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  1. 1. A GSM, Internet and Speech Controlled Wireless Interactive Home Automation System Abstract The home - automation today needs to make use of the latest technological components available. In this paper,we present the design &implementation of a home automation system where communication technologies GSM(Global System for Mobile Comm) Internet, and speech recognition have been used. All these techniques are successfully merged in a single wireless home automation system.This system offers a complete,low cost, powerful and user friendly way of real-time monitoring and remote control of a house.
  2. 2. A Mobile Gateway for Remote Interaction With Wireless Sensor Networks Abstract Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) almost invariably support a centralized network management model. Though the data gathering function is conducted remotely,such data are usually routed via data sinks to central servers for processing, storage,visualization, and interpretation. However,the issue of supporting remote access to WSNs and individual sensor nodes whilst in their physical environment has not been viewed as a priority. It is envisaged that this situation will change as WSNs proliferate in a range of domains, and the potential for supporting innovative revenue-generating services manifest themselves. As a step towards realizing such access, a mobile gateway has been designed and implemented.This gateway supports Zigbee as this is the predominant protocol supported by WSNs. Furthermore, it also supports Bluetooth, thereby facilitating interaction with conventional mobile devices. The gateway is programmable according to the needs of arbitrary services and applications
  3. 3. A Robot that Approaches Pedestrians Abstract When robots serve in urban areas such as shopping malls, they will often be required to approach people in order to initiate service. This paper presents a technique for human–robot interaction that enables a robot to approach peoplewho are passing through an environment. For successful approach, our proposed planner first searches for a target person at public distance zones anticipating his/her future position and behavior. It chooses a person who does not seem busy and can be reached from a frontal direction.Once the robot successfully approaches the person within the social distance zone, it identifies the person’s reaction and provides a timely response by coordinating its body orientation. The system was tested in a shopping mall and compared with a simple approaching method. The result demonstrates a significant improvement in approaching performance; the simple method was only 35.1% successful, whereas the proposed technique showed a success rate of 55.9%.
  4. 4. An Embedded Systems Laboratory to Support Rapid Prototyping of Robotics and the Internet of Things Abstract This paper describes a new approach for a course and laboratory designed to allow students to develop low-cost prototypes of robotic and other embedded devices that feature Internet connectivity, I/O, networking, a real-time operating system (RTOS), and object-oriented C/C++. The application programming interface (API) libraries provided permit students to work at a higher level of abstraction. A low-cost 32-bit SOC RISC microcontroller module with flash memory, numerous I/O interfaces, and on-chip networking hardware is used to build prototypes. A cloud-based C/C++ compiler is used for software development. All student files are stored on a server, and anyWeb browser can be used for software development. Breadboards are used in laboratory projects to rapidly build prototypes of robots and embedded devices using the microcontroller, networking, and other I/O subsystems on small breakout boards. The commercial breakout boards used provide a large assortment of modern sensors, drivers, display ICs, and external I/O connectors. Resources provided include eBooks, laboratory assignments, and extensive Wiki pages with schematics and sample microcontroller application code for each breakout board.
  5. 5. An Intelligent Self-Adjusting Sensor for Smart Home Services based on ZigBee Communications Abstract Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have been becoming increasingly essential in recent years because of their ability to manage real-time situational information for various novel services. Recently, the scope of the WSN technologies has been expanded to places such as the home, in order to provide the residents with various intelligent services, such as home automation services or home energy management services. However, due to their architectural constraints, such as the trade-off between the performance and cost, WSNs are not effectively implemented in home environments.Therefore,this paper proposes a ZigBee-based intelligent self-adjusting sensor (ZiSAS) in order to address these concerns.This paper presents a situation- based self adjusting scheme, an event- based self - adjusting sensor network, and hardware and middleware implementation.We also introduce some smart home services using the proposed system. We implemented our system in real test bed and conducted an experiment. Our experiment shows that we reduce the system’s energy consumption.
  6. 6. Application of Temperature Compensated Ultrasonic Ranging for Blind Person and Verification Using MATLAB Abstract This paper contains a method to implement a mobility aid for blind person and also can be used in automatic robots, self- propelling vehicles in automated production factories etc. Model contains signal processing unit with PIC microcontroller which receives data from Ultrasonic sensor and the Temperature sensor then processed it and delivers it to the computer using serial input/output port & gives alert to the blind person using voice processor with earphone. Paper contains temperature compensation method to reduce the error in measurement of distance using ultrasonic sensors. Signalprocessing unit contains PIC microcontroller which is used for interfacing between different sensors and computer.Then received data is verified using MATLAB.
  7. 7. Remote-Controllable Power Outlet System for Home Power Management Abstract In this paper we describe the Wireless PowerControlled Outlet Module (WPCOM) with a scalable mechanism for home power management which we havedeveloped. The WPCOM integrates the multiple AC power sockets and a simple low-power microcontroller into a power outlet to switch the power of the sockets ON/OFF and to measure the power consumption of plugged electric home appliances. Our WPCOM consists of six scalable modules, that is, the Essential Control Module, the Bluetooth Module, the GSM Module, the Ethernet Module, the SD Card Module and the Power Measuring Module, which together provide an indoor wireless, and an outdoor remote control and monitor of electric home appliances. We have designed a PDA control software and remote control software which support the Graphic User Interface, thus allowing the user to easily monitor the electric home appliances through the PDA and the Internet individually. In addition, we use a Short Message Service to achieve control and monitoring through a GSM cellular mobile phone for remote use anytime and anywhere.
  8. 8. Remote Monitoring System of ECG and Body Temperature Signals Abstract The paper presents a remote monitoring system for Electrocardiographic and temperature signals.The system consists of a hardware module for acquisition, a Bluetooth transmission module and finally a displaying module(PC or mobile devices). Information is sent via IP (GPRS or WiFi) to a database server containing clinical data, which can be accessed through a web application. The system was assessed by testing different patients with the support of a medical doctor, obtaining a positive performance.
  9. 9. Remote-Control System of High Efficiency and Intelligent Street Lighting Using a ZigBee Network of Devices and Sensors Abstract The proposed remote-control system can optimize management and efficiency of street lighting systems. It uses ZigBee-based wireless devices which enable more efficient street lamp- system management,thanks to an advanced interface and control architecture. It uses a sensor combination to control and guarantee the desired system parameters;the information is transferred point by point using ZigBee transmitters and receivers and is sent to a control terminal used to check the state of the street lamps and to take appropriate measures in case of failure.
  10. 10. Secure Wireless Monitoring And Control Systems For Smart Grid and Smart Home Abstract Secure and efficient communication between human being and managed devices is critical for Smart Grid & Smart Home.This article considers architecture and design of a secure access gateway(SAG) for home area networks.The SAG serves as the interface between the remote users & the managed devices, such that real time secure monitoring & control of the devices can be achieved through a Smart Phone. We try to address the security and capacity challenges using multilayer techniques. Security enhancement is ensured through network layer protocol development,as well as inherently secure physical layer transceiver design. Capacity improvement is achieved using dynamic Resource management. Remote monitoring and control of home/ office devices through a Smart Phone is coming closer to us more than ever before.