Control the status of soil thanks to Arduino mkrfox1200 and some moisture sensor.
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I will try to recover the code as soon as I can.. If you can't wait you can see the code on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2U9QrkND1Nc&list=PLkPWuk-bc5LLC5UlCO0SErxUFyJcPgn2B&index=5 , see the /plantdata endpoint how is it constructed. All the information from the 3 sensors are appended one each other inside the arduino, thanks to this function "message = message + moisture_output1 + ";" + moisture_output2 + ";" + moisture_output3 + ";"; and that's how the data is sent and than stored in the database.
I think it's a fun project :D
You should add some "randomness" to the swipe.. in order to be less recognizable :)
nice project, I did something similar with mkr1000 (it's in my project list) but this is better!
I see only a problem...
How does it work mkrfox1200 in closed environment? It is not a problem to reach the sigfox network?
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