DeepAI AI Chat
Log In Sign Up

Development of a Home Automation System Using Wireless Sensor/Actuator Nodes

by   Babatope S. Ayo, et al.

This work presents the design and implementation of a wireless home monitoring and automation system consisting of wireless sensor/actuator nodes, wireless camera, and a home server. The low-cost wireless sensor/actuator node features temperature, light intensity and motion sensors, and actuator driver circuits for the control of motors, heaters, and lights. Server and client programs used to monitor and control the home were also developed. The home server receives and processes sensor readings, such as temperature and light intensity readings, and also transmits user commands to wireless nodes. The system provides ambient condition monitoring, graphing of sensor data, intrusion detection, automated device control, and video monitoring in order to achieve improved security and comfort in the home. In addition, users have the flexibility of determining sensor-actuator interaction at run-time. The developed system could also put the home in various configurable modes based on user requests, time or environmental cues.


page 3

page 4


Security Monitoring System Using FaceNet For Wireless Sensor Network

Wireless Sensor networks are used to monitor remote areas. Wireless sens...

A Practical Marine Wireless Sensor Network Monitoring System Based on LoRa and MQTT

Under the advocacy of the international community, more and more researc...

A Survey Report on Operating Systems for Tiny Networked Sensors

Wireless sensor network (WSN) has attracted researchers worldwide to exp...

A Wireless Multimedia Sensor Network Platform for Environmental Event Detection Dedicated to Precision Agriculture

Precision agriculture has been considered as a new technique to improve ...

A Framework of Reconfigurable Transducer Nodes for Smart Home Environments

This letter presents a transducer network framework that supports the am...

Raspberry PI for compact autonomous home farm control

This manuscript presented an autonomous home farm for predicting metrolo...