe can be appropriate with HomeKit.

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6 hours in the past at 12:48 pm
They are saying “good watches” but it surely’s not working with Apple Watch is it?

Edit: “At the moment, solely Samsung good watches operating Tizen OS v4.zero and up are supported.”

Yeah thought so. Except room occpuancy goes to work with my Apple Watch it is a no go – and why they have not enabled the Apple Watch to sense their very personal iBeacons i am going to by no means know. I’ve obtained sufficient battery life for 2 days, give me the choice!

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