Working with the MKR IoT Carrier
- Five capacitive touch sensors
- A temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure sensor
- A six-axis inertial measurement unit
- A color detection sensor
- A gesture sensor
It also has an OLED display, two onboard relays, two analog Grove connectors, and one I2C Grove connector. You can see the MKR IoT Carrier in this video: https://packt.link/sfncm.
Let’s work with the MKR IoT Carrier to collect sensor data.
Project 2 – Collecting sensor data with the Arduino MKR IoT Carrier
In this project, we will use the MKR WiFi 1010 to connect to a wireless network and then fetch the time from an NTP server when the microcontroller starts up. Afterward, every minute, we will read the temperature, humidity, and pressure and display those on the OLED display. The code for this project is available on GitHub...