Visualize car data with a free Blynk account, particle electron and Carloop.
A GPS tracker for your car, motorcycle, bike and flying saucer, with data storage and map visualization. Not too hard, but no easy either...
Using an old car keyfob and a Particle Electron, you can remotely lock and unlock your vehicle.
This device automatically detects and uploads the location of road hazards, creating a safer driving environment!
Here is an interesting way of monitoring yours or your kids driving habits by monitoring hard braking/accelerations and tailgating data.
TrainLight hangs on the wall and subtly tells you at a glance which nearby transit lines will get you to your destination fastest.
Automated parking system using RFID and Ultrasonic sensors.
A DeLorean security system to prevent uninvited drivers.
A mesh of open devices monitoring railway crossings "open-closed" status.
IoT becomes limitless with web integration from Intel. This is demonstrated with our hacked-together car!
Creating a rental scooter that can be activated remotely using an app.
Internet controlled Hovercraft
Need help parking your car? Look no further. The DIY parking sensor will alert you when you are completely in the space.
I removed the buttons from the PCB, rewired the switches, and use a Particle Electron to trigger each button via 3G from an Android app.
A small, autonomous rover designed to help keep kids prone to elopement safe.
Environmental Monitoring Unit K9 Mobile Sentry is a cellular enabled monitor for my dog's safety while in the vehicle during short stops.
Device that alerts you to stop and turns on a "porch light" when you pull into your parking spot.
In this project, I will share some of the techniques used by my low-cost robot car projects.
Verify the identity of the ride you are taking.
Pay IOTA tokens to wirelessly charge your vehicle also get out of traffic fast with our services.
"Keeping It Cool" is a project that implements the use of two Particle Photons to control the temperature of a vehicle's intercooler.
This project demonstrates the usage of a photon and temperature sensor programmed to notify you when your car reaches a certain temperature.
This project uses the Particle board to sense the distance from the rear of the vehicle to another object nearby when parking.
From store bought to home builds, race your "Hot Wheels" and let the track determine who the winner is!