IoT Projects

Hands-On Learning with Example IoT Application Projects

Below are a variety of IoT application projects to give you and your students experience in working with the ThingWorx IoT Platform.  Click on the project title to access all the information you’ll need to get started. If you want to learn more about our recommended IoT learning pathway, please access it here.

Build a Basic ThingWorx Mashup

In this project you will create a simple mashup in ThingWorx, PTC’s industry leading IoT platform. The project introduces basic skills in modeling an IoT solution and visualizing data in an application using the ThingWorx mashup tool.

FIELD: Mobile Applications
LEVEL: Beginner
TIME:  2 Hours

Connect Raspberry Pi to ThingWorx

In this project you will create a simple mashup in ThingWorx, PTC’s industry leading IoT platform. The project introduces basic skills in modeling an IoT solution and how to visualize data in an application using the ThingWorx mashup tool.

FIELD: Mobile Applications
LEVEL: Beginner
TIME: 8 Hours

Getting Started with Android Smartphones and ThingWorx

A quick tutorial on how to use your Android Phone with ThingWorx to collect and displays data from your phone sensors, including also step-by-step instructions for how to send an alert and use a Google Map.

FIELD: Mobile Applications
LEVEL: Beginner
TIME:  1 Hour

Simple Weather App

Step-by-step instructions that teaches the basic concepts of ThingWorx and how to create a mash up with data entered by the user.
FIELD: Weather
LEVEL: Beginner
TIME: 1.5 hours

Weather Application with Intel Galileo

Step-by-step instructions on how to create an application that displays data collected by a temperature and humidity sensor connected to a Intel Galileo including how to send an alert.
FIELD: Weather
LEVEL: Intermediate
TIME: 2-3 Hours

Weather App with Arduino Uno

This project will guide you through the steps needed to set up your Arduino Uno board with your HTU21D sensor, deploying a sketch that reads data from the sensor and sends it into your Thingworx Platform and how to build a Mahsup.
FIELD: Weather
LEVEL: Intermediate
TIME: 2-3 Hours

Weather Applications with Raspberry Pi

Step-by-step instructions on how to create an application that displays data collected by a temperature and humidity sensor connected to a Raspberry PI including how to send an alert.

FIELD: Weather
LEVEL: Intermediate
TIME: 2-3 Hours

Predictive Weather Application

Step-by-step instructions on how to use a mashup that displays weather information from the Yahoo Weather site and the Open Weather site. The mashup also displays temperature and humidity coming from a sensor connected to a Raspberry Pi.
FIELD: Weather
LEVEL: Advanced
TIME: 4-8 Hours

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