Visible to the public Design of a Smart Home System Using Bluetooth Protocol

TitleDesign of a Smart Home System Using Bluetooth Protocol
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsZondo, S., Ogudo, K., Umenne, P.
Conference Name2020 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Computing and Data Communication Systems (icABCD)
KeywordsBars, Bluetooth, Bluetooth based smart home automation system, Bluetooth protocol, bluetooth security, centralized control unit, composability, Diptrace software, fully functional smart home prototype, Home appliances, home automation, home processes, Human Behavior, main processer, Micro-controller, microcontrollers, mobile phones, PCB layout design, Peripheral interface controller microcontroller, peripheral interfaces, printed circuit layout, Protocols, pubcrawl, relay, resilience, Resiliency, security systems, sensor, Smart homes, Switches, unit system
AbstractHome automation is an intelligent, functional as a unit system that facilitates home processes without unnecessarily complicating the user's life. Devices can be connected, which in turn connect and talk through a centralized control unit, which are accessible via mobile phones. These devices include lights, appliances, security systems, alarms and many other sensors and devices. This paper presents the design and implementation of a Bluetooth based smart home automation system which uses a Peripheral interface controller (PIC) microcontroller (16F1937) as the main processer and the appliances are connected to the peripheral ports of the microcontroller via relays. The circuit in the project was designed in Diptrace software. The PCB layout design was completed. The fully functional smart home prototype was built and demonstrated to functional.
Citation Keyzondo_design_2020