Measure wind, rain, temperature, humidity, and light in remote locations using ThingSpeak, Particle, and the Sentient Things IoT Node.
A self-calibrating, solar-powered cellular tide level and meteorological station based on the Sentient Things IoT Node.
Air quality on the job is overlooked. Respirators are uncomfortable. But do you know what you're breathing in? Learn how to build your own.
A safety device that monitors and notifies parents of temperatures inside cars to eliminate the risk of infants or pets overheating inside.
Verify the identity of the ride you are taking.
These recycled screenprint frames can be arranged in a variety of ways. They light up to the beat! Additional sensors provide real time data
This IoT Pizza Finder is a class assignment for the CNM IoT workforce development course to teach to integrate the web into IoT devices.
Understanding the attire for your morning run based on differences in indoor & outdoor heat indexes built on Particle and local weather data
This project in order to evaluate the pH value of the soil which reacts with a substrate and changes its color.
In this smart greenhouse, you'll find sensors that measure the moisture in the soil, temperature, humidity in the air, and water flowrate.
A network for plant communication and visualization.
Go beyond DIY and create a sellable product.
How to push data from a Particle cellular device to the Blynk IoT platform.
The City Farmer project is one that aims to use renewable energy to gather environmental data from virtually anywhere.
A super bright LED display that can give instructions to people on the ground from the air.
Monitors a leopard trap door and occupancy by means of internal or external sensors.
Learn how to create a simple budget-friendly device for timely diagnosis.
A cellular hive monitoring system
Team up your Particle devices with a Telegram Bot
The Boron is a powerful LTE Cat M1 or 2G/3G enabled development kit that supports cellular networks and Bluetooth LE (BLE).
See how to set up & use ProtoStax enclosures for your next DIY Electronics/Computing project with Arduino, Raspberry Pi & other MCUs & SBCs