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A self-replenishing sanitary pad and tampon dispenser that tracks your monthly menstrual cycle.
Eating too much chocolates! Not anymore. A weight monitoring Scale for chocolate tins with automated donations to charity when you overeat.
Smart Anniversary will track anniversary calendar and send flowers using Amazon DRS. You will never forget another anniversary.
My vision of IoT medicine packaging.
An Amazon Dash Replenishment Service device that uses weight as a determination for when the box of items on top are close to running out
A barbecue shaped alarm that tells you when it’s going to be barbecue weather. It will order your supplies through the Amazon DRS system.
My Idea is about designing Amazon DRS enabled vending box for sanitizing needs of baby (i.e. baby diapers, baby soap and baby wipes).
What if 3D printer stops because of filament shortage! "ReFILL-ament" helps you to calculate its use and sync it with Amazon DRS service.
For 3D makers the worst thing is running out filament in the middle of a hours long print. This device will order for you when it is low!
I am building a water filter replenishment system using Amazon DRS by monitoring the water usage.
DRS For Paper Cup Dispenser System
"You just say what the thing does and then you add '-er'." Replenisher keeps your fridge, office...stocked! Just scan! "I'm going on break!"
Complete Guide to Make your own Amazon Dash Replenishment Service Device.
Use Alexa to control your Raspberry Pi Powered Cat Feeder. The cat feeder can also re-order cat food using Amazon DRS.
A project using the AmazonDRS library for WiFi101 connected Arduinos. Just like the AWS IoT button, but completely open source!
A quick way to use dash replenishment services in an easy-to-use iOS App.
My Smart Book Stack Replenisher uses Amazon DRS to maintain a stack of unread books on my book shelf.
My idea is about a beverage "server" that allows the person to put any size of cup in a padding that measures the size of the cup and fill i
This project utilizes a combination of RFID, Load Cell Sensors, and connectivity through Arduino and Echo for an Amazon Based Smart Pantry.
Use simple and cheap RF technologies to make Dash button setup and product configuration much easier, while reducing costs for Amazon by 70%
This device tracks the use of any product and automatically reorders it from Amazon when it is about to run out without your interaction.
Never run out of liquid laundry detergent again with this Amazon DRS enabled liquid laundry detergent sensor, a.k.a. LaundryBot.
An oil container that can automatically order new oil via Amazon DRS when the oil level in the container is low.