Here you can find the solidly researched home automation projects along with sources like circuit diagrams, codes, and most of the curated data. We know that we can see smart homes everywhere these days. With the advancements in technology, life is made very easy. There are many technologies used for automating homes depending on the cost, accuracy required by the consumer. Here is a list of home automation systems using different technologies category-wise. These are very useful for students and professionals who want to build smart homes.
Tasmota Home Automation System Using ESP8266
In this project, we are going to build a Tasmota Home Automation System with Alexa controlled features. Here we use the ESP8266 NodeMCU module as it is cheaper than ESP32. With the help of this project, we can operate 4 home appliances through the Tasmota dashboard, Alexa device and also physical switches. We can also operate this system by controlling the relays from the Alexa app from anywhere in the world. Internet issue is common in rural areas. So if there is no internet you can operate those appliances by manual switches.
Alexa Home Automation System Using Arduino IoT & ESP8266
In this project, we are going to build an Alexa Home Automation System with Arduino IoT cloud. Here we use the ESP8266 NodeMCU module. With the help of this project, we can operate 4 home appliances (Which can be modified according to your needs) through Arduino IoT Cloud dashboard, Alexa and mechanical switches. We can also operate this system by controlling the relays from the Alexa app from any place in the world. Internet issue is very common in rural areas. So if there is no internet you can operate those appliances by manual switches.
Smart Home Automation With Humidity-Controlled Using Blynk
However the purpose of this article, home automation is to make it easy for the do-it-yourself by employing computer software that will become the artificial intelligence to manage controllable tasks through the system. The projects in this article will allow an operator to operate the high-end smart home automation system.
Home Automation System Using ESP8266 WiFi Module
In this project, we are going to build a home automation system using Arduino and WiFi module ESP8266. For control relays, we use manual switches and smartphones. This project can sense sunlight and room temperature to turn on and off lights and fans automatically.