This project was submitted by @zst123 in the PSoC 6 and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Change the Planet with PSoC® IoT Design on Hackaday.io and was the winner!

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Project Technology Focuses

  • PSoC® 6 Arm® Cortex®-M4 and Cortex-M0+ MCU
  • CYW4343W 802.11n Wi-Fi + Dual-Mode Bluetooth Radio
  • RFID
  • AWS IoT Cloud Services

 

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Project Description

This project implemented an IoT Food Monitoring system powered by PSoC 6 MCUs and Wi-Fi along with AWS Cloud Services. A RFID module was interfaced with the PSoC 6 WiFi-BT Pioneer Kit and scanned grocery item barcodes in an enclosure to get different types of data such as item name, expiration date, etc. PSoC 6 drives the TFT Display Shield to display this grocery/food item data and latest status. On-board Wi-Fi pushes the food monitoring data to AWS IoT Core via MQTT, it is stored in a database via AWS DynamoDB and pulled to a mobile app hosted on AWS S3 that would display current the latest information on food availability, temperature, nutrition info for a specific item, etc.

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