The organizing of a wireless remote light control system using bluetooth

Tammam Dawood,
Moscow Technical University of Telecommunication and Informatics, Moscow, Russia

Mikhail Stepanov,
Moscow Technical University of Telecommunication and Informatics, Moscow, Russia

DOI: 10.36724/2664-066X-2022-8-2-13-18

SYNCHROINFO JOURNAL. Volume 8, Number 2 (2022). P. 13-18.


With the introduction of the Internet of Things, the research and implementation of home automation are getting more popular. Much of the research attention has been given in academia which made use of different wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee… etc. to support remote transfer of data. In this paper we design a prototype of a home automation lighting system that can be remotely switched on/off by an android application via Bluetooth. Affordability of smart phones had made majority of people to be attached to their phones. A mobile phone has become an inseparable part of human life which is an opportunity for us to take this advantage to manage power usage at home and provide convenience to users by integrating it in smart home. A lot of countries are suffering from huge power shortages which resulted in serious inconvenience to the socio-economic growth. Consumers had opted for other alternative such as the use of solar energy, generators, biogas and firewood of which some of these means destroy the ecosystem and emit poisonous gases into the atmosphere. As nations, there is need to look for ways that manage and control available power together with load shading.

Keywords: Internet of things, Bluetooth Low Energy, Home Automation System, Android, Lightning System, Arduino.


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