Weather App with Arduino Uno

Deploy a Sketch that Reads Sensor Data and Sends it to the
ThingWorx Platform

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 last how to build a mashup displaying and processing the data sent from the sensor. The process of creating the Mashup for this project is almost identical (the only difference being in the name used to tag Objects) with the one shown in the Project Weather App with Intel Galileo in which the steps are shown also in short videos. Feel free to check the videos while working on building this Mashup.

Academic Program: Arduino Uno – Configure Board (.PDF)

How to Read Temperature and Humidity from HTU21D Using REST Calls in C for Arduino Uno – Instructions (.PDF)

How to Create a Mashup for Arduino Uno: Part One – Instructions (.PDF)

How to Create a Mashup for Arduino Uno: Part Two – Instructions  (.PDF)

How to Create a Mashup for Arduino Uno: Part Three – Instructions (.PDF)

How to Create a Mashup for Arduino Uno: Part Four – Instructions (.PDF)

Arduino Uno Weather App Project Files:

This archive contains a .ino file (a sketch) for Arduino Uno which reads Temperature and Humidity values from a HTU21D Sensor and sends them to a Thingworx Server using REST calls.

Downloadable Project Files (.ZIP)

This archive contains an xml and a json file that once imported in the ThingWorx Composer will give you access to the completed built mashup. You will also find information on how to import this file in TWX.

Downloadable Project Files (.ZIP)

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