Raspberry Pi Home Automation with Arduino

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Packt Publishing, 2013 - 176 pagine
Low-cost and high-performing, with a massively diverse range of uses and applications, the Raspberry Pi is set to revolutionize the way we think about computing and programming. By combining the Raspberry Pi with an Arduino board you'll be able to revolutionize the way you interact with your home and become part of a rapidly growing group of hobbyists and enthusiasts.

This essential reference will guide you through a series of exciting projects that will allow you to automate your very own home. With easy-to-follow, step-by-step examples, diagrams, and explanations you will not only find it incredibly productive but also highly engaging and informative.

Assuming no prior knowledge, our detailed practical examples will guide you through building hardware and software solutions using the Raspberry Pi and Arduino. You will learn how you can use thermistors and relays to keep cool and stay in the shade whilst also utilizing electrical motors and photoresistors. These meticulously designed tutorials will form the basis of automating your entire home and getting you started with dozens of potential projects.

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Andrew K Dennis is an R&D software developer at Prometheus Research. Prometheus Research is leading provider of integrated data management for research and the home of HTSQL, an open source navigational query language for RDMS. Andrew has a Diploma in Computing and a BS in Software Engineering and is currently studying a second BS in Creative Computing in his spare time. He has over 10 years' experience working in the software industry in the UK, Canada, and USA. This experience includes e-Learning courseware development, custom CMS and LMS development, SCORM consultancy, web development in a variety of languages, open source application development, blogging about the integration of web technologies with electronics for home automation, and punching lots of Cat5 cables. His interests include web development, e-Learning, 3D printing, Linux, the Raspberry Pi and Arduino, open source projects, home automation and the use of web technology in this sphere, amateur electronics, home networking, and software engineering.

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