This ESP32 project uses the Xbee CAT 1 LTE and a shield with a temperature sensor to send the user an SMS notification based on temperature.
This project uses DK IoT Studio, a Trinamic IC, and a Microchip AVR-IoT to control window blinds via a mobile app.
This project uses the Cypress CYW20819 to determine the temperature of a tea kettle and turn it off based on a user selected drink.
This PIC IoT project turns a fan on and off based on a temperature sensor.
Create a system that will turn on and off a device with a press of a button on your phone, a press on the Rapid IoT Kit or with temp control.
A plant monitoring system which records light, temperature and humidity of the surrounding and the information can be displayed online.
WhenDi helps infants’ caregivers share context as they hand off responsibility – WhenDid she last eat, sleep, or have her diaper changed?
Read things like air quality and CO2 levels with this NXP Rapid IoT project.
This project sets up an NXP Rapid IoT onto a water bottle and uses an accelerometer to display how full or empty a water bottle is, and tracks the data on a graph.
Gather in-vehicle sensor data (temperature, force, etc. ) to help compare with data sent by vehicle sensors.
Use an NXP Rapid IoT Sensor to detect sensor data attached to an asset like a bike.
Fall detection monitor using the NXP Rapid IoT kit and RPK IoT Studio.
Connect an AVR-IoT WG kit, blink an LED, and get data on your dashboard with a moisture sensor with this well-documented tutorial.
A smart home for a strange pet.
This project explores using Thread and BLE to create a simple text messaging system for a household
This is a project focused on using the NXP Rapid IoT Prototyping to make the workplace safer. You can build a prototype using the NXP Rapid IoT kit and monitor conditions for employees in hazardous areas.