I have for a long time explored the possibility of creating a wall tablet for my Futurehome Homeautomation controller. There are multiple installations out there where people have them attached on the wall with a universal mounting bracket. Many of these setups do not look very good in my mind. The next step is to use a proper wall mount which you build in to the wall, for me this was still a big step to take, so I wanted something in between. I had a Nexus 7 Android tablet laying around and I found out that it would fit nicely in to a IKEA Mossebo Picture frame, with a little bit of modification of course. A fun DIY project everyone can be able to perform in their garage :)
I have worked within the oil and gas industry since 2003. I started out as an ROV pilot offshore and as time progressed I ended up onshore within the same industry. As most of you may know the industry is going through a change at the moment. Change is good, but the transition period may not be.
locks for the Scandinavian marked has not been the best when compared to other countries of the world. The smart lock for my front door has been a missing item in my goal to reach total control. This post will cover some of my experiences. I will in particular cover the Norwegian Smart Lock IDLock and also how it plays in a Fibaro smart home system.
Forleden dag hadde jeg besøk av Future Home. Grunnet initiativet med Facebook gruppen Smarthus Norge tok Future home kontakt for de ville se litt på Ring doorbell som jeg har skrevet om her. De ville samtidig gi meg en liten introduksjon på hva Futurhome er og hva de leverer. Foruten interessen av smarthus har jeg ingen kommersiell tilknytning til selskapet. Siden Future Home er et norskt selskap tenkte jeg at tiden var inne for det første innlegget på norsk på veldig lang tid.
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