Top Three Arduino Cloud Games Projects Revealed

Reading Time: 5 minutes The Arduino Cloud Games was first hinted at just after Christmas, 2021. That’s how long these amazing members of the Arduino community have been toiling on some genuinely incredible projects. The top three were just announced live on the community day at Arduino Week 2022, so we thought we’d give you a closer look at…… Continue reading Top Three Arduino Cloud Games Projects Revealed

A New Way to Connect with Arduino Cloud

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — February 1st, 2022 As Arduino Cloud continues to evolve and we see more and more people adopting the platform, we wanted to make sure there was a strong focal point for newcomers to find out what it’s all about. Which is why we just released cloud.arduino.cc, to give you a one-stop shop…… Continue reading A New Way to Connect with Arduino Cloud

Let your ideas take flight in the Arduino Cloud Games

Reading Time: 3 minutes Arduino’s brand new initiative, the Arduino Cloud Games, is now live and accepting submissions. This new program is a way to build a community showcase of the most creative, innovative ideas that show the vast potential and scope of connected projects. Let’s take a look at how you can get involved, and let your ideas…… Continue reading Let your ideas take flight in the Arduino Cloud Games

Arduino IoT Cloud Scheduler Brings Enhanced Automation to Your Projects

Reading Time: 3 minutes Cloud Scheduler is a brand new feature that’s now live as part of your Arduino Cloud platform. It’s a powerful addition that adds a whole new dimension of automation and control to your projects. Triggering Schedule Variables The Cloud Scheduler is a new type of variable. It’s pretty simple, consisting of a couple of elements…… Continue reading Arduino IoT Cloud Scheduler Brings Enhanced Automation to Your Projects

This MKR WiFi 1010-based weather station sends readings to the Arduino Cloud

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — November 13th, 2021 Constructing your very own IoT weather monitoring station can be a complicated ordeal, as getting values from the embedded device to some kind of web server in a secure manner takes a lot of effort and time to complete. For his system, Clem Mayer from element14 Presents was able…… Continue reading This MKR WiFi 1010-based weather station sends readings to the Arduino Cloud

Arduino Cloud gets mobile dashboards and Facebook login

Reading Time: 3 minutes You’ve now got a way to optimize your Arduino Cloud dashboards for small screens, and Facebook login for the smartphone apps and your account. It’s been a busy few weeks! Only yesterday we rolled out LoRaWAN connectivity in Arduino Cloud using The Things Stack. Now we’ve even more great features to tell you about, so…… Continue reading Arduino Cloud gets mobile dashboards and Facebook login

Connect to Arduino Cloud from far away with LoRaWAN and The Things Stack

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Things Stack (TTS) and Arduino Cloud are now fully interfaced and open up a world of connected opportunities. When you configure a LoRaWAN device now, it’ll automatically be registered on The Things Stack platform, too. Arduino Cloud Goes Long Range Let’s have a quick crash course in LoRaWAN, before we go any further. An…… Continue reading Connect to Arduino Cloud from far away with LoRaWAN and The Things Stack

Arduino Cloud widgets and data downloads get a design overhaul

Reading Time: 3 minutes Arduino Cloud’s dashboards and widgets are some of its most popular features. It’s what turns the Cloud into your ultimate control center for all kinds of projects, from home automation to industrial monitoring. We’re constantly looking for ways to improve the user experience, and we’ve just rolled out some small, but very important tweaks. Combined…… Continue reading Arduino Cloud widgets and data downloads get a design overhaul

Self-contained, Arduino Cloud-connected home monitoring module

Reading Time: 3 minutes Home monitoring is a big part of home automation, but it’s often overshadowed. Our attention tends to get hijacked by cool projects that perform physical actions. Whether it’s turning the lights on, changing their color, running a robot vacuum cleaner, pulling on the blinds or watering the garden. All these actions are very cool and…… Continue reading Self-contained, Arduino Cloud-connected home monitoring module

Create projects fast, with no coding, using Oplà IoT Kit templates

Reading Time: 3 minutes Create projects fast, with no coding, using Oplà IoT Kit templates Arduino Team — July 30th, 2021 Templates are here for the Oplà IoT Kit. This is a new feature that takes you from unboxing your kit to uploading a sketch and getting a project up and running in record time. And you can do…… Continue reading Create projects fast, with no coding, using Oplà IoT Kit templates

This shield combines the retro charm of Nixie tubes with modern Arduino Cloud connectivity

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — July 8th, 2021 Nixie tubes are fun little devices that act like seven-segment display modules in that they can be lined up together in order to form a larger number by showing digits 0 through 9. One maker, Marcin Saj, has created a unique project that uses a series of six Nixie tubes that…… Continue reading This shield combines the retro charm of Nixie tubes with modern Arduino Cloud connectivity

Work on your Arduino sketches from anywhere with remote sketchbook

Reading Time: 3 minutes Remote sketchbook offers synchronization between the Arduino IDE 2 beta and Arduino Cloud. This powerful new feature now means you can work on your code from literally anywhere and everywhere.  Push, Pull and Sync Your Arduino Sketches Currently you can work on Arduino sketches in the IDE on your computer. The files are stored there…… Continue reading Work on your Arduino sketches from anywhere with remote sketchbook

Using historical data from sensors in Arduino Cloud

Reading Time: 4 minutes Historical data can be essential to making your electronics and Arduino project work how you want them to. Data retention is one of the features that changes depending on which level of Arduino Cloud account you have. Here’s everything you need to know, so you can choose exactly the right Arduino Cloud plan. Data or…… Continue reading Using historical data from sensors in Arduino Cloud

Private Sketches for Arduino Cloud

Reading Time: 3 minutes Private sketches are now available as part of your Arduino Cloud. It’s a new option that provides you with more control over how you share sketches, and who can view them. Sharing Sketches From Arduino Cloud As you probably already know, you can easily share sketches that you’ve created in your Arduino Cloud. This includes…… Continue reading Private Sketches for Arduino Cloud

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