A Proof of Concept for Home Automation System with Implementation of the Internet of Things Standards

Md. Haidar Sharif, Ivan Despot, Sahin Uyaver

Abstract


Who does not want a home having comfortability, security, safety, and reliability? A system of interconnected devices and sensors with internet of things standards can communicate independently with less or no human interaction. With such a system, everyday tasks (e.g., control of light, heat, humidity, air flow, and etc.) in and around our living units can be simplified. It also adds a list of desirable states, e.g., economy, peace of mind, comfortability, convenience, logistics, security, safety, and reliability. In this paper, an approach for home automation system that brings miscellaneous tasks in our living units into one centralized action point and functions with remotely controlled devices (e.g., smartphone, iPad, laptop, and etc.) has been implemented. The necessity to visit individual device involved in corresponding task has been perished. The proposed model is free of construction impediments as it deems to be developing a system alongside the architecture of the household. It is a proof of concept. So its potential serviceability for many real world applications is extremely high.

Keywords


Arduino; Communication Protocol; Home Automation; Internet of Things; Proof of Concept; Sensors; Smartphone

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21533/pen.v6i1.147

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ISSN: 2303-4521

Digital Object Identifier DOI: 10.21533/pen

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