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Hi, if you need anything you can email me through Hackster (I think you did that). In relation to the WiFi alerts, in this case you could only tell if no data was sent by the device for a period of time. As in if the device was set to send data at intervals of 10 mins and 20 mins pass without data, then the device is either dead or disconnected (the voltage can be checked to rule the first out).
Hi, the Arduino Uno WiFi does not work with GSM but with WiFi so you will not need a SIM card. The basis for the code is the same, the only difference is the code for connecting to the backend. You can check out examples provided (uses the same wifi chip as MKR 1000 so if you can find a tutorial for connecting the MKR 1000 to IoT Hub, you should be able to easily adapt the code).
Hi, sorry for not replying (Hackster doesn't send emails for comments).
Yes, the project is doable with an Arduino Uno but you will need a method of sending the data to the backend. I would recommend using a Wifi module or a GSM module for that (make sure you get one with plenty of documentation and examples to get you going).
Try out the Arduino Uno Wifi (may be a bit cheaper than MKR GSM). Get back to me if you need further assistance
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