Dive into the Internet-of-Things world with the new Arduino GSM Shield




We are excited to announce that the new Arduino GSM Shield is ready to be shipped allowing Arduino boards (Uno, MEGA and Leonardo) to explore the wonders of adding a GPRS/GSM connection to interactive projects.

We teamed up with Telefónica Digital to design a tool that is greatly simplifying the process of building Internet of Things applications based on the GSM mobile phone network and controlled through the internet anywhere there is mobile phone coverage.

New Arduino GSM Shield




Every shield is equipped with a SIM card ready to be plugged in and used within a special worldwide data tariff especially created for the product by Telefónica but you can use any SIM from other providers.
As you can see from the video above, the activation process is really simple and fast through the BlueVia website where you can login with your Arduino account and be online in minutes!

Then you can easily implement features like
make/receive calls: plug a sound speaker at the connector at the bottom of your shield and you can get your board to play the sound while you make/receive voice calls.
send/receive SMS: when a sensor reaches a threshold your Arduino can text any number or remotely activate a device.

If you want to hear more about the GSM Shield directly from David Cuartielles, have a look at this video:

 

For more detail: Dive into the Internet-of-Things world with the new Arduino GSM Shield




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