R.S.H. – Real Smart Home (Self-defined Final Year Project)

R.S.H.’s Project Poster:

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With the emerging of the Internet of Things as the new system interconnection method, remote control and home automation became possible.

R.S.H. or “Real Smart Home” is a self-defined project (i.e. proposed and engineered by the student not by the school) consisting of the design and implementation of a system which truly adopts the word “smart” in its description, as it uses the Internet of Things fusing it with the famous concept of machine learning and pattern recognition. R.S.H. was fully designed and implemented by Jihad Dib and it included the use of different Software and Hardware skills (including 3D designing and printing).

This mixture results in a system which is able to sense a large collection of variables from the environment to the behavioural pattern of its service user in order to “learn” and recognize the user’s everyday routines and finally become able to make automated decisions based on the learned and collected data.


The project is considered a valuable addition to the world of smart homes as it introduces a new way of achieving a fully autonomous cross-platform, multiprotocol system able to detect any pattern and to learn from the detected data in order to produce a self-learned routine to-do list which can be automatically applied should the user wish to allow the system to do so. It also provides a full cross-platform communication covering most of the protocols used allowing it to be interfaced to any system/module.

Project report is available upon request.

R.S.H.’s Remote Controller (Web-App) demo:

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R.S.H. Main Controller Model


R.S.H. Demo Model
R.S.H. Demo Model – Side View
R.S.H. Demo Model – Top View
R.S.H. Core Controller