Jorge made this IOT Rover during his studies at the Institute of Technology in Sligo Ireland. You can find the full project details on Github. Thanks Jorge for sending this in!
My name is Jorge Crespo, and the project that I’m sending you consist of a10
ROVER with internet and GPS connection using your FONA 808 module, one
Arduino mega and also one PIC microcontroller (PIC18F45K20). It could be
managed directly from the Arduino, but I had to use an PIC, and it also
makes the project more interesting.
I Study electronic engineering in the Politechnical University of Valencia
(Spain) but during this year I have been studying with an Erasmus+ grant in
the Institute of technology of Sligo (Ireland), and this is my end of year
I have upload everything to the github repository and I’m sharing everything
with an GPL V3 license.
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