The first Thread-enabled motion sensor gives us a glimpse of just how good a smart home can be
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A smart home without sensors or automation is essentially a remote-controlled home. Turning on a light using your voice or an app isn?t much easier than flicking the light?s switch (sometimes it?s harder). Smart means that the lights come on when you enter the room.But when you go inside, they please do not With it on, it?s even worse. This common smart home frustration is Eve Motion Sensor ($39.99)has a shiny new Thread protocol and promises to be fixed.
Thread is a mesh network protocol Designed for the smart home. It claims to be faster, more reliable, and more energy efficient than the current smart home protocols that most sensors run on, such as Bluetooth LE, Zigbee, and Z-Wave. (Don?t buy a Wi-Fi motion sensor, it?s bad.) All of these protocols have mesh components, but Thread?s selling point is that it has no single point of failure in the form of a single hub or bridge. is. You need to connect to your device.