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"Brilliant" addition for CQC
#1
Came across this recently and I think this is a great idea for every room as long as we can integrate it with CQC

[Image: brilliant_control_sonos_honeywell_examples.png?w=738]

https://www.brilliant.tech/

http://www.pcmag.com/news/351620/brillia...or-smart-h
https://techcrunch.com/2017/02/08/brilli...e-devices/

From what I can tell its a touch screen, motion sensor has alexa built in and fits in the place of a standard light switch.

Hopefully we can get some sort of integration worked out as I think this is the room solution I have been looking for.  The only way it could be better is if it had physical buttons on it as well.
Mykel Koblenz
Illawarra Smart Home
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#2
I saw that I think I'll wait until it's not caporware to get my hopes up
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#3
Yeh, a lot of ifs there.
Dean Roddey
Software Geek Extraordinaire
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#4
Decent looking form factor. I'd like a way of getting IV at the entrance to most rooms in a single gang box. Something with user presence detection to light up the display when someone is standing in front of it. Also while the screen is off it still acts as the light switch for a lighting scene in the applicable room. Allowing it to replace a light switch and provides small form factor IV for every major room. And it has to look the part.

Just dreaming.. Happens a lot around here.
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#5
It would have to have some way to run a client. Given that's almost certainly not Windows based, it would have to be able to run a browser based client, or some client would have to be written for whatever OS and environment it uses, and of course it would have to allow for such things to be installed.
Dean Roddey
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#6
Or a API to work with a driver. Not the best solution, their own interface with CQC as the back end hub. Would rather a CQC IV there.
Mykel Koblenz
Illawarra Smart Home
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#7
Yeh, if they have some means to allow it to send out commands that could be reacted to.
Dean Roddey
Software Geek Extraordinaire
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#8
This is there reply regarding an API

"We will have an API, although it is primarily used for integration with IFTTT and products like SmartThings. It will control the lights. "
Mykel Koblenz
Illawarra Smart Home
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#9
This just won CEPro Whole-House Control Product of the Year. Very interesting concept.
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