Since the Amazon Echo is not working with the IFTTT in the UK I made a hack to get around it by creating my own Echo Skill and AWS Service
Most of us know what it is to be in a rush in the morning and not have time to wait for the machine to get hot. How to solve it?
Ever wanted to add voice control to RoboSapien. How about connect it to Amazon Echo. I can say, 'Alexa, tell RoboSapien to do the Nae Nae'.
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.
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.
Asset tracking is a trend, but this project intends to work in a decentralized way storing each action, event or alert in a blockchain.
Small, and easy to use devices, to monitor temperature, humidity, noise levels, luminosity and atmospheric pressure across a city.
A cellular and GPS connected cat vest that communicates through AWS IoT.
How to make Arduino based Automatic Door Opening Using HC SR 04
Use Raspberry PI as network monitor box, always connected with AWS IoT/SNS to monitor network status or help power up/down device remotely.
Wearable for monitoring the health condition of patients who have suffered or are in risk of having a cardiac arrest.
Monitoring the heart rate of somebody, and alerting somebody else when the heart rate is out of set range
Home security using Raspberry Pi, AWS IoT and AWS SNS
This project aims to build a software app to deploy OTA updates to your RAK wireless AMEBA-IoT boards (Dash button, RAK473, Creator pro).
Amazon Echo controlled Sonos system, powered by AWS
BOFF is a smart fan, controllable by voice with Alexa Smart Home skills and featuring visualisation of environmental conditions.
Nick's House - Get the weather in your house from an Amazon Echo connected via AWS IoT to a Raspberry Pi 3 with a DHT22 sensor.
Fly a drone using only your voice. Launch, navigate around, and land. Look ma, no hands!
Many devices are powered by USB power now, but few home automation systems provide USB power switching. "Alexa, turn off the ThingyStick!".
An Alexa controlled robot that can perform tasks autonomously. It can feed your fish or program it to perform pick and place operations.
A pantry which can automatically replenish kitchen items.
Build your own Arduino-powered light switch that can be controlled using Amazon Alexa.
Air Quality Monitoring that uses the Intel Edison Compute Module, Amazon AWS, Visualization through Kibana, and drones!
A first look at Amazon's DeepLens machine learning platform.
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