Home Automation

HomeGenie – programmable, home automation server

HomeGenie is an open source, programmable, home automation server for smart connected devices and applications.

HomeGenie can interface to various devices such as X10, Insteon, Z-Wave, Philips Hue, UPnP/DLNA, RFXCom, KNX, communicate with external web services and integrate all of this into a common automation enviroment.

With a modern built-in web user interface, HomeGenie can be enjoyed from any PC, smartphone or tablet.

Features include:

  • DLNA/UPnP Control Point.
  • Lighting Control and Scenarios.
  • IR/RF Remotes and Voice Control.
  • Energy Monitor and Statistics.
  • Basic alarm.
  • X10 driver for Marmitek ActiveHome CM11, CM15 Pro and W800RF32.
  • Z-Wave driver for any Zensys compatible usb key (Aeon Labs Z-Stick) and RaZberry.
  • Insteon PLM 2413S/2413U, RFXCom, LightwaveRF.
  • KNX, Philips Hue Bridge, Infrared remote control, UPnP and more…
  • Integrated Web Server frontend based on jQuery Mobile UI.
  • Control remotely from any PC, Tablet and Smartphone.
  • Consumption/usage statistics and realtime kW counter.
  • Simulated Meter report for devices not supporting it (even for X10 ones).
  • Programmable Events and Macros.
  • C#, JavaScript, Ruby and Python scripting + Arduino programming.
  • IoT ready! Integrated Program and Widget editor with a powerful API/SDK.
  • Service clustering via events forwarding and MQTT.
  • Installs and runs everywhere: Windows, Linux, Mac.
  • Suitable for running on embedded systems such as Raspberry Pi.

Website: www.homegenie.it
Support: Wiki, GitHub
Developer: G-Labs
License: GNU General Public License v3.0

HomeGenie is written in JavaScript. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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