This is an IoT (Internet of Things) project that shows how the technology can be used in a home environment to make new useful systems and also improve on the existing ones.
Background[edit | edit source]
As a result of the ongoing war in Ukraine, a lot of kids have experienced a disruption in their normal school routine. It has hindered many of them from getting quality education that they require. This project aims to help bridge the gap by offering practical training to equip them with valuable technological skills, specifically, IoT. It offers hands-on learning in an engaging and enjoyable way. They get to build a smart-house model that has an intruder detection system, temperature & humidity recording , among other things.
Benefits and criteria[edit | edit source]
The benefits of making this project are:
- It helps bridge the current gap in the education sector.
- It allows hands-on skill acquisition.
- Creates awareness on modern technological trends.
- Although we used 3D printed parts, you can use any suitable material available within your locality e.g cardboard or box.
The criteria under which this project was designed were:
- Easy assembly
- Design flexibility
Bill of materials[edit | edit source]
- PLA filament
- 3D printer
- Arduino Uno
- DHT22 sensor
- PIR sensor
- Jumper wires
- LED module
- OLED display
Assembly instructions[edit | edit source]
To produce a 3D printed house structure you need to design it first using a 3D design software e.g solidworks.
Use your 3D printer of choice to print out the various parts of the house structure that you designed.
Assemble the house structure by fixing the parts together. Integrate the development board and sensors to complete the smart-house.
Video instructions[edit | edit source]
Check out the Youtube video.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Further work[edit | edit source]
How to contribute[edit | edit source]
Contact details[edit | edit source]
Information if available