Journal of IOT Applications for Smart City

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Volume1,August 2017,

Topic : Smart Residence with Enhanced Security using Internet of Things

Authors:Karthi P || kannika parameshwari B

Abstract:The proposal is to create Smart Home using Internet of Things that saves energy and make human life better. Internet of Things is an interconnection of Programmable and electronic gadgets that enables us to control them without physical contact by sending and receiving data. Raspberry Pi acts as the controller that is connected to Source power supply in such a way that it controls power to various electronic appliances at home. Raspberry Pi is a visiting card sized, cost efficient and reliable electronic device with 64 bit quad core processor and a Raspbian distribution of Linux as its default operating system. Raspberry Pi can be controlled by maximum of four mobile devices with necessary application via Internet and Bluetooth. Raspberry Pi must be connected via wireless mode to detect Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals. If none of the four devices are reachable via Bluetooth, all the power ports must be disabled except t he port providing electricity to the refrigerator. Air Conditioners can be switched on through a command from any of the four mobile devices when Bluetooth connection is unavailable. Once the data signal is received from the mobile device, Air Conditioner and the Raspberry Pi’s timer must be switched on. Once the timer reaches 30 minutes and if none of the device is connected to Raspberry Pi via Bluetooth, then the Air Conditioner must be switched off automatically so that power is conserved, if the person is unable to return. Even water can be conserved by switching off the electric motors automatically. When the tank is full, the concern sensor intimates the Raspberry Pi that the tank is filled. Fire sensor can also be attached to the Raspberry Pi so that it generates a high interrupt signal to Raspberry Pi that in turn alerts all the connected mobile devices in time of emergency. This can help people to take precautions to avoid fire accidents when the residents are unavailable. Similar mechanisms can also be implemented to avoid thefts at home. When the residents are unavailable, it generates an interrupt signal from the actuator located on the door to the Raspberry Pi which in.

Keywords: Smart home, IoT home, Automation of home, Pi in home, control of home applicants via mobile, theft detection in home.

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DOI: 01.1617/vol4/iss8/pid01987

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