Update: With Eve 1.4 helper apps for creating time triggers are no longer needed, Eve allows setting of time triggers.
As of iOS 9.2.x, location and characteristic HomeKit triggers are not yet available for Bluetooth Smart devices. Once this functionality is enabled in a future version of iOS, a free Eve app update will enable support for location and characteristic triggers.
Scenes allow you to control several HomeKit-enabled devices simultaneously with a single command–for example, switch selected devices on or off. To do so, you need switchable devices such as a fan connected via Eve Energy and/or a Hue lamp.read more
Eve Room goes beyond CO2 by analyzing substances that directly affect users’ well-being by using MEMS sensors to measure VOCs, in addition to measuring humidity and temperature.read more
To setup your Philips Hue System with Elgato’s Eve, you’ll first need to download the free Hue App from Philips. Assigning the lamps to rooms, setting up scenes, controlling brightness & color, and switching on/off lights is done via Eve after you complete this setup process.read more
Once you’ve finished the basic installation of your Hue bridge and lamps using the Hue app, open the Eve app. You’ll find the bridge and lamps in the “standard room” of your home. Assigning the bridge and lamps to your rooms and using your Hue lamps will happen in the Eve app.read more
Elgato Eve 1.2 is available today and offers many enhancements and new features for users with iOS 9.1 or newer. With HomeKit technology, all your data is transferred and stored with end-to-end encryption, so only you can access it. With this version of Eve, you can export your Eve sensors’ historical data on air quality, temperature, humidity, air pressure, energy consumption, and more.read more