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March 7, 2014 AT 8:00 am

Working with the Rule Engine in a RasPi-Based Home Automation Python Project #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Javier Pardo Blasco shares his domotic (Domestic Robot) deployment scheme in his home, and how it functions:

Let me introduce you the domotic deployment I have at my home. It’s based on the Home Automation Python Project.

The central govern of the project is running on a Raspberry PI Model B. It has all the needed software installed and running. The software publishes every web UI needed to manage the domotic of my house.

It has a running daemon that every 20secs(configurable) evaluates the thermostat context and takes the decision of the state of the heater. The decision is based on the rules configured in the rule engine that the Home Automation Python Project provides….

Rules can control the thermostat but also the state of every domotic device. At the moment of writing this, the rules can depend on the hour of the day, if its at night or not, the day of the week, etc. But any other conditional can be develop, as the project is open source….

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