Was curious if anyone else here besides @Peepo has any experience with this open-source project? It requires a fair amount of software tinkering to get installed and configured (so I know it's not for many), but thought it might be fun for some folks who have non-HK devices installed and like to tinker... Homebridge provides a software bridge that allows some not-HomeKit compatible "smart home" devices to be seen/controlled by HomeKit apps (and Siri). I have two devices that are not HomeKit compatible: 1 - a Belkin WeMo power outlet 2 - an ISY 994i controller that I use to automate a few Insteon SwitchLincs (wall switches) + a motion detector I knew going in that neither of those devices were HomeKit compatible, and I was fine with using their native apps to control them. After reading about Homebridge (and seeing @Peepo's post where he got it to work), I decided to give it a shot. And it's working! So far, anyway. Been an hour or two, so we'll see how it does long-term. I'm able to send the devices Siri commands to turn them on/off (or ask their status), and all of the devices show up in the free Elgato Eve HomeKit app that I've started to play around with. I don't have any Elgato products, but their app can see/control my Ecobee thermostats, as well as the WeMo power outlet and the ISY. Seems like a good base app for a lot of different HomeKit products. I'm running Homebridge on a Raspberry Pi that I bought to play around with. Looks like Homebridge will run easy enough on most Linux distributions, and there are some guides for getting it going on Windows boxes, but they look a bit hairy.