Implementation of Wireless Sensor Network for Home Appliances Control Using IoT

  • Geddam Bharat Raj
  • R. TamilkodiEmail author
  • P. Siva PrasadEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Learning and Analytics in Intelligent Systems book series (LAIS, volume 3)


To help, keep up open to living conditions inside a home, home observing, and mechanization are used. Making the house savvy is to take into consideration astute programmed executing of a few directions in the wake of investigating the gathered information. Mechanization can be practiced by utilizing the Internet of Things (IOT). This gives the occupant gets to specific information in the house and the capacity to control a few parameters remotely. The fundamental point of proposed framework is to plan of IOT based detecting and observing framework for shrewd home computerization. In this framework we are utilizing Temperature, LDR, and Gas sensor for detecting condition. As indicated by the sensor esteems the gadgets will control by microcontroller.


Microcontroller GPRS Temperature LDR Gas sensor 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of CAGodavari Institute of Engineering and TechnologyRajahmundryIndia

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