After taking the TinyML courses I want to play around with the Arduino Nano and create a small network of devices (ie. using two humidity sensors/two Arduinos), be able to take signals from the sensors, and take an action.
My questions are:
How to create a network that allows communication? I am thinking of the humidity sensors in the Nanos plus a ‘brain’ that controls them like another Arduino or a Raspberry Pi. I am currently looking for more information on this.
While I create the network it feels that it closes the loop of TinyML, and I am creating at the end an ‘IoT-Edge’ application, is this correct?
If planning to use these electronic devices at home or at a factory I think there will be regulations for electric/electronic devices, does anyone knows more about this?
Appreciate your feedback @DanielDsouza. I am also interested in more resources to set up the network of sensors, in case you are aware of any. Also, regarding the regulations (I am in North America) I am wondering if there is any for electronic devices like the Nanos? Thanks again!
I captured humidity data both from air and soil, sending them to an IoT cloud application
In this case, you could use the Nano instead of the Uno, but connecting it to an Esp-01 to get wifi connectivity or use a new Arduino Nano BLE IoT, that has WiFi connectivity. Only this board has a Cortex-M0+ CPU (the one used in our curse, the SENSE has Cortex-M4, plus mic).