UBOS is a new Linux distro that aims to make it 10x easier to run server-side apps for yourself, or for your family, on hardware you own. It does by providing single-command web application install, uninstall, backup/restore and systems upgrade, including all server configuration, database provisioning, data migration etc. UBOS now also provides single-command network configuration, including DHCP, mDNS, DNS, firewall, masquerading and integration with Letsencrypt. Current supported platforms:
CometVisu is a realtime visualization software using modern web technologies for building automation. It shows different statuses of a building and allows the interaction with it (like temperature set point). It runs from small systems like the Raspberry Pi up to big systems and requires only a web browser (desktop ones like Firefox or Chrome as well as mobile ones like those from the Android system or iOS) for interaction. Backends for the KNX bus as well as OpenHAB are available.
HomeGenie is a feature-packed and easily programmable home automation server. It provides a customizable web based UI, can command X10 and Z-Wave devices, UPnP and DLNA media devices, infrared controls, handles voice interaction, provides statistics and metering, allows scripting without much programming per wizard. HomeGenie also works on low-energy embedded devices such as Raspberry Pi, provides a JSON Web API, virtual modules, and mobile app clients.
OpenMotics is an open source home automation project that contains both open source hardware (schematics, firmware, …) and open source software and offers integrated home automation including controlling lights and outputs, heating and measuring power usage.