Those are wired devices, not RF devices. (RJ45) They all run a wire to the “port” device. The port devices have Wi-Fi and ethernet capability in order to join your LAN, but the sensors do not.
mPorts and Sensors There are two mPortTM models available for connecting devices to the mFi network. The mPort has two mFi RJ45 connectors and a terminal block connector. The mPort Serial features RS232/422/485
serial connectivity through a standard DB9 serial port or
a terminal block connector. Both have built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet to connect to the IP network. Ubiquiti offers a variety of motion, temperature, current, and door sensors to connect to the mPort and your mFi network. These sensors connect to the mPort using a standard RJ45 cable, except for the mFi-DS, which connects using a terminal block connector.
The mPort device in turn is managed By software running on a laptop.
So…You can’t use anything directly with the smartthings hub. You might be able to capture signal directly from the wired devices using something like Konnected. @heythisisnate might have more comments on that.
Otherwise you would have to look for some sort of integration through the controller software. I didn’t see anything at first glance, but I didn’t look very deep into it.