This note introduces the use of magnetometers to establish headings. Extensions to the solution for navigation purposes is food for thought.
Running Arduino library with K210-based board.
Interface MXChip AZ3166 with Azure under Ubuntu (18.10). The IoT DevKit has interesting features compacted onto a single board for PoC.
Program your Arduino with an Android device over Bluetooth HC05.
A simple guide for getting to know your Seeeduino v4.2 better, and to prepare your board for use with the Arduino interfaces.
An extremely straightforward project involving a digital PIR sensor, which can be utilised for many security and home automation uses.
This simple yet sophisticated project is ideal for weather stations as this Grove dust sensor provides accurate data, alongside an Arduino.
It is an alert system which alert you in period of gas leakage, fire and high temperature.
FreeRTOS, simple, easy to use, robust, optimised for Arduino IDE.
Full access to FreeRTOS capabilities, within classic Arduino environment.
This project helps us to detect the leakage and presence of butane gas in the area arround the divice!
Display your path on Google Maps
This is a simple example demonstrating how to read GPIO from Microsoft Azure Sphere.
The image extraction is based on a novel algorithm which effectively works with the encoding system of the robot movement.
Create a cool watch with Arduino.
The goal of this tutorial is to enable you to capture and send data to cloud from NodeMCU.
Become a pioneer of NB-IoT by sending commands over T-Mobile's network with Twilio's Alfa Developer Kit.
Send and receive Machine to Machine Commands using TwilioIoT, Arduino IDE and the Seeed Studio Wio LTE.
Press a button and a text-to-speech voice will call my grandmother with a birthday message.
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.
ESP32-CAM-based project that streams video securely to any place in the world over the Husarnet.
Teaches you how to use the Piezo vibration sensor in the Arduino Grove starter kit.
A smart OLED-based identity card.
A relay is an electromagnetic switch which can be controlled to switch High Power devices.
Learn how to use low cost student owned hardware for hands on intro courses.
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