Notion Integrates With Nest to Empower Homeowners to Take Action on Home Climate and Save Energy and Money

The home-awareness company has launched a smart home product with improved performance and durability.
By IOT Journal
Nov 07, 2017

Notion, the complete home awareness solution powered by an all-in-one IoT smart home sensor, today announced an integration with Nest's Learning Thermostat alongside the launch of its second-generation home monitoring sensor. The announcement comes on the heels of a $10 million Series A funding round in June 2017.

Notion's low-cost and easy-to-install home monitoring kit packs multiple capabilities into a single device. Each sensor is identical yet multi-purpose, offering a homeowner the flexibility to monitor and receive instant alerts on things happening across their entire home—from motion and temperature changes to water leaks and sounding alarms.

With the Nest integration, Notion users will have access to a more holistic view of their home's health and have the ability to take immediate action on temperature-related alerts. The integration will allow homeowners to:

• Control their Nest Learning Thermostat settings and view Nest's humidity readings from within the Notion app.

• Save energy through Notion's "Energy Waste" task. If a door or window is left open while the air conditioner or heat is running, Notion will prompt the user to adjust their Nest thermostat.

• View an entire home's average temperature, calculated from readings across the Nest thermostat and Notion sensors that are monitoring for temperature in rooms across the house.

In addition to encouraging homeowners to be more energy-conscious and maintain a comfortable core temperature throughout their home, these features will help save users money on unnecessary heating and cooling costs.

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