Next Meetup

Build-your-own IoT sensor using The Things Network ADL - hands-on maker event
• What we'll do From August 2018 onwards we are changing this Meetup's focus to creating a local generically useful, collaborative sensor node. If you want to take part make sure you have a GITHUB login and get in touch to be added to the TTNADL ( team. This is a HANDS ON EVENT for people wanting to experiment with IoT sensors using a LoRaWAN (and similar) Network. Please ensure you are a TTN ADL member BEFORE the event. You can create your own account at - you will need this if you want to connect your sensor/device to The Things Network. You can also sign up the to the TTN Slack Please note that places are very limited. Be considerate of others with your RSVP. If you can not make it please update your RSVP to give other people a chance. • What to bring Devices, sensors, modems. Or just an idea for a project. • Important to know Please wear closed shoes (no thongs or sandals)! Safety induction needs to be undertaken for those members that haven't done one yet (approx. 15mins).

Digital Fabrication Lab -

Flinders University 1284 South Rd · Clovelly Park


What we're about

This Meetup initiated by the Growing Data Foundation ( will be covering topics around the Adelaide Node of The Things Network ( (an Open Radio network to connect the 'Internet of Things') and OpenData. It's purpose is to encourage collaborative usage of the network and sharing of the resulting data-sets.

If you're interested in or what to know more about open networked hardware, getting data from sensors and other devices over a longer range or just like playing about withOpen Hardware platforms. Programmers, artists, designers, academics, and business-types are all welcome. Find us at @growingdatafdt ( on Twitter and use #TTNADL to share.

Topics including (but not limited to):

• Open Data (making data accessible via permissive licenses to promote sharing and re-use)

• Internet of Things

• Storage of Open Data

• Analytics and apps

• Educational uses of OpenData and IoT

Please take some time to complete your group profile and introduce yourself to the group - enjoy :)

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