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Development of the Software Part of the Indoor Climate Control System

Student: Danila Petin

Supervisor: Sergey Polesskiy

Faculty: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Educational Programme: Information Science and Computation Technology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This paper deals with the development of the software (client) part of the indoor climate control system. The system consists of applications that interact with the user, as well as a web server for connecting applications and devices, the purpose of which is to conveniently control the climate control system developed by our colleagues. The first part of the work provides an overview of analogs and the actual implementation of our work. The second part of the work presents software documentation for the developed mobile applications, web application and web server. Provides programmer guides, user documentation and application testing methodology. Keywords: internet of things, smart home, iOS, Android, web application, web server.

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