Raspberry Pi based Implementation of Internet of Things using Mobile Messaging Application - ‘Telegram’

  title={Raspberry Pi based Implementation of Internet of Things using Mobile Messaging Application - ‘Telegram’},
  author={Vedang Ratan Vatsa and Gopal Singh},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
Home automation is turning out to be mainstream day by day because of its various points of interest. This can be accomplished either by local network administration or by using a remote control. This paper focuses on planning an essential home automation application using Raspberry Pi through perusing the content of the message sent from a cloud-based messaging mobile application Telegram, the algorithm for it has been developed in the python environment which is also the default programming… 
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