May 17, 2017, Ubidots is excited to announce the Ubidots Pack by Zolertia now available in the Zolertia webstore. Navigating the IoT Ecosystem to find an affordable solution for development can be very challenging, expensive, and cumbersome. Looking to lesson the strain on our current and future clients, Ubidots and Zolertia have teamed up to create a single pack for developmental IoT to be prototyped and deployed. Look no further than this packs for both research and industrial development and deployment.
AirPi is an plug-and-sense, low cost weather station. It works as a shield for the Raspberry Pi, gathering data about temperature, humidity, air pressure, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, light levels, noise levels and even more. In this article we’ll connect the AirPi Kit to the Ubidots cloud, creating a connected WiFi weather station.
Once the AirPi is plugged to Ubidots, you’ll be able to create a real-time widgets in Ubidots Dashboard.
Results: Using a Raspberry Pi Model B we can display these actually environmental details outside our office. With Ubidots you can monitor your environments.
Learn how Antonio Lignan built a low-cost Weather Monitor station using Zolertia and Ubidots. The tutorial takes us from listing the components to achieving autonomous power, IP65 enclosure, registration in WeatherUnderground and data sending to Ubidots.
One of the reasons I mostly have cactuses at home is because I often forget to water my plants. This is why I build this project to control an electrovalve remotely to irrigate my plants from any place just using my phone.
At the end of this tutorial, you should be able to do something like this: