IoT project links 2019

Internet is full of intetesting IoT projects built using Arduino, Raspberry Pi, ESP8266, ESP32, and many other hardware platforms. I will collect links to intetesting IoT projects to comments.

Feel free to post your best IoT project links to comments…


  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    ESP8266 Upgrade Gives IKEA LEDs UDP Superpowers

    It can be difficult to resist the impulse buy. You see something interesting, the price is right, and even though you know you should do your research first, you end up putting it in your cart anyway. That’s how [Tobias Girstmair] ended up being the not-so proud owner of a LEDBERG RGB LED strip from IKEA, and what eventually pushed him to replace wimpy original controller with an ESP8266.

    So what was the problem with the original controller? If you can believe it, it was incapable of producing white light. When IKEA says an LED is multi-color, they apparently mean it’s only multi-color. A quick check of the reviews online seem to indicate that the white version is sold as a different SKU that apparently looks the same externally and has confused more than a few purchasers.

    ESP8266 in a Ledberg RGB strip

  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Arduino IoT Cloud: Dynamic Dashboard

    In this short article, we are going to take a look at one of the Arduino IoT Cloud‘s new and exciting features: the Dynamic Dashboard.

  3. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Tiny ESP32 Automotive Gauges Also Chart on Your Phone

    The assembly uses a pair of Heltec Automation ESP32 WiFi boards, which conveniently feature .96” OLED displays. This all-in-one design simplifies hardware quite a bit, and means that besides the actual sensors, little was needed other than a 12V to 5V charging circuit, and a hub to split it between the two.

  4. Tomi Engdahl says:

    1-Channel Relay Module and Air Valve © GPL3+

    Connect a 1-channel relay module to control an electric solenoid air valve.

  5. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Control Those Wireless Plug Sockets with This Sonic Screwdriver

    wireless home automation systems have existed for many decades, usually in the form of 433MHz radio-controlled relays. If you have such a system — which are still common today — Robin Hartley has designed a sonic screwdriver for controlling it.

  6. Tomi Engdahl says:

    OpenWeatherMap to SQL-Database Demo
    Demo to show online and send data to your SQL server.


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