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6 Posts authored by: madhugovindarajan
I found this example really detailed and thorough.   https://www.mathworks.com/help/supportpkg/arduino/examples/arduino-based-smart-watering-of-plants.html   Any thoughts on what other sensors can come in handy when one uses smart techniques in agricultural space? ...
I recently blogged about the Arduino Engineering Kit here on element14. This one is dedicated to the motorcycle project which is part of the kit.   As part of the kit, users learn how to build the motorcycle and design a controller that can balance the motorcycle in place, balance while moving and while turning. This video shows all of that in action.   https://www.element14.com/community/videos/26661/   The most interesting part about this for me is the fact that the motorcy ...
Hi everyone,   Arduino and MathWorks collaborated to bring you Arduino Engineering Kit. You can now purchase this from element14 community (Newark). The Arduino Engineering Kit consists of three projects that will teach students how to build modern electronic devices and engineering concepts like image processing and control system design. In addition to the hardware, students and educators get access to e-learning platform and MATLAB and Simulink license for free for 1-year. Here is the ...
Are you a student? Here is how you can win up to 1000 USD -   1) Show off your cool projects in which you used Simulink by creating a video which explains how you used Simulink. 2) Visit this page and use the appropriate hashtag while uploading your video to YouTube and complete the entry form on it.   And as always please share your projects with e14 community and earn the respect of your peers here as well.    For more details and the challenge rules please visit th ...
MathWorks recently ran a hardware challenge, where in users were asked to submit a project in which they programmed hardware boards using MATLAB or Simulink. The grand prize for this challenge was 1000 USD and we received over 60 submissions for this challenge. Here is a link to the announcement page where you can read about the top 3 prize winners and also see their videos.   The announcement page also has a link to all the submissions for those who are interested in seeing the rest of ...
At some point in time in our lives we have all created projects outside the scope of work and never got any credit for it. Here is your chance to show off your side projects and/or work projects where you programmed hardware boards like Arduino and Raspberry Pi using MATLAB and/or Simulink. You could win up to $1000 This challenge is open to everyone over the age of 18 and community gets to vote for their favorite project. Steps to enter the challenge – Create an original video and upload ...

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