This article will be described how to build a web server through Arduino.
Before introducing how to build a web server, I would like to talk about the examples of Web Server used in the smart home to help you understand.
There are two main types of home IoT and smart home services provided by telecommunication companies.
First one is a control system that can turn on and off the lamp, air conditioner, boiler, etc.
The second one is a monitoring system that can monitor in real time for a gas leak, door open detection, and CCTV.
When we use these systems, we monitor and control them via smartphones.
The smartphone used in this case takes a role as a client. The server performs control and monitoring functions when it receives a request from the client.
Anyone can build this system with Arduino.
You can build your own server or use it through the cloud service.
As I mentioned above, I will introduce some examples of web server through two systems, control, and monitoring. When you build a web server with Arduino, the user requests monitoring/control function through the Web browser. At this time, the Web browser takes a role as a client like a smartphone.
Which IoT system do you want to build?
MCU board is required to build IoT system, and device should be connected to wired/wireless network.
Examples of wired/wireless communication networks include WIFI, Ethernet, Bluetooth.
In this article, I will introduce some examples of IoT systems that use Ethernet to control the motor. I hope you have a motor that you are interested in.
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