My Arduino and Android based Smart Home (Souliss)

Hi
there are many home automation protocols in the world and i think the best one is the stable one.
i choose Souliss based home smart and i designed some boards for my home
1)gateway board:this board include Atmega328+nrf24l01+enc28j60
2)Relay and LED Board:include 2 relays , 2 opto inputs , 3 RGB channel for controlling RGB LED strip.
i have 3 nodes and 1 gateway boards now
result of this project is 3 month without reset the boards
i made a video from these boards

you can find boards file and firmware on : https://github.com/souliss

i hope this helpful for someone that looking about home smart

best regards,Joseph

As I told you on Souliss Forum, this is one of the most awesome videos about Souliss!!

I've various Souliss nodes working for a long time without problems too :) And when we've integrated the ESP WIFI we can make more interesting devices for our Souliss networks!

Ty for Sharing!!

Regards

Hello, I am beginner here, and I want to try control my light, and other electrical device with relay arduino and wifi-shield, but they are controlled with pi, can you explain to me the code and electrical wiring of it?

Hi rochmatsalim you can see all wiki about souliss project in https://github.com/souliss if this not clear to you i can help you im following this mail list https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/souliss there are a lot of people can help you to build your nodes

Hi,

I examine Souliss but I don't understand perfect. I saw example codes from Github.

I have CC3000 Wifi shield. But there isn't code for CC3000 Wifi shield on Github examples.

Can you help me? Where I can find an Android application using Arduino?

I have Arduino codes for Home Automation. It don't works now. Maybe I can fix it soon. When I fix it, I'll make control via Android App. Please help me.

"Arduino Commander" is a good app that lets you issue commands from the app by showing a visual of the board, and the user clicks on the desired pin and sets the pinMode for A/D in/out and PWM. This is good if you want to turn things on or off strictly from your Android, and not have need for added code in a sketch. I'm building a similar project that AC receptacles are turned on/off based on RTC readings and/or temp/humidity sensor readings. But I also want to get my collected data and pin states to display on my website which is why this app is no good for me. Otherwise though, it's a great app IMO, though if you are using a Mega or Due with excessive amount of IO pins, you will need a stylus or extremely tiny fingers.