Air Quality Monitoring that uses the Intel Edison Compute Module, Amazon AWS, Visualization through Kibana, and drones!
A PSoC 6 Microcontroller-based Water Leak Detector that detects a water leak inside the kitchen or toilet by analyzing the sound.
Care for elderly people, remind their medication, doctor appointment, and heart tests. Notify caregivers when something goes wrong.
DMHC is a mesh of devices, each one with a Heart Rate, Oxygen Saturation SpO2 and Temperature, (HOST) probe to capture values
A smart toilet that maintains a healthy environment analyzing air quality data using machine learning.
A health monitoring system for rural people of Bangladesh
Helium powered IoT solution to track your best friends during Kennel services.
An Alexa enabled door lock with face recognition and remote control.
Track faces and receive notifications in real-time using a Raspberry Pi 4, Intel Neural Compute Stick, and AWS.
A barbecue shaped alarm that tells you when it’s going to be barbecue weather. It will order your supplies through the Amazon DRS system.
A fully-equipped, low-cost urban quality monitoring system for cities in developing countries, powered by Soracom and AWS.
Making your toiletries smart, automatically reorder them when they are under 1/4 of the weight.
A thermostat you won't see
Getting movie showtimes and tickets in a jiffy thanks to Alexa!
There's nothing better than a fresh cup of coffee to startup the day. Having a helper to monitor coffee bean supply and auto-refill is key.
The way a hospital call bell system should be. System uses Alexa Voice Services and Alexa Skill Kit to be the center of a call bell system.
Ever wished for a library where you could reserve that one spot? Or even have the power to control reservations?
Imagine that with Libace.
This Alexa voice-enabled smart mirror provides weather, traffic, & news. It also provides reminders, sends SMS messages and takes selfies.
Use Alexa to control your Raspberry Pi Powered Cat Feeder. The cat feeder can also re-order cat food using Amazon DRS.
When the Particle Cloud meets the Amazon Cloud