Home is where the most valuable things in life are. People, things, memories. Homey helps you to keep that special place secure.
Homey can keep your home secured in a number of ways. For starters, you can connect sensors to Homey. By combining door/window sensors with motion sensors, Homey knows exactly what is going on, and can warn you if something is out of place. Based on activity in your home and the location of your mobile phone, Homey can warn you via push notifications if anything happens when you’re not home. You can even make sure your security camera makes a snapshot via your Synology NAS.
If you want to take it to the next level, you can integrate a separate alarm system with Homey. These often include a service that actively monitors your home. Homey can automatically arm your alarm system whenever you leave home. Systems from Vison Security, Visonic, Woonveilig/eGuardia and SmartAlarm are supported, among others.
With Homey, you can be immediately notified when someone wants to enter your home. But you can also use Homey to prevent your home from even becoming a target, by pretending you are home.
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A very well-conceived concept. This single hub that connects all Smart Home devices solves a substantial problem in the Smart Home market.
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The most powerful and versatile Smart Home platform on the market. The Flow Editor, Apps and active community differentiate Homey from its competitors.
I’m really struck by the ease of combining all these different devices and programming them.