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MagicMirror - MagicMirror² is an open source modular smart mirror platform

  •    Javascript

MagicMirror² is an open source modular smart mirror platform. With a growing list of installable modules, the MagicMirror² allows you to convert your hallway or bathroom mirror into your personal assistant. MagicMirror² is built by the creator of the original MagicMirror with the incredible help of a growing community of contributors. Note that you will need to install the lastest full version of Raspbian, don't use the Lite version.

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.

tuya-convert - A collection of scripts to flash Tuya IoT devices to alternative firmwares

  •    Python

A Chinese company named Tuya offers a free-to-brand turnkey smart home solution to anyone. Using their offer is dead-simple, since everything can be done by clicking through the Tuya web page, from choosing your pre-designed products or pre-programmed wifi-modules (mostly ESP8266) to building your own app. In the end, this has resulted in as they claim over 11 000 devices 'made' by over 10 000 vendors using Tuyas firmware and cloud services. In the following days, VTRUST and the German tech magazine c't decided to work together. Since reflashing devices using the ESP8266/85 is widespread among DIY smart home enthusiasts, we wanted to provide an easy way for everyone to free their devices from the cloud without the need for a soldering iron.




project_alias - Alias is a teachable “parasite” that is designed to give users more control over their smart assistants, both when it comes to customisation and privacy

  •    Python

The Alias software can be flashed onto a micro SD card, for a fast and easy setup. Make sure the respeaker hat is attached to the Raspberry Pi. We recommend to use the Easy Setup but if you wish to install the project from scratch use the Manual Install instructions.

awesome-mqtt - A curated list of MQTT related stuff. :sparkles:

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A curated list of MQTT related stuff. MQTT is a lightweight client-server publish/subscribe messaging protocol, optimized for high-latency or unreliable networks. This protocol is a good choice for Internet of Things applications, Telemetry, Sensor Networks, Smart Metering, Home Automation, Messaging and Notification Services.

awesome-home-assistant - A curated list of amazingly awesome Home Assistant resources.

  •    Shell

Home Assistant is an 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. Awesome Home Assistant is a curated list of awesome Home Assistant resources. Additional software, tutorials, custom components, Hassio add-ons, custom Lovelace panels, cookbooks, example setups, and much more.


homebridge-raspbian-image - Official Homebridge Raspberry Pi Image based on Raspbian Lite.

  •    Shell

This project provides a free Raspbian based Raspberry Pi image with Homebridge and Homebridge Config UI X pre-installed. This image also provides a command called hb-config which helps you keep Node.js up-to-date, perform maintenance on your Homebridge server, and install additional optional software such as Pi Hole, deCONZ, Node-RED and the UniFI Controller.

find-lf - Track the location of every Wi-Fi device (:iphone:) in your house using Raspberry Pis and FIND

  •    Go

This is a extension of FIND, the Framework for Internal Navigation and Discovery, which is based on the idea of Lucius Fox's sonar system in The Dark Knight that is used to track cellphones.The system uses a network of Raspberry Pis which sniff the WiFi probe requests from WiFi-enabled devices and sends these parcels to a central server which compiles and forwards the fingerprint to the FIND server which then uses machine learning to classify the location based on the unique WiFi fingerprints.

ioBroker - Automate your life!

  •    Javascript

ioBroker is an integration platform for the Internet of Things, focused on Building Automation, Smart Metering, Ambient Assisted Living, Process Automation, Visualization and Data Logging. It like a software f.e. fhem, OpenHAB or the thing system. ioBroker is not just an application, it's more of a a concept, a database schema, and offers a very easy way for systems to interoperate. ioBroker defines some common rules for a pair of databases used to exchange data and publish events between different systems.

HomeController

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A Home Automation project to interact with INSTEON devices, the idea is to have a web service accessible from multiple devices (apps) to turn on/off lights, appliances etc in a home powered by INSTEON hardware.

openhab-android - openHAB client for Android

  •    Java

This app is a native client for openHAB which allows easy access to your sitemaps. Beta builds are distributed via GitHub and F-Droid. Those builds can be installed alongside the stable version.

SmartIR - Integration for Home Assistant to control climate, TV and fan devices via IR/RF controllers (Broadlink, Xiaomi, MQTT)

  •    Python

SmartIR is a custom Home Assistant component for controlling AC units, TV sets and fans via Infrared and RF controllers. An IR or RF controller such as Broadlink is required.

steve - SteVe - OCPP server implementation in Java

  •    Java

SteVe was developed at the RWTH Aachen University and means Steckdosenverwaltung, namely socket administration in German. The aim of SteVe is to support the deployment and popularity of electric mobility, so it is easy to install and to use. SteVe provides basic functions for the administration of charge points, user data, and RFID cards for user authentication and was tested successfully in operation. SteVe is considered as an open platform to implement, test and evaluate novel ideas for electric mobility, like authentication protocols, reservation mechanisms for charge points, and business models for electric mobility. SteVe is distributed under GPL and is free to use. If you are going to deploy SteVe we are happy to see the logo on a charge point.

Basecamp - An Arduino library to ease the use of the ESP32 in IoT projects

  •    C++

Basecamp - ESP32 library to simplify the basics of IoT projects Originally written by Merlin Schumacher (mls@ct.de) for c't magazin für computer technik Licensed under GPLv3. See LICENSE for details. Exhaustive documentation will provided in the next few weeks. An example can be found inside the example folder.

homebridge-roomba - Roomba plugin for Homebridge

  •    Javascript

Roomba plugin for Homebridge. Tested with a Roomba 960 but is expected to work with the entire 900 series. Add your Roomba to ~/.homebridge/config.json as shown below. Continue reading for information on fiding the blid, robotpwd and asset ID.

awesome-smarthome - Curated list of awesome SmartHome/Home Automation things (open and leaving users in control)

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Complete, self-hosted home automation systems with frontend, suitable for end users. At least a year in active development, at least 200 commits, at least 200 stars. Was a $300 hub, offering a "lifetime subscription".

switchmate - A python-based command line utility for controlling Switchmate switches

  •    Python

A python-based command line utility for controlling Switchmate switches. Note: Newer Switchmate devices/firmwares do not require authentication. Use "none" instead of an auth key to switch your device on and off.

asysbus - Arduino System Bus

  •    C++

aSysBus is hard- and software to build a network of arduino nodes using a CAN-bus or other interfaces. Is was build as a replacement for iSysBus(DE), which used native AVR code and a java based configuration framework instead of Arduino. It is mostly used for home automation and other control communication. Take a look around the wiki to learn more about the protocol, the included examples should help to get you started. If you speak german there are several videos over at YouTube.






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