Do you want to conserve energy and turn the Christmas tree lights on/off when not required? In IOT era, that can be done using MKR1000.
Project tutorial by Sameer
Trick n’ Scream!
Project tutorial by Team FD
If the WiFi connectivity goes down, this will reboot the router.
You're at your Office and want to know about your home? Control your household devices and get alerts about home no matter wherever you are!
Project tutorial by Adithya TG
Turn an LED on and off using Windows Remote Arduino.
Project tutorial by Team Windows IoT
An Arduino Uno project that utilizes a laser to detect when the laser beam has been interrupted.
Project tutorial by Ian Cumming
If the security cameras can auto-connect to the a WiFi, this should be good enough to reboot the router. However, if cameras also need booting, you will need multiple relays as suggested by Gustavo. If you are using multiple relays (or single relay that draws high current), you may need NPN transistor, if MKR1000 cannot supply enough current.
Microsoft provides free community edition of Visual Studio. The latest is Visual Studio 2015 community edition. https://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/products/visual-studio-community-vs.aspx Hope that helps.
To operate multiple appliances independently using one Arduino, it will require changes in almost all software layers + extra hardware. It can be summarized as follows:
1. UI layer in all phone platforms -> Add a toggle switch per appliance
2. View model layer -> Add a new bool property (similar to IsOn) per appliance
3. Define a new command string per appliance to communicate with Arduino
4. Update Bluetooth manager to accept the new command(s)
5. Use the key(s) in commands and update Arduino sketch to use the command
6. Arduino sketch will use the command(s) to write to new digital pin(s)
7. New relay(s) can be connected to the new digital pin (s)
Hope this helps.
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