NRA allows us, in case of bike accident, to locate the injured person through the Sigfox network. It also improves visibility on the road.
Project tutorial by Jesus Soriano
Project SALUS - Automated usage statistics and surveys using the Sigfox network.
Project tutorial by Team Deodates
Driving around the town, looking for free parking space, leaving carbon footprint? No longer an issue, simply check Twitter for a spot!
Project tutorial by jassak
The post box of the future. Get notified when you receive mail!
Project tutorial by Andrei Florian
What if our old electric energy power meter with rotary disk could be connected to the Internet?
A cube with all the necessary sensors, suitable for a wide range of applications like agriculture, monitoring, ,etc.
Project tutorial by Dhairya Parikh
How to set up a MKR FOX 1200 and publish an event or location through Sigfox to Wia.
Project tutorial by Spivey
What if the squirrels in your garden would post a tweet on twitter when the squirrel feeder is running out of nuts?
Project tutorial by 3magku
DYFAM is a low-cost, open source device to prevent toddlers and babies from being inadvertently left unsupervised in a car for too long.
Project in progress by Team DYFAM
It makes your car smarter detecting accidents to help you where nobody can.
Project tutorial by Luis Roda Sánchez
A smarter way to get to school.
An IoT bird feeder which tweets when the lovely birds are landing and eating.
Project showcase by Gaël Porté
Sigfox is a French company founded in 2009 that builds wireless networks to connect low-energy objects.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
How to prevent forest from burning? A small Sigfox signal can prevent natural disasters. We will use an Arduino MKRFOX + a flame detector.
Project tutorial by Louis Moreau
Ever needed to give something to someone but were not able to make the rendezvous? This Sigfox lock box is the solution!
Project tutorial by Antoine de Chassey
The famous connected button to order your favorite drink using Sigfox network.
Project tutorial by Louis Moreau and Aurelien Lequertier
What if we built a small weather station lasting for about 6 months with 2x AA, talking to Internet and working anywhere with SIGFOX?
Turn your MKR FOX 1200 into a battery-powered weather monitor that you can deploy EVERYWHERE.
Project tutorial by Arduino_Genuino
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