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Home Assistant - Home automation platform running on Python 3

  •    Python

Home Assistant is a home automation platform running on Python 3. It is able to track and control all devices at home and offer a platform for automating control. Home Assistant allows you to control all your devices without storing any of your data in the cloud. We like to keep your privacy private.

smart-mirror - The fairest of them all. A DIY voice controlled smart mirror with IoT integration.

  •    Javascript

A voice controlled life automation hub, most commonly powered by the Raspberry Pi. A live chat to get help and discuss mirror related issues: https://discord.gg/EMb4ynW. Usually there are a few folks hanging around in the lobby, but if there arent you are probably better off filing an issue.

miio - Control Mi Home devices, such as Mi Robot Vacuums, Mi Air Purifiers, Mi Smart Home Gateway (Aqara) and more

  •    Javascript

Control Mi Home devices that implement the miIO protocol, such as the Mi Air Purifier, Mi Robot Vacuum and Mi Smart Socket. These devices are commonly part of what Xiaomi calls the Mi Ecosystem which is branded as MiJia. miio is MIT-licensed and requires at least Node 6.6.0. As the API is promise-based Node 8 is recommended which provides support async and await that greatly simplifies asynchronous handling.




kalliope - Kalliope is a framework that will help you to create your own personal assistant.

  •    Python

Kalliope is a framework that will help you to create your own personal assistant. The concept is to create the brain of your assistant by attaching an input signal (vocal order, scheduled event, MQTT message, GPIO event, etc..) to one or multiple actions called neurons.

Home-Assistant-Config - Home Assistant Configuration & Documentation for my Smart House.

  •    HTML

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ha-floorplan - Floorplan for Home Assistant

  •    HTML

Out of the box, the Home Assistant front end provides a great way of viewing and interacting with your entities. This project builds on top of that, allowing you to extend the user interface by adding your own visuals. Despite its title, Floorplan for Home Assistant can be used as a general purpose user interface for just about anything you want to present in a visual way.

iOS - :iphone: Home Assistant for Apple platforms

  •    Swift

Once this completes, you can launch HomeAssistant.xcworkspace and run the App-Debug scheme onto your simulator or iOS device. Although the app is set up to use Automatic provisioning for Debug builds, you'll need to customize a few of the options. This is because the app makes heavy use of entitlements that require code signing, even for simulator builds.

supervisor - :house_with_garden: Home Assistant Supervisor

  •    Python

Home Assistant (former Hass.io) is a container-based system for managing your Home Assistant Core installation and related applications. The system is controlled via Home Assistant which communicates with the Supervisor. The Supervisor provides an API to manage the installation. This includes changing network settings or installing and updating software. Installation instructions can be found at https://home-assistant.io/getting-started.

deconz-rest-plugin - deCONZ REST-API plugin to control ZigBee devices

  •    C++

The deCONZ REST plugin provides a REST-API to access Zigbee 3.0 (Z30), Zigbee Home Automation (ZHA) and Zigbee Light Link (ZLL) lights, switches and sensors from Xiaomi Aqara, IKEA TRÅDFRI, Philips Hue, innr, Samsung and many more vendors. A list of supported Zigbee devices can be found on the Supported Devices page.

android - :iphone: Home Assistant Companion for Android

  •    Kotlin

If you are looking for documentation around the companion applications check out the Home Assistant Companion Documentation. This will provide you instructions on using the applications. Now download the google-services.json file and put it in the home-assistant-Android/app folder. This file contains the configuration of the whole project (all the four applications).

frontend - :lollipop: Frontend for Home Assistant

  •    TypeScript

This is the repository for the official Home Assistant frontend. A complete guide can be found at the following link. It describes a short guide for the build of project.

OpenRemote

  •    Java

OpenRemote is an open source project, started back in 2009, with the ambition to overcome the challenges of integration between many different protocols and solutions available for home automation, and offer visualization tools. The challenge has only become bigger and expanded beyond home automation into several other application domains, ranging from building integration, to healthcare, hospitality, entertainment, and public spaces.

Home Assistant - Home Automation that puts local control and privacy first

  •    Python

Open source home automation that puts local control and privacy first. Powered by a worldwide community of tinkerers and DIY enthusiasts. Perfect to run on a Raspberry Pi or a local server. Home Assistant integrates with over a thousand different devices and services. Once started, Home Assistant will automatically scan your network for known devices and allow you to easily set them up.

Domoticz - Home Automation System

  •    C

Domoticz is a Home Automation System that lets you monitor and configure various devices like: Lights, Switches, various sensors/meters like Temperature, Rain, Wind, UV, Electra, Gas, Water and much more. Notifications/Alerts can be sent to any mobile device.

Gladys - A privacy-first, open-source home assistant

  •    Javascript

You can try Gladys Assistant on our demo website. To get started and install Gladys Assistant, you'll find everything on our website.

OpenMotics - Home Automation Software

  •    Python

OpenMotics is an open source home automation software. It helps to personalize your home by setting a different mood for each occasion, Multi-room heating plan, Power measurement right in your fuse box, Control virtually any type of lighting, Open/close electric doors, Control electric gates, Real-time data from each sensor, Detect heavy power consumers and lot more.






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