I’ll look into it, but for now, here’s the basic data.
Very interesting article: http://techcrunch.com/2014/09/05/smart-accessibility/
“a new generation of smart home devices coming to market that pack an array of sensors, from motion or proximity detection, to something that measures air quality, the possibilities of home automation are going to become almost limitless. And it’s not hard to see how that future could further improve accessibility and the lives of people with disabilities…”
I have not tried this product and I have no affiliation with the company, but this looks like it might be pretty slick.
Watch the video.