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  • Wow ! A better mousetrap... when it involves motion detectors

    This is one way to look at whole house motion detection https://www.xandem.com/
    Stuart

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    Originally posted by Stuart View Post
    This is one way to look at whole house motion detection https://www.xandem.com/
    Stuart
    I’ve seen companies researching this idea, glad to see someone’s accomplished it. Looks like the motion detection is still in development though. Unless I’m misunderstanding the cost, a system for my house would be over $2,000!


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    • #3
      Originally posted by Stuart View Post
      This is one way to look at whole house motion detection https://www.xandem.com/
      Stuart
      Would be even better if they fulfill this promise as noted here : https://www.automatedhome.co.uk/hard...mart-home.html for internal plugs and / or add mqtt.




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      • #4
        There's also Aura and Radiomaze. Probably others as well.
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        • #5
          Could be very interesting if it's accurate enough. Would get even better if every creature, including pets, could be individually tracked.

          Xandem seems expensive and not very accurate (5-10 feet) with 10 nodes per 1500 square feet and a gateway per floor, but at least it has an open API (beta) and can be run locally.

          Aura Home by Cognitive systems needs way less beacons (1-3 for 1500/2000/2500 square feet). Couldn't find anything about accuracy, nor API. Seems app/cloud only.

          Radiomaze seems limited to security purposes and runs on some Wi-Fi routers.

          Another one I found is Origin Wireless, which claims 1-2cm accuracy. They seem to develop 2 systems, one runs on Wi-Fi routers, the other uses a pair of Smart Radio. It seems the latter would be most accurate (I read Wi-Fi can't give that level of accuracy elsewhere).

          This is very interesting, I think: http://witrack.csail.mit.edu/
          Check the video.

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