Home Automation System based on IOT
Sejal Pawar, Mohini Pawar, Nikita Pawar, Pawan Pawar, Sandip Pawar, Kalpesh Joshi
Internet of Things (IoT), GSM, HC-05 Bluetooth Module, Relay Module, Android App, Smartphone
The idea of a smart home has been getting a lot of attention for the last few years. Intelligent decision-making, safe identification and authentication of IoT devices, data security, constant connectivity, and privacy concerns are the main hurdles in a smart home. The current solutions only address one or two of these problems, however what is required today is a smart home automation system that is not only secure but also has analytical and intelligent decision-making capabilities. There is a need to save energy in every aspect due to the rise in population as well as the usage of energy. One of the main causes of energy loss is the inability of remote sites to access and manage home appliances. A website or Android application is used by users to give instructions to these systems. It is automation of things through computing, where everything and physical objects can be connected to make them programmable so they can communicate with people. Using voice recognition, this project offers a simple control system based on voice recognition. To automate our homes and offices, and to improve the standard of living, we need the Global System for Mobile to devices Communication. It is timesaving and reduces the human efforts used for security purposes. For example, in hospitals patients who are unable to do things can set up the devices and can control the device using an Android phone. You need the Global System for Mobile to devices Communication. GSM modem and microcontroller that is Arduino UNO, which will be performed by using programming. We will use our smartphones to deliver voice commands to the AC appliances. Such systems have been found already in a lot of places for a wide variety of applications. All of these systems are covered in this work.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

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