Tracking the harmful particulate pollution from wildfires intelligently

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — April 15th, 2022 As wildfires continue to get more prevalent throughout the world, new methods are required in order to track not just their flames which destroy forests and buildings, but also the vast quantities of fine particulate matter that gets thrown into the sky from the smoke. Fine particulate matter that…… Continue reading Tracking the harmful particulate pollution from wildfires intelligently

This biofloc monitoring system is an innovative device to help with aquaculture

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — April 13th, 2022 With the Earth’s population still on track to increase by another two billion people by the year 2050, finding ways to feed them without causing grave harm to the environment is a top priority. Currently, fish is one of the most widely consumed foods in the world, and a…… Continue reading This biofloc monitoring system is an innovative device to help with aquaculture

Keeping algae in check with a DIY pond monitor

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — April 12th, 2022 For element14 user christophesky, his garden’s pond acts as a meeting point for a wide variety of animals, including frogs, birds, and insects. However, sudden algae blooms can turn the once-clean pond into a toxin-filled pool that is harmful to its visitors, which is what caused Christopher to think of…… Continue reading Keeping algae in check with a DIY pond monitor

This MKR WAN 1300-powered rover was inspired by the orb-weaver spider

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — April 11th, 2022 Orb-weaver spiders are often found in gardens and are famous for the intricate webs they spin to catch pre, and as the name implies, this web is in the shape of a circle. In keeping with the theme, element14 user Miloš Rašic had the idea to build a small rover taking inspiration…… Continue reading This MKR WAN 1300-powered rover was inspired by the orb-weaver spider

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

Announcing the Touch Less, Do More Challenge

Reading Time: 4 minutes The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we interact with people, things, and the world around us. We’re calling on the community to use an Arduino Nano or MKR board to build solutions that can help us practice better social distancing, improve queue management, or enable touch-free technologies. Stepping out from our homes, to go to…… Continue reading Announcing the Touch Less, Do More Challenge

New MKR WAN 1310 for LoRa connectivity comes with 2MByte Flash and extended battery life

Reading Time: 2 minutes New MKR WAN 1310 for LoRa connectivity comes with 2MByte Flash and extended battery life Arduino Team — October 10th, 2019 We’re excited to announce the launch of the Arduino MKR WAN 1310, which offers a practical and cost-effective solution for those looking to add LoRa connectivity to their projects.  The new MKR WAN 1310…… Continue reading New MKR WAN 1310 for LoRa connectivity comes with 2MByte Flash and extended battery life

LoRa security camera detects and transmits trespasser data

Reading Time: 2 minutes LoRa security camera detects and transmits trespasser data Arduino Team — July 4th, 2019 Security cameras are a great way to deter theft and vandalism, but what if the camera is out of WiFi range, or otherwise would need long cables to transmit pictures? As explained here, Tegwyn Twmffat has an interesting solution–taking advantage of…… Continue reading LoRa security camera detects and transmits trespasser data

Remote weather station gets LoRa upgrade

Reading Time: 2 minutes After deploying a remote weather station over two years ago, self-proclaimed ugly pirate Tecwyn Twmffat needed a better wireless communication solution.  Originally, his installation used a GPRS modem to transmit data over the cellular network, and while this normally worked quite well, the module would get booted off the network during updates. Additionally, its solar…… Continue reading Remote weather station gets LoRa upgrade

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