"Home automation makes true the idea of the interconnected world at the touch of your fingertips. The way devices and appliances can be networked together to provide us with seamless control over all aspects of our home and more. For example: Set a schedule to determine when you want devices to turn on and off. New home automation technology can send alerts to your smartphone and notify you about unforeseen events while you're away from home. Such as light turned on/off, water leaks, visitors at your front your door, and even remotely turning on lights while you're on vacation, at work, or anywhere else. The terminology of smart home refers to interconnected home consisting of devices that run off WiFi/Cellular to increase user experience. For example smart light switches, security systems, electrical appliances, and other devices that communicate with one another. This prototype is built with .net micro and with a bunch of sensors and relays using Netduino3 WiFi Development Board."
Creator website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amoldisale/
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