The LIBRARY basement part 9


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The very first color e-Paper roll-out in the food retail sector encompassing all store areas.


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Among all the platforms, LoRaWAN platforms held the highest market share of over 50% in 2018 as they use unlicensed spectrum and are best suited for applications that generate low traffic and require low-cost sensors.


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This week Electric Dollar Store opened its doors, selling interchangeable postage-stamp sized I2C-based modules for prices between $1.00 and $1.80. The modules include lights, buzzers, counters and sensors — the range is aimed at electronic makers. These aren’t manufacturing rejects shipping from Asia — they’re assembled, tested and shipped from a small farming town in California, where winter labor is cheap.

All the code for the project is BSD licensed.

The project is a spin-off from the popular open-source I2CDriver hardware debugger.


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rPrim Tech, the think tank of Rambla Prim Tech School - BARCELONA

rPrimTech


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Air Quality measurements


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SF considers ‘sweeping smart city’ installation of devices with cameras, microphones


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SCD30 – CO2 & Temperature & Humidity Sensor ($60)


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pax


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rpiairq
Indoor Air Quality Monitor with usb sensor dongle


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Custom LoRa Pager