The device uses an Adafruit TSL2561 digital light sensor which can detect visible and infra-red light.
Using the low-cost and advanced DHT22 digital temperature and humidity sensor, the G-House Product is able to detect temperature between -40 and 80 degrees celcius.
The DHT22 digital temperature and humidity sensor records values between 0-100% with 2-5% accuracy.
The device is configured to take readings every five minutes (adjustable from 10 seconds upwards) to accomodate accurate analysis of a dynamic environment.
Currently, there is no system in place that automatically records and visualises environmental data at multiple locations within the glasshouses. With our system of monitoring environmental conditions researchers can move ahead with their work with relative ease. All data one may need to consider can be presented in front of your eyes in a flash, represented in various ways.
We are a group of students studying various degrees in technology at The University of Queensland. Together, we have skills in front and back end web development, interface & user design,
Arduino engineering and development, Python, C# , Website development, BinfTech.
Studies a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Computer Science. Has a background Database development, Web development, and cross platform programming.