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HEY SIRI SUPPORT - Official or Hack??
#1
I know you guys integrated "Siri" API in the app - which is absolutely useless for an end user.

I hacked a lot through having an Alexa button, but I would really like to add a real siri support ("Hey siri" / Siri button on my iPhone) to be able to control my different devices. 

1. APPLE announced that you can now verify devices on a software level - this should be official Logic Machine Cloud support. When can we expect this? I would pay monthly subscription for this - no problem.

2. I thought a FIBARO single switch could act as a "hardware hack" of this button - but not sure it wouldn't work just for one device.


https://m.alza.cz/fibaro-single-switch-d...6.htm?o=37

What do you think?
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#2
I'm also interested in control with "Hey, siri".
Will it be possible soon?

Thanks
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#3
(25.04.2018, 07:28)redboss Wrote: I know you guys integrated "Siri" API in the app - which is absolutely useless for an end user.

I hacked a lot through having an Alexa button, but I would really like to add a real siri support ("Hey siri" / Siri button on my iPhone) to be able to control my different devices. 

1. APPLE announced that you can now verify devices on a software level - this should be official Logic Machine Cloud support. When can we expect this? I would pay monthly subscription for this - no problem.

2. I thought a FIBARO single switch could act as a "hardware hack" of this button - but not sure it wouldn't work just for one device.


https://m.alza.cz/fibaro-single-switch-d...6.htm?o=37

What do you think?

You can use any HAP implementation. If you are not programmer, use OpenHAB, it can do it out of box.
I'm currently using https://github.com/brutella/hc compiled right for LM and hosted in LM. It works locally and really fast.
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#4
i also like homekit support (+1)
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#5
(03.06.2019, 08:16)Bitver Wrote:
(25.04.2018, 07:28)redboss Wrote: I know you guys integrated "Siri" API in the app - which is absolutely useless for an end user.

I hacked a lot through having an Alexa button, but I would really like to add a real siri support ("Hey siri" / Siri button on my iPhone) to be able to control my different devices. 

1. APPLE announced that you can now verify devices on a software level - this should be official Logic Machine Cloud support. When can we expect this? I would pay monthly subscription for this - no problem.

2. I thought a FIBARO single switch could act as a "hardware hack" of this button - but not sure it wouldn't work just for one device.


https://m.alza.cz/fibaro-single-switch-d...6.htm?o=37

What do you think?

You can use any HAP implementation. If you are not programmer, use OpenHAB, it can do it out of box.
I'm currently using https://github.com/brutella/hc compiled right for LM and hosted in LM. It works locally and really fast.
Hi can you share compiled files ?

Thanks
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#6
+1 is there pre-compile package did by someone ?
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#7
For the "Hey Siri" part i control it with remote services on the LM enabled, works perfect!

1. Create an Shortcut in the shortcuts ios app and give it a name
2. use these url: http://remote:xxxx@LM-ipaddress/scada-remote?m=json&r=grp&fn=write&alias=KNX_ADDRESS&value=VALUE
3. you can test the url in a browser

Now the siri command is available on my apple watch, but no button. My goal is to use these knx addresses in Apples Homekit. Therefore i stumbled upon https://hoobs.org/product/hoobs-in-a-box/ where you can load an knx plugin or send http request to the LM.

Not tested with Homebridge (waiting for black friday Wink ), anybody else tested?
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#8
(22.11.2019, 14:57)RichardM Wrote: For the "Hey Siri" part i control it with remote services on the LM enabled, works perfect!

1. Create an Shortcut in the shortcuts ios app and give it a name
2. use these url: http://remote:xxxx@LM-ipaddress/scada-remote?m=json&r=grp&fn=write&alias=KNX_ADDRESS&value=VALUE
3. you can test the url in a browser

Now the siri command is available on my apple watch, but no button. My goal is to use these knx addresses in Apples Homekit. Therefore i stumbled upon https://hoobs.org/product/hoobs-in-a-box/ where you can load an knx plugin or send http request to the LM.

Not tested with Homebridge (waiting for black friday Wink ), anybody else tested?

Yes homebridge works fine, including the homebridge-knx plugin to connect with the knx world. I use it more then a year without problems.
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#9
(22.11.2019, 15:38)gjniewenhuijse Wrote:
(22.11.2019, 14:57)RichardM Wrote: For the "Hey Siri" part i control it with remote services on the LM enabled, works perfect!

1. Create an Shortcut in the shortcuts ios app and give it a name
2. use these url: http://remote:xxxx@LM-ipaddress/scada-remote?m=json&r=grp&fn=write&alias=KNX_ADDRESS&value=VALUE
3. you can test the url in a browser

Now the siri command is available on my apple watch, but no button. My goal is to use these knx addresses in Apples Homekit. Therefore i stumbled upon https://hoobs.org/product/hoobs-in-a-box/ where you can load an knx plugin or send http request to the LM.

Not tested with Homebridge (waiting for black friday Wink ), anybody else tested?

Yes homebridge works fine, including the homebridge-knx plugin to connect with the knx world. I use it more then a year without problems.

Ok, tnx for the reply. So it's stable enough for installing at client's locations?
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#10
(22.11.2019, 16:22)RichardM Wrote:
(22.11.2019, 15:38)gjniewenhuijse Wrote:
(22.11.2019, 14:57)RichardM Wrote: For the "Hey Siri" part i control it with remote services on the LM enabled, works perfect!

1. Create an Shortcut in the shortcuts ios app and give it a name
2. use these url: http://remote:xxxx@LM-ipaddress/scada-remote?m=json&r=grp&fn=write&alias=KNX_ADDRESS&value=VALUE
3. you can test the url in a browser

Now the siri command is available on my apple watch, but no button. My goal is to use these knx addresses in Apples Homekit. Therefore i stumbled upon https://hoobs.org/product/hoobs-in-a-box/ where you can load an knx plugin or send http request to the LM.

Not tested with Homebridge (waiting for black friday Wink ), anybody else tested?

Yes homebridge works fine, including the homebridge-knx plugin to connect with the knx world. I use it more then a year without problems.

Ok, tnx for the reply. So it's stable enough for installing at client's locations?

at client's locations you means for business? I never advice this, because homebridge is not a business product with warranty and maybe its stops some day. Then its better to use a certified product like Thinka.
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