Evan Ross
Published © MIT

Blockchain-Powered Sensor System Using Helium Network

This solar-powered air quality sensor signs and sends blockchain transactions through the Helium network to a global public blockchain.

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Blockchain-Powered Sensor System Using Helium Network

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Grove - Barometer Sensor (BMP280)
Seeed Studio Grove - Barometer Sensor (BMP280)
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Seeed Studio - Grove - 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer (LIS3DHTR)
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Grove - I2C High Accuracy Temp&Humi Sensor (SHT35)
Seeed Studio Grove - I2C High Accuracy Temp&Humi Sensor (SHT35)
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Grove - GPS (Air530)
Seeed Studio Grove - GPS (Air530)
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Sensirion SPS30 Particle Sensor
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Seeed Studio - Small Solar Panel 1W
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Adafruit Solar Charger V2
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Adafruit PowerBoost 500 Basic
×1
ME-OS-MINI
ME-OS-MINI
ME-OS-MINI with TSP (Trusted Sensor Platform) variant.
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Software apps and online services

Helium Console
Telos Blockchain
Measurement Earth Analytics Platform

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Credits

Evan Ross

Evan Ross

12 projects • 61 followers
Electrical Engineer with 20 years as professional firmware developer and consultant. Cortex-M, sensors and communications are my game.
Thanks to Nicolas Lopez.

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