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A Smart Gadget to Analyse the Weather Changes Using SenseHat Sensor and Internet of Things(IoT)

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  • Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, MITS, Madanapalle, India

Abstract


Objectives: In present days, as the technology improves day by day, every one seems to automate most of the possible things to take advantage in providing ease in life. The main objective of this paper is to develop project which monitors the weather with temperature, pressure and humidity values. Method: The proposed method is to build our very own weather dashboard, using Raspberry pi SenseHat and wifiusb nano adapter which captures the weather inside and outside of house over time and sends the data to ThingSpeak. Findings: The code used for the proposed method is developed in python language, which is a default programming language provided by Raspberry Pi and Store’s the results in new channel API Thing speak key, which is an IoT application. Improvements: The reliability of the proposed work can be further improved by using Wireless Sensor Nodes at different places.

Keywords

API Key, Raspberry Pi, SenseHat, Thing Speak, Wi-fi Adapter.

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