Seg 1: Temperature sent to Cloud by using Arduino and wifi

3.1 Problem presention: how to use Arduino and wifi for sending temperature to remote cloud

In this section, we will give a presentation how can we send the measured temperature data to the remote cloud by using Arduino control board and wifi module. Then, by login into the distributed clients, you can check the temperature around your lovers at any countries in the remote Atlantic side. Certainly, if using many types of sensors, you can check and read many other required information.

3.2 Hardware and software

The required materials in this experiment are shown in Table 3-1.

Table 3-1: the required materials


name quantity function note


Arduino software 1 platform


server 1 Collection data


Wifi module 1 Wireless communication


Arduino shield board 1 Connection wifi All version


USB to serial RS232 1 conversion


5V1A voltage adapter 1 voltage


antenna 1 Transmit wifi signal optional


HTC mobile phone 1 Wifi hot spot


client 1 Read data

The hardware materials can be seen in Figrue 3-1.

Figure 3-1 Hardware

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