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BennoDi on instructables shares how to track your pet’s health using an ESP32 and a Raspberry Pi.

I am a student at Howest studying MCT. Which means I had to do an IoT project at the end of my year. I decided to create a health tracker for dogs, much like a FitBit for us humans. So I decided to dub it “DogBit” (incredibly original, I know). With the DogBit you can track your dog’s location, heart rate, step count and you can also track how hot or cold it is outside. I chose this project because I wanted to be able to track what my dog ​​was doing and how he was doing it. In this instructable, I’ll walk you through the steps I took to create this project.

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