To know how much water is left in a cistern to watering the garden
Based on Roald Dahl short story, this machine will let you "hear" plant mood according to soil moisture.
An autonomous, sustainable robot that takes care of plants. Built from scratch, the Irrigator runs TFLite object detection on Jetson Nano.
A smart solution for demands on watering plants.
Cactus that tweets when it needs water
Set up your Pi to automatically take care of a house plant by reading a moisture sensor and watering when needed.
Log humidity, automatic irrigate, switch plant growing lamp on and voice control everything with Amazon Alexa and Arduino.
Another indoor greenhouse powered by Nano. 100% controlled environment with some extra perks that make life easier.
Android application monitoring system for GreenHouse, several sensors for reading data and send to application.
An automated, smart, self-contained growing system that cultivates plants from seed to maturity!
Smart Garden is a plant environmental monitoring system.
This system will water your plants automatically, monitor the level of the water reservoir and will keep your plants happy on many aspects.
Never forget to water your plants or turn off your grow lights. Never over or under water plants with water pump control and drip system.
An other double plant watering version, now with more autonomy and less power consumption.
This is an automatic system controlled by an Arduino 101 that improves plant quality in our modern, urban society.
Many publications exist about moisture sensors for applications, e.g. plant watering systems. Making a DIY Sensor is fun and cost-saving.
Soil moisture sensor which gives you LCD display of percentage of moisture.
Frustrated with the prices for high quality grow light systems? Let's design a fully controllable, easy to adjust, open-source LED panel.
Timer for watering the garden on a flexible, web set schedule that compensates for weather forecasts of rain and existing soil moisture.
Intelligently irrigate your yard or garden with dynamic water cycles, rain detection, sunrise detection, and when it's warm enough.
Monitor the sunlight and water content of your plants and get alerts when you need to act. No coding. Just drag and drop the logic.
We're pretty good at maintaining our code base, not so much at maintaining our office plants. We use Arduino to keep our plants alive.
A voltage to frequency converter can realize an opto-isolated analog input for Arduino or other microcontroller systems.
Taking control of your plants growing process