The book explains the key concepts of smart homes and provides a step by step instruction to build an Internet of Things for personal usage. It covers all major technologies and vendors: from Apple HomeKit to Z-Wave, from Google Nest to Bluetooth LE, from OpenRemote to ZigBee. It walks the reader through an actual implementation of a smart home system using state of the art technologies such as tablets, smartphones, a rule engine and the Internet in conjunction with the latest wireline and wireless home automation standards. Technologies and platforms which are used in the projects described in the book are: - Wi-Fi / WLAN - Telnet, HTTP, TCP/IP - Z-Wave - ZigBee - Drools (an open source object oriented rule engine) - OpenRemote (an open source building automation platform) - Operating systems: Mac OS X / Linux / Windows The resulting smart home control system is capable of: smartphone / tablet based display of weather and temperature WLAN / smartphone based presence control smartphone / tablet based control of lights, heating, power-outlets, consumer electronics smartphone / tablet based scenario control for scenarios such as Good Morning, Welcome, Good Night, Leaving Home operation of an audio reminder system with text-to-voice conversion of calendar items rule based scenario execution triggered by time, date, weather condition, temperature, WLAN/smartphone based presence detection automatic daily temperature report in CSV format sent via email heartbeat function to monitor system availability watchdog monitoring of the heartbeat with automatic alert emailA Step by Step Guide to Your Personal Internet of Things Othmar Kyas ... To do this we use the command java version On a new Mac, you will not find a JRE installed, and in response to the above command the system will propose to download and install a Java Runtime Environment (JRE), taking you to the Oracle website.
|Title||:||How To Smart Home|
|Publisher||:||Key Concept Press - 2015-04-02|