Intelligent search and rescue using LEGO EV3 Track3r Bot and Amazon Echo Dot.
An Alexa enabled door lock with face recognition and remote control.
A pantry which can automatically replenish kitchen items.
This Alexa-controlled device aims to save water by planning the time and amount of water to use in each shower.
A complete solution to check flues (and eventually every other enviroment in which there gas pipes) and send data to several endpoints.
Home Defense System with Alexa, OpenCV target finding, and a really cool nerf gun.
Saving lives of vulnerable who are prone to accidents by sending emergency message to the best by hospital by sharing the location.
How might we utilise smart water management systems to enhance our human experience for the people of today, and also tomorrow.
A home security application, providing surveillance of the front door and the kitchen.
Say Alexa the move, it is automated using the xy plotter that we have made especially for Chess.
An inexpensive flood detection system for developing countries.
This project will show you how to program and connect your Soracom Wio LTE to AWS IoT using the Soracom Beam service and an Arduino Sketch
Powercharging stations for urban commuting EVs with low autonomy. A network that buys and sells energy creating a prosumer economy.
How to connect google assistant to Amazon AWS service through DialogFlow.
Using a Raspberry Pi with a motion sensor to detect movement and capture images of strangers.
In this article, I explain how I integrated Dr. Wattson Board with Raspberry Pi and AWS IoT to create an Internet-connected energy monitor.
A simulation of how technology is able to monitor the growth of a plant by using Internet of Things and cloud services.
A simulation of secured locked rooms with the use of cloud services and Internet of Things.
One thing that I've noted biking indoors is that you sweat a lot, therefore you need a good fan cooler and better if it's a smart one!
We are enabling a new model of computing by providing a framework for writing web applications that utilize custom hardware acceleration.
This project utilizes a combination of RFID, Load Cell Sensors, and connectivity through Arduino and Echo for an Amazon Based Smart Pantry.
"You just say what the thing does and then you add '-er'." Replenisher keeps your fridge, office...stocked! Just scan! "I'm going on break!"
A low-cost approach to perform digital street condition surveys continuously by integrating street imagery with ride quality data.
Making your toiletries smart, automatically reorder them when they are under 1/4 of the weight.