Send and receive real SMS text messages with your Arduino! A self-contained texting device with its own SIM card and phone number.
A rapidly deployable distributed Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11s mesh communication network with cellular modem Internet access for emergency disasters.
Cellular backdoor with Hologram Nova on Raspberry Pi flask-ask server-Amazon Alexa controlled.
Asset tracking is a trend, but this project intends to work in a decentralized way storing each action, event or alert in a blockchain.
Ever wonder what others are thinking about a particular question? This machine will ask it for you and stores results in the cloud.
This is a trail camera that will notify you using a cellular network that there has been activity nearby.
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.
Keep unwanted visitors off your premises without relying on WiFi, and get a text message whenever a threat has presented itself!
The Raspberry Pi is an awesome little device. I will show how you can have a complete standalone wireless/wired home automation system.
Self contained cellular GPS tracker. Ever wanted to spy on bad guys? Now you can, watch as they drive around doing bad guy stuff!
Wouldn't it be nice if you could start warming up the camp before you leave the house? How about using Alexa to do it for you!
Tutorial and codebase walking through making a cellular backhauled gateway which collects data from WiFi devices.
Use Hologram's cellular network to monitor a fleet of vehicles using OBDII, Raspberry Pi, GPS, and GSM.
Keep your home safe and sound even while you're away! Remotely monitor and manage your home gadgets with Hologram Nova and a Raspberry Pi.
Creating a simple device to find and track lost or stolen assets while getting know Hologram and cellular positioning.
Remotely monitor soil moisture of your off-site garden plot. Data is plotted in a cloud service so you know when to go and water!
The Arduino Uno controls a 16 Neopixel unicorn horn. This includes a GPS module broadcasting through a cellular GSM shield.
It's like NASA's Mars rover, except it's on Earth, communicates over cell towers and has way less latency.
Small devices for finding lost children at large venues (like fairs or stores) using face recognition and cell network connectivity
A guide for the Hologram.io Arduino MKR 1400 GSM workshop for IoTDevFest PHX 2019.
Usually, you might use WiFi to control your IoT projects at home, but what do you do when your WiFi is down?
Media hotspot placed on bus can be accessed via Wi-Fi to view media content & also to track the devices using GPS co-ordinates sent to cloud
Out with the tilt indicator stickers, in with proactive notifications and tracking.
Temperature & humidity monitoring is a very important factor in our daily life especially if we want to monitor remote places.
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