Here in Scandinavia were are used to nexa as wireless switches and so on, but never heard about anyone who has connected it to a “smart home” let alone smartthings, but they are now releasing a hub, which they say will be connected through z-wave, what do you think about integration trough smartthings?
"Nexa Bridge lets you combine products from System Nexa (433,92MHz), smoke detectors from Nexa Fire & Safety (868MHz) and products with Z-wave (868,42 MHz), to make a smarter home and a wireless installation.
Scenarios can be created and activated via sensors, timers or sunrise and sunset, or manually via your smartphone, tablet or PC.
Z-wave creates a mesh network that provides an extended range and you can always see the current status of your sensors and receivers directly in the app.
Apps are available for iOS and Android, and an API is available for selected developers."
Could probably use Google translate on the site…