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An Intelligent, Secure, and Smart Home Automation System

Table 1

Previous studies and the research gap.

Work yearSensor/technology usedPurposeLimitation

[19] 2020ArduinoTmega2560, IoTAssist handicapped people to control home appliancesUnsecured authentication of users
[20] 2019Elegoo Mega 2560, Web ServerIntimate owner about the door opening event in the home or officeA registration system requires keeping track of signals between multiple transmitters.
[21] 2018Arduino UNO, ESP-8266, local Wi-FiRemotely control electrical and electronic devices in the homeMore time delay in turn on/off of an appliance
[22] 2017Wireless sensor networkProvide novel secured and energy efficient home automationExpensive; only shows temperature
[23] 2016Electrical switch, InternetRegular monitoring of home appliancesLack of secured communication among connected devices
[24] 2015GPRS, speech recognitionRemote operating of electrical devices in homeLack of security and user authentication
[25] 2013Android ADKSupport handicapped and old-age people to control home appliancesLimited control of light and device on/off
[26] 2011BluetoothCell phone-based control of home appliancesLimited GUI support for Symbian OS cell phones; limited range (50–100 m)
[14] 2009ZigBee microcontrollerConnectivity of devices within the homeShort range; low data speed
[15] 2002BluetoothControl home appliancesIntrusiveness of the installation
[16] 2004Personal computer (PC) based web server (Java-based technology)Remotely connectivity of devicesIntrusive and expensive wired installation
[17] 1998Phone-based controllerRemotely control home appliancesNo graphical user interface
[18] 1993Novel control network (hand gesture technology)Remote control of objects using free-hand gesturesInaccuracy of hand gestures; user fatigue if repetitive hand gestures are required

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