Tag Archives: Arduino

Building a cellular tracker: Part3 – Running on Batteries for Months

As described earlier, i want to create a cellular tracker – below i am going to describe what i learned about power-consumption and why i believe that the tracker could run on batteries for months… My goal is to have a … Continue reading

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Building a cellular tracker: Part2 – The Board Decision – Adafruit Fona vs. Linkit One vs. ArchGPRS

As described earlier, i want to create a cellular tracker – below you find my considerations regarding the board… My decision regarding the board was directed into the Arduino direction quickly. Raspberry was out because of power requirements, even the new … Continue reading

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The Internet of Things is based on European Technology

As i digged a little bit into the Internet of Things and it’s technology for the first time there was really one big surprise. It’s a lot based on european technology – both the Arduino-Platform and the Raspberry are coming from … Continue reading

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Connecting Arduino and Raspberry PI over GPIO

There are obvious reasons why you would want to connect an Arduino with your Raspberry – they can just perfectly work together and play out their strengths (for instance reading analog inputs on the arduino side and interacting with the … Continue reading

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