A Scenario-Based Mobile Application for Robot-Assisted Smart Digital Homes

  • Manashty A
  • Rajabzadeh A
  • Jahromi Z
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Smart homes are becoming more popular, as every day a new home appliance can be digitally controlled. Smart Digital Homes are using a server to make interaction with all the possible devices in one place, on a computer or webpage. In this paper we designed and implemented a mobile application using Windows Mobile platform that can connect to the controlling server of a Smart Home and grants the access to the Smart Home devices and robots everywhere possible. UML diagrams are presented to illustrate the application design process. Robots are also considered as devices that are able to interact to other object and devices. Scenarios are defined as a set of sequential actions to help manage different tasks all in one place. The mobile application can connect to the server using GPRS mobile internet and Short Message System (SMS). Interactive home map is also designed for easier status-checking and interacting with the devices using the mobile phones.

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  • automated digital homes
  • controls
  • general packet radio service
  • gprs
  • mobile applications
  • remote home
  • robot assisted home
  • scenario based smart home
  • short message system
  • smart homes
  • sms

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  • Ali Reza Manashty

  • Amir Rajabzadeh

  • Zahra Forootan Jahromi

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