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Find out how much plants grow without killing the plant.
On this Part 2, we will implement an IoT approach were control will be also possible remotely via Internet.
This project, titled Plant Monitoring Assistant, aims to help its users monitor their beloved plants.
SmartEverything Plant Monitor project allows the users to build and create an all-in-one embedded monitoring system without the hassle.
This is an automatic system controlled by an Arduino 101 that improves plant quality in our modern, urban society.
A device that warns us with light sound and a sign when our plant needs water.
This is the next step with an Particle Photon and softAP integration: cucumbers go online.
Want to build system that takes care of a plant?
Here's my first attempt. Using ESP8266, soil moisture and Sonoff grow light
Build an automatic plant watering system with WiFi Bluetooth.
Automatic terrarium with web interface
This system will water your plants automatically, monitor the level of the water reservoir and will keep your plants happy on many aspects.
You can check on your plant with your smartphone to determine if it has enough water, fertillizer, sunlight, and if the air quality is good.
Internet of Trees – Soil Saturation Monitor Using Particle, Azure, and Power Bi
Timer for watering the garden on a flexible, web set schedule that compensates for weather forecasts of rain and existing soil moisture.
Smart Garden is a plant environmental monitoring system.
Work in progress
Taking control of your plants growing process
Team Ain't no party like a Unix party
Raspberry Pi master, I2C Arduino gateway, software PWM servo, ADS1115 ADC and other sensors connected in order to water our plants.
We're pretty good at maintaining our code base, not so much at maintaining our office plants. We use Arduino to keep our plants alive.
You never seen such a way to water you plant.
Team Seeed AE
A device which collects data (environmental, soil and photosynthesis values) of plant(s) and then stores/analyze using a MKR1000 and Azure.
Using the Spark Core to gather plant/garden environment data then post it for storage and visualization it to a custom cloud application.
Steven James Erdmanzyk Jr.