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Simple home automation with Arduino and Raspberry Pi [Project]
posted June 4 2014 12:56.59 by spic0m




After being disappointed with various connected and home automation products on the market, Daniel Nordness created his own system based on open-source hardware and software that easily allows for control of door locks, WiFI-enabled light bulbs and power outlets.

The electronics interfacing with the devices under control is wired to an Arduino which in turn communicates with a Raspberry Pi that takes care of the web front-end and control from afar. This runs the open-source Flask microframework for python which makes the system completely customisable.

[Link: freetronics]
 
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