When I’m home, I don’t need to know that my living room is getting motion events, because I’m sitting right there.
But when I’m away from home, those same motion events would be a cause for alarm and a good reason to call police.
If you look at the ‘August Smart Lock’, it has a nifty feature where, using a combination of GPS positioning and wifi monitoring, it can tell if you are current at HOME or AWAY.
Ideally, I want my Wyze app to be able to tell when I’m HOME and use the HOME notification profile, which, in my case, disables my living room notifications.
And when I leave my house, I want my Wyze app, to be able to tell, from seeing my GPS location exiting the perimeter, that I have left my house and to automatically switch to using the AWAY profile.
Later, when I come back to my house, my Wyze app should be able to tell that I’ve come back home and automatically switch back to my HOME profile.
To support the automatic switching to the AWAY profile might require a mobile data connection. So, for those users to do not have a mobile data connection, add the ability for the user to switch manually to the AWAY profile.
Note that, even without a mobile data connection, the Wyze app should still be able to automatically switch from the AWAY profile to the HOME profile, as the GPS location will point to home and the currently active WIFI network name will match the user’s HOME wifi network name.