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.
Radio emissions from sky sources like Sun and Jupiter can be received and converted to digital domain for processing.
Sphero's BB-8 uses the Intel Edison and Amazon Web Services to communicate back to the rebel forces.
Industries directly dump chemicals & waste into the rivers and oceans. The price of which is paid by aquatic life and people living nearby.
Know when your clothes are dry
Get the best night's sleep by using Alexa and Arduino to monitor the conditions in your bedroom, make suggestions and help you sleep better.
Air Quality Monitoring that uses the Intel Edison Compute Module, Amazon AWS, Visualization through Kibana, and drones!
Idea is to use AWS IoT button as a switch when pressed sends notification to the homeowner that someone has tried to enter the home.
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.
This projects shows a simple environment monitor which sends you an EMail when an abnormal weather condition is detected.
Need a low-temp alert? Read this project!
Know your room environmental parameters (temperature, humidity, air quality, air pressure and light) by asking Alexa.
State of the City creates a map of your city using crowdsourced data
PART III - An IoT system based on Amazon Web Service (AWS) that simulates an Environmental Station using RIOT-OS, LoRaWAN, TTN and IoT-LAB
Just looking at museum's artworks is no longer enough, visitors want to interact with them while keeping social distance (COVID-19 era)
PART II - An IoT system based on Amazon Web Service (AWS) that simulates an Environmental Station using RIOT-OS and MQTT-SN
A system that detects the opening and closing of doors and CO2 concentration to make the air in the room comfortable.
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.