19 Apr 2013 at 09:29, Bob Dormon Tweet_btn() Bob Dormon. “Review: NetAtmo Urban Weather Station.” • The Register. The Register, 19 Apr. 2013. Web. 14 Oct. 2016.
About the object
The Netatmo Healthy Home Coach is a cylinder that sits in your home and monitors the conditions around it. The $100 Healthy Home Coach tracks the same as the indoor module of the Urban Weather Station–air quality, humidity, temperature, and noise. The Home Coach also offers advice based on what it senses about the conditions in your home from the actual object or the app
According to Netatmo, the advice takes your specific family into account. For instance, if you have a baby, you’ll be told if your keeping your room too cold for the well being of the child. You would be told to ventilate rooms if the air quality is poor. You could monitor noise levels and the rest of these measurements in real time and see their recorded history in Netatmo’s iOS or Andraid app.
In order for Netatmo to recognize your family you will get asked a lot about them to get tailored advice.
Knows your home
- Knows your away when it doesn’t see you
- Default time is 4 hours
- It has 1080 video, 8 GB micro SD, Night Vision, and 130 Degree FOV(Field Of View)
- Slowly approaches for everything
- Live feed is 10 seconds behind
- Little unreliable
- Welcome is kind of slow to pick up from
Other Facts About The Netatmo
- It costs $99.99 for the indoor module
- Urban Weather Station costs $180
- You could ask Siri to check the status of your home
- A fan automatically turns on if the air quality dips below a certain point
- You will be able to buy these at Lowes, Best Buy, Home Depot, and Amazon
- “Netatmo’s Coach Will Call You a Bad Parent for Only $100.” CNET. CBS, 11 Oct. 2016. Web. 21 Oct. 2016.
- CNETTV. “Netatmo Welcomes You to the Future with Its Innovative but Slow Security Camera.” YouTube. YouTube, 02 July 2015. Web. 21 Oct. 2016.
- “Netatmo.” Netatmo. Netatmo, n.d. Web. 21 Oct. 2016.