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Weather Station with Particle, SparkFun, ThingSpeak, and MATLAB

Posted by Hans Scharler,

[Haodong Liang] has released a weather station project with full MATLAB data analysis, device source code, and procedures on Hackster.io. He used the Particle Electron to connect the SparkFun weather station to ThingSpeak anywhere covered by a 2G/3G cellular data network. The project demonstrates how to build your own and… read more >>

[Official Tutorial] Connecting Electric Imp to ThingSpeak IoT Data Services

Posted by Hans Scharler,

Build Open Data Applications with Electric Imp and ThingSpeak!
Electric Imp is a connectivity platform for connecting Wi-Fi devices to cloud services, much like RealTime.io and Iota Wi-Fi modules and Spark.io. Some Electric Imp module’s come in an SD card form factor and adds Wi-Fi connectivity to what’s connected to the Electric Imp module…. read more >>

DIY Weather Station with Arduino, Processing, and ThingSpeak

Posted by Hans Scharler,

[lars] created a weather station from scratch using sensors and bits from SparkFun and Adafruit. Lars wanted to log weather data and access it from remotely. He built the weather station using humidity, temperature, pressure, and light sensors collecting data from his apartment in Ithaca, NY. Originally, Lars was collecting data with his own web… read more >>

Contest Update 17

Posted by Hans Scharler,

Thanks for all of the submissions to the Internet of Things Contest (aka The Easiest Contest Ever). We received just over 20 projects and we will honor all of them with a gift certificate. I told you it was easy. If you happen to be working on a project now, send it in. You never… read more >>