This page contains only irrelevant and unhelpful information about Home Assistant. If you are going to prepare a talk about Home Assistant, perhaps some information mentioned here can be used for the intro.
Isn’t it obvious? Home Assistant is the good soul that is assisting you in your home. It’s common to refer to Home Assistant simply as HA or
hass (not to be confused with the German word “Hass”, it’s more like the abbreviation of Home Assistant Server Service).
hass is also the name of the command-line part.
The website https://www.home-assistant.io was launched on December 18, 2014 and contains documentation about the setup process, the platforms and integrations, and for the developers.
Home Assistant is open source software and available under the Apache 2.0 license.
- End of 2020, Home Assistant Blue was launched. The first dedicated smart home hub for Home Assistant. This limited edition is based on an ODROID and known for its blue aluminum case.
- In September 2021, Home Assistant Yellow was launched. This extendable smart home hub is a custom, open-source design powered by a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4. Home Assistant Yellow supports both Zigbee and Thread.
- End of 2022, Home Assistant SkyConnect was launched: a USB dongle that provides Zigbee and Thread network support for hubs that do not have this built-in.
This sections just contains some random numbers of the Home Assistant eco-system. Sorry, only the main repository counts.
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