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**water monitoring
**water monitoring
**short term weather forecasting (potentially)
**short term weather forecasting (potentially)
==February 13, 2006==
Alan, Jeff, Bryan, Colin, Maduna, Tom, Alex, Charlie
* C to read raw value, Perl (called from cron) to buffer to file and send to server every N times, server inserts into database and returns ACK to Perl.
* Use TV antenna for the tower.
* Check the TS-5600 library.
* Watchdog timer (Jeff)
* Rain gauge (Tom, Maduna)
* GPS (Alex, Jeff), solar radiation (Colin, Maduna)
* Alan's applications - 1) small machine that does temp and displays via http and send X10 commands out the serial interface with X10 switches and dial-up and ethernet interfaces.  2) robot to go in a house under remote control, B/W (or color) video, up stairs, 30 minute, budget of about $2000.
==February 6, 2006==
==February 6, 2006==

Revision as of 19:26, 25 September 2012

The Summer 2009 project page: https://wiki.cs.earlham.edu/index.php/HIP:summer2009

The Summer 2008 Party and Todo list is here: http://stewie.cs.earlham.edu/trac.cgi/wiki/TODO


Fall 2012

Fall 2011


Documentation for Portable Units

May 11, 2009

January 19, 2009

February 6, 2006

Tom, Colin, Alex, Maduna, Jeff, Bryan, Alan, Charlie

January 30, 2006

Colin, Alex, Tom, Jeff, Bryan, Maduna, Alan, Charlie

Organization Meeting - January 11, 2006

Alex, Bryan, Colin, Tom, Maduna, Jeff, Charlie

To Do

Last updated 2006-02-05

Useful Support Documents from Davis Instruments:

Other local data that can easily be harvested: Farmland


To Do for 10/09

To Do For winter 09


the weather or we we are gonna find another machine, or we are going to work on trying to find a linux compatible software??

To Do For Start of Semester '10

To Do For Summer '10


  • What can we do with the GPS on top of Dennis

  • how, and where can I find documentation for the GPS?
  • Can we get a windows OS for Zoey?

Spring, 2011

5 February Telecon

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