Learn why we decided to create openHAB, what is it for and how it works!
Welcome to openHAB - a vendor and technology agnostic open source automation software for your home
- December 18, 2017 - openHAB 2.2 has been released with many additions and improvements.
- December 17, 2017 - New versions of our iOS and Android app have been published in the app stores.
- December 17, 2017 - openHABian v1.4 is now available.
- June 28, 2017 - openHAB 2.1 has been released with many enhancements and fixes.
- January 22, 2017 - The first official release of openHAB 2.0 is out!
- December 15, 2016 - The all new myopenHAB has been launched, the code is now fully open-source!
- June 01, 2016 - Documentation for openHAB 2 is now available at docs.openhab.org.
- May 23, 2016 - The bugfix release 1.8.3 is now available! Read the Release Notes for all included fixes.
- May 20, 2016 - The openHAB Foundation has been established as a non-profit organization promoting and supporting openHAB.
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Want to see it yourself?
Try openHAB without any installation. We provide a fully functional online demo which can be used with our Android and iOS apps!