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    • 1. ANURAHOME AUTOMATION SYSTEMJonathan BishopTim HebertDenis Coady
    • 2. Introduction• Product Vision: To create a simple to use,inexpensive, wireless home automationframework.• Product Owners: Us• Target Audience: Homeowners who want tosave money and/or have more interaction withtheir home.
    • 3. Cloud Server• Aggregates sensor data• Allows internet viewing of collected data• Allows internet setting of actuator values• Runs “Apps” to modify actuators based on sensorreadings• Allows users to write/install their own Apps• Sends Alert messages via email/text message
    • 4. System Coordinator• Connects to Cloud Service via LAN TCP/IP• Connects to End-nodes via 2.4GHz Zigbee• Maintains reliable connections between the systemparts• Pings Cloud for Latency• Pings End-nodes for Battery Life and SignalStrength• Displays debug/help information on LCD• Status LEDs
    • 5. End Nodes• Connects to System Coordinator via 2.4GHz Zigbee• Registers address, sensors, and actuators at power-on• Sends sensor and actuator values every minute• System Coordinator can set actuator values and querysensor values• HVAC Node:• Occupancy Sensor• Temperature Sensor• Servo Output for Vents/Blinds• TRIAC Node:• 6 Toggleable, dimmable outlets• Gas Node:• Carbon Monoxide Sensor• Natural Gas Sensor• Ethanol Sensor
    • 6. Roadblocks• No parts until week 6• CCS doesn’t allow non-volatile programming• Xbee AT Command Mode• Bug Deadlock

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