Home Control Center using BeagleBone Green Wireless

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SeeedStudio BeagleBone Green Wireless(SeeedStudio BBG Wireless) is a joint effort by BeagleBoard.org and Seeed Studio. The BBG Wireless has included two Grove connectors and support mraa library, making it easier to connect to the large family of Grove sensors. The on-board HDMI is removed to make room for these Grove connectors and add a wireless chip on the board, it supports WiFi and Bluetooth.


In this project, I use a Grove Base Cape for BeagleBone for using other Grove modules such as Grove - Air Quality sensor to monitor the air quality in your house and Grove – Temperature Sensor to sense the temperature as well as a Grove – Relay to control your table lamp or something else.

We can view the sensor value from the web, and the web server is running on Beaglebone Green Wireless, so until now the web is only can be accessed in local area network.

Well, let’s get started with the journey of making.

STEP1:HARDWARE WORK

STEP2: WIRING

STEP3: CONNECT TO YOUR BEAGLEBONE GREEN WIRELESS

STEP4: SOFTWARE WORK

STEP5: THE RESULT

MAKE. INVENT. DO.

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