Automations - Alfie
These can connect any device, app or service to any other device, app or service. Automation bots can be triggered by a device, by a time schedule, by a service, by a script, or by an expression. These triggers can initiate tasks, or ‘actions’, within target apps, services or devices. As a simple example, you can create a meshbot to automatically turn the lights on (action) when a motion detector detects movement (trigger). Or you could set up a scene whereby all security features in your smart-home are enabled once you leave the house.
Notifications - Nellie
Notification bots let you send alerts and updates to users/services/apps and devices, over multiple channels (email/text/in-app/voice call etc). These bots notify target entities of when and where the actions of all your automation tasks are taking place. The bot scales to let you create anything from a simple messaging task up to a comprehensive, policy-based notification framework for enterprise integration and automation tasks.
Interactions - Izzy
Drag-and-drop flowchart elements to automatically create meshbots. Easily visualize and build relationships between apps, devices and services with this intuitive, no-code, meshbot creator.