Durig this first visit, the UTN Mendoza team went to the deployment site to:
- Install a “sensor cable” along one of the poles, with four Adafruit SHT31-D temperature and relative humidity sensors.
- Install a thermal shield around each of the sensors.
- Connect the sensor cable to to the mote’s pin (using I2C and GPIO pins)
- replace the firmware on the mote from the default firmware to a custom make, On-Chip SDK-based firware (version 07092016_1303) which periodically reads the sensor values and sends those to the PEACH servers in Inria-Paris.
- Guillermo Grünwaldt
- Matías Pecchia
- Nicolás Altamiranda
- Carlos Taffernaberry