Internet of Trees – Soil Saturation Monitor Using Particle, Azure, and Power Bi
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.
Get a text or call if your plant is getting too dry, along with a nice LCD display giving information regarding your plant's health.
Ever forget when to water your plants??? Worry no more, we got the solution for you!!!! Know exactly when to water your plants.
A system that will take care of your plant by monitoring soil moisture, light, temperature & humidity, watering automatically when needed.
Moisture sensor tells an LED to blink and uses IFTTT to send an message to your phone when your plant needs water.
A system that automates watering while detecting room environmental factors such as dust, air quality, humidity, pressure, and temperature.
Do you love beautiful flowers and plants, but find yourself struggling to keep them alive with your busy schedule? We are here to help!
This project uses a soil moisture sensor to sense when your yard or plants need watering, and then turns on your sprinklers accordingly.
Have a plant that needs watering? Going on vacation soon and have nobody to water it? Then this is the project for you.
The Plant Monitoring System is an IOT product designed to provide climate/irritant readings to develop a sync & start smart irrigation sys.
Have you ever forgotten to water your plant which resulted in a tragic death? Now you won't worry with this new watering device!
If you have owned/ own plants, you know its hard to keep them alive. The plant moisture sensor is here to help.
A monitor that will monitor the soil moisture and light exposure of a houseplant, and the fullness of a water supply.
This IOT project reminds the owner when their plant needs watering.
This is a smart watering system I made for my second midterm project as part of CNM's IoT bootcamp curriculum.
Let's build an IoT Plant Watering system for your household plant using a low cost Particle Photon and a servo motor