Home Heat Hub

A project undertaken during the Physical Computing Level 8 module at Napier University

Abstract

The Home Heat Hub project was brought about by a desire to design and build an inexpensive
intelligent heating control system for the home. An all-encompassing device which would sense the
room temperature, have local controls and a web interface to control and monitor from literally
anywhere.

At the heart of the design is an Arduino Nano microcontroller which reads from a temperature sensor
and controls the heating via a relay module. The system is equipped with an LCD display with
buttons for local control and a wireless device to communicate with a locally hosted webserver.

Home Heat Hub
Home Heat Hub – Complete

The Home Heat Hub is not a complete operational unit at this stage, 2 separate programs are
required for full functionality. All deliverables have been approached with future works planned to
bring everything together.

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Author: Brian Lawes

A lover of how things work. Currently diving deep into the world of ServiceNow. Implementing Security Incident Response, Vulnerability Response, Threat Intelligence and developing cutting edge SecOps integrations. BEng(Hons) Computer Security & Forensics degree at Edinburgh Napier University. A Marine Mechanic to trade, also specialised in electrical/mechanical repair & maintenance.

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