Get in touch
Lelylan is a young project and we are working hard to build the best service for you. If you think we are missing some ideas or you want to help us to create something better, get in touch by writing a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or a tweet to @lelylan.
Why Lelylan exists
Lelylan is a project called to life by the need to solve technological limitations that home automation (aka domotics) faces today. Our houses are furnished by numerous devices like appliances, lighting systems, alarms, irrigation systems, smoke and gas detectors, heating, cooling, audio, video systems and much more. Unluckily, those devices use different standards and they can not communicate with each other. The consequences are higher prices, technical limitations, few services and a lot of confusion for the end user.
What Lelylan does
Lelylan wants to solve these problems through the Web, by creating a platform based on a set of REST web services that allows the access to all domotic resources (devices, locations, people and more). What we aim to do is mapping every device to a unique URL which will provide control over it. When such a connection is done, technological problems disappear and devices become easily identifiable only through their functionalities.
The nature of being a solution based on the web offers several advantages.
- Mashups - Anyone can build mashups with Twitter, Google Maps, Google Voice, Twillio or the next cool service coming from the web. More →
- User Interactions - Anyone can integrate solutions based on web, mobile, voice recognition, eye tracking, augmented reality, neural based interfaces, spatial motion interaction and smart surfaces. More →
- Services - It is important to take advantage of the possible communication between devices using rule engines, scenery systems, recommendation systems, scheduling systems and whatever makes your house smarter. More →
- Devices - Unite Nodes allows Lelylan to communicate with a set of devices based on a specific standard or protocol. When devices are connected through Unite Nodes, they can communicate to each other without the technological limitations we face today. More →