For explanation, see: Yombo modules
Uses various Bluetooth receivers to track the location of a device within a building. Requires the Presence module to function.
This simple module writes all device commands to a text file. Used primarily for testing and development.
This Yombo module makes 'dumb' garages into smart ones by adding logic to control a garage door (or devices that act like garage doors).
Adds support for Homevision and Homevision Pro automation systems to Yombo. Support X10, relays, sensors, and other items.
A Yombo command module module that adds support for Insteon products. This module is required if Insteon products are used.
A Yombo Module that adds support for sending Insteon commands to the power lines through a USB or serial port. An Insteon API module is required.
Adds an interface to the Jabber network and allows control over that network. The YomboBot module is required for this module to work.
This module extends the capabilities of the Yombo Gateway by adding the ability to monitor a text file for device commands.
A demonstration module that adds basic ability to send events to a log file. This can be used as a foundation for more advanced modules.
This module provides support for interacting with NEST thermostats to the Yombo gateway. Allows quick setup of a NEST thermostat within the Yombo Gateway.
Add support for PiFace Digital boards for Yombo. Yombo must be running on a Raspberry PI with a Pi Face Digital 1 or 2 board attached.
Tracks devices to determine their location in relation to a gateway location. This module only provides a framework.
Monitors and tracks multiple one wire thermostats over time. Currently, only supports Raspberry PI devices.
Provides basic input / output interface to Raspberry PI GPIO pins. Allows pin change monitoring and output level control.
A Yombo command module module that adds support for X10 products. This module is required if X10 products are used.
Adds support for processing voice commands. Only provides a common set of functions other developers can use and provides no direct end-user features.
Z-Wave module allows discovery and control of Z-Wave compatible products. Uses OpenZWave for the backend protocol.