4+ Raspberry Pi IoT Projects

Raspberry Pi IoT projects are a great way to get yourself deep into the world of the internet of things. If you love data, automating things, and just seeing cool stuff then you’re going to love IoT.

There are some great software packages such as cayenne to help speed up how fast you can build IoT enabled devices. Some of these are open source whilst others are closed source. You could build your own if you have the patience, time and skill.

For anyone who is wondering what IoT is then to put it simply, it basically refers to devices that can collect and communicate data between each other. This could be sensors, actuators, electronics and so much more. Of course, there is much more it then that but that’s the basic idea.

We’re working on bringing you more and more Raspberry Pi IoT projects so be sure to stay tuned. You can sign up to the mailing list or/and simply follow us on social to stay up to date on all the latest tutorials.

How to Build a Raspberry Pi Twitter Bot

In this project, we will be exploring how to setup a basic low-cost Raspberry Pi Twitter Bot utilizing the Python programming language. Our Raspberry Pi Twitter bot we will be showing you how to write and setup is made easy thanks to the Twython package. We will be...

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Raspberry Pi Alexa: Build your own Amazon Echo

This guide will show you how to build and setup your very own fully functional Raspberry Pi Alexa device that will respond to your voice commands just like Amazon Echo. This tutorial will basically show you how to utilize Alexa on your Raspberry Pi to build your own...

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There are plenty more projects to come and with the IoT software packages advancing every day we will be able to do a lot cooler things a lot easier.

As you may already know there is a ton more you can do with the Raspberry Pi. For example, you can setup your own web server, security camera, VPN router and so much more. Check out our main Pi project page if you would like to check out more cool projects.

One thing you may need to learn is a lot of linux commands, these can be a bit daunting at first but will make a lot more sense after a few weeks of practicing with them.

I really hope that you like these Raspberry Pi IoT projects and they have helped you learn how to install, use and build IoT Applications. If you have any feedback, recommendations, or anything else be sure to leave a comment on the relevant tutorial.

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