All-in-one smart home console NuBryte Touchpoint is now integrated with Google Home to let homeowners control smart devices with voice.
With this newest collaboration, NuBryte homeowners can use voice control to manage their home’s smart lighting. Users can simply say “Ok Google” to turn on/off, dim or brighten their NuBryte connected lights.
Users can also control several rooms’ lights at once. They can group rooms together to turn all the lights off at once, or control lights for each room individually using voice commands.
NuBryte Touchpoint combines smart features – home security, smart lighting, intercom and home hub – all built into the light switch. The touchscreen interface is intuitive enough that it doesn’t need programming, making NuBryte a home automation tool that is simple to set up and easy to use and maintain, says the company says.
NuBryte is an early-access partner to the Direct Action API, developed for customers to interact with compatible smart home devices through the Google Assistant. Smart Switches, coming this summer, will further extend NuBryte voice-controlled functionality.
This integration adds to NuBryte voice controlled lighting with Amazon Alexa, and Google Calendar for in-home event alerts. Integrations with Nest and IFTTT are also underway, as well as additional integrations that are planned throughout 2017, the company said in an announcement.
“We’re committed to partnering with innovative products like Google Home to bring enhanced capabilities to NuBryte. With this integration, users can use voice activation tools for more efficient and comfortable smart home control,” said Steven Gutteridge, President at NuBryte.
“More plans are in place to further leverage our open API, and integrate with top smart home products that reinforce NuBryte as the center of the smart home,” Gutteridge added.