About: Ibrar Ayyub

Author Bio: I am an experienced technical writer with a background in computer science. Holding a Master's degree in computer science from BZU Multan University, one of the most reputable universities in Pakistan for computer science education, I possess a deep understanding of various computer science concepts and technologies. In addition to my expertise in computer science, I have a diverse range of experience in technical writing, having written for various industries including engineering, home automation, and more. My ability to communicate complex technical information in a clear and concise manner has made me a valuable asset to many organizations. My writing style is characterized by its clarity and simplicity. I am adept at breaking down complex concepts and explaining them in a way that is easy to understand for readers with different levels of technical knowledge. Furthermore, I am skilled in using various forms of media, such as infographics and diagrams, to make my writing more engaging and interactive. I have a special interest and expertise in home automation and engineering. Having written several articles and research papers on the topic, I am well known in the field. My writing on home automation and engineering is informative, accurate, and reliable, providing valuable insights on the latest technologies and trends. Overall, I am an experienced technical writer capable of providing valuable insights and information for various fields of life, particularly home automation and engineering. With my qualifications, experience, and clear, engaging writing style, I am an asset to any organization in need of technical writing services.
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Build Your Own Raspberry Pi Gamepad

Posted on: 14 May 2024

Constructing this Raspberry Pi retro video game controller is an enjoyable and relatively straightforward endeavor, albeit time-consuming. Occasionally, waves of nostalgia sweep over me as I reminisce about the video games that filled my childhood days throughout the late ’80s and ’90s. While many of my old computers and gaming consoles have faded into the […]

Guide to Creating PCBA for Bluetooth-Controlled Door Lock System

Posted on: 13 May 2024

Home automation is growing in popularity because of its ability to provide homeowners with convenience and security. In this project, we will look at how to use an Arduino Nano microcontroller to build a Bluetooth-controlled door lock system and its PCBA manufacturing process. For those who are new to electronics and Arduino programming, this project is ideal. By the […]

The Object Finding and Obstacle Avoidance Robot: A Step Towards Intelligent Machines

Posted on: 23 Apr 2024

This little helper can autonomously search for objects you specify based on their unique RGB color patterns. It then navigates its environment, closing the distance until it reaches a designated stop point, just 10 centimeters from the target. But that’s not all! While on its mission, the robot expertly avoids any obstacles in its path, […]

Beowulf Revived: Students Unite to Build High-Performance Computer Cluster

Posted on: 18 Apr 2024

Here are the key takeaways from the passage: A Beowulf cluster is an alternative to expensive supercomputers, made up of networked commodity computers that act as a single powerful machine. It offers cost-effectiveness, scalability, and a valuable learning experience for students. Building a Beowulf cluster involves planning hardware requirements, assembling individual computers, installing Linux and […]

Raspberry Pi Based Sequential Switching: A Budget-Friendly Automation Solution

Posted on: 03 Apr 2024

This commentary dives into a research paper exploring the use of a Raspberry Pi for sequential switching of industrial loads. It analyzes the project’s concept, advantages, and the hardware components involved. Abstract Breakdown The paper proposes a system utilizing a Raspberry Pi, a low-cost computer, to control and automate the switching of industrial loads in […]

Raspberry- Pi Controlled Landmine Detecting Robot

Posted on: 27 Mar 2024

Abstract – This paper proposes a solution Introduction to ground arrows. Mine detection is critical Problem in areas where the mines are vulnerable. The instrument shown in Figs This paper uses a robotic vehicle equipped with various components Various components such as metal detector and camera modules, ultrasonic sensors, etc. for automatic detection Earth’s arrows. […]

Projected Virtual Board Using Raspberry Pi

Posted on: 23 Mar 2024

Introduction The project identifies a common problem: the cumbersome nature of traditional whiteboards. It highlights the benefits of a portable virtual board system: Increased Portability: The system’s compact size makes it easier to carry around compared to traditional whiteboards. Enhanced Interactivity: The LED pen allows users to write and draw on the projected virtual board, replicating the […]

Exploring Raspberry Pi for Interactive Home Automation: An IoT Survey

Posted on: 08 Mar 2024

Abstract Home automation refers to the branch of technology dedicated to streamlining household tasks and reducing human involvement through automation techniques. The primary objective of these systems, leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT), is to enable automatic and digital control of household activities and appliances. This paper focuses on facilitating comprehensive connectivity and energy-efficient management […]

A Comparative Study on the Power Usage of Raspberry Pi Models

Posted on: 06 Mar 2024

Abstract In recent decades, there has been a notable surge in the adoption of various personal computing devices, ranging from traditional desktop computers and laptops to tablets and smartphones. A more recent addition to this lineup is the Raspberry Pi, which has gained rapid popularity since its introduction in 2012, eventually becoming the best-selling British […]

How to install AI on a Raspberry Pi 5

Posted on: 04 Mar 2024

The latest Raspberry Pi mini PC launched late last year is more powerful than anything before it and is capable of carrying out applications that were once impossible. Raspberry Pi 5 is built using the RP1 I/O controller, a package containing silicon designed in-house at Raspberry Pi. It even has enough power to run large language models locally allowing […]

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