The Raspberry Pi-based kit is designed to serve as a starting point for connecting static sensors to the Google Cloud. The kit includes temperature, humidity, pressure, ambient light, and UV light sensors, but also air quality sensing to monitor volatile organic compound levels in ambient air, and a magnetic field sensor. It sends data from its ten sensors immediately to a Google Cloud account where the data can be viewed and processed. The full UL-RPI1S2R2 development kit comes with a Raspberry Pi v3B single board computer, a Silicon Labs Thunderboard 2 sensor board, and a Strontronics universal power supply for the Raspberry Pi. UrsaLeo RPi comes pre-loaded with Yocto Linux and the UrsaLeo Gateway demonstration application. Once a cloud account has been created using UrsaLeo Cloud Console, the Gateway is ready to connect to Google Cloud and start sending sensor data for display, processing and triggering actions.
Ursaleo - www.ursaleo.com
And last month’s winners are…
In our previous reader offer, Nanoport Technology was giving away three TacHammer Developer Kits , worth 400 Euros each, for eeNews Europe's readers to win.
Lucky winners include Mr I. Isakov from the UK, Mr F. Renet from France and Mr A. Moerel from the Netherlands. All should be receiving their packages soon. Let's wish them some interesting findings with their projects.