In the Tree protector project, students use the radio on the BBC micro:bit to create a prototype sensor to send alerts when trees are being illegally cut down.
In the more advanced Auto-farmer project, students make moisture sensors and create a prototype of an automated farming system.
- Learn how technology can help protect plant life for the benefit of the environment and growing food.
- Discover how wireless networks are used for practical purposes.
- Design, test and build physical working prototypes using programming and, optionally, with some simple electronics.
These projects are contributed by the Arm School Program
Design thinking, prototyping, iterative process.