Oomi adapts.

Creating automated scenes that correspond to routines in your life is a nice idea, but that is really only helpful if your life follows an identical pattern, day in and day out. This is one of the biggest problems with other home automation systems that offer pattern recognition – they assume that your life runs to an unchanging schedule. We know otherwise.

Because you don’t lead a static life, Oomi isn’t a static system. Oomi IQ, learns from you, identifying patterns in your life and making recommendations for automated schedules, but these automations aren’t firmly fixed. Instead, Oomi has been designed to be responsive, looking for real-world data input before performing automatic actions. This data can include the location of a user within the home or outside of it, data provided by Oomi’s accessories such as a room presence and door lock status, as well as API derived data such as weather and environmental factors.

Oomi’s Adaptive Intelligence uses these cues from real-time data points to adjust to you and how you live. For example, Oomi might know you wake up each morning for work at 8, but it also knows that today a traffic jam will prevent you from arriving on time. Not only will it wake you 15 minutes earlier, but all the elements or the morning routine will be adjusted to the altered schedule. The heat will turn on so you’re not cold when you get out of bed, lights will illuminate accordingly, curtains will be opened or drawn as necessary.

Oomi is the first home management system that uses learning, intelligence, and simple actions to create a system that really approaches smart home management in the right way.

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