SMART SENSING SCHEME FOR ENERGY MONITORING IN HOME AREA NETWORK
MANIMUTHU ARUNMOZHI RAMESH RAMADOSS
Sensors with IoT assistance boost the communication, monitoring, and security in Grid-connected home network unit. Segmenting of different operational units, testing and validating of grid operations in real time is difficult and requires specific network design and power monitoring framework is essential. Need for connection establishment, power loss mitigation and secure data transfer give the path for developing this framework. Internet of Things helps in making a home network to perform smarter by accessing, controlling and monitoring every electronic device operations from remote places. The primary objective of this proposed research work is to develop cost-effective adaptive IoT-HAN connected with grid and establishing energy aware routing and power management scheme. The developed design possesses state of art network design where all the home appliances are connected to central control gateway and users are authorized using a three-way security check for power data access. This design scheme helps to place network nodes, sensors, and control gateway in a predefined boundary which consumes less energy for data transfer and data processing. This proposed framework is tested in both simulation and real-time and it is compared with the existing home network systems. The test results are detailed in this paper which proves the proposed system gives very less error% in data delivery and packet loss is also very much reduced. A hardware prototype is also developed to test
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