Development of Microcontroller Based Classroom Automation
Shinde Poorva M.,  Shinde Pooja R.,  Waragade Pooja C.
Now a days, one of the main problems that of we face is that electricity wastage. In our homes, schools, colleges and industries, we see that fans and lights are often kept ON even if nobody in the room or area or passage. To avoid such a situation we have designed this paper “Classroom Automation”. In our paper, along with appliances control (i.e. fans and lights) we have incorporated “Attendance Monitoring” and “Message Transmission”. Modern day class rooms are equipped with electronic devices that have supporting software to improve and facilitate teaching methods. However, it is often seen that significant class time is wasted on taking attendance, or the class may face interruption due to late entries of students and disturbances such as the manual control of fan and light. Therefore, to overcome these problems a feasible system is created in this thesis paper that will have no physical intervention from teachers, students or floor attendance. Hence, the system will facilitate the smooth running of the scheduled classes at our university, and minimize time loss. Thus in short the main aim of our paper is to save electricity, time and help in functioning of classroom system smoothly.
Keywords- Automatic attendance, Load control and message transmission
Cite this Article
Shinde Poorva M.,  Shinde Pooja R.,  Waragade Pooja C.,   "Development of Microcontroller Based Classroom Automation"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.4, Issue 1, pp.652-654, March 2016, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR1601111.pdf