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IoT: In the Cloud

3 Posts authored by: bernhardmayer
In an IoT sensor application the sensor usually sleeps most of the time and wakes in regular periods for a very short time to send its measurements to the cloud. This should reduce the average current consumption to 10 - 100 uA and enable a long battery lifetime.   Concept of Arduino IoT cloud and misuse Based on my previous experience of the Arduino IoT cloud I think this cloud aims at another target. It wants to connect your Arduino to the cloud and keep the connection online all the time ...
Arduino IoT cloud  Connecting a Arduino to the Arduino IoT Cloud is very simple and straight forward. As long as you have the right Arduino board. At the moment there are only Arduino MKR 1000, Arduino MKR WIFI 1010 and Arduino MKR GSM 1400 supported. I have an Arduino MKR WIFI 1010 so I am fine. To connect it with the Arduino IoT Cloud you just have to follow the following tutorial:   https://create.arduino.cc/projecthub/133030/iot-cloud-getting-started-c93255?f=1   This tutor ...
It seems like I am a little bit late for the IoT: In the Cloud challenge. Nevertheless since I received a Arduino MKR WIFI 1010 board from element14 and that my project is now almost I finished I will present it anyway.   Introduction and Idea For us humans there exists the real ambient temperature and the apparent temperature (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apparent_temperature ). For low temperatures the the apparent temperature depends mostly on the real temperature and the wind speed and ...