Using websockets on one Arduino MKR1000 connected to wifi, I send temp & humidity data to a chart setup on HighCharts.
Project tutorial by cb77
Smart IOT Propane Pedestal capable of tracking propane level as well as detecting any propane leaks. Integration with Amazon Alexa.
Project in progress by Team A Bit Gassy
This IoT system monitors the soil moisture using Arduino and sensors. Data are sent to an IoT cloud platform to access it anywhere.
Project tutorial by Francesco Azzola
A method in which waste management is automated. An innovative system that will help keep the city clean and healthy
Project tutorial by Technovation
Open source air quality sensor network platform.
Project in progress by Team BYU Smart City Project
Weather station monitors temperature, pressure, light, dust, soil moisture values and displays on the OLED screen and Cayenne dashboard.
Project tutorial by Tadeas Dvoracek
Using ARTIK cloud to monitor cabin seat state.
Project tutorial by Wen-Liang Lin
Water quality data monitoring for swimming pools, fish aquarium and more!
Project tutorial by Animo!
A device which collects data (environmental, soil and photosynthesis values) of plant(s) and then stores/analyze using a MKR1000 and Azure.
Project in progress by Ryan Michaud
Monitor lightning activity and get alerted on dangerous situations.
Project tutorial by Christos Chatzigeorgiou
Planning a scuba dive will be much easier with the data of visibility sensors on the divespot.
Project tutorial by svenvdvoort
Send temperature and humidity data from an Arduino MKR1000 to Microsoft Azure.
Project tutorial by Don Coleman
A easy to use adaptable sensor and notification system that is designed to be used as a temporary change of state notifier.
Project showcase by Glen Willis
A sensor That detects when a diaper needs changing.
Project tutorial by Team Keep Me Clean
This project takes hourly temperature and humidity readings from a humidor. A Web API sends the readings to Azure SQL and Twitter.
Project showcase by Randall Cole
Many fun environmental sensors need a hardware interrupt. With the MKR1000, you no longer need to choose! You get I2C, analog ins too!
Project tutorial by ConsoleTeam
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