IOT Based Fertilizer System for Smart Agriculture
Monitoring nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium for indoor plants and crops. - hackster.io
Canari - An Air Quality Lamp
The Canari lamp project fetches data from a public API to obtain local air quality and transforms it into lighting patterns. - Instructables
Cellular Beehive Monitoring
A cellular-connected beehive system monitors the hive’s internal and external temperature and sends a notification if the hive is moved or gets knocked over. - electromaker
Discord and Slack Connected Smart Plant with Adafruit IO Triggers
Always on the computer with no time to water your plants? Build an internet-enabled planter to send notifications over a Slack or Discord channel when it needs water. - Adafruit Learning System
QMesh - A Synchronized LoRa Voice Network
QMesh is a new voice network protocol project based on the LoRa protocol instead of FM voice. - hackaday.io
A wall-mounted e-ink newspaper that fetches the news every morning. - gregraiz
Optimizing a Raspberry Pi for Off-Grid Power Consumption
An experiment detailing power optimization strategies for the Raspberry Pi. - gregraiz
IoT News and More!
Create and continuously update the code on your microcontrollers with Toit
Kasper Lund discusses a new way of building applications for the internet of things using a virtual machine and Toit. - Adafruit Blog
FragAttacks - New WiFi Vulnerabilities
FragAttacks (fragmentation and aggregation attacks) are a collection of new vulnerabilities that affect Wi-Fi devices. The good news is that these design flaws, part of Wi-Fi since 1997, are hard to abuse! - FragAttacks
What is Ultra Wideband?
Ultra wideband radios caught this author’s eye when Apple announced their new AirTag location tags, powered by ultra wideband. Jenny List provides a technical dive into these new radio signals and modules. - HackaDay
Improv WiFi: Open standard for setting up Wi-Fi via Bluetooth LE
Improv is a new initiative funded by Nabu Casa which promises a “free and open standard with ready-made SDKs that offer a great user experience to configure Wi-Fi on devices”. - Adafruit Blog
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Adafruit IO Stats
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- Total Feeds: 660,000+ (and counting!).
- There are over 21,000+ feeds online as of the time of writing.
- There is an average of 4,800+ MQTT connections over the last 30 days.
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