Just looking at museum's artworks is no longer enough, visitors want to interact with them while keeping social distance (COVID-19 era)
Cellular IoT is difficult to use and learn. This tutorial will ease much of this difficulty.
Mixing existing technologies and creativity, the device is one of a kind and aims to help hospitals during the pandemic.
An automatic pill dispenser aimed to ease the lives of the elderly and disabled persons.
A Wearable Medical device to stream the person's health data (ECG, Heart Rate, SpO2, Activity) in a secured AWS for remote monitoring
Easy to use, multifunctional wearable, that gives the first insight to your health condition. Minimalist design, feature rich & customizable
Inexpensive/disposable wearable two-way communication system for restaurant/grocery/retail workers
Learn how to send messages to and from Amazon Web Services using the PIC-IoT and AVR-IoT development boards from Microchip.
Set up a model for the User Activity Recognition with the Accelerometer sensor of the smartphone, using a crowdsensing IoT app.
Having connected everything to everyone through e-commerce, Amazon now connects all things by participating in the Internet of Things (IoT).
A simple Crowd Sensing application based on Amazon Web Services that determines the user activity through the smartphone's accelerometer
In this article, I'll show you how to set up an IoT MQTT cloud-based system about a Human Activity Recognition web app
Application that collects data from the accelerator sensor of the mobile phone using the Generic Sensor API and recognize the user activity.
Example of a crowd-sensing IoT application that uses the sensors inside our smartphones to do human activity recognition.
PART II - An IoT system based on Amazon Web Service (AWS) that simulates an Environmental Station using RIOT-OS and MQTT-SN
If you have a dog, cat or any pet that needs to go into a kennel when travelling, and be left in the hands of airlines or moving services
RIOT-OS application on IoT-LAB sending virtual/real sensors' values to TTN via LoRaWAN, and the TTN-AWS IoT integration.
Set up a RIOT-OS application on real devices, connect them to The Things Network via LoRaWAN and publish the values on AWS.
PART I - An IoT system based on Amazon Web Service (AWS) that simulates an Environmental Station
A cloud-based IoT system that collects virtual sensors data from RIOT-OS nodes, using MQTT-SN and MQTT protocols, and AWS IoT Core.
RIOT-OS application sending virtual sensors' values to AWS IoT through an MQTT-SN/MQTT transparent bridge.
Setup an IoT MQTT cloud based system, including sensors, a database and a website using Amazon Web Service (AWS)
A cloud-based IoT system that collects information from a set of virtual environmental sensors using the MQTT protocol and AWS IoT Core.
Web application that monitors virtual sensors' values using AWS IoT and DynamoDB.