Iot-Based Home Monitoring And Control System


  • Fidi Supriadi STMIK Sumedang
  • Esa Firmansyah STMIK Sumedang


Internet of things, Telegram, NodeMCU ESP8266


Public awareness in saving electricity at home is still minimal and inefficient, such as forgetting to turn off lights, air conditioning, or other electronic devices when traveling. This study aims to control and monitor home electronic devices. This system utilizes an Android Smartphone as a remote control using the Telegram Application.
This research method uses a prototype, the prototype is a software development method in the form of a physical working model of the system and serves as an initial version of the system. Prototyping begins with requirements gathering, involving system developers and users determining the purpose, functionality and operational requirements of the system. With steps, requirements gathering, rapid design process, build prototypes, evaluation and improvement. An IoT-based home monitoring and control system using the telegram application is one solution to provide efficiency, and protection for abandoned houses. This system utilizes the Telegram application on a smartphone that functions as a remote control, then utilizes the NodeMCU ESP8266 as a connecting medium, as well as a relay that is used as a switch. The design is carried out in two stages, namely software and hardware design. The software design includes the design of the Telegram Bot and the design for programming the NodeMCU ESP8266. The hardware design includes pinning the NodeMCU8266 to the relay and designing a prototype for a house. Testing and data analysis is carried out to find out how this system works under certain conditions. This system is made capable of being controlled on 2G, 3G, and 4G networks. Even with slow internet speed due to the type of operator, user, and distance, the system is still able to work efficiently.





How to Cite

Supriadi, F., & Firmansyah, E. (2020). Iot-Based Home Monitoring And Control System. J-Tin’s - Jurnal Teknik Informatika, 4(2). Retrieved from




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