Design of household devices control system using smartphone and Arduino microcontroller is a dwelling incorporating a communication that connects the electrical appliances and services allowing them to be remotely controlled, monitored or accessed. It includes different approaches to achieve multiple objectives range from enhancing comfort in daily life to enabling a more independent life for elderly, handicapped and young people. The system design is based on the Arduino microcontroller, smartphone, Bluetooth; and multiple passive and active components which are used in different monitoring and control processes. It presents the hardware design of a multi-platform control system for house automation and combines both hardware and software technologies. The system results show that it can be classified as a comfortable, secure, private, economic and safe system in addition to its great flexibility and reliability.
Jean Bosco Ntezimana
Jean Bosco NTEZIMANA is a Rwandan electrical engineer born in 1989. He works at Energy utility corporation ltd subsidiary of Rwanda Energy Group. He graduated from IST Burkina Faso.
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Éditions universitaires européennes
engineering, smart phone, electronic device
TECHNOLOGY / General