Tinusaur Summer Course – Day 8

DAY EIGHT of the Tinusaur summer course was very exciting for both the children and our team.

We started by installing the irrigation hose and testing each of the components separately: sensors, valves, pumps, etc. After it turned out that everything was working without problems, it was time to program again.

The students had to create a program that takes into account external factors such as light, temperature, and humidity and, based on their values, decide whether the plant should be watered or not. They also had to create an algorithm to determine exactly when to water – not at the hottest and sunniest time of the day, but also not to overwater.

We connected power adapters and cables, and the system was ready for use at home and for a longer period of time.

At the end of the class, Neven Boyanov told the students more about growing the plants, how the Tinusaur AWDIU LR project can be optimized and improved, and what care to take for the planted basil to survive for a longer time.

The children promised to send us pictures of their growing plants.

At the end of the class, as in any other course, we had invited the children’s parents a little earlier, so that each of them could see what their child had done, how he had coped with the tasks and what he had learned.

Of course, we also prepared a small treat for them, handed out certificates to all participants for successfully completing the summer course, and wished them a pleasant vacation.

We will see many of them in the fall when we start more new courses.

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