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Smart homes IoT techniques for dynamic provision of cloud benefactors
by P. Sanjeevi; P. Viswanathan
International Journal of Critical Computer-Based Systems (IJCCBS), Vol. 7, No. 3, 2017

 

Abstract: Present years have realised the expansion of computing settings for internet of things (IoTs) amenities, which switch huge amounts of data using several devices that are continuously associated to networks. Since the information communication and amenities arise on an assortment of devices, such as household appliances, embedded devices, and sensor nodes, the dynamic provision of IoT cloud benefactors' necessities are progressively important at this juncture. This work is based on IoT for home automation which is a collection of sensors controlled by microcontroller. Through microcontroller, we direct data to the cloud server for sharing the sensor data to the cloud server and accessed through mobile app. We used cloud server as Ubidots for monitoring the sensors like gas, flame, sound, and temperature. The main inspiration of this work is to alert communication through smartphone and e-mail on any abnormal constraint. This work is intended to decrease data transmit, decrease time, cost operative and easy to use.

Online publication date: Tue, 28-Nov-2017

 

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