Blues and our community regularly publish projects on Hackster to showcase the things we're building. Check out these guides for reference implementations, and for inspiration for the app you might want to build next.
Remote Firmware Updates that Can't Brick Your Host MCU
This project shows how to use the Notecard and Outboard Firmware Update to remotely perform DFU without the risk of bricking your host.
Mobile Cloud Storing Sensory data using ESP32
An IOT based project which displays data which is captured by the sensor.
Build a Cellular-powered Fleet of Split-Flap Displays
Learn how to use the Notecard, Notehub. io, and an ESP32-S2 to remote-control a split-flap display
Building an Indoor Floor-Level Tracker for Response Teams
A highly accurate floor-level tracker for response teams at emergency events.
Indoor Asset Tracking using Wi-Fi Triangulation
Build a complete indoor asset tracking IoT solution using the Blues Wireless Notecard, an ESP32 host MCU, the Notecarrier-F, and Datacake.
Next-Level ML & IoT Workshop with Hammer of Blues (Wireless)
Build your own "Hammer of Blues". A custom dev board loaded w/ an STM32 MCU and sensors galore. Perfect for building an ML + IoT prototype.
Mapping the Outdoors with Adafruit. io and a Notecard
Learn how to use Adafruit. io, GPS, and a Blues Wireless Wi-Fi Notecard to map an outdoor space.
Serenity Now! Build your own Bluetooth WFH Stress Monitor
Manage your WFH stress with this Bluetooth and Cellular-based monitoring system.
Optimizing a Raspberry Pi for Off-Grid Power Consumption
Let's dive into how we can use a set of power-optimizing strategies on a Raspberry Pi and turn it into an off-grid IoT solution.
Send text messages using the Raspberry Pi Pico and a cellular Notecard from blues wireless.
Cellular Signal Heatmap with Raspberry Pi Pico and GPS
Create a Google Map heatmap with cellular and GPS data acquired by a Raspberry Pi Pico and Notecard, using Python and Google Cloud Platform.
Adding Cellular to the Raspberry Pi Pico
Learn how to add a Cellular IoT device to the Raspberry Pi Pico.