An IoT device used to check the humidity levels of your houseplants. Low powered, rechargeable, and powered by Particle's Mesh devices.
A solar-powered IoT device for monitoring sound level, air quality, humidity, and temperature.
This project will demonstrate the real prototype of smart cities product including sensor data manipulation using Google Data Studio.
Control a HVAC zone by retrofitting a manual duct damper with a damper actuator motor and installing a thermostat to control it.
Use Particle Mesh boards to collect data from all over a house. The data is then aggregated into the Particle Cloud.
Measuring air quality within a particular region in real-time is an effective way to prevent the unhygienic situation.
A system that automates watering while detecting room environmental factors such as dust, air quality, humidity, pressure, and temperature.
Get real-time crop rates, smart monitoring of your farm using Particle Integrations. Boost your crop production with full control.
Detects sound and airborne particulates in the air. If unsafe levels of either are present, warning lights will display.
Smart camp that implements a safer camping experience for the environment and the camper.
Have your delicate plants been dying? Do you enjoy looking at them yet hate taking care of them? Then look no further than this system!
Never worry about forgetting to water your plants again.
Using as minimal hardware as possible, this sensor reads air quality and logs it to an SD card for further analysis.
This project tracks customer traffic in and out of a shop.
This IoT project allows for the environmental conditions of two or more places to be compared at any time and chose which study friendly.
The aim of this project was to build a portable, low-cost Gas-Sensing Device that can be used to detect air pollutants from various sources.
Creates a functioning automatic and manual plant watering system featuring Particle Argon, 5V power supply and sensors to activate the pump.
Improving Cyclist safety through real-time data logging