Control Your Home with Raspberry Pi (E-book)

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Secure, Modular, Open-Source and Self-Sufficient

Ever since the Raspberry Pi was introduced, it has been used by enthusiasts to automate their homes. The Raspberry Pi is a powerful computer in a small package, with lots of interfacing options to control various devices. This book shows you how you can automate your home with a Raspberry Pi. You’ll learn how to use various wireless protocols for home automation, such as Bluetooth, 433.92 MHz radio waves, Z-Wave, and Zigbee. Soon you’ll automate your home with Python, Node-RED, and Home Assistant, and you’ll even be able to speak to your home automation system. All this is done securely, with a modular system, completely open-source, without relying on third-party services. You’re in control of your home, and no one else.

At the end of this book, you can install and configure your Raspberry Pi as a highly flexible home automation gateway for protocols of your choice, and link various services with MQTT to make it your own system. This DIY (do it yourself) approach is a bit more laborious than just installing an off-the-shelf home automation system, but in the process, you can learn a lot, and in the end, you know exactly what’s running your house and how to tweak it. This is why you were interested in the Raspberry Pi in the first place, right?

  • Turn your Raspberry Pi into a reliable gateway for various home automation protocols.
  • Make your home automation setup reproducible with Docker Compose.
  • Secure all your network communication with TLS.
  • Create a video surveillance system for your home.
  • Automate your home with Python, Node-RED, Home Assistant and AppDaemon.
  • Securely access your home automation dashboard from remote locations.
  • Use fully offline voice commands in your own language.

Download the software and view the errata for the book on GitHub.


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    SKU: 19391
    Author: Koen Vervloesem
    Language: Engels
    Pages: 331
    Format: PDF

    Description

    Secure, Modular, Open-Source and Self-Sufficient

    Ever since the Raspberry Pi was introduced, it has been used by enthusiasts to automate their homes. The Raspberry Pi is a powerful computer in a small package, with lots of interfacing options to control various devices. This book shows you how you can automate your home with a Raspberry Pi. You’ll learn how to use various wireless protocols for home automation, such as Bluetooth, 433.92 MHz radio waves, Z-Wave, and Zigbee. Soon you’ll automate your home with Python, Node-RED, and Home Assistant, and you’ll even be able to speak to your home automation system. All this is done securely, with a modular system, completely open-source, without relying on third-party services. You’re in control of your home, and no one else.

    At the end of this book, you can install and configure your Raspberry Pi as a highly flexible home automation gateway for protocols of your choice, and link various services with MQTT to make it your own system. This DIY (do it yourself) approach is a bit more laborious than just installing an off-the-shelf home automation system, but in the process, you can learn a lot, and in the end, you know exactly what’s running your house and how to tweak it. This is why you were interested in the Raspberry Pi in the first place, right?

    • Turn your Raspberry Pi into a reliable gateway for various home automation protocols.
    • Make your home automation setup reproducible with Docker Compose.
    • Secure all your network communication with TLS.
    • Create a video surveillance system for your home.
    • Automate your home with Python, Node-RED, Home Assistant and AppDaemon.
    • Securely access your home automation dashboard from remote locations.
    • Use fully offline voice commands in your own language.

    Download the software and view the errata for the book on GitHub.


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