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Arduino, Sensors, and the Internet of Things (Paperback)
You're ready to move beyond "blink" and basic bots, and who better to explain how Arduino works with the Internet of Things than RobotGrrl. In Arduino, Sensors, and the Internet of Things, Erin Kennedy, better known in the Arduino communityas RobotGrrl, shows you the basics of connecting your Arduino to the Internet of Things. Then you'll advance to learn how to create networks of connected devices, how to make sensor decisions, and how to filter data.
Key elementsin Arduino, Sensors, and the Internet of Things
Determine which sensors to use and the best data methods How to push and receive data on the Internet of Things How to create networks of interconnected devices The Arduino is inherently friendly; Arduino, Sensors, and the Internet of Things shows you how to make your Arduino-based gadgets talk to each other and to you. What you'll learn How to evaluate your environment and choose the best sensors for each task Numerous data filtering techniques How to push data to the Internet of Thingsand check that it was received How to receive and verify data from the Internet of Things How to implement the Internet of Things in real-world scenarios How to create complex interactions and mesh networks with Arduino Who this book is for
Arduino and gadget enthusiasts who want to advance their projects by connecting them to the Internet of Things; people who want to learn more about remote monitoring of things like temperature and other sensor data.