Particle Argon-Based Internet of Things, Using 3 Argons to Measure Coolant Temperature Through the Radiator of a Formula SAE Race Car
This project will start a 2014 Ford Fiesta remotely
A parking sensor that can let drivers know when a parking lot is full or has vacancies.
Setting up and Building a parking sensor with Particle Argons, digital, and analog sensors.
Our project aims to develop a device that detects distances of near objects and alert drivers of when to stop while parking.
This sound system will measure the temperature, acceleration, and sound emitted from any engine.
If you ever have trouble knowing how far to pull up into your garage, this is the product that can help.
Combination of three sensors that can be placed remotely to alert based on smoke, fire, or water. Hence, "Get off the boat".
If you have ever pulled into a shallow parking spot and not known where to stop, if so, then this is for you.
This device automatically detects and uploads the location of road hazards, creating a safer driving environment!
This project demonstrates the usage of a photon and temperature sensor programmed to notify you when your car reaches a certain temperature.
"Keeping It Cool" is a project that implements the use of two Particle Photons to control the temperature of a vehicle's intercooler.