A model of home security system that utilized sensors and internet to monitor the security status in real-time.
Project showcase by Aaron Kow
If you plan on a vacation, here is a great project to track the temperature and soil moisture of your Plant using dweet.io and AWS IoT.
Project tutorial by CJA3D
Log data to a text file on Dropbox whenever an RFID card is scanned.
Project tutorial by Andrei Florian
Set up your Arduino Yún to control an Alexa Smart Home light via AWS IoT.
Project tutorial by Ben Eagan
IoT Command center allows you to monitor your home using the ARTIK cloud and automate your Hue light.
Project in progress by CJA3D
An Alexa app that tells you if your kids are up by using Walabot to uncreeply track them, then possibly wake them up or tell them to sleep.
Project tutorial by DFW Hackster
Control window blinds, lights, and monitor battery charging using voice command.
Project in progress by Leon Chu
In this project I am trying to use amazon SQS and IOT services with temboo and arduino YUN to detect intruders.
Project tutorial by Abhishek
I've used an Arduino YUN and the new IoT platform Cayenne for monitoring the quantity and the quality of light.
Project in progress by Giovanni Gentile
A personal money vault monitoring system based on the Internet of Things is presented throughout this project by using a 3D magnetic sensor.
Project tutorial by Salah Uddin
Use Uber without a phone! This AWS IoT connected device allows anyone without a smart phone or different capabilities to request Uber.
Project tutorial by Hans Scharler
An introduction to one of the Arudino Yún features.
Create Windows Universal Apps to control your Arduino Yun over WiFi with Windows Remote Arduino
by Mohan Palanisamy
Send sensor values to a web page using YunServer.
We'll show you how to make your Arduino Yún add rows of data to a Google spreadsheet. You can use this to log data from sensors connected.
Project tutorial by Temboo_OFFICIAL
Create a web page containing a form that let you send text messages to your Arduino Yun thanks to the WebServer feature of the Yun.
Project tutorial by Arduino_Scuola
We'll show you how to get your Arduino Yún to write to and read from a MySQL database. This will get you started with storing historic data.
We'll show you how to send an email via Gmail from your Arduino Yún. Then imagine all the notes you can have it send—reminders, alerts.
Here we'll show you how to use your phone as a remote control for your Arduino Yún. Specifically, the example sketch calls a phone number.
We'll show you how to get your Arduino Yún to send SMS with Twilio. Then your Arduino can text whenever it's running late.
We'll show you how to make your Arduino Yún upload a file to your Dropbox account. Then your Yún can remember everything for you.
Here we'll show how to make a request to the Yahoo! Weather API from your Arduino Yún. Then you'll be ready to build the weather vane for...
Here we'll show you how to pass short messages and commands to your Arduino Yún via Amazon SQS, a simple cloud-based message queue service.
We'll show you how you can post a Facebook status update from your Arduino Yún.
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