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SenseCAP - The Sensor Prototype Kit Overview

In the digital age where IoT and big data are becoming more prevalent, massive data collection through sensors is required to facilitate digital transformation. Under such a background, SenseCAP K1100 comes with all the essential sensors and devices, including a Wio Terminal, an AI Vision Sensor, and a LoRa®-enabled module - that together allows users of all backgrounds and levels to create DIY sensors for data collection and solving real-world challenges.

SenseCAP - The Sensor Prototype Kit with LoRa® and AI enables you to rapidly digitize the world using LoRaWAN® and solve real-world challenges. With this plug-and-play toolkit, anyone can add AI to their edge devices and unlock the potential of AIoT.

Catalogue

Quick Start

Microsoft Azure IoT

SenseCAP

Sensors Wiki

Sensor & Helium/TTN Arduino Programme

Helium

The Things Network Section

WiFi

Cloud

TinyML

Project

Introduction

Quick Start With SenseCAP - K1100

In this tutorial, we would like you to start by going through our Quick Start Guide section. Learn about the extraordinary data presentation of our kit and the ease of IoT functionality. In this chapter, you can experience the fun of data collection and data processing with our open source project in the shortest time. And you can transfer the data you collected to different platforms through WiFi or LoRa®.

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SenseCAP Cloud Applications

To make it easier for our users to connect data from the SenseCAP platform to various other Paas platforms for more in-depth data processing. We will do a series of tutorials for SenseCAP & Node-RED.

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SenseCAP Console with Node-RED Quick Start Connect SenseCAP to Azure IoT Central via Node-RED
This tutorial, the first in a series, will walk you through installing and using Node-red and calling the SenseCAP backend API to connect to Node-RED. The content of this chapter will continue to use the Node-RED introduced earlier and facilitate the management of the K1100 kit in Microsoft Azure IoT Central through the use of Node-RED.
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Connecting SenseCAP to Power BI via Node-RED Connecting SenseCAP to InfluxDB via Node-RED
In this tutorial we will guide you through how to import sensor data from SenseCAP into Power BI for more in-depth data processing by using Node RED. The content of this chapter will continue to use the Node-RED introduced earlier and facilitate the management of the K1100 kit in InfluxDB through the use of Node-RED.
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Microsoft Azure IoT

Microsoft Azure IoT is a collection of Microsoft-managed cloud services that connect, monitor, and control billions of IoT assets. It includes security and operating systems for devices and equipment, along with data and analytics that help businesses to build, deploy and manage IoT applications.
Connect SenseCAP to Azure IoT Central via Node-RED Connect Wio Terminal to Microsoft Azure IoT Central (WiFi)
In this chapter, we will describe how to forward data stored in SenseCAP to Azure IoT Central by using Node RED. In this chapter, we will describe how to send data from the Wio Terminal to Azure IoT Central via the WiFi function that comes with the Wio Terminal.
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Develop in Microsoft Azure IoT Central
In this chapter we will describe how to process data and further develop it in Azure IoT Central.
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Connect the Wio Terminal to Microsoft Azure IoT Hub (WiFi) Integrate into Azure IoT Hub (Helium)
In this chapter, we will describe how to send data from the Wio Terminal to Azure IoT Hub via the WiFi function that comes with the Wio Terminal. This chapter describes the use of Azure IoT Hub in the Helium console.
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Microsoft IoT Hub for Beginners Course
The course cover the journey of food from farm to table. This includes farming, logistics, manufacturing, retail and consumer - all popular industry areas for IoT devices.
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Microsoft Azure IoT Data visualisation with Power BI Configure Web APP Visualization
In this tutorial, you configure your IoT Central application, then use Power BI store, manager to visualize the insights derived from the telemetry. This section describes how to visualize the data information received by Microsoft Azure using the free Web APP integration.
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Arduino Programming Sensors Section

If you are an engineer interested in hardware/software or have been in the industry for years, you can start your journey of discovery with our Arduino section. You don't have to worry about the content in the cloud. The easy-to-understand tutorials will enable you to complete various IoT projects with minimal time cost.
Wio Terminal Light Sensor Wio Terminal IMU Sensor Soil Moisture Sensor
This section describes how to use the Wio Terminal Light Sensor to acquire data and connect to the LoRa® network via the Grove - Wio-E5 in preparation for connecting to the Helium/TTN. This section describes how to use the Wio Terminal IMU Sensor to acquire data and connect to the LoRa® network via the Grove - Wio-E5 in preparation for connecting to the Helium/TTN. This section describes how to use the Grove Soil Moisture Sensor to acquire data and connect to the LoRa® network via the Grove - Wio-E5 in preparation for connecting to the Helium/TTN.
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Grove VOC and eCO2 Gas Sensor (SGP30) Grove Temp&Humi Sensor (SHT40) Grove Vision AI Module
This section describes how to use the Grove VOC and eCO2 Gas Sensor to acquire data and connect to the LoRa® network via the Grove - Wio-E5 in preparation for connecting to the Helium/TTN. This section describes how to use the Wio Terminal Light Sensor to acquire data and connect to the LoRa® network via the Grove - Wio-E5 in preparation for connecting to the Helium/TTN. This section describes how to use the Wio Terminal Light Sensor to acquire data and connect to the LoRa® network via the Grove - Wio-E5 in preparation for connecting to the Helium/TTN.
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Helium Section


To send the sensor values to the cloud platform, the choice of network is a necessary part. We offer two platforms with the widest coverage in LoRa® for you to choose from today. Here is Helium Section.
Helium Introduction Connecting to Helium
In this chapter, we will introduce the Helium console controls that we use to get a first impression of the Helium console. This section describes how to configure Helium so that sensor data can be successfully uploaded to and displayed in Helium.
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Helium integrate into Azure IoT Hub Helium integrate into Google Sheets
This section describes how to configure Microsoft Azure and integrate with Helium to upload data to the Microsoft Azure platform. This section introduces the use of Google Forms in Helium integration. and using Google Forms to store sensor data.
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Helium integrate into AWS IOT Core
This section describes how to configure and use the AWS integration in Helium.
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The Things Network Section

To send the sensor values to the cloud platform, the choice of network is a necessary part. We offer two platforms with the widest coverage in LoRa® for you to choose from today. Here is The Things Network Section. (Hereinafter referred to as TTN)
TTN Introduction Connecting to TTN
In this chapter, we will introduce the TTN console controls that we use to get a first impression of the TTN console. This section describes how to configure TTN so that sensor data can be successfully uploaded to and displayed in TTN.
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Wio Terminal WiFi Section

If you are in an environment where LoRaWAN® is not available, you can also choose to use the WiFi function of Wio Terminal to complete the point-to-point communication.
Advanced WiFi Usage Connect Wio Terminal to Microsoft Azure IoT Central Quick Start with Ubidots
This section introduces some of the advanced library usage of the Wi-Fi such as HTTPClient, DNSServer and WebServer Libraries. With these libraries implemented, you are able to develop your IoT projects with simple APIs. In this section, we will walk you through the process of connecting the Wio Terminal to Microsoft Azure IoT Central and send telemetry data from the onboard sensors/ hardware on the Wio Terminal such as the 3-axis accelerometer, light sensor, 3 buttons to Microsoft Azure IoT Central. In this chapter, we will describe how to experience the process of uploading data to Ubidots and displaying it graphically through your own WiFi network.
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Quick Start to using Blynk Connect Wio Terminal to Google Cloud IoT Core
In this chapter, we will describe how to experience the process of uploading data to Blynk and displaying it graphically through your own WiFi network. In this section, we will walk you through the process of connecting the Wio Terminal to Google Cloud IoT Core and send telemetry data from the Wio Terminal to the Google Cloud IoT core.
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TinyML Section

Of course, if you are interested in TinyML and want to implement some machine learning projects and content, you can refer to the TinyML section.
Develop Edge Impulse application to cloud via Helium Train and Deploy Your Own AI Model Into Grove - Vision AI
Combine Wio Terminal's built-in sensors with Edge Impulse, a powerful and easy-to-use machine learning platform, to train simple sensor recognition projects. In this wiki, we will teach you how to train your own AI model for your specific application and then deploy it easily to the SenseCAP A1101 - LoRaWAN Vision AI Sensor and Grove - Vision AI Module.
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Project Section

In addition to the above basic tutorials for each platform, we have prepared a variety of rich examples on the use of this kit, so you can see here that the value of the kit is unlimited!

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Soil moisture monitoring alarm system

In this section, we will show you how to unitize the Wio Terminal to link Grove - Wio-E5 and Grove - Soil Moisture Sensor, connecting them with Helium and Azure IoT Central, to build a real-time backyard potting monitor and watering-reminder.

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The project is still being updated !!!

We hope you enjoy your learning journey in IoT!

Course Code Library

All libraries and code for this course can be found at the following address Before the course starts, you can clone the repo to your own computer for reference and learning.

Helium LoRaWAN®

For more details, please read Helium LoRaWAN®: Public Infrastructure with Private Network Servers.

The Things Network LoRaWAN®

For more details, please read TTN offcial website.

Tech Support

Please do not hesitate to submit the issue into our forum.

Upgradable to Industrial Sensors SenseCAP K1100 serves as a gateway to the higher-end SenseCAP LoRaWAN® series of industrial outdoor sensors. Users can prototype multiple AIoT applications with this kit, after which they can scale them up to the robust, long-life, and industrial SenseCAP sensors.

Statement

  • The LoRa® Mark is a trademark of Semtech Corporation or its subsidiaries.
  • LoRaWAN® is a mark used under license from the LoRa Alliance®.