IFTTT adds new environmental triggers with Netatmo channel
Users of the Netatmo Weather Station will now be able to trigger anything on IFTTT using noise, temperature, humidity, or air quality levels.
You can go ahead and add temperature, humidity, noise, and even carbon dioxide levels to the ever-growing list of IFTTT triggers, as the service has announced a new Netatmo channel designed especially for the Netatmo Weather Station, a two-piece home monitoring set capable of tracking environmental changes both inside and outside of your home.
IFTTT users have thus far only been able to craft environment-based recipes using the "Weather" channel, which uses forecasts, temperatures, humidity levels, and sunrise/sunset times for their region. The Netatmo channel will take things one step further by providing environmental triggers specific not just to a user's zip code, but to their home.
For instance, you'll be able to set IFTTT to automatically have a
The announcement brings Netatmo into IFTTT's growing smart home ecosystem, which, in addition to the aforementioned Belkin WeMo and Philips Hue products, already includes