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A Novel Design for Home Automation by Integrating Solar based System with Internet of Things.

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  • Department of Computer Science and Applications, Maharshi Dayanand University (Campus), Rohtak - 124001, Haryana, India

Abstract


In this research we have made a novel design for home automation by integrating solar based system with Internet of Things. The main motive of research is to simulate domestic device with integration of Solar based energy system. Here we have simulated the power consumption of home appliances. Energy source is solar system in this research. Solar operated system works with battery. The power is consumed as the devices are switch on. IOT based online simulator that will keep track of status of all device in remote database server.

Keywords

Home Automation, IoT, Smart Grid, Solar System, SOA (System Oriented Architecture), Web Services.

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