Terren Peterson
Published © GPL3+

Simple Gardening Service : Manage Indoor Gardens using IoT

Harnessing the power of the Cloud to actively monitor and analyze an indoor food garden that can feed you over the winter.

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Simple Gardening Service : Manage Indoor Gardens using IoT

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+
Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+
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DHT22 Temperature Sensor
DHT22 Temperature Sensor
this also is a humidity sensor.
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Breadboard (generic)
Breadboard (generic)
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Software apps and online services

AWS S3
Amazon Web Services AWS S3
This is used to store sensor data in the Cloud, as well as build a basic website.
AWS Lambda
Amazon Web Services AWS Lambda
This is used to manage rules for the apps, and add analytics to the platform.
AWS API Gateway
Amazon Web Services AWS API Gateway
This is used to manage the endpoints of API's.
AWS Route 53
Amazon Web Services AWS Route 53
This is used to create a website with a unique domain name.
AWS EC2
Amazon Web Services AWS EC2
This is used to run the sensor collector APIs.
AWS SNS
Amazon Web Services AWS SNS
This is used to send notifications based on analytics monitoring the sensor data.
Twitter
Twitter
This is used to tweet out sensor data from the Raspberry Pi.

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Schematics

Garden Sensor Schematic

Connecting the Pi to the DHT22 sensor.
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Garden Sensor Breadboard Layout

Wiring layout on a breadboard for the DHT22 sensor and Raspberry Pi.

Code

Github

Credits

Terren Peterson

Terren Peterson

10 projects • 33 followers
Life-long learner who started off with an Electrical Engineering degree, but have been in software and systems engineering my whole career.

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