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Welcome to Yombo

Open source automation made easy.


Get started quickly using point and click setup and configuration.

Don't want to run long wire runs? Create a cluster of multiple Raspberry Pi's, or other small compute devices, together and they act as one.

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Current Version:

Release Date:
2 November 2018

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Automation protocols (Z-Wave, Insteon, WeMo, Tuya, etc) are implemented using a modular system. This allows anyone to implement a new protocol, or control virtual devices.


Open framework system allows anyone to create modules to extend the capabilities of the system, such as advanced automation logic or custom automation needs. Read More

Runs nearly everywhere

Designed to run on light footprint devices such Raspberry Pi zero, Beaglebone Black, and more. Get started today!

Vendor agnostic

Yombo has no ties or affiliation with any vendor or automation protocol. Anyone is welcome, and encouraged, to add support for any protocol using modules. See the developing modules to get started.

IoT Ready

Integrates with MQTT and AMQP to provide easy integration with IoT. Each installed instance runs it's own API; in addition to the Yombo cloud API.

Data Security

Let's Encrypt certificates are used to secure data in transit. This allow remote control capabilities securely. GPG encryption is also used for data at rest.

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About Yombo

The Yombo Gateway automation software was designed and built around ease of use while at the same time provide flexibility to control any type of device. The gateway software implements a web interface that allows users to configure and setup the system...keep reading

Advanced Automation Rules

Users can easily create advanced automation rules using basic Python 3 code. The Yombo framework provides easy to methods for getting system states or devices status to apply standard Python conditional logic. Learn more about modules.