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Industrial Arts - 10th

Creating a DIY Smart Home Automation System

In this project, students will learn how to create a smart home automation system using Arduino and various sensors. The project will cover the following learning outcomes:

  • Understand the basics of Arduino programming and electronics
  • Know how to use sensors to detect changes in the environment
  • Can create a smart home automation system that can control lights, fans, and other appliances

Methodology

The project will be divided into three phases:

  1. Introduction to Arduino and electronics
  2. Building the smart home automation system
  3. Testing and troubleshooting the system

Resources/Materials Required

  • Arduino Uno board
  • Breadboard
  • Jumper wires
  • LEDs
  • Light sensor
  • Temperature and humidity sensor
  • Relay module
  • Smartphone or tablet with Bluetooth connectivity

Instructions

Phase 1: Introduction to Arduino and electronics

  • Introduce students to the basics of Arduino programming and electronics
  • Provide hands-on activities to help students understand how to use the Arduino board and breadboard
  • Teach students how to use sensors to detect changes in the environment

Phase 2: Building the smart home automation system

  • Provide students with a schematic diagram of the smart home automation system
  • Guide students in building the system using the provided materials
  • Teach students how to program the Arduino board to control the sensors and appliances

Phase 3: Testing and troubleshooting the system

  • Have students test the system to ensure that it is working properly
  • Encourage students to troubleshoot any issues that arise during testing
  • Provide guidance and support as needed

Activities

  • Hands-on activities to help students understand the basics of Arduino programming and electronics
  • Building the smart home automation system using the provided materials
  • Programming the Arduino board to control the sensors and appliances
  • Testing and troubleshooting the system to ensure that it is working properly

Assessment

Assessment will be based on the following criteria:

  • Completion of the smart home automation system
  • Functionality of the system
  • Ability to troubleshoot and fix any issues that arise
  • Understanding of Arduino programming and electronics

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