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How Does IoT Based Home Automation System Work

The release date:2021/1/13 0:00:00



The proverb says, “Necessity is the mother of invention.” Our search for a better and easy lifestyle has pushed the boundaries of technology and innovation. We want technology to touch every facet of our lives. And devices and appliances at our home are no exception to this. The purpose of a smart home automation system is to give you smart control of your everyday appliances to the tip of your finger.

 

IoT stands for Internet of Things. This technology helps you in controlling your appliances with the help of internet. The IoT based home automation system consists of servers and sensors. These servers are remote serves on the internet, which helps you manage and process the data with the help of personal computers. The way and pieces that make an IOT based home automation system works are detailed below.

 

 

The Ultimate Guide to Know About How Does IOT Based Home Automation System Work

1.Controller of IoT based home automation system

Whether you have one device or multiple sensors and appliances, the controller or hub is the most essential part of a smart home automation system. The hub is a gateway connected to a router via an ethernet cable. All the devices receive and transmit commands via the hub. And hub is also the part that communicates with the internet server or a cloud network.

 

The characteristics of a central point allow the user to communicate from remote and distant locations. However, both the hub and the user’s device should have a stable internet connection.

 

2.Smart Devices

Now in smart home automation, there can be multiple devices for various purposes. Like some appliances are for security and lighting purposes, while others are for windows and entertainment. All these devices are integrated into a network established by the gateway and connected in a mesh style network. This arrangement gives all the sensors in the network the ability to crosstalk via the main control unit.

 

 

 

3.Wireless Connectivity

Most of the IoT based home automation systems available work on three widely used wireless communication protocols. The communication among devices takes place in a mesh topology where there is no fixed path for the signals to be transmitted from sensors to controllers and vice versa. This allows flexibility because the signal will travel the shortest path available. However, one precaution must be kept in mind that sensors with different IDs cannot communicate with each other over a common channel.

 

4.Connected with the Cloud

The cloud-based computer network stores and processes data over the internet’s location. This gives users flexibility because that data can be accessed anywhere in the world. That means the user is free from the constraints of place and distance.

 

5.Real-Time Monitoring

One of the peculiar features of a smart home automation system is real-time monitoring and scheduling. Since it is connected to the internet, you can schedule or feed instructions according to your own needs. The cloud will store and process your information and will provide you output as you want. So, you will monitor everything in real-time

 

 

Although smart home automation system is easily available, HDL is the only option for qualitative automation services. It allows you to interact with the complex working methodology of the automation services quite comfortably. With easy integration across all the living entities, it makes your life easier.

 

Not only this, but HDL technical team is ready to devise new technologies according to the needs of the times. Similarly, HDL Customer Support enables the customers to exercise one of its kind experiences with their rapid and pervasive support.

 



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