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One Million ThingSpeak Channels! 4

Christopher Stapels, the product marketing manager for ThingSpeak, told me that we crossed ONE MILLION CHANNELS of IoT data on ThingSpeak. We have come along way over the years. The first channel… 更多内容 >>

Collect and Visualize Agricultural Data using The Things Network and ThingSpeak 2

Long-range wireless communication technology enables the transfer of sensor data over a long distance while using low-power radios for connectivity. This technology can be leveraged to connect… 更多内容 >>

Create and Train a Feedforward Neural Network

We have published an example in the ThingSpeak documentation that shows you how to train a feedforward neural network to predict temperature. The feedforward neural network is one of the… 更多内容 >>

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… 更多内容 >>

Use MATLAB ‘timetable’ to Merge ThingSpeak Data Channels 10

We released a new version of MATLAB® and it’s available now for every ThingSpeak user. MATLAB R2016b includes many new features that make it easy to work with time-stamped tabular data,… 更多内容 >>

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… 更多内容 >>

Cigar Humidor Updates Twitter – Powered by ThingSpeak and Arduino 2

CAVA created a cigar humidor with a social life. A humidor stores cigars in a humidity controlled environment to maintain freshness, but this special humidor sends the humidity sensor value to… 更多内容 >>

DIY Weather Station with Arduino, Processing, and ThingSpeak

[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… 更多内容 >>