Endless Possibilities

And a Solution For You
Flexible, Open Standards

Sensor = Any Network Device

Any device connected to the Internet could be a sensor on HitHub.
It simply must be able to call a URL.

Examples of Potential Sensors
  • Presence/Motion
  • Temp/Humidity
  • Moisture
So what's so great about it?

This means you can create alarm triggers based on events from a HUGE variety of devices

You Define

Properties of
the Alarm
Configuration

Specify Any Sensors
Specify any of your sensors to be considered in triggering the alarm.
Specify a Triggering Time Period
Specify a minimum number of events to occur within a specified time period (ex: 4 in a 10 minute period).
Event Count Calculations
Select one of three event calculation methods: Count events for any one sensor, for each sensor, or a summation of events from all sensors
Custom Variables
Pass in up to 3 custom variables (in event request) and check their values with various criteria: equal, not equal, less than, greater than, between (range), not between.

A Few Features

Schedule Alarm Runs

Select a time range your alarms should be check, such as 12:00 to 18:00 or 23:00 to 5:00. Specify which days of the week you want specified alarms to run.

Alarm Profiles

Configure certain alarms to be active and inactive with an alarm profile. For example, you may have a "Home" and "Away" profile for sensors around your house.This allows you and/or other users to quickly activate/deactivate alarms, say when you are leaving your home, or for any other reason.

Get Notified

You may choose which users should be notified when an alarm is triggered. When an alarm is triggered, you may optionally choose to temporarily lock the alarm for a specified time, to prevent it from being triggered multiple times for one exceptional event.

Google Analytics

Send events and alerts directly to Google Analytics. You may do this for long-term logging or to combine your HitHub metrics with other metrics. You can define how HitHub values should map to GA event properties.

Multi-User Ready

You can add multiple users to your account and control what permissions each have within your account. As an owner, you will always control much of your account's setup, but you could potentially give certain users the ability to manage sensors, manage alarms, or change the current alarm profile.

Token Events

Depending on your use case, you can optionally setup sensors so that when a HTTP event request is made, a secret token is required. In such a setup, any event request not containing the token will be rejected. You may require an account level token (shared between all users), or a user specific token, which would basically allow for user authenticated events.

Go ahead, give it a whirl

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