We hope that you enjoyed connecting your Core2 for AWS to AWS, and deploying a simple application that detected room occupancy and controlled a fictitious HVAC system.
If you would like additional ideas for experimentation, think of ways to enhance the customer experience. For example, how could you update the solution so that the HVAC settings stay engaged for a minimum of time, instead of turning off after 10 seconds when no ambient noise is detected? How could you achieve this without pushing new code to your device? (You can do it!)
In this solution, you created the following resources in AWS:
None of these resources incur ongoing metered charges just by existing. You only incur charges when the resources are used to process new messages from your device. If you proceed with the next hands-on tutorial Smart Spaces , do not remove any of the resources from this tutorial. If you will take a break between tutorials, simply turn off your device (hold the power button for six seconds) to prevent it from continuing to publish messages to AWS.
If you have finished experimenting with this tutorial’s solution and do not intend to explore the Smart Spaces tutorial, you can remove these resources:
pio run --environment core2foraws --target erase
Please consider continuing on your journey with your Core2 for AWS. On to Smart Spaces !
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