Design and realization of an NFC-driven smart home system to support intruder detection and social network integration

Jen-Jee Chen, Zheng Xun Jiang*, Yue Liang Chen, Wen Tai Wu, Jia Ming Liang

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Abstract

The internet of thing (IoT) emerges as a possible solution to realize a smart life in the modern age. In this article, we design and realize a novel near field communication (NFC)-driven smart home system for IoT, which integrates the wireless sensor network (WSN), social networks, and the cloud computing. NFC technology provides a way for users to exchange information between them and the system by simply contacting. So, we propose to use NFC as the system drive in the architecture, such that users can intuitively interact with the system and deliver their intentions. Then, the corresponding service over the system will control or adjust the "things" at home to fit users' needs. Furthermore, the proposed system provides a platform for developers to easily and rapidly implement their smart home related services. In the system, wsn sensing and control, NFC communications and identification, user profile management and preference analysis, and social network integration are all provided as platform services. We will show how the system works for home automation, intruder detection, and social network sharing.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)163-168
Number of pages6
JournalJournal of Electronic Science and Technology
Volume13
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2015

Keywords

  • Cloud computing
  • Home automation
  • Intruder detection
  • Near field communication
  • Security monitoring
  • Social networks
  • Wireless sensor network

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