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Home Automation using Raspberry Pi 2 and Windows 10 IoT © CC BY-NC
Automated Home using Raspberry Pi 2 (Windows 10 IoT Core) and Arduino.

https://create.arduino.cc/projecthub/AnuragVasanwala/home-automation-0dcefc#.V1aCDquo52Y.twitter

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Thats good to know. But i have done it before. Using raspberry pi 2 with raspbian. I want minimum resources thats why using arduino.

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Anurag verma I just messaged the maker who wrote that post, Anurag Vasanwala, and invited him to join your project. Check out his Linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anurag-vasanwala-35a322bb

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Abhi Verma Anurag Vasanwala, the programmer who I told you posted a Home Automation project using RaspberryPi on another maker platform, just told me he will join Collaborizm. I will encourage him to join your project. Here’s his Linkedin summary:

I am passionate programmer and would like to explore new technologies, how they works and how to modify them to eliminate their limitations.

I am strongly preferring Microsoft .Net Framework and Visual Studio as my primary development tools for software and Arduino & Linux for embedded systems.

Arduino and Windows IoT are favourite. I’m super passionate about Windows since I saw Windows 95. It is all time my favourite platform. I’m active .Net programmer since 2005 and have worked on several .Net projects based on AzureSQL, networking, security, UI/UX and guided vehicles.

With the release of Windows IoT for Raspberry Pi 2, its one of my favourite platform. My goal is to make this awesome technology accessible for everyone by providing easy-to-follow tutorials and providing helpful answers to the community here and around the web.

In free time, working on BeagleBone Black & Raspberry Pi and enjoying linux environment.

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I have done that before. Look at this
http://www.instructables.com/id/IoT-Raspberry-Pi-Arduino-Automation/

This time i wanna make a iot device, which will be able to connect even without wi-fi or lan. I,m gonna use gprs module for this purpose. As anyone can buy a simcard and maintain that for very affordable prices. Which makes it to the hands of more people, who can not afford broadband connection.

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The complexity of project reduces when we use gprs module. All we need to do is send a sms from user and then decode it at receiver(triac - arduino with gprs module).
or
we can also do this by creating a small html page which takes in data and uploads it to our free sql database and the receiver fetches data from the database and acts accordingly.
–> Think which one has more scope and finalize one. Then we can either work on receiver part of gprs module or TX and RX part of database.

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The second one is better. Sms control is fast but expensive as well and less secure.
While that html fetch process is much better and got something hard to learn. I always wanna learn odd things.

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