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This package listens for local data from Ambient Weather stations (such as the WS-2902C) and converts the incoming data to MQTT events. The sensor data is published with auto-discovery so they show up automatically as sensors in Home Assistant. The following Ambient Weather station models are confirmed to work: WS-2902C

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Expose all events from an Amcrest device to an MQTT broker. Supports autodiscovery via Home Assistant. Multiple docker containers will need to be installed to support more than one Amcrest device. No WebUI is necessary.

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Home Automation

Control AndroidTV/FireTV devices through ADB from the Home Assistant Core docker image. See here:

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HADashboard and Python apps for Home Assistant. Note that you MUST manually edit your auto-generated appdaemon.yaml file to add a few required settings. See support threat here for an example:

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Listens to events from Dahua VTO unit and publishes them via MQTT Message For integration with Home Assistant see Source:

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Deepstack is an AI server that empowers every developer in the world to easily build state-of-the-art AI systems both on-premise and in the cloud. The promises of Artificial Intelligence are huge but becoming a machine learning engineer is hard. Build and deploy AI-powered applications with in-built and custom AI APIs, all offline and self-hosted. See and To use with home assistant see: and Old CPUs without AVX: If you are using an older CPU that doesn't support AVX (Warning: This version hasn't been updated in some time): 1. Add :noavx to the end of the Repository: field. 2. Should look like this: deepquestai/deepstack:noavx GPU: If you wish to use a NVIDIA GPU instead of your CPU: 1. Install Unraid Nvidia Plugin (available in the community apps store): 2. Add :gpu to the end of the Repository: field. Should look like this: deepquestai/deepstack:gpu 3. Add --runtime=nvidia to the Extra Parameters: field (to view this field switch to advanced view by clicking the toggle in the top right next to Basic View) . 4. Copy your GPU UUID to Nvidia Visible Devices:. (Can be found in the Nvidia Driver settings page under nVidia Info:). Should look something like this: GPU-1a2b3456-7890-1cd2-ea34-56b7c8de90a1 *I am not the creator or maintainer of this container I am merely providing the Unraid template.

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Home Automation

Enet2mqtt Python library for communicating with the Gira / Jung eNet Smart Home Server (, and a mqtt forwarder to integrate eNet Smart Home devices with Home Assistant. Installation Requirements You have a mqtt broker. (Like mosquitto.) You have Home Assistant running.

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Home Automation

Connect your FIAT, Jeep, Ram, Dodge, AlfaRomeo car 🚗 or truck 🚚 to Home Assistant. Needs a vehicle with enabled uconnect services and valid account.

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A complete and local NVR designed for Home Assistant with AI object detection. Uses OpenCV and Tensorflow to perform realtime object detection locally for IP cameras. You cas use a integrated or dedicated GPU (Intel/AMD/Nvidia) to perform the image decoding of the input streams of your cameras. Optionally (but highly recommended), you can use multiple devices to perform the object detetion, such as a Google Coral Accelerator Nvidia GPU, OpenVINO (Intel GPU) and Intel NCS2 VPU See the documentation for more details about your specific hardware and needs ( This is a general templeate that aims to give a fast deoplyment for every user so check all the options carefully and remove all the configurations that you are not going to use.

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Home Automation

Gladys Assistant ( is a privacy-first, open-source home assistant. Gladys helps you centralize your connected devices, visualize data on your dashboards and build automations to make your daily life easier. You can support the project here :

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A NodeJS RESTful API which can be used with Home Assistant to report the state of Docker Containers Custom Component to automatically add all your docker switches to home assistant. Additional info including the API can be found here:

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Home Automation

A modern, easy-to-use and performant custom Home Assistant dashboard

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Home Automation

Habridge(!/habridge) emulates Philips Hue API to other home automation gateways such as an Amazon Echo/Dot Gen 1 (gen 2 has issues discovering ha-bridge) or other systems that support Philips Hue. The Bridge handles basic commands such as "On", "Off" and "brightness" commands of the hue protocol. This bridge can control most devices that have a distinct API. In the cases of systems that require authorization and/or have APIs that cannot be handled in the current method, a module may need to be built. The Harmony Hub is such a module and so is the Nest module. The Bridge has helpers to build devices for the gateway for the Logitech Harmony Hub, Vera, Vera Lite or Vera Edge, Nest, Somfy Tahoma, Home Assistant, Domoticz, MQTT, HAL, Fibaro, HomeWizard, LIFX, OpenHAB, FHEM, Broadlink and the ability to proxy all of your real Hue bridges behind this bridge. This bridge was built to help put the Internet of Things together. For more information about how to use this software have a look at their Wiki

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Home Automation

Home Assistant Container runs the core of the Home Assistant home automation platform. It focuses on local control and privacy. Track and control all devices at home and automate control.

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Home Assistant Core( - Open source home automation that puts local control and privacy first. Powered by a worldwide community of tinkerers and DIY enthusiasts. Perfect to run on a Raspberry Pi or a local server.

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Home Automation

This project was created to provide a way to access Hydro-Québec account and winter credit data in Home-Assistant. This module use the hydroqc library to fetch all pertinent account information and winter credit signals to be sent to MQTT. It also provide Home-Assistant discovery topics to create all the relevant sensors in Home-Assistant. It also includes a separate logic that sends the hourly consumption statistics to Home-Assitant via websocket


This plugin is a wrapper for reading the files used by emhttpd for displaying various statistics, the files are read from /var/local/emhttp/*.ini and are converted to JSON for easy access by services/applications like Home Assistant. Please note there is no frontend, please visit the support thread for usage instructions.

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Official Matter Server docker container from Home Assistant. This project implements a Matter Controller Server over WebSockets using the official Matter (formerly CHIP) SDK as a base and provides both a server and client implementation. The goal of this project is primary to have Matter support in Home Assistant but its universal approach makes it suitable to be used in other projects too. There is NO WEB-UI to this container. Check the container logs for any errors when necessary. REQUIREMENTS: Unraid needs to have IPV4+6 enabled on the network interface! Make sure your you run the container on the host network. The host network interface needs to be in the same network as the Android/iPhone device you are using for commissioning. Matter uses link-local multicast protocols which do not work accross different LANs or VLANs.

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Container for running the OpenZWave MQTT Adapter (for Home Assistant via the new Z-Wave Integration) You will need a running MQTT instance and a z-wave controller in order to use this container. For more information see: Or visit the unraid forum support thread for more configuration/info

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Monitor an RTSP / MJPEG stream for license plates, record them, store them in SQL, send alerts via MQTT with AutoDiscovery into Home Assistant. REQUIRED: open-alpr-http-wrapper docker container and configuration YAML file (example config on the Plate-Minder Github page

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Home Automation, Network Services, Other

Standalone version of the Silicon Labs multiprotocol addon for Home Assistant. The cool kids that run it all in docker containers! An EFR based chipset Thread stick is required for this container to start. It needs to be passed in as the same value you provide such as the default of /dev/thread using a line such as /dev/serial/by-id/usb-Nabu_Casa_SkyConnect_v1.0_76f624b636edec1191324740ad51a8b2-if00-port0:/dev/thread

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Home Automation

This project monitors the UDP socket (50222) from a WeatherFlow Hub, and publishes the data to a MQTT Server. Data is formatted in a way that, it supports the MQTT Discovery format for Home Assistant, so a sensor will created for each entity that WeatherFlow sends out, if you have MQTT Discovery enabled. Everything runs in a pre-built Docker Container, so installation is very simple. You only need Docker installed on a computer and a MQTT Server setup somewhere in your network. If you run either the Operating System or Supervised installation of Home Assistant, you will have easy access to both. There is support for both the AIR & SKY devices and the TEMPEST device. Please review Breaking Changes prior to updating your instance. Breaking changes will be listed in See Breaking Changes section under 2021-12-10 for steps to updating naming conventions.

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What's up Docker? (aka WUD) WEBUI Included Gets you notified when new versions of your Docker containers are available and lets you react the way you want. Depending what you want to do you might have to add your own variables. By default I have included MQTT. Good Integration With Home-Assistant Prometheus Grafana Many Supported Triggers Send notifications using Smtp, Apprise, IFTTT, Slack, Pushover... Automatically update your docker containers or your docker-compose stack. Integrate with third-party systems using Kafka, Mqtt, Http Webhooks... Many supported registries Azure Container Registry AWS Elastic Container Registry Google Container Registry Github Container Registry Docker Hub (public & private repositories)