Another item that carries a lot of liability and difficulty playing around with? Elevators. SUPER regulated.
I suppose you’re going to blame this for the delay in the release of the SmartThings Elevator then aren’t you? That was really the most important part of my home automation setup.
We’re currently taking steps to look into them and I’ll say there a major legal requirements to meet.
Have you looked at this first alert at all? From what others have said the Hub can at least see this devices but I not sure what, if anything, ST can do with it. I think I mentioned it earlier in this thread but what I’d like to see is:
A. for the Hub to know when the detector is going off because of smoke or CO2. I’d like to have an app that Turns on all my lights to make it easier to see to get out of the house and to send a text message in case I’m away from home when it happens.
B. for the Hub to be able to turn the siren in the detector on/off. If I’ve got a connected siren I’d love to be able to use it for things other than just if smoke/CO2 is detected. (For example, if the house is broken into or a water leak is detected or even as an alarm clock for really important times I have to get up early.)