LED innovation lights the way for next-generation farming
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In the basement of a high-end Manhattan restaurant grow rows of flavorful herbs typically unavailable in fresh form to chefs there.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
Did you send your well-wishes in a card in time for the historic birthday?
IoT Based Smart and Secure Lock V2.0
In this project we've built IoT based smart and secure lock which have 4 layers of access. RFID + PIN + Fingerprint + OTP.
The Long View on Smart Glasses
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Smart glasses for B2B have been increasing under the radar for industrial and field use, with opportunity for integration with other services and systems.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
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You know that sinking feeling when you accidentally double-click an item and order two items? Sometimes it’s not too bad, like two bags of cat food rather than one. You know you’ll need it eventually. But who double-clicked on “Hot Summer” this time?
IoT Using ESP8266-01 and Arduino
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How-To
Ever asked how to control any device from any place in the world? In this tutorial, we'll learn how to control things wirelessly over WiFi.
Simulating the sun: Considerations for grow light design
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Building a lighting system for indoor farming is far more complex than simply plugging in a grow light, and is especially true at the industrial scale, where even a slight bump up in LED efficiency or a small savings in energy consumption can result in a significant boost in profitabili
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
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The summer movie season has its first big hit as Top Gun: Maverick makes $550M globally in two weeks thanks to the smallest ever week-to-week decline for a big budget
Smart Water Meter
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How-To
This Smart Water Meter has an inductive proximity sensor connected to an ESP32 is programmed in ARDUINO and uses the BLYNK IoT platform.
New technologies could make building management, HVAC systems even smarter
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Allowing AI to make real-time decisions about building management could be useful if used in the right way. Some manufacturers do this now.

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