Receive and store LoRa sensor data from TTN using a Raspberry Pi (part 2)

Back in the first part of this series, we detailed the process of building a simple LoRa-connected weather station to monitor temperature, humidity, and pressure, and send the readings to The Things Network (TTN). In this second part, we’re going to take a look at how you can capture

Aggregate data from a fleet of sensors with balenaSense and InfluxDB

UPDATE on 28 May 2021: Note that the latest version of balenaSense (v2) does not allow data from multiple sensors to be aggregated using the steps outlined in this post. We hope to have a new post soon that explains how to aggregate multiple sensors using balenaSense v2. Back in

Sensors and Data Logging with Embedded Linux - The Ultimate Guide Part 3: Multi-Device Sensor Dashboard

This is the third and final part in a series that dives into logging sensor data with embedded Linux, containers, and Balena's platform. The first part was a deep dive into how sensors can be read by embedded Linux, and the second part explored how to collect and graph sensor

Sensors and Data Logging with Embedded Linux - The Ultimate Guide Part 2: Build A Sensor Dashboard

This is the second in a three-part series that dives into logging sensor data with embedded Linux, containers, and Balena's platform. The first part was a deep dive into how sensors can be read by embedded Linux. This second part builds on the first part to add a database and

Sensors and Data Logging with Embedded Linux - The Ultimate Guide Part 1

This project is the first in a three-part series that explores in depth how to log data from sensors with embedded Linux and a container-based architecture. You'll learn how to connect a sensor to a Linux board and read data from it, how to store and graph sensor data with