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[C.A.V.A.] created a cigar humidor with a social life. A humidor stores cigars in a humidity controlled environment to maintain freshness, but this special humidor sends the humidity sensor value to ThingSpeak and alerts Twitter when you need to add water. The project uses a humidity sensor and an Arduino Ethernet to post the data to the ThingSpeak API. Mi Humidor de Cigarros conectado a Internet por medio de un Arduino. Internet of Things - ThingSpeak

Internet of Things - ThingSpeak

Wireless Sensor Networks The D3S group at the University of Trento, Italy, invites applications for a post‐doctoral research position in wireless sensor networks (WSNs). We are seeking a candidate to conduct research in the context of a funded 3‐year project, starting in 2014, aimed at large‐scale monitoring of the environment, and of the wildlife dwelling in it. To this end, the project employs a mixture of static and mobile (animal‐borne) WSN nodes, which are used in synergy with other monitoring technologies, such as on‐board low‐resolution cameras and remote sensing. As such, the project tackles several open research problems, for instance: protocols supporting opportunistic delivery of data (including camera snapshots) from the mobile WSN nodes; programming approaches enabling users to easily tailor the WSN to their application needs; models and methodologies guiding the integrated acquisition and use of the multi‐scale data provided by remote sensing and on‐ground WSNs. Wireless Sensor Networks

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