IOT Home Automation over the Cloud

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Home automations give full management and versatile watching of home appliances for exaggerated comfort, economical energy use, prices saving, improved safety and security, and have driven the event of assorted sensible homes technologies. This paper presents the implementation of a home automation system utilizing the web of Things (iot) technology. This work tackles the issues of quality and incompatible standards inherent within the existing home automation solutions employing a strong distributed computing approach. During this project mobile phones, computer & web as device application for the appliances. Still as GAS outflow monitor on web. That is employed in any general automation via web. Todays in Republic of India ninety four population used smartphone, computer and web. Therefore here used web OF THINGS idea that physical hardware devices connected to the web and obtaining knowledge on web additionally management appliances from internet. This method will use any application for dominant and watching from or to web.

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