IoT-powered flower pot

In this project the students will build an IoT-powered flower pot and connect a mobile app to it. With the IoT-pot connected to the mobile app you can monitor your plant, water it, see the optimal watering conditions for this particular plant type etc.

Project start: 2020-01-15
Duration: 4 months
Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3

Project Team

The main student team consists of 6 last semester bachelor level ICT students at Haaga-Helia. They have studied mainly web- and mobile-programming. The team is mentored by a teacher.
Software (6/6)
Haaga-Helia (HAA)
Design (review) (0/2)
Delft University of Technology (TUD)
Hardware (0/2)
University of Trento
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IoT-powered flower pot
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Description of the roles of different participants

Haaga-Helia’s students are leading this project. The students are responsible for implementing the project. We hope to get some help with the hardware from the students of the University of Trento and some help with the design from Delft University.

Milestones

Date Task
15/1/20 The project will start. Student team at Haaga-Helia is formed.
15/3/20 The first version of the app is demoed to the client.
15/4/20 The second version of the app is demoed to the client and tested with users.
15/5/20 The final version of the app is demoed and handed over.

Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences.

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