[OpenTRV-interest] Adaptive comfort (and stuff)

Damon Hart-Davis dhd at exnet.com
Wed Jul 13 14:01:34 BST 2016

> On 13 Jul 2016, at 13:53, Simon Hobson <linux at thehobsons.co.uk> wrote:
>> For this TRV2 delivery we may pre-pair all devices shipped together, but for example, current code has an API that if you are sufficiently determined you can re-pair and reassociate.  It’s what we use.
> I can see that this will be an area needing some work before the system goes out for "mass market". "glitches", hardware replacement or additions, etc could all mean some (re)pairing in the field.
> For techies like us, some arcane command line tool is OK - for the average person who still advertises to everyone within WiFi range what ISP's router they use might struggle with anything more than "press button on A, press button on B, etc ..."

I completely agree.

We are not solving all the world’s problems in this first round.

Here’s a nice paper that informs our thinking on the pairing toping (for domestic deployments):




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