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IoT Enabled Hydroponic Farm
Smart home system using MediaTek Linkit, Xbee, Arduino, Orange PI and Azure
Making Garbage Collection System smart and cloud linked. Thus, helping in optimization of route for garbage collection; saving fuel.
This IoT prototype performs two functions: 1) Theft prevention and 2) Maintenance Indication of solar panel using LinkIt ONE and Sensors
A smart way to track, control and protect your vehicles with a mobile app.
GSM Home Alarm using a Ultrasonic sensor to detect movement and inform the User of intrusion.
My Voice Activated/Controlled Home, Using the Linkit Smart and an Android with easy to use examples and libraries
Track bicycle location and stream coordinates it to a live-updating map using MediaTek, PubNub, and Mapbox.
In this tutorial I Will show you how to turn on an led with your mouth. The Led will turn on when start to blow the sound sensor.
In this project we will learn on making water level indicator using linkit one. This project could help you save water more efficiently.
This LinkIt One based device is able to recieve voice commands and sends a SMS if detects motion or fire when you're not at home.
E-health Prototype System for Cardiac Telemonitoring "Caring your heart anywhere"
Winner of Hardware Weekend Manhattan 2015 SmartThings Sponsor Award
A phone call + motion sensor operated operated remote triggering system
Stop Those Cold Calls Cold!
This is an example of a very basic a telemetry project which may be classified as a classic “Internet of Things” (IoT) application.
Display your path on Google Maps
Ultimate Wireless RFID with Wireless connections
With my never-waning obsession with wardriving, I wanted to make something that played off it that anyone could use.
I made a tweeting viking hat to show off that anyone could hear iBeacons.
Securily connect your car to the Web with a MediaTek Linkit One to share location, record vital statistics and help fight air pollution.
This is a small project to help other people start their projects with Arduino and Android via WiFi connection.
Control the temperature of the rooms you are actually in
I found a sketch called "ScanNetworks" in the LWiFi library and decided to give it a try.
Using a MediaTek LinkIt Smart 7688 Duo to wirelessly connect smart LEDs to your home automation system.
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