Alexa, let me in!

Created on 22 Nov 2016

A better web enabled lock, control your front door lock with GroupMe and Amazon Echo!

A lock with dynamic ACLs based on GroupMe group membership as well as Amazon Echo skill integration for both controlling membership and the lock itself. Here is a list of the planned features: -Dynamic Access Control integrated into a GroupMe Group so that members who are added to or removed from the Door Lock GroupMe group are also added to or removed from having lock access. -Amazon Echo Provisioning, allowing you to say something like "Alexa, add John Smith to the house whitelist" or "Alexa, ban Bob Thompson from the house" -Easy remote house access and 1 time access -Amazon Echo greets people who enter the house with messages from other users. - And More!

@meribyte

Meg Richards

@jcmertz

Joe Mertz

@egarbade

Edward Garbade

Part Cost Quantity
503 Service Unavailable Error $4.99 1
mini hdmi to hdmi (pack of 2)
503 Service Unavailable Error $58.99 1
E Ink Screen for Raspi
503 Service Unavailable Error $37.79 1
Raspberry Pi Model 3B
Schlage BE365VCAM716 Camelot Keypad Deadbolt, Aged Bronze - Door Dead $96.80 1
Electronic Lock
All-New Amazon Echo Dot - Add Alexa to any room $49.99 1
Amazon Echo Dot Black
503 Service Unavailable Error $29.99 1
Amazon Echo Remote
8195 Radial Magnet Inc. | Sensors, Transducers | DigiKey $0.21 2
Magnet, Neodynium 1/4" wide
Raspberry Pi Zero Budget Pack - Includes Pi Zero v1.3 $24.95 2
Raspberry Pi Zero Budget Pack - Includes Pi Zero v1.3
503 Service Unavailable Error $11.03 1
Servo motor to turn lock
Remaining Budget: $0.00
Joe Mertz 18 Jan 2017, 10:32 p.m. CST
Got the lock ripped open and have began investigating the board. We think we are going to tap into the switch that detects whether or not the lock is already unlocked and use that to send the unlock command to the door.