Automation Made Simple
As part of our coverage of CEDIA Expo 2019, Matt Scott talks to Avi Rosenthal from Intellithings in the Z-Wave pavilion about their new device called RoomMe.
RoomMe is a sensor that is able to distinguish different persons in the room. This is accomplished by monitoring the bluetooth device of the user. Through this distinction, it is able to discern priority for those with access to room and home control. This data is stored entirely locally, ensuring no cloud access so that your data is secured and private.
Intellithings was established in 2014 by former owners of Visonic. They develop personalized automation systems for residential spaces. More information about Intellithings, RoomMe, and their other products can be found on their website.
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