A small device that magnetically attaches to machinery (near a motor) and cuts the power if vibrations reach out of expected bounds.
An intelligent device to monitor your plant and ensure its health.
To monitor user safety, a sensor cluster collects and graphs data of obstacles in the blind spot, wheelchair speed, and degrees of tilt.
Classify your tomatoes into Grade A, Grade B and Grade C with TensorFlow Lite and Particle Argon.
This device automatically detects and uploads the location of road hazards, creating a safer driving environment!
Use Particle Argons as the brains for a smart thermostat, without having to replace your thermostat!
No, this is not our plant, but it will be yours if you leave it unattended. Here's a way to keep it healthy with minimal effort.
An IoT smart mailbox for securely receiving parcels and getting notification on app without being present at home.
Complete IoT and domotics platform that tracks the patient’s sleep via three main devices, displays the data and gives recommendations.
Save water, save energy and monitor water consumption with a smart faucet.
Learn how to monitor your air quality with some simple off the shelf components. Harness the power of Particle's platform to make it happen.
A simple array of a few Particle Argons to monitor and report environmental conditions of a mesh network of several spaces.
A system of three robots that can be controlled and battled by three different players via a mobile webpage.
Using web integrations to keep a track on coronavirus cases in India.
How to set up the Argon and Xenon.
A walkthrough for setting up Particle Mesh and working with Argon, Xenon, and Boron and showing off some of the cool things you can do.
The Smart plant allows you to automate the watering of your plant with the particle Argon while measuring room and soil conditions
A box full of startup ideas, a new procedurally generated idea is displayed every time it is opened.
Demonstration of the second midterm project for the Central New Mexico Community College IoT Bootcamp (deepdivecoding. com/iot)
Utilizing Particle Argon microcontrollers to communicate wirelessly, the outside and inside temperatures can be compared from your home.
A new device that takes two pictures and compares the color change between every pixel. It then creates a new image with the data.
Use Particle Mesh boards to collect data from all over a house. The data is then aggregated into the Particle Cloud.
This project uses a DHT11 sensor to read the temperature and humidity and then displays these values on an LCD screen.
Home Security at the touch of your fingers! Get notifications when your house door is opened.