This project implemented a Home Automation Hub. The “PSoC 6 Control Center” aggregated multiple sensor nodes including: a door opener node, lighting node, alarm node, door bell node, etc. and then transmitted this sensor data to AWS as well as drove a graphical display.
With rising pollution levels worldwide, as well as the rise of smart homes and smart buildings, air quality monitoring is becoming an important capability for IoT engineers to design into their devices. Cypress’ PSoC 6 MCU and Sensirion’s air quality sensors are the ideal choices for these systems.
This innovative project showcases how to leverage Alexa Skills to control “things” in an IoT System. When an Alexa Device (Amazon Echo in this case) is instructed, the PSoC® 6 MCU along with Cypress Wi-Fi/Bluetooth is used as an IoT subscriber to control the speed of a fan.
This project implemented a smart, cloud-connected, ML driven Mailbox for the home. It used all of the components on the PSoC 6 WiFi-BT Pioneer Kit: PSoC 6 to process motion sensor data and drive the TFT display, the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth radio to transmit to an iOS mobile and AWS, and F-RAM for data-logging.
OPKIX selected the Sterling-LWB Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo module to introduce wireless connectivity between the base unit and smartphone. Laird’s Sterling-LWB hosts Cypress’ widely popular, market proven CYW4343W chipset radio delivering world-class RF performance and interoperability.
A fully implemented and functional Smart Garden powered by Cypress Bluetooth® Mesh. CYW20819 Bluetooth 5 MCU powered nodes control LED lights, opening/closing of a mailbox, and irrigation system. All mesh nodes are controlled by Cypress’ Bluetooth Mesh Android® App.
This is an IoT Billboard system – where users could “rent” an IoT Billboard through a website that the project creator built. That website interacts with a database that stores rental details. AWS IoT pulls the billboard images from this database, then sends to be displayed on the PSoC 6 WiFi-BT Pioneer Kit.
This project leverages the CYW20819 to implement a machine learning powered automatic fall detection IoT device. Providing a fast response to medical emergencies for the elderly is critical – as such this project shows the power of IoT in transforming healthcare.
This project recognized the benefits that IoT devices can have on an aging population that needs to take multiple different types of medication throughout the day. This Smart Pill Dispenser project create an Alexa skill that when initiated, dispensed a particular pill with a small Servo Motor driven by PSoC 6.
This project showcases Arrow’s own Dev Kit: Quicksilver which features Cypress Wi-Fi. A cloud-connected ECG is created where PSoC 5 analyzes and outputs the ECG waveforms, and Quicksilver then pushes that data to IBM Watson IoT Cloud for analytics/health diagnostics.
This project implemented a Smart backup Sump Pump – essentially a device to remotely monitor water level in a basement. This project leveraged the PSoC 6 WiFi-BT Pioneer Kit to monitor Floor Water Sensors, and then transmit that data to AWS IoT Core which would text users water level alerts.
In this project the PSoC 6 MCU is running Zerynth’s virtual machine thus enabling python development on the PSoC 6 WiFi-BT Pioneer Kit in Zerynth® Studio. Sensor data is streamed via Wi-Fi to the cloud with CapSense® button presses initiating Ethereum Blockchain transactions.
This project is a Plant Moisture Control system implemented with multiple CYW20819 mesh nodes using CYBT-213043-MESH. A moisture sensor was attached to each mesh node and put into an enclosure to protect the PCB. Water density mapping was implemented across the nodes.
This Smart Tea Kettle can adjust water temperature based on the type of drink being made – as well as turn on or off remotely enabling the perfect cup every time. The CYW20819 Arduino® Eval Kit is used to create this prototype within the Atmosphere® low-code web IDE.
This project shows how easy it is to add external sensor nodes into Cypress’ Bluetooth Mesh solution. It is a part of a workshop series Arrow Electronics is hosting with Cypress and ADI called: Demystifying Bluetooth Mesh: Easily Design Reliable and Secure IoT Networks.
This Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) set out to implement Bluetooth Mesh in a car. 4 mesh nodes of the EZ-BT™ Bluetooth Mesh Development Kit were attached to each of the 4 tires of a car. Each node streams sensor data to a central hub (CYW20819 Arduino Eval Kit).
This project shows how to build a cloud-connected Smart Thermostat prototype using the PSoC 6 MCU and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth dev kit, along with external sensors and a TFT Display shield. Development is done in Arm® Mbed™ OS and this project is featured in a full online workshop.
This Smart House Demo was created within the Atmosphere low-code web IDE. It leverages the CYW20819 Arduino Eval Kit to create a project that reads the kit’s on-board sensors, then sends data to a mobile app that can control lights and a small fan in the Smart House.
Pollution is an ever-growing concern globally. This project showcase some of the merits of Bluetooth Mesh for this application by showing how mesh nodes within a Pollution Monitoring system can gather sensor data on combustible gas and smoke levels within an area.
This project features Arrow’s own Dev Kit: Quicksilver which features Cypress Wi-Fi. A Smart Water Dispenser tracks water remaining and daily water usage. Water levels are sent to the IBM Watson IoT Cloud and PSoC 5 is used in the project for Gesture Control with CapSense®.
I have bunch of these CYBT-213043-MESH boards which I usually program with ModusToolBox. Although these board are primarily intended for Bluetooth Mesh applications (with ModusToolbox), I wanted to…(Show moreShow less)
We at Cypress (an Infineon Technologies Company), in partnership with Element14 and AWS IoT are happy to announce the winners of the Connected Cloud Design Challenge! Contestants in thisPreviewHide preview
This project was created by an extremely talented Cypress Employee: Holger Wech who is a Sr. Staff Applications Engineer in the Internet, Compute & Wireless Business Unit (ICW). Project…(Show moreShow less)
This project was submitted by @saicheong in the PSoC 6 and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Connected Cloud Challenge on Element14 and was one of the winners! Project Technology Focuses PSoC® 6 Arm® Cortex®-M4…(Show moreShow less)
This project was submitted by @Jeromedominic in the PSoC 6 and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Connected Cloud Challenge on Element14. Project Technology Focuses PSoC® 6 Arm® Cortex®-M4 and Cortex-M0+ MCU…(Show moreShow less)
This project was submitted by @Cmelement14 in the PSoC 6 and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Connected Cloud Challenge on Element14. Project Technology Focuses PSoC® 6 Arm® Cortex®-M4 and Cortex-M0+ MCU…(Show moreShow less)
This project was submitted by @Sami9974 in the PSoC 6 and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Connected Cloud Challenge on Element14. Project Technology Focuses PSoC® 6 Arm® Cortex®-M4 and Cortex-M0+ MCU…(Show moreShow less)
This project was submitted by @Balearicdynamics in the PSoC 6 and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Connected Cloud Design Challenge on Element14 was one of the winners! Project Technology Focuses PSoC® 6…(Show moreShow less)
This case study is from our strategic ecosystem partner, Laird Connectivity who leverage Cypress’ industry leading Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo and Bluetooth stand-alone radio chipsets in their certified…(Show moreShow less)