Monthly Archives: February 2013

sNET library for Arduino now on github

February 22nd, 2013 (1 Comment)

After a week of testing and tuning up, we are finally ready to push the Arduino sNET library on our github account at http://github.com/airqnetworks The library repository is named snet-arduino, and it can be easily downloaded using git:

Those who aren’t confident with git version system can download the library zip file using this link https://github.com/airqnetworks/snet-arduino/archive/master.zip. Library implementation […]

AirQ ShielD development status

February 20th, 2013 (2 Comments)

We are currently working hard to release as soon as possible the Arduino library that will allow to interface our devices. We have written down already a lot of code and we are doing testing and tuning up. The following video shows a really simple and funny application (but a little bit useless :-)). The […]

New AirQ ShielD for Arduino UNO

February 18th, 2013 (1 Comment)

As we’ve announced some days ago, we are progressively releasing information about how to develop custom applications above our wireless devices. We already described the protocol we’ve developed to interact with our control boards and wireless sensors: its name is sNET and it’s fully documented in our technical wiki (http://wiki.airqnetworks.com/index.php/SNET_Protocol). Moreover, we are developing new devices that […]