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Smart Automation System for Office Environment

  title={Smart Automation System for Office Environment},
  author={Renuka N. Bhuyar},
A smart automation system for office environment is being designed in this system. Various controlling systems based on lighting, ventilating, luminance are discussed respectively. Various sensors are used to extract the real time information i.e. temperature, light intensity, humidity, smoke, motion sensor are used. This data is send to ARM 11 Controller. It is then send to PC where data is saved. Through Network switch this data is send to other PC’s. The data collected is stored as database… Expand

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