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Getting Started with IoT using the Particle Electron and ThingSpeak! http://community.thingspeak.com/2016/03/getting-started-with-iot-using-the-particle-electron-and-thingspeak/
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The power of any tool becomes magnified when you start combing it with other tools. In this MakerZone project by Eric Wetjen, he demonstrates a powerful project by using a webcam to gather live tra…
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Count cars + analyze traffic with Raspberry Pi​, a webcam, and ThingSpeak​

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Introduction In this IoT project, we use a Raspberry Pi, a web cam and ThingSpeak to count cars on a busy highway.  We deploy a car-counting algorithm to the Raspberry Pi device, and we analyze and visualize the traffic patterns with ThingSpeak, a data aggregator.  This project stores data in channel 38629 on ThingSpeak. Analytics are everywhere in the Internet of Things (IoT) occurring at: The edge node Offline on the desktop In the cloud For th...
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[Vegard Paulsen] created a solder iron that reports its usage and temperature to ThingSpeak and alerts him when it was left on. He uses an NodeMCU / ESP8266 Wi-Fi module to collect the data and post it to his ThingSpeak channel. Once the data is on ThingSpeak, he is able to send push notifications to his phone using the ThingSpeak React App.
[Vegard Paulsen] created a solder iron that reports its usage and temperature to ThingSpeak and alerts him when it was left on. He uses an NodeMCU / ESP8266 Wi-Fi module to collect the data and pos...
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Once your data gets into ThingSpeak, you than want to do something with it. A first step is to see the data. If the data are sensor values from a Nest thermostat for example, then you want to see i...
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Weekend project... create a +CheerLights using the ThingSpeak Channel API.
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New #iot  project with #esp8266  to collect dust levels with +ThingSpeak 
Using the ESP8266 Wi-Fi module, [shadowandy] built a dust sensor to measure dust levels in his house. The project incorporates the Shinyei PPD42NS dust sensor to do the measurements and posts the d...
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The servers behind ThingSpeak have been slammed with data from all kinds of IoT devices and applications. We recently upgraded the entire backend of ThingSpeak and increased capacity to support our...
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Things want to speak... We keep hearing about how many Billions and Billions of things there will be connected. Just think about how much data that they will create! Yep, it's Big Data, or even, Bi...
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The Open Data Platform for the Internet of Things
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ThingSpeak is an open source platform for Open Data from things, sensors, and controls.

ThingSpeak Features:
  • Open API
  • Real-time data collection
  • Geolocation data
  • Data processing
  • Data visualizations
  • Device status messages
  • Plugins
Build your own Internet of Things!