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IoT Command Center
Posted by jack chen
Posted April 17, 2015 | 0 favorites
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I decided to make a device that was jam packed with sensors and buttons that can do whatever you want it to. It has temperature, humidity, gas, light, sound, motion, and vibration sensors. It also has a speaker and an LED stick for feedback. I 3D printed the enclosure and the clear LED stick. The LED stick can be set to give visual feedback of a sensor's readings. I currently have it set to display the temperature using different colors for different temperature ranges. My first Command Center is going to be used in a warehouse. My office is upstairs so when people need me, they have to walk up stairs or call me. 4 of the buttons are programmed to text different people in the warehouse with the message"Your assistance is needed in the warehouse." The other 2 buttons will probably be used to turn lights on and off at the other end of the warehouse. I also get a text if the warehouse gets too hot(The Thermostat is upstairs too) and if the device disconnects from the wifi. I can monitor the condition of the warehouse at all times from anywhere. The buttons on the device can also be triggered from a cell phone using Spark's tinker app. Please see my instructable for more information: http://www.instructables.com/id/IoT-Command-Center/
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