Arduino Uno: Reading the temperature

In this article, we will introduce you to the technology of the moment: Internet of things, as it starts hitting the Technet Wiki too.

Nowadays, if we think about all the technology that we use daily: they are able to generate information.

In this article, we will focus on the introduction of the Arduino Uno, and we will see how we can use a liquid crystal display to show the temperature in the room in which we find ourselves.

This is only a starting point, but in later articles we will implement the Azure for IoT services, so you can remotely view the information generated by the temperature sensor, example on a Windows Phone device.

To continue reading this article, go to this link  Arduino Uno: Reading the temperature.

Good reading 🙂

Comments (11)

  1. Wow, you got Bruno Lewin to post! That’s an achievement unlocked by itself! =^)

  2. IoT! That’s a fantastic topic! Thanks, Carmelo!

  3. Saeid Hasani says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  4. Chervine says:

    Great article Carmelo. Cant’ wait for the next!

  5. Bruno, surely there will be articles that followed, until reaching as display the temperature read by the sensor on your phone using Microsoft Azure , however, are mostly developer Windows Phone , but with a focus on IoT :), very passion for me both tecnologies.

  6. It’s fantastic to see Makers on TN Wiki and how you’re helping the gap between "hobby" activities and integration with Azure services. I’ll be watching!

  7. @Carmelo – if you’re interested in both Windows Phone and IoT, you might enjoy this:

    Looking forward to more!

  8. @Bruno , Thank you, is what I was looking for , thank you very much 🙂

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