Make your hardware push data to a Google spreadsheet.
Stream and analyze live data from your Arduino microcontroller into Excel with the Data Streamer add-in!
A simple sensor to measure conductivity changes in water and other materials!
Use a $9 GSM module & the Hologram network to remotely control any Arduino with Blynk App.
Expand your board's storage with an I2C-enabled EEPROM chip.
Nothing is scarier sounding than a bomb cyclone. By analyzing weather station data on ThingSpeak, we see the bombogenesis forming.
This project will show you how to use a datalogger and how to registered analog values on a SD card.
Easy Arduino dice project, great for beginners learning how to create homemade functions.
Arduino collects and calculates basic statistics on the acquired analog (temperature) data: average, standard deviation, min and max.
Use the MKR NB 1500 and Hologram's cellular network to leverage new 5G bands to build IoT applications using the Chirpers flow designer.
The temperature of your room, visible on a gauge on the internet. For a few bucks. Uses Python, Dataplicity and Freeboard.
Use the MakeCode platform to write a simple program that sends micro:bit (accelerometer) data directly into Excel!
An electronic voting machine that can validate a voter and allow access. It can also update the votes in real time to a database.
Looking for ways to get a visual representation on how your Alexa Skill is used? VoiceInsights can help do this for user and session data.
Embedis is a library for creating simple embedded key-value servers using non-volatile storage like NVSRAM, FRAM, FLASH, or EEPROM.
Using Excel function, send data to Web!
Build a simple 3-axis joystick!
Learn the basics of electrical circuits and switches by building a string of party lights, then use Excel to create your own light show!
Store data and project settings in non-volatile, external I2C EEPROM, using simple Embedis "set" and "get" commands.
Take data from a Bean and send it through Flow Designer to M2X - or any cloud-based data storage. Get a text message based on a trigger.
Today I want to reflect a bit on quality checks (QC) in small batch production runs.
Setup of SQL Anywhere on Raspberry Pi to allow collecting and processing sensor data offline on the edge, plus synchronizing when online.
With a few code tweaks you can use an UNO and the serial plotter tool like an oscilloscope to examine the power used by another project.