Winter time is time for the start of a new project :-) I published an early draft (2021.0.1) of my End-to-End Machine Learning Project Journey:
UPDATE | Improvement of final installation (Control Units Illumination) | "Mobile Smart Home" for our DIY Camper Van
Even if the final installation has been completed, I took a small improvement with respect to the illumination of the control units.
Final installation is completed! I’ve build the final units (yes, a lot of more soldering and special thanks to our 3D Printer), installed all electronis components and wires (didn’t measure the entire wire length, but this step took several weekends for completion) and adapted my code.
Prototyping is completed! I’ve soldered a lot, physically installed all of the electronic components and wrote over 4500 lines of code. Next step is to transform this prototype setup into final units, which can I install into our Sprinter.
Please check out my recently started project: https://github.com/anjakuchenbecker/mobile_smart_home_diy_camper_van.
My Smart Home Solution - Part 2 | Integrate EGN rubbish collection dates in your Smart Home Solution
One part within my self-made Smart Home solution is the integration of rubbish collection dates from my local responsible provider: EGN (Entsorgungsgesellschaft Niederrhein mbH). In this very short post I’ll share with you how to read the EGN Abfallkalender programmatically with Python, maybe this is useful for your own Smart Home solution.
I want to start my blog with the presentation of my self-made Smart Home solution I’m working in my spare time. In part 1 of this series I’ll give you a general overview of my solution.