“PM TALKS SERIES_ Seeeduino Stalker V3”

Guys here, have you ever met some troubles in running your tracking, monitoring and control projects under some special conditions, such as under water, in a jungle or some remote areas…

Luckily, a new product named “Seeeduino Stalker V3 – Waterproof Solar Kit” comes out recently, and may it be an excellent solution for your needs! Follow our PM Eddys TALKS(Seeed Product Manager, more details found in our 1st “PM TALKS” seriestoday and get to see whether it’s satisfying…

Ways to win free prize: the person who leaves a new idea about this “Waterproof Solar Kit” Application may have the chance to get a free prize from our PM! We’ll select one person from each of the following way randomly and send our prize soon to you!
  1. Leave your idea on our “Seeedpm” page on Facebook.
  2. Join “Seeed PM” Group on Linked In and share with us your new idea.
  3. Leave comments under this blog.

Stalker Kit Contents :

1Click here to get more details about our Seeeduino Stalker V3 – Waterproof Solar Kit

How does the Stalker Kit works?

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnnCuVScBWM]

Our PM Eddy share some good application ideas with us as the following:

  • Wireless Sensor Network
  • GPS Logging
  • Data Acquisition System capable of communicating with an App running on iPhone/Android Phone/Windows Phone
  • RF Remote Control
  • As a simple standalone Arduino compatible physical computing platform

We really appreciate your new application ideas about it and the prize will be right at your hand by your quick thinking and clicking!

More contacts with our PM Eddy:
Facebook@Eddy Hu
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Weibo@Eddy Hu
Email:[email protected]

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1 thought on ““PM TALKS SERIES_ Seeeduino Stalker V3”

  1. You can use Seeedruino Stalker for a outdoor vehicle quick counting machine.

    Just add a Grove Serial Camera kit, program the Stalker to store data in micro SD and do a basic image recognition and count the amount of vehicle pass by the lane per hour and etc.

    The camera setup is not so accurate (no night view etc) but is less obstructive.

    Or you can use the air pressure sensor and a long tube to do more detail vehicle counting by laying a long tube over the lane and program Stalker to add count each time pressure change.

    We can then use XBee and GPSBee for connection and precise location mapping later on.

    The solar power and extra battery enable the Stalker to work around the clock and present a good data with relatively low cost.

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June 2015