A smart home security system consists of various sensors and recorders to automatically provide data on the conditions of a house. Home electronic equipment may be controlled from distant places using the internet of things technology and speech recognition. This research aims to develop a smart home security system by monitoring fire hazards and theft. It helps also control electronic equipment using voice commands that is useful especially for the disabled. The system design consists of hardware, software, and application design. Hardware design uses ESP8266, Arduino Mega 2560, MicroSD Card module, VC0706 serial camera, DHT22, magnetic door switch, PIR HC SR501, and Google Assistant device. Software design uses Arduino IDE for programming Arduino Mega and ESP8266. Applications used in the design are Adafruit.io, Thingspeak, and IFTTT (If This Then That). Voice commands control home electronic devices (lights), while fire and theft are monitored through the use of sensors and cameras. The system test shows that voice command can control lights on and off at an accuracy of 88%. Temperature and humidity sensors acquire data and send them to Thingspeak application for online fire monitoring. Sensors to detect intruders in the form of door switch and PIR work well and automatically activate cameras that capture objects to store in a MicroSD card.
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