SunDialer has created and introduced a new Raspberry Pi powered smart hub and Sundial which has been specifically created for the Internet of Things and offers an easy way to create systems that require home automation or control lighting.
Check out the video below to learn more about the Internet of Things smart herb which is looking to raise $273,000 over the next 31 days via Kickstarter, and is now available to back with pledges for early bird backers starting from $199.
The developers of Sundial and IoT 3.0 Smart Hub explain a little more about the inspiration, development and functionality of their new Internet of Things hardware that is supported by Mac OS X, Windows, Chrome and Linux.
SunDialer LLC Makes the World’s First Electronic SunDial, a fully autonomous, IoT 3.0 smart hub that connects and works with your existing Internet of Things. Simply, securely, reliably and on time. The SunDialer LLC goal was to create an AI based home automation hub that is simply secure, reliable and on time. SunDialer LLC replaces your unreliable home automation hub, works great with your Philips Hue Lights, Bridges, Insteon Bridges and optionally with your Z- Wave switches and sensors.
The SunDialer LLC team has accomplished this through superior design, solid architecture and ultra reliable engineering throughout our hardware, software and business process model. We’ve kept everything simple, using only high quality parts that are readily available at an affordable price. No Cloud Service and No Internet Required. We’ve finished the prototype hardware and software design and now we are working on finishing up the user interface and quality assurance testing, for both the hardware and software, for delivery in December of 2016, simply, reliably and on time.
For more details on the world’s first electronic Sundial jump over to the Kickstarter crowdfunding website via the link below. If you enjoy building Pi projects you might be interested in our comprehensive list of Raspberry Pi displays, HATS and small screens. If you are interested in creating Internet of Things projects or require a smart home hub you might be interested in our home automation hubs and system guide.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Hardware, Top News