This project is submitted to Deakin University, School of IT, for Unit SIT210 - Embedded Systems Development.
Security call system by using PIR Sensor and Arduino
Experience the power of automation with your voice and touch. Feel the magic of automated light & also design multi-alert system for danger.
How to build a home surveillance system with a RaspberryPI, a motion sensor, a camera, and a Telegram bot.
Contactless doorbell which annouce on email when you have a visitor, and also ring when the visitor approach his hand.
This is an Arduino camera module, using the surveillance camera's digital image processing chip-OV0706.
A model of home security system that utilized sensors and internet to monitor the security status in real-time.
Secure your house by implementing this handy automatic door management system.
You're at your Office and want to know about your home? Control your household devices and get alerts about home no matter wherever you are!
There have been previous ESP32-based camera projects. But I wanted something that supports standard RTSP video streaming.
An Alexa enabled door lock with face recognition and remote control.
Do you want to tighten your security? Want to know who is entering your room and capture their picture with an old smartphone and Arduino?
Upon scanning the right tag and entering right pass, it will open door and send confirmation message otherwise it will send alert message.
To open the door, the user will have to first scan the right tag and then he will have to enter the correct password.
A control panel powered by Raspberry Pi 3 using a touchscreen and Android Things to communicate with Home Assistant over MQTT.
An Arduino Uno project that utilizes a laser to detect when the laser beam has been interrupted.
Create a smart wireless door lock that can be unlocked by your smartphone. Only Arduino & ESP8266 is needed!
Do you want to build an easy security system? Well this is the perfect tutorial for you!
The project focuses on a real-time robust human detection and tracking system for video surveillance that can be used in varying situations.
Extending motionEyeOS on a Pi Zero to support pan/tilt servos, battery backup and an on-screen status display.
Every time a movement is detected by the sensor, a message is sent to a smartphone anywhere in the world!
This project lights a set of LED's depending upon the distance of the obstacle with respect to the ultrasonic sensor.
Why use a relay module when plain relays are cheaper? We will show you how to control your lights with an Arduino.
After you read this post, your projects will never run out of power after a power outage.