Ciara and Dennis Comparison

Click here to view the data It has been a wet and windy few weeks in the UK with two major storms, Ciara and Dennis passing through. These storms have caused severe flooding to parts of the UK resulting in a vast amount of damage to people’s homes and workplaces.  […]

Tracking a Storm

Click here to view the data Having a number of IoT@School devices within a relatively small radius can produce some interesting data. Storm Ciara hit the UK on the 8th of February 2020 bringing high winds heavy rain to most on the country. What IoT@School has allowed us to do […]


Click here to view the data It’s December already! Time for the festivities to start and Christmas trees to go up.  We take a look back at November and how weather patterns differ the south west of the UK. There are 3 IoT@School weather stations located in and around the […]

Heavy Rainfalls in the UK

Click here to view the data Parts of the UK have seen some devastatingly heavy rainfall over the last week with some regions experiencing flooding. Using weather station data collected during the period of 7th November to 14th November there are clear indicators of two heavy rainfalls.  Use the data […]

Comparing Devices in a Greenhouse

Click here to view the data We have installed 2 IoT developer kits into a green house at Downside school in the UK. One device is monitoring the greenhouse environment whilst the other is monitoring the micro climate created around a 2 year old orchid.  The orchid is potted with […]

Spot the Time Change

Click here to view the data Twice a year in the UK the clocks change. The time shifts forwards or backwards by 1 hour.  Using our IoT@School Exploratory see if you can spot the time change happening. You will notice the data briefly goes back on itself on the x-axis.

Air Temperature in a River Valley

Click here to view the data The relationship between temperature and geographical location can produce some fascinating data. Using the IoT@School Exploratory you can investigate how the temperature in a river valley, by the sea and at a higher altitude in the open differs over a one week period. Use […]

September in Singapore

Click here to view the data September has gone by fast!  Have a look at the solar radiation graph from data collected in Singapore for the month of September. There were two days during the month where the solar levels were much lower than average. This would suggest greater cloud […]

Change in Daily Temperature Cycle UK

Click here to view the data An interesting observation from the last couple of weeks in the UK shows how the daily air temperature cycle has changed. Up until the 21st of September there had been a clear daily cycle. The peak temperature had been much higher than the low […]

Relative Humidity

Click here to view the data Relative humidity can be a strange thing. Locations can feel more humid than others even when they are not.  Countries in far eastern Asia such as Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia can often feel very humid. There is a definite feeling of moisture in the […]