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International Journal of Research and Innovation in Applied Science (IJRIAS) |Volume VII, Issue IX, September 2022|ISSN 2454-6194

Bluetooth And Arduino Uno-Based Voice-Controlled Home Automation System

Modupe E. Sanyaolu, Victoria O. Amolegbe, Alexander A. Willoughby
Department of Physical Sciences, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Redeemer’s University, PMB 230, Ede, Osun State, Nigeria

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Abstract: People nowadays seek strategies to improve their lifestyles by utilizing the most up-to-date technologies. Also, the physically challenged find it difficult to do minor tasks alone in the home. Home automation systems are getting more attention coinciding with developments in the Internet of Things. In line with assistive technology, this project demonstrates the implementation of a low-cost home automation system by designing and building a microcontroller-based system for controlling and monitoring home devices with the use of a voice remote control system that allows data to be transferred through wireless media. The technology is simple to use and is built on an Android-based smartphone with an easy interface. Demonstrations reveal that the system makes it easier for the system’s intended users (the elderly and the disabled) to operate lighting, heating, cooling, and security systems in their homes.

Keywords: Arduino, home automation, voice, internet of things, disabled

I. INTRODUCTION

A utomation is becoming increasingly important in daily life and the global economy. Engineers try to construct complicated systems by combining automated equipment with mathematical and organizational tools for a continuously growing range of applications and human activities. As technology and intelligent services have developed, people’s expectations and ideas about how services should be offered and accessed at home have changed significantly. This has enabled the transformation of the traditional home into a smart home; thus, the concept of home automation systems has evolved. Home automation refers to integrating all domestic amenities and equipment. The term “home automation system” allows end-users to control and manage their electric appliances [1]. For instance, a centrally controlled microcontroller panel can handle everything from heating and air conditioning to security systems, lighting, and other electrical appliances [2]. Controlling components of our home remotely via a computer or mobile device, programming electrical items to respond automatically to certain conditions or scenarios, or centralizing the control of a range of the home’s appliances into a single control point are all examples of home automation [3]. Many well-known home automation systems, such as Arduino-based home automation systems, rely on wired connections. This is not a problem until the system is developed ahead of time and installed during the building’s physical construction. However, the cost of implementation for existing structures is relatively expensive.