I will be seeking help from skilled people, but I'd like to know if the following is feasible.
A controller using the Arduino to control a home brewery, via a web browser interface, wirelessly.
Essentially, I want to be able to turn on outputs via relays for 2 pumps and a heating element.
I know the Arduino can control these, it's more the web browser and wireless aspects I would like to know about.
Regarding these: I want to be able to specify a process based on the concept of a 'state machine'. The various settings such as temperature and duration at certain steps in the process need to be user adjustable, and able to be saved to the device the browser is running on - let's say a PC.
There need to be 'buttons' on the web page to allow for input into the process.
The solution will be in an enclosure attached to equipment - embedded, with the only interface being the browser.
(This approach is currently available - but not quite suitable for me - with the BCS460:http://embeddedcc.com/http://embeddedcc.com/screenshots.html
So is an Arduino a good choice for this, or should I be looking at a Raspberry PI or something else? What 'sheilds' or other boards would be necessary to use with an Arduino based system?