Cloud-based home alarm IoT system using a Hall effect sensor and two magnets fixed to a door to detect intrusions and to trigger an alarm.
Use Alexa to tell your door sign what message to display.
An automatic pill dispenser aimed to ease the lives of the elderly and disabled persons.
This is a smart video doorbell using an Intel Edison as main hardware with Youtube and Twilio for communication with the user.
Let the sun turn your Hue lights on automatically.
Build your own Arduino-powered light switch that can be controlled using Amazon Alexa.
An easy-to-build humidifier with RGB backlight that can be controlled by Amazon Alexa.
To control the measures of safety regarding the Covid-19 guidelines and to maintain proper safety we building a Pandemic Smart System
Hacked with ESP32 and Mongoose OS. Now it says welcome and unlocks the entrance door for you.
Using Sigfox solution from Unabiz (an Arduino shield) in a mouse trap to push SMS and email thru AWS IoT core and store count in DynamoDB.
Run scripts on your RPi/Linux device when voice commands are issued to Alexa. An AWS account is needed but the free tier is used (no cost).
Make a smart kettle for under £60 using Alexa and Arduino.
Tired of crawling into attics/basements to catch critters? Here's a trap that can text you when it needs attention.
Alexa-controlled LEDs using Particle Photon in multiple languages (English, Hindi, Marathi).
Use this setup with everything in you house, because full control with just your voice lets everyone live in a 'house of the future!'
Using Alexa and Arduino to instil a sense of Hygge upon your arrival home. Fully functioning Alexa controlled smart bath.
Voice control using Alexa is popular for a number of applications. This project shows how to connect an Ultra96 (Arm & FPGA) with Alexa.
Zero to hero in voice controlled IoT home automation using Alexa, AWS IoT, and Raspberry Pi — with troubleshooting and privacy info.
Alexa controlled timers at a glimpse. A really fancy egg-timer with added temperature control.
Entertain humans and pets alike with paper planes launched by your voice.
Used Raspberry Pi, LEDs, and Alexa to turn my storage shelf into a smart shelf, which Alexa will help store and track my things over time.
I am going to show how to use Amazon Echo to control IoT devices via HTTP protocol. Turning on/off a light bulb is an example.
This control board integrates with Arduino to allow users to control all aspects of a smart home through a website or Alexa voice commands.
Easily and INEXPENSIVELY control a bunch of outlets using your voice!