There are many IoT clouds available to store and monitor the data from various sensors. With increasing popularity of IoT, more number of sensors are used every day and these sensors produce anonymous data which are useful to control other devices on the IoT network. These data can be studied further and used to modify design or improve the system performance. The Applications of Data Logging is vast and can be applied in Research Centres, Scientific Labs, Operation Theatres, Patient Monitoring System and many more.
Check out this useful DIY IoT tutorial: https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/log-temperature-sensor-data-to-google-sheet-using-nodemcu-esp8266
Lora Based GPS Tracker using Arduino and LoRa Shield
In this tutorial we will build GPS tracking system using LoRa, the system will consist of a Transmitter which will read the location information from the NEO-6M GPS module and transmit it wireless over Lora. The receiver part will receive the information and display it on a 16×2 LCD display.
Check out the tutorial here: https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/lora-based-gps-tracker-using-arduino-and-lora-shield
Learn how to read the UV Index on the Arduino. Tutorial at pimylifeup.com
Top Open Source IoT Platforms to Cut Down Your IoT Development Cost
Article link: https://circuitdigest.com/article/top-10-open-source-iot-platforms-to-cut-down-your-iot-development-cost
Learn how to read the UV index using a Raspberry Pi and a VEML6075 UV Sensor.
Here in this tutorial we will demonstrate how to send any data over BLE using nRF24L01. We will send temperature readings from DHT11 to smartphone using Arduino and nRF module over BLE.
Link to the tutorial: https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/sending-sensor-data-to-android-phone-using-arduino-nrf24l01-over-bluetooth-ble
Learn how to read data from the ADXL345 accelerometer on your Raspberry Pi.
In this project our aim is to leverage this IoT into the boring attendance system to make it smart and more effective. Most conventional attendance systems available today store the information over a micro SD card and have to be connected to software via a computer to access the information. Here, we will build a biometric attendance system using Arduino that scans for finger print and on successful identification of the person it will log the information to a cloud platform like ThingsBoard by using the ESP8266 Wi-Fi module. This information can then be displayed in the dashboard of ThingsBoard making it available for the required authorities to view and analysis information over the internet without having any direct physical access to the hardware. However the conventional Attendance system without involving IoT can also be built by following the link and Finger print sensor can be further used for many other biometric applications like Voting Machine, Security system etc.
Check out the full project details and instructions here: https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/iot-based-biometric-attendance-system-using-arduino-and-thingsboard
Learn how to setup your Raspberry Pi as a Google Eddystone beacon and expand the physical web.