A generic and smart automation system for home using internet of things

Perumal Iyappan, Jayakumar Loganathan, Manoj Kumar Verma, Ankur Dumka, Rajesh Singh, Anita Gehlot, Shaik Vaseem Akram, Sukhdeep Kaur, Kapil Joshi

Abstract


Home automation systems are expanding increasingly popular because they can conveniently be employed to manage devices and appliances via voice or focused on physical activity utilizing sensor. From the various research, it shows that affording cost in bringing smartness to small organizations as well as normal users is challenging and there is a requirement for a better obvious and convenient method of connecting and managing equipment with mobile applications. The proposed system is created and built with the aim of enhancing control system performance and reliability. This technology may operate on any system and manage devices by connecting with home appliances and connected devices via a Wi-Fi device. The system involves a central processing module to manage devices via a home Wi-Fi connection that is linked to the internet for internet of things operations. It is recommended that an application be developed to connect, and configure new and current home appliances for control, which will lead to the connection and handling of other third-party devices via their software development kits. The suggested system enables additional features via a mobile application that allows the user to install new features created by the user to execute any activity with the system.

Keywords


Cloud computing; Home automation; Internet of things; Natural language processing; Real-time database system

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v11i5.3785

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