In this article, you are going to build a weather measurement station that will automatically send data to an online cloud service. To do so, we will simply use an Arduino Uno board, a WiFi module and some sensors.
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Two new Netduinos were announced today: the Netduino 3 Wi-Fi and the Netduino 3 Ethernet! The Wi-Fi version ships today, and the Ethernet version is scheduled to ship in late June.
I’ve been testing the Netduino 3 Wi-Fi for the past few weeks and I can easily say it’s the best Netduino hardware ever released. This board is awesome.
There are two huge differences with this model compared to the previous Netduino Plus 2: the Ethernet port has been replaced with Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n via TI’s CC3100) and three GoBus ports have been added along the right edge of the board. Even with these additions the board is still very small — only about half an inch wider than the NP2.
We could often feel frustrated when programming using the Arduino IDE. Why? Not because of how many errors we encounter in the program, but it is so difficult to find out the errors in source code, which is really something freaking out.
The explosive growth of microcontrollers, microcomputers, and DIY embedded boards continues to push the boundaries of the Internet of Things. The sky’s the limit when it comes to what we can do with a simple board. Home automation, connected car, monitoring and triggering sensors, the list goes on and on.
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