Smart Home Automation Using Fuzzy Logic and Internet of Things Technologies

  • Jignasha SosaEmail author
  • Jyoti Joglekar
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 98)


At present, the home appliances such as light, fan, air conditioner, refrigerator, exhaust fan etc., are monitored in a manual way. With the advances of IoT technologies smart home automation is introduced for better service and optimum energy consumption. The proposed system uses Internet of Things technologies with primary goal to focus on the automatic control and monitoring of the appliances such as light and fan, without human efforts and to provide the manual operation of the appliances. This system provides an efficient energy management while using home appliances. In the proposed Home automation system the two smart devices work automatically by taking human presence and environment factors as an input and accordingly deliver a complete home automation system as an output. The energy saving and hence management can be done when smart light and smart fan switched off automatically when there is no presence of human being in the room using IR motion sensor inputs. Smart tube is automated using LDR sensor and IR motion sensor while smart fan is automated using temperature and humidity sensor with fuzzy logic as well as IR motion sensor. A mobile application is developed which is a user interface to control the devices.


Home automation Fuzzy logic Smart fan Smart light Arduino uno Internet of things 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer EngineeringK. J. Somaiya College of EngineeringMumbaiIndia

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