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Learn How to Build a Condition Monitoring IoT System 1

Douglas Mawrey created a Smart Humidity Sensor using ThingSpeak to collect data, MATLAB to analyze the data, and IFTTT to send push notifications for certain conditions. This project uses the outdoor… read more >>

Collecting Resting Heart Rate Data Using ThingSpeak With a $5 Wi-Fi Device 2

Naman Chauhan from SRM University created a proof-of-concept project that measures your resting heart rate and sends the data for analysis via a $5 Wi-Fi device. The project is fully documented with… read more >>

Send Bulk Sensor Data to ThingSpeak for Analysis 5

Many IoT projects collect data from a sensor and send the data to ThingSpeak at the same time over and over. To continuously collect and send data to the cloud requires the device to be powered and… read more >>

[Kickstarter] nodeIT – Small, Stackable IoT Device

Kickstarter projects pop up all of the time. Developers are looking to raise money for their projects so they can order a larger production run and gauge market reaction. A lot of recent projects are… read more >>

Collecting Dust Levels with ThingSpeak and ESP8266 Wi-Fi 2

Using the ESP8266 Wi-Fi module, [shadowandy] built a dust sensor to measure dust levels in his house. The project incorporates the Shinyei PPD42NS dust sensor to do the measurements and posts the… read more >>

Soldering Iron Connected to ThingSpeak with #NodeMCU and #ESP8266 Wi-Fi

[Vegard Paulsen] created a solder iron that reports its usage and temperature to ThingSpeak and alerts him when it was left on. He uses an NodeMCU / ESP8266 Wi-Fi module to collect the data and post… read more >>

Basement Dehumidifier Tweets Its Humidity with ThingSpeak and ESP8266 Wi-Fi

ThingSpeak user, Spencer, adapted a humidifier that sits in his basement. He is solving a common issue about humid basements. If your dehumidifier fails, you get wet things you have stored and then… read more >>

There is a Hamster on Twitter Now… Thanks to ThingSpeak, Arduino, and ESP8266 Wi-Fi 3

What does an adorable hamster need? Internet of Things, but of course. Using ThingSpeak, ESP8266 Wi-Fi, and Arduino, Ángel from San Sebastián built a monitoring system for his hamster which is dubbed… read more >>

New ThingSpeak Forum Dedicated to the ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module

Over the past few months, we have seen the ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module take the DIY Internet of Things makers by storm. The main reason is the ESP8266 is less than $5US includes Wi-Fi connectivity and the… read more >>

[Instructables] Wi-Fi Temperature Data Logger

[noel portugal] is at it again! This time Noel created a simple Wi-Fi based sensor data logger using ThingSpeak, the ESP8266 Wi-Fi module, and a digital temperature sensor. At the heart of the… read more >>