Nowadays, almost all electronic devices are working with microprocessor control. So it is a legitimate need to link these devices through the Internet (Internet of Things). There are many forms of manifestation from industrial applications through smart cities to home automation. To develop such a system, it is essential to develop a WiFi-based framework that can be easily fitted to sensors and switches.
The aim of the thesis work is to develop such framework using a chosen WiFi microprocessor (ESP8266). The system must be capable of adapting new parts (sensor, intervener ...) with a minimum of subsequent development, to implement communication between the connected devices and provide the user with a surface where he can monitorize or even intervene the system.
The framework consists of three main modules:
• a central control unit (master unit), which is a program running on a .NET based desktop computer in this case
• the microprocessors which the components are connected to
• the web client responsible for displaying where the user can monitor the current processes and will be able to intervene to the operation of the system.