Make a weather station with a Raspberry Pi 2. via JeremyMorgan
Today I’m going to show you how to make sort of a mini weather station with a Raspberry Pi. This is an ongoing project of mine that I’ve been tinkering with so I’ll share my learnings with you. It started with a project I wrote about last month, and is an improvement on it.
A core part of the “Internet of Things” movement is the idea of devices that gather data and send it to the Internet. That data is then acted on or observed for later. It’s a simple concept and has been going on for a while but lately it’s been getting cheaper and easier to do. This project is a great example of that.
While this seems like a long tutorial, it only takes about 30 minutes to complete. Let’s get started.
Once you complete this your Raspberry Pi will measure:
You can send your results to:
Google Spreadsheet on your Google Drive
ASP.Net Web API on your website
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