Feed your family with 22 sqm smart greenhouse by combining permaculture, vertical towers and IoT.
Use the IO Expander and Relay Expander with the Arduino to control up to 65,280 relays!
Monitors temperature, PH, and Cl. levels and notifies you if anything is out of range.
How to connect multiple Atlas sensors to a single Arduino serial port.
A real-time sensor monitoring platform using the Atlas IoT software on Raspberry Pi.
How to connect multiple Atlas EZO sensors to a Raspberry PI.
A system to maintain the pH level of a sample within a defined range.
AMACS is a standalone solution for taking care of your aquaponic system by continously monitor & control using PSoC Analog Co-processor.
Intent: Use Rasberry Pi, Arduino Nanos, off the shelf parts to make solar powered aquaponics system managed by Artificial Intelligence.
Smart system that'll help you eat fresh vegetables and fish with low water consumption and zero fertilizers, even if you don't have garden.
Real-time pH and salinity monitoring with LED indicators.
This device automatically runs colormetric tests of water. It dispenses reagents, mixes them, and categorizes the test results.
How to temperature compensate the Atlas salinity sensor automatically.
Grow your own lettuce, greens, and strawberries with a soil-less system that will give them just the right amount of nutrient rich water.
This will show how to make a Bluetooth Low Energy Internet of Things device to monitor Electrical Conductivity for hydroponics.
Built with basics - the perfect tool for integrated learning.
Monitor EC, pH, and temperature of a hydroponics setup and upload the data to Adafruit's IO service.
Monitor EC, pH, and temperature of a hydroponics setup and upload the data to IBM's Watson service.
Helping aquaponic classes by measuring CO2, light, temperature, and humidity, when all 4 are in prime range, our led will light up.
In this second part for building jellyfish - we add the v2 controller and sensors the smart mini aquaponics garden.
Let your house plant show you what its feeling with this simple project that uses M5Stack and a soil moisture sensor.