If you are organizing an event around openHAB, please let us know in the Events category of the community forum. We will work with you to add it on this page.

Upcoming events

    Past events


    • Smart Home Day

      Darmstadt, Germany

      The openHAB Foundation organises another Smart Home Day at the Hochschule Darmstadt. It is an half-day event from 11am-2:30pm and it is free for anybody to attend, but you need to register. The event is co-located with the foundation's General Assembly for the members, which starts at 3pm at the same venue.

    • Maker Faire Berlin

      Berlin, Germany

      "Build your own internet fridge" ūüėÉ The openHAB community will show some of the exciting possibilities to integrate DIY components with products from the smart home and IoT industry. Oh, and that internet fridge meme will definitely not be on the list, just meant to draw attention.

    • openHAB Hackathon @ Bosch Connected Expierience (BCX19)

      Berlin, Germany

      The openHAB Foundation will be Hack Enabler at Europe's largest IoT Hackathon, the Bosch Connected Experience (BCX) in Berlin, Germany. 700 developers, UX experts, product managers and designers come together to hack with cars, ebikes, robots, sensors, machines, smart home appliances, construction tools, and much more.

      Register now to hack on challenges by the openHAB Foundation or also on your own topics.

    • Homematic User-Treffen 2019

      Kassel, Germany

      Biggest community event for Homematic users in Germany. The agenda includes a talk about openHAB this year.

    • YaJuG

      Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

      Yannick is kindly invited by the Luxembourg Java User Group and will give a presentation and tour of openHAB, including a hands-on demonstration.

    • FOSDEM 2019

      Brussels, Belgium

      openHAB will be represented at FOSDEM 2019 with a stand and several maintainers and community members present. FOSDEM is free to attend, there is no registration... so come see us!

    • 3rd Berlin openHAB meetup

      Berlin, Germany

      A meetup of openHAB enthusiasts in Berlin to talk about their use of openHAB, hacks, rules, bindings and implementations.


    • Linuxhotel Workshop/Training

      Essen, Germany

      In this one-day workshop we introduce openHAB 2 to participants and show them how to configure and use certain aspects of the software; we also introduce MQTT and participants use an ESP8266 in order to work with openHAB and MQTT.

    • How to Develop a Smart Home

      Talcahuano 469 1er Piso Buenos Aires Argentina

      Learn step by step to build a smart home in an easy way with openHAB

    • Smart Home Day 2018

      Ludwigsburg, Germany

      The openHAB Foundation hosts another Smart Home Day co-located with EclipseCon Europe!

    • Smart Public Building Project & openHAB Academic Initiative 2018

      Stuttgart, Germany

      The agenda covers topics such as scaling from home automation to public buildings, applicability of openHAB in public institutions, self-learning systems based on openHAB, indoor positioning, smart building control, and Web-based 2d and 3d visualisations.

      Conference and workshops are located at the University of Applied Sciences in Stuttgart (city centre), scheduled right before Smart Home Day and EclipseCon in Ludwigsburg (approx. 30 minutes from Stuttgart).

      Friday, 19th October: Academic conference as part of the Smart Public Building Project and the openHAB Foundation Academic Initiative.

      Saturday, 20th October: Two full-day openHAB workshops for users (in German), and developers (in English). The workshops will take place in parallel.

      Conference and workshops are free of charge. There will be a networking dinner on Friday evening at the Café Königsbau, which has to be paid by the participants themselves.

      Registration for the Smart Public Building 2018 is now open. Please note, that the number of participants is limited.

    • Berlin openHAB meetup

      Berlin, Germany

      The second Berlin openHAB meetup: chat, presentations and code demos.

    • FrOSCon 2018

      Sankt Augustin, Germany

      Free Software and Open Source - these are the topics of FrOSCon (Free and Open Source Software Conference). Every year in August the computer science department of the University of Applied Sciences Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, supported by FrOSCon e.V., will organize an exciting program with talks and workshops for visitors of all ages. The event is topped off with a fair of booths from FLOSS projects and companies. The social event, celebrated at Saturday night, offers the opportunity to exchange opinions with other visitors, speakers or volunteers.

      The talk about openHAB is scheduled for Sunday, 03:15pm.

    • Eclipse DemoCamp 2018

      Darmstadt, Germany

      Kai will do a demo with openHAB at this demo camp. Good opportunity to meet Eclipse SmartHome core developers!

    • Berlin openHAB meetup

      Berlin, Germany

      A meetup of openHAB enthusiasts in Berlin to talk about their use of openHAB, hacks, rules, bindings and implementations.

    • Ingenieurtag 2018

      Darmstadt, Germany

      Kai talks about ‚ÄěInteroperabilit√§t im Smart Home‚Äú at this event. Attendance is free and open to the public. Start is at 3pm in the Best Western Hotel Darmstadt, Grafenstra√üe 31.

    • SINTEG-Jahreskonferenz 2018

      Berlin, Germany

      openHAB is presented as an example for "Digitalisierung von Haushalten durch Smart Home Technologie" by Kai on June 6.

    • building IoT 2018

      Köln, Germany

      The building IoT conference is renowned for deep technical insights into the software engineering aspects of the Internet of Things. Kai is a member of the program committee and he also presents openHAB in his talk about smart home interoperability.

    • Silicon Saxony Day 2018

      Dresden, Germany

      Kai participates in the expert sessions and talks about interoperability in the IoT in the presentation "Mastering the diversity in smart buildings - A practical approach with openHAB".

    • JavaLand 2018

      Phantasialand in Br√ľhl, Germany

      Philipp Hertweck gives an introduction to openHAB and shows how to easily integrate DIY components like Arduinos in the newcomer session "Erweiterbares, bastlerfreundliches Smart Home mit openHAB".