So 3+ years after I came to Smartthings after Iris booted us to the curb, Samsung is booting me to the curb. I have opted for a a platform that can stand on its own, thus I am gone, I have moved all of my Zwave, and Zigbee stuff over to Hubitat. I had one failure that appears hardware related and that is my KOF ceiling fan controller in the kitchen. I will be working with Zooz / Thesmartesthouse.com to find a ceiling fan / light control solution.
I am still waiting for fresh batteries to arrive from Amazon, they are running late, so I have 3 sensors that have yet to be paired by not a big deal. The zones are covered by other sensors / cams.
I was so close to being done with my system under Smartthings. It’s a pity that Samsung felt they couldn’t make a profit on this platform. It does go to show that this is one of those circumstances where local processing / embedded data processing provides a superior product at a competitive price.
I think Samsung was betting on more pass through revenue from ADT and others when their partners turned tail.
So enjoy, good luck, and come on over for those of you interested in Hubitat. A bit of a learning curve, but not bad. My biggest issue was getting Zwave exclusions from ST to work properly…