ThiDom Home automation

This project uses Arduino, Raspberry and Attiny, it allows you to control nd monitor your home (AC outlet, shutters, heater, light, opening detector, temperature ...). The raspberry is the web server allowing control all arduino These can be controlled from any web browser around the world. You can use your cell phone, tablet, or computer to turn on or off the outputs. Arduino Network is a Mesh Network. If ...

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Generic Serial Bluetooth with Win 10 IoT-Core RPI2

About this project Further This project is discussed in detail in embedded101.com: "Win 10 IoT-Core: Bluetooth Universal Windows Serial App" About This project is a Universal Windows App that connects an IoT-Core device such as a Raspberry PI 2 to an embedded Bluetooth device over the Bluetooth Serial Profile using a genetic Bluetooth USB dongle. Background .Bluetooth supports peer to peer networking over a ...

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Uber Home Automation

About this project This is an open source system for integrating wireless Arduino sensors to an awesome home automation platform called OpenHAB.  It allows you to get email notifications and audio alarming based on sensor data.  The OpenHAB platform provides the mobile app server, browser based interface, actions (emails, Android/Apple push notification services), and rules engine needed to do real home aut ...

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WARAN – Home Automation

About this project I was planning to build a cheap home automation system. I want this to be a modular system so that I can keep adding sensors and devices to it without much changes. WARAN (Windows IoT, Azure, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, NRF24L01+) is a modular home automation system with consists of a single Hub and multiple modules. The module will combination of micro-controller and sensors collecting data f ...

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Home Automation using Raspberry Pi 2 and Windows 10 IoT

About this project In today's era, technology can enhance human life. Technology is evolving decade by decade. Automation was a science fiction earlier but not today. By combining latest technology with home, we can build an awesome home. With the Raspberry Pi and Windows 10, we can build a home automation system that is capable of operating home devices automatically. Getting Started Before starting the pr ...

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Foodie © GPL3+

About this project Foodie is meant to be a modular end to end weight sensor network that allows you to track food usage, provide statistics, recommend shopping lists and even more. Combining a Raspberry Pi 2 running the Windows 10 IoT Core, a Teensy, Spark, Cassandra, and Azure we get an end to end sensor consumption service that is capable of tracking food usage and tying it to individual barcodes. What Do ...

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Raspberry Pi Home Server – New project : a data recorder

This is weeks that the blog lives more than your visits and comments. Mais je n’étais pas loi Since I have Raspberry Pi, I have lots of articles on software but little about electronics lack of knowledge. Now that I know a bit more (I'm still level “But what is this capacitor thingy”), I was able to share a few experiences as the DS1820 sensor for temperature or here for a RTC clock. In fact, These articles ...

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IOT based Raspberry Pi Home Security System with Email Alert

In this IoT based Project, we will build a Home Security System using PIR Sensor and PI Camera. This system will detect the presence of Intruder and quickly alert the user by sending him a alert mail. This mail will also contain the Picture of the Intruder, captured by Pi camera. Raspberry Pi is used to control the whole system. This system can be installed at the main door of your home or office and you ca ...

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BirdBoxPi2015: Using RaspberryPi model A+

I'm running way behind this year, but I've now started building a RaspberryPi powered nest box for the 2015 season. The 2014 system will be re-assembled, bolted to the side of a tit box and used again without any real changes. But the 2015 controller version will be much smaller, and hopefully will fit inside a bird box without the need for its own enclosure. I've yet to decide whether to build this years v ...

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BirdBoxPi2015: using a Picaxe controller

Looking back at my last 2 posts, I started thinking about how I might incorporate a Picaxe into the BirdBoxPi2015 controller. Although the 8 pin Picaxe is a little more expensive than the 555 timer currently used, it does offer more flexibility. My RaspberryPi bird box system runs from a 12Volt, 12Ahour "mobility" lead-acid battery. Although the RaspberryPi only consumes a couple of watts, I don't want it r ...

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