Scientific and Technical Journal


ISSN Print 2221-3937
ISSN Online 2221-3805
The development of hardware and software technologies in the last decade has made possible the widespread adaptation of automated dwelling control systems, under the general title "smart house".
However, in practice, the individual nature of implementing such systems, the use of technologies that require expensive installation work, as well as the expensive hardware and software is a significant deterrent to the widespread implementation of such systems. Standardization of such systems, the use of lower-cost technologies will make the living premise automation systems more accessible to the common man.
A combined control module for "smart house" system was considered. The module is based on the use of cheap wired data transmission technologies and a mobile tablet running Android. Some practical aspects of the development of the module were considered, in particular, the tablet connection to the controller, the matter of choosing the mobile device, the basic functionality of the control module, and also the command system.
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