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    A Security Framework for IOT Based Smart Home Automation System

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    The Internet of Things (IOT) is a new platform for our technology. Though of IOT, we can control our daily life work such as home application, control and communication systems, easy communication systems, improve our digital services etc. The Internet of Things (IOT) is joining our daily contents information wisely to the internet to make communication between objects and people and among themselves. In this paper, we show an improved home automation by the help of IOT. For calculating response time of IOT, we need fog computing platform. Fog computing also known as fogging or edge computing which is built by Cisco and it is extended the version of cloud computing through a network. In our proposed system, we use motion sensor, SBC-PT which is a network access component and daily life component in home. We can monitor and control that equipment by the approach of IOT based system. The home automation system uses the portable devices as a user interface. They can connect with home automation network through an internet approach. The user will move straightly with the system via control interface whereas home apparatus are remotely controlled through sensor and server. The home automation system has an additional property that enhances the facet of defense from unauthorized accidents. The communication with the server consents the user to pick out the receivable device. This design proposed an efficient control of home automation system

    IOT BASED HOME AUTOMATION

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    The purpose of this project is to monitoring and controlling electrical devices in home remotely using Wi-Fi and get the status alert through SMS by using GSM modem whenever Required. The GSM modem provides the communication mechanism between the user and the microcontroller system by means of SMS. User can monitor the status and also control multiple electrical devices by sending suitably formatted SMS to the microcontroller based control system. These SMS commands are interpreted by microcontroller system and are validated. If the SMS command received is valid that means if password is matched then it takes the necessary action on the said devices and also it always monitors the home, if any one crosses the fencing then alerts will be sent to owners mobile in the form of SMS

    Low cost integration of IoT technologies for building automation

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    Internet of Things (IoT) envisages a reality in which people and objects are interconnected in such a way that a series of services, previously unthinkable, become real. The impact of IoT technologies is already tangible in industry, particularly under the Industry 4.0 initiative, but yet far to be fully exploited in other areas, such as building automation. This paper highlights the importance of using IoT and other emergent technologies to develop building automation applications that serves as base in smart cities, particularly supporting the interoperability among home automation solutions provided by different manufacturers. For this purpose, a low cost IoT enabler solution for building automation is presented, based on the use of cyber-physical systems, as backbone to integrate different IoT technologies and building automation technologies. The proposed approach was successfully implemented in an open space laboratory.info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersio

    Controlling of Home Appliances Using Internet of Things

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    In this new millennium of modern technology, everything is getting automated. Manual work is replaced by machines which reduced the burden on human beings. Nowadays humans have made internet an integral part of their everyday life without which they are helpless. Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of networks in which each object is identified by a unique identity that allows devices to connect, sensed and controlled remotely across a network infrastructure. In this paper we focus on controlling of home appliances by using internet of things. The devices connected to the cloud server are controlled by admin by giving commands. The controlling can be done by using Arduino. This whole system using Internet of Things (IoT) will be used to control home appliances from anywhere in the world by using internet connection. The system designed is economical and can be expanded as it allows connection and controlling of a number of different devices. Internet of Things (IoT) is an emergingtechnology that is making our world a global village. An IoT based Home automation is also one of such examples. In IoT based home automation various things such as lighting, home appliances, computers etc., all are connected to the Internet and allowing user to monitor and control things regardless of time and location constraint. This paper uses ThingSpeak IoT Platform for controlling home appliances through internet. The proposed system presented in this paper is used for controlling of home appliances through Internet of Things(IoT)

    Supporting Smart Home Scenarios Using OWL and SWRL Rules

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    Despite the pervasiveness of IoT domotic devices in the home automation landscape, their potential is still quite under-exploited due to the high heterogeneity and the scarce expressivity of the most commonly adopted scenario programming paradigms. The aim of this study is to show that Semantic Web technologies constitute a viable solution to tackle not only the interoperability issues, but also the overall programming complexity of modern IoT home automation scenarios. For this purpose, we developed a knowledge-based home automation system in which scenarios are the result of logical inferences over the IoT sensors data combined with formalised knowledge. In particular, we describe how the SWRL language can be employed to overcome the limitations of the well-known trigger-action paradigm. Through various experiments in three distinct scenarios, we demonstrated the feasibility of the proposed approach and its applicability in a standardised and validated context such as SARE

    IOT Based Home Automation Using RASPBERRY PI

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    KITCHEN environment monitoring is one of the important measures to be closely monitored in real-time for safety, security and comfort of people. With the advancements in Internet technologies and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), a new trend in the era of ubiquity is being realized. Enormous increase in users of Internet and modifications on the internetworking technologies enable networking of everyday. The paper proposes a Raspberry pi based kitchen monitoring system. Raspberry Pi is used as a Embedded Web Server, User can control Set of devices from Phone/PC Web Browser. We have designed and implemented a compact wireless sensor network with internet capability. The system can monitor the status of kitchen and send an alert SMS via GSM network automatically to users. The system has the capability to control through internet, where the subject of received email is read by the developed algorithm fed into Raspberry pi and then the system responds to the corresponding instruction with high security. The user can directly log in and interact with the embedded device in real time without the need to maintain an additional server. Here the project also proposes the sensors interfacing with the controller and GSM modem too.If there is the Gas detection or fire the message will be sent through the GSM. The system is modularly built, allowing different modules to be added. In addition, it is flexible to accommodate a wide range of measurement devices with appropriate interfaces. It has a variety of features such as energy efficient, intelligence, low cost, portability and high performance

    Design and implementation home security system and monitoring by using wireless sensor networks WSN/internet of things IOT

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    The dramatic advancments on communication and networking technologies have led to the emergence of Internet-of-Things (IoT). IoT technology has opened the door for various applications. In particular, the home automation was one of the common applications that took the advantage of IoT. Several research efforts have addressed the home automation system using IoT covering wide range of functionalities. One of the concerning tasks is providing a secure system that can give alarms for suspicious activities within the house. This paper presents a secure house system based on IoT where several activities are being sensed and detected. Specifically, gas, humidity, body temperature and motion have been considered within the sensing based on two main types of micro-controller including Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Consequentially, an Android prototype has bene developed in order to give an interactive interface for warning the house owner regarding any suscpicious activities. Results of simulation demonstrated the efficancy of the proposed syste

    Infrastructure Control & Automation System (ICAS): An IOT based Home Automation

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    The Infrastructure Control and Automation System (ICAS) is that solution which is a counterpart of the existing conventional systems for managing the basic amenities of any infrastructure. Be it a home where the system can control any number of appliances using a wireless handheld interface for the whole infrastructure, and also gives an ease to installing any number of new devices/appliances/sensors to the existing structure with simplicity due to its modular and plug and play design. And also now you home will feel alive as each and every small section of it is linked together with an interactive interface that also suggests ways to achieve the proper energy management and also provides results on the basis of real time usage analysis and other information such as faults and inefficiencies

    NTA-IOT: A FLEXIBLE AND MODULAR ARCHITECTURE FOR IOT APPLICATIONS

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    This work introduces the NTA-IoT, an abstract IoT architecture that is intended to be flexible and modular, in order to serve as a generic guide tool for developing IoT projects. The model is composed of two types of layers: base layers and support layers, with each layer providing a particular service in the IoT infrastructure. Some considerations and possible roles for building IoT projects following the NTA-IoT architecture are also detailed. Finally, this paper presents an example of a concrete implementation of the architecture on a home automation problem, based on the use of different technologies such as KNX, MQTT and the Outsystems platform to build a functional end-to-end IoT project. The correct functioning of this implementation shows that the architecture is, in fact, consistent and well-suited to serve as strategic guide to carry IoT projects with satisfactory results. Although the case study presented in this work is applied to home automation, the framework is hoped to be applicable to any type of project
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