Homey Pro is a smart home hub pitched primarily at someone who wants to keep things local as much as possible, forgoing phone apps, speakers, and cloud connections. The Smart Home Scene blog did a teardown and chip ID on the Homey Pro for those working at that level of smart home engagement. Homey Pro is very good at adding Zigbee and Z-Wave devices, at least frequency-wise; I had no trouble getting the Homey Pro to see, “Interview,” and configure a few test devices that Homey provided, along with other gear I had handy.

Source: Homey Pro review: A very particular set of home automation skills

The more I use it, the more Google Home seems… Questionable. I’m not super interested in replacing parts that break at this point. Perhaps a non-cloud solution would be better.