Smart City Tree Management uses sensors to monitor wellness of the trees to combat air pollution as well as sound pollution.
We are making smart furniture and our first prototype is for smart computer table.
Teaches you how to use the Piezo vibration sensor in the Arduino Grove starter kit.
The MSP430 Racerbot design is an easy way to integrate mechatronics into an academic course or workshop using off the shelf components.
LoRaCatKitty Build IoT Applications with LoRaWAN in 3 steps with The Thing Networks and Cayenne.
Bringing a sophisticated analogue audio and process control input, output and increased storage capability to Arduino R3 hardware.
It's a simple tutorial (step by step) for configure the LinkIt Duo as Station Mode, over a WPA Wireless Network
Check the battery level of Li-Po battery and also charge it
How to get started connecting a button to the GrovePi using Windows IoT, the Raspberry Pi, and the GrovePi.
Know when to eat food before it expires.
Beaglebone Green PRU PID motor speed control project.
Teaches you how to use the LCD display in the Arduino Grove Starter Kit.
Simple LCD Display Project on Intel Edison in Node.js,
Using Wemos D1, GSM module, MQ5/MQ6 sensor and IoT platform (ThingsIO.AI). Here it will give message on your phone also when fire detected.
Send and receive Machine to Machine Commands using TwilioIoT, Arduino IDE and the Seeed Studio Wio LTE.
Want to learn how to trigger events when a known Bluetooth device is nearby using the BBGW? Here's a python example to get you started!
Learn how to use low cost student owned hardware for hands on intro courses.
GPS data is uploaded using MQTT and visualized using Thingsboard real-time dashboards.
The projects demos controlling various things (components) connected to Intel Galileo by simply posting MQTT messages from AWS IoT console.
I set up this project with the sole intention of determining the cost in milliseconds of the MPU9150's standard functions.
Remotely operated unmanned ground vehicle for detecting the toxic gases which is helpful for firefighters and researchers.
Control a PC with a gesture sensor, associating a key or a mouse click to each gesture.
Ever wanted to make a project that activated on a schedule? Using a Real Time Clock (RTC) is a great way to do it!
An extremely straightforward project involving a digital PIR sensor, which can be utilised for many security and home automation uses.
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