In your first posts, you said you wanted the light to turn on at 1600 when someone was present in the room. IRL, someone may be in the room but not moving -- a "feature" motion detection regularly misses.
I use rules that alternate trigger on cellphone battery decrease and power source change (also Life360 related. We religiously plug our respective phone in to charge when we go to bed, hence the Asleep_Rob/Lori for automating security features when we're both in bed, for whatever reasons... Rolls eyes ).
In a perfect world this would fire at or within 2 minutes of the event. Reality is it can take up to 4 minutes, should you have my kind of luck.
The idea is, this "works" independently of your current rule, but you could use a better named bassackwards NotNearRob/Lori boolean to turn on the light in the room 1600-2300 when it applies. FWIW, 1.0E-4 is roughly 10m.
I regret not visiting your country. Got to all your neighbors via vijf REFORGERs in the 80's. Too many crazy memories packaging and putting my birds on ROROs in Bremerhaven with that. I had twee Warrants from the Netherlands who got their citizenship on this side of the pond who loved teasing me how different your language and southern German is from the "high" German I learned in school. At least we could agree on elf. Good people!
The AGL (above ground level) bit is an issue. We'll have to ask Bruce for a current barometric pressure variable to fix that. LOL. In my case, the key rooms (bedroom, kitchen area, recreation room, and dining room) are in vertical positions where that does not apply for me. Like I said, this concept doesn't cure all, always, but is an option to consider.