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IoT: In the Cloud

4 Posts authored by: Jan Cumps Top Member
We'll connect an Arduino MKR to AWS IoT with an Ethernet cable and the MKR ETH shield. I've done this before on a MKR1010 with WiFi. This post uses the same example, with a wired Ethernet solution. With this example, you can safely connect to AWS and interact with their MQTT service.   What do you need?  An Arduino MKR. Any will do, MKR1000, 1010, ..... An Arduino MKR ETH shield mounted on it An internet connected Ethernet cable plugged into the shield.   For the setup o ...
IoT: In the Cloud Enter Your Project for a chance to win an Arduino MKR WAN 1300 Kit with a Compatable Lora Gateway or an MKR 1400 GSM with a Shield Combo + a $100 shopping cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   My project for Arduino Day 2019 is an autonomous sensor device that reports its battery status to Amazon Web Services. It uses AWS for data insight, graphs and to indicate how long it's expected to continue living without chargi ...
IoT: In the Cloud Enter Your Project for a chance to win an Arduino MKR WAN 1300 Kit with a Compatable Lora Gateway or an MKR 1400 GSM with a Shield Combo + a $100 shopping cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   My project for Arduino Day 2019 is an autonomous sensor device that reports data from a (randomly chosen) sensor and how long it's expected to run before you need to recharge its battery. The focus is not on the sensor (although ...
IoT: In the Cloud Enter Your Project for a chance to win an Arduino MKR WAN 1300 Kit with a Compatable Lora Gateway or an MKR 1400 GSM with a Shield Combo + a $100 shopping cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   I'm preparing a project for Arduino Day. I'll need to connect an Arduino MKR 1010 (thank you element14!) with AWS IoT. And good news: the Arduino example is safe. An example where the safety is embedded from the get go. Respec ...