Content for BME688


The BME688 is the first gas sensor with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and integrated high-linearity and high-accuracy pressure, humidity and temperature sensors. It is housed in a robust yet compact 3.0 x 3.0 x 0.9 mm³ package and especially developed for mobile & connected applications where size and low power consumption are critical requirements. The gas sensor can detect Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs) and other gases such as carbon monoxide and hydrogen in the part per billion (ppb) range. Additionally to all features of the BME680, the BME688 has a gas scanner function. In standard configuration, the presence of VSCs is being detected as indicator for e.g. bacteria growth. And the gas scanner can be customized with respect to sensitivity, selectivity, data rate and power consumption as well. The BME AI-Studio tool enables customers to train the BME688 gas scanner on their specific application, like in home appliances, IoT products or Smart Home.

Using WiFi to Monitor Sensor Data

“This tutorial will show you how setup a simple peer-to-peer connection to send and receive sensor data between two ESP32 WiFi boards. Introduction We’re all familiar with WiFi. It runs our home, let’s us stream our favorite movies …

Citizen Science Badge

“This badge enables automated data collection using a microphone to collect data, and upload it using a cellular module. Citizen Science badge is a multi-sensor PCB meant for citizen science enthusiasts to conduct their own experiments, collect data and upload …

Project  Mini-Deck


“A mini folding cyberdeck based around a Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W, a Zero4U USB Hub, a DreamGear MiniKey, and an Adafruit Mini PiTFT 1.3” This is a little project I’ve been working on and off for a …