Since that show, we actually dug into IFTTT pretty intensely and even begun building out an integration. Unfortunately, as we made it further down that process we discovered that IFTTT starts at $10k / yr. We can’t afford that at the current time so the IFTTT integration is on hold. In the meantime, we’ve been beginning building out our public API, but that’s still a ways off. One thing I’d like to find is a smart switch with an API which we could integrate with! That would eliminate the need for IFTTT, and those smart switches could be used instead.
On the device development front, we ended up hitting a bit of a setback when we switched manufacturing from China to the USA. We’re almost done with a new revision of the current Pulse One (literally working on the last prototype run and then organizing the release), after that we’re full steam ahead on the CO2 sensor. It’ll likely be mid 2020 that the CO2 sensor is ready.