Thanks @tmleafs for responding. I’m not quite sure you understood what I was after however.
With webCore I can set up triggers on standard attributes, e.g. currentPlace so that when a sensors current geofenced location changes a piston can fire automatically.
Unfortunately it seems that this DTH uses address1 to hold the current geofence in which a sensor is located, which I can’t set a trigger on. Is there any way of replicating the address1 value into a currentPlace attribute or am I missing something?
I realise this is a very webcore specific question…i’m not sure if the expected ‘standard’ attributes for a given devicetype are a webcore or a smartthings thing