I was thinking about using beacons around the house to tell if a room is occupied or not. I tested out some scenarios and found out that I get a lot of false positives. I was wondering if it would be possible to implement one or both of the following solutions into the pushcut app?
Add a constraint option to the location beacon settings, which would allow a user to input a value that is >=, or <= then the RSSI value. This way we’ll be able to mitigate the cases where the beacon is seen
when the phone is near, but the signal is weak, so it’s ignored.
Allow the RSSI value to be passed along as an input for that location. So the RSSI input value can be used in a GET, POST, etc. HTTP request. Then the software that is receiving the data can verify if the RSSI value is to weak for it to trigger the action.