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A non destructive basic garage opener
Create a simple home automation system using Arduino and an Android phone.
An internet-connected, servo-driven deadbolt actuator that can be operated remotely using a smartphone.
This project uses an ultrasonic sensor to "sense" if the door opens or closes.
Using the built-in reed switch on the mcMod120, we'll show you how to setup a super easy way to be alerted and track opening doors!
How to build a door sensor and monitor it from any computer on your local network, step by step.
An up to six digit number code that enables you to unlock a secret container.
This smart lock allows create rules and scheduled actions with your voice using Alexa and a new unlock feature using smartphone fingerprint.
The Simpson!!!! Door version
Open your door with a few simple taps; no keys needed!
A simple pulley system to operate the locking mechanism on a door.
An RFID based door lock with cyclops as display. The cyclops eyes will turn red on wrong RFID tag and green on authorized RFID tag.
This is a GSM modem (Siemen TC35i) that can be operated with a garage door opening and closing device.
Automate the opening and closing of a lightweight sliding door (e.g. a screen door), including remote controls on your phone.
An IoT project using a sound sensor that sends a mail to your gmail account whenever the doorbell rings.
It's got 3-factor authentication including NFC fob, touchscreen PIN entry and one-time passcode sent via SMS - then the door unlocks!
When someone opens the door, be the first to know...
This project will remind you with auditory cues and an NFC scanning system to make sure that you have your keys on the way out the door.
Using RFID card you can lock or unlock your door.
Using facial recognition to unlock a deadbolt through Netduino WiFi.
An Arduino powered Smart door lock using SmartLiving.io
We built Simple IoT Project of Door Sensor that using ESP12E and IFTTT.
Spark core that tracks when and how long the door is open. Data are published to Ubidots.com, a web-based sensor data collection.