Weather station controlled by a Raspberry Pi

Year 12 students Liam and Nico from Howick College, New Zealand, have created a Raspberry Pi-controlled weather station.The Weather Station can log readings from 1 minute upwards. It logs temperature, pressure, humidity, rainfall and wind speed.The logged file and the Pi can be accessed remotely from any location. It was entered into the Brights Spark Competition 2014.

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