Indoor air quality monitoring with ESP32 and Qubitro IoT platform.
Build a mesh network using Wi-Fi, and the data from mesh devices were sent to Qubitro.
Quick Introduction: This tutorial is based on Real-Time GPS Monitoring using M5Stick C (ESP32) with the help of Qubitro's GPS Mapping System. Things you needed: 1. M5StickC [https://shop.m5stack.com/products/stick-c?variant=17203451265114] 2. M5Stack GPS Unit (AT6558) [https://shop.m5stack.com/products/mini-gps-bds-unit] 3. Grove connector 4.
We believe that partnering is crucial to the IoT landscape for having a tangible market, regardless of product type or vertical that businesses are in. Our goal is to enable developers and businesses to easily discover devices and sensors for their connected solutions and yield their ideas into existence in
Moving from AWS to Equinix Metal & Cloudflare
Monitor WisBlock Sensors in real-time with ESP32 WiFi Module & MQTT protocol
Seeed [https://www.seeedstudio.com] has unveiled a series of low-cost industrial grade outdoor LoRaWAN sensors called SenseCAPs. You can twist the cap off the body to have two parts, the sensor, then the body which exposes a reset button, status LED, UART, and power switch. Within the body are
Landslide Early Warning System Based with Qubitro and Arduino Nano 33 IoT.
Build, Deploy, and Connect sensor nodes with Qubitro using the LoRaWAN networking technology and RAKwireless hardware.
> TL;DR We moved from Public to Private Cloud. Qubitro now independently runs on an isolated, private cloud thanks to Equinix Metal. Scaling dynamic deployments Our infrastructure evolved from constantly crashing Python scripts to re-written APIs, microservices, queues, multi-node databases, and so on. We are collecting device data from multiple