Use a $9 GSM module & the Hologram network to remotely control any Arduino with Blynk App.
Cellular backdoor with Hologram Nova on Raspberry Pi flask-ask server-Amazon Alexa controlled.
The Raspberry Pi is a great IoT platform and it's even better with a cellular internet connection.
Ever wonder what others are thinking about a particular question? This machine will ask it for you and stores results in the cloud.
Inspired by the LAN Turtle 3G, when bringing your own network never worry about an IDS or Firewall blocking your access back to the network.
This is a trail camera that will notify you using a cellular network that there has been activity nearby.
This tutorial walks through receiving a message from the Hologram Cloud via our Python SDK.
This quick start tutorial walks through sending a message from a Raspberry Pi to the Hologram Cloud via our Python SDK.
Sometimes your BeagleBone project needs to be mobile and connect to the cloud. This tutorial walks through setting up a USB modem.
This tutorial walks through sending a message with the Hologram Cloud via our Python SDK.
This project takes you through the easiest way to connect a device over cellular with the Hologram Dash hardware.
Temperature & humidity monitoring is a very important factor in our daily life especially if we want to monitor remote places.
Creating a simple device to find and track lost or stolen assets while getting know Hologram and cellular positioning.
Am I going to run out of beer? Nope! Send SMS to remind yourself not to run out of ale!
Visually program IoT apps in the browser using an Arduino connected over cellular!
A GPS and temperature sensor built on the Hologram Dash for asset tracking or outdoor monitoring.
This is a cellular-connected internet button placed in a remote location. Hit the button, enter your initials, and get recognized.
This demo's a home monitoring system for elderly in your family who don't have internet at home, using hologram.io cellular connection.
Using the Nova Hologram, IoT Relay and a Raspberry Pi, easily make a remote smart switch so you can turn devices on/off remotely.
SBC w/ bluetooth, a cell modem, and a gps, build a cheap portable scanner for the automatic detection and reporting credit card skimmers.
Safely detonate your fireworks from far away using an SMS-based remote detonator.
Keep unwanted visitors off your premises without relying on WiFi, and get a text message whenever a threat has presented itself!
The purpose of these lessons is to demonstrate how you can robustly and securely build an IoT device with a few clicks and lines of code.
I live on a lake and always wanted to measure and track its water temperature. Hologram Nova and RaspberryPi would make it possible.
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