Prototyping
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Breathe! on LoRaWAN

Make our open device able to stream its data with TTN.

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Vision: Autonomous devices that can be strapped to anything to continuously map air quality, so we can make city centers more livable spaces.

What we want to achieve here: - Build a data uplink through TTN - Be able to drop a device somewhere for a few days and have it pinging - Trying other LoRaWAN providers if possible - Finding out how to stream all or most of the data our device generates within the LoRa constraints

What we have right now: - LogAir devices & STM32s - SX1276 - Tried to have the SX1276 upload data with the Bluepill as a MCU - Failed - Tried to have the murata module upload data from the Arduino BLE 33 - Managed to have that working - Tried Murata x Bluepill - Failed

What we need: - People who already did similar things to jumpstart - A Murata module? We have that now - Inputs of any kind

24.11.2020 14:31

Synchronized

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02.11.2020 13:51

Team forming

loleg has joined

31.10.2020 15:06

Progress made

I joined to help out ~ 5 minutes before the deadline >_< and mostly helped with slides outlining the various tracks people have worked on.

-- loleg

31.10.2020 14:30

Hackathon finished

31.10.2020 13:55

Documentation

Worked on by loleg

28.10.2020 20:08

Documentation

Worked on by emmanuel_kellner

28.10.2020 19:19

Synchronized

Readme fetched from source by emmanuel_kellner

28.10.2020 19:19

Team forming

emmanuel_kellner has joined

28.10.2020 19:19

Project started

Initialized by emmanuel_kellner

23.10.2020 15:00

Hackathon started

#Breathe!

Empower citizens to map and understand air pollution in the city.

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