An easy setup for smart air purifier system. This system use Amazon IoT with MQTT protocol to get real-time data of air quality condition.
Control your rgb kitchen lighting with Alexa and Photon.
Use Raspberry PI as network monitor box, always connected with AWS IoT/SNS to monitor network status or help power up/down device remotely.
Turn your refrigerator into a smart home IoT device using computer vision and voice.
Learn how to easily connect your device to AWS IoT MQTT broker using balenaCloud with this step-by-step guide.
Use the AWS IoT Button to control a LIFX light bulb. Using the phone application can be cumbersome to turn the lights on or off in a hurry.
Spend a day with Amazon Web Services and MediaTek Labs learning to get started in the internet of things.
A simple Alexa voice skill to retrieve the current performance of a publicly traded stock (NASDAQ, NYSE) using the company name.
A cellular and GPS connected cat vest that communicates through AWS IoT.
Monitoring the heart rate of somebody, and alerting somebody else when the heart rate is out of set range
With the click of a button, instantly send an "I miss you" message to a loved one.
Build a smart commercial freezer monitor with temperature logging and SMS alerts to prevent product loss.
This project brings unsupported languages to Amazon Alexa.
Mongoose OS is an open source operating system for the Internet of Things targeting commercial applications.
Internet Button project: when a button on the device is pressed, a cloud backend gets a notification and performs an action. Using AWS IoT.
Learn to voice control LEDs using Web Bluetooth and Arduino/Genuino 101.
Make an Alexa clone using Raspberry Pi 3 and use it to control IOT RGB Lamp (Arduino Nano + ESP8266) that supports Philip Hue commands.
A one-stop-skill for your LEGO® needs! Alexa can tell you available sets, themes, and sub-themes and give you details based on set numbers.
Parking system built using Raspberry Pi 2 with AWS IoT.
This article should provide basic instructions to setup AWS IoT Thing and NodeJS client on BeagleBone
Want to use the AWS IoT on any device that has a connection to the Internet? Use this tutorial to know how.
I just bought a drone and I wanted to be able to ask Alexa what the wind conditions were like so that I could plan my flights.
Connect things, create rules and notification in Amazon platform.
Automating the daily hiring of a chef based on the availability of people in an apartment using Raspberry Pi2, PIR sensor and AWS IOT.