Going far beyond home security, Notion adds features like integrating weather patterns. Using that data to act like the helpful roommate you always wanted, giving you a buzz if it's about to rain and your windows are open. (No, Notion won't physically shut the windows; you still have to shoot that awkward text to a neighbor.)
And instead of competing with similar brands, Notion is looking to integrate the technology from companies like Quirky or Nest. So, in the future, Nest (in your basement) could send an alert to Notion if it's getting too cold, so you can turn on the heat.
"It's been over a year and a half in the making," Margoles shared. "We're really excited about bringing this to next phase of production."
You had us at keg alerts.
Ali Drucker is the editorial assistant for Supercompressor, and fraternity brothers everywhere may have her to thank for perpetually full kegs. Follow her on Twitter at @ali_drucker.