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SMARTHON Smart City IoT Starter Kit for micro:bit

Build your smart city model now!

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micro:bit Smart City Kit

Product Introduction

Smarthon Smart City IoT Starter kit is designed to introduce Internet of things (IoT). With basic knowledge of computing knowledge and electronics provided in the kit, you can be a city creator and build a unique IoT system in the city. Based on Smarthon IoT board, which is compatible with multiple sensors and actuators, you can design city features; for example: using sensors to detect traffic status and upload city information to the internet.


  1. Smarthon IoT:bit

  2. Traffic Light module

  3. White LED light

  4. Multi-Colour LED (WS2812)

  5. 180° Servo

  6. Buzzer

  7. Ultrasonic Distance Sensor

  8. Light Sensor

  9. Temperature, Humidity sensor

  10. PIR Motion Sensor

  11. Raindrop sensor

  12. Cardboard Wooden Model

  13. City Map

The instruction manual is included with the kit, convenient for teachers and students to make. Detail part list click here.


The smart city kit works with Smarthon's IoT:bit WiFi extension board to create different IoT projects.




A. Playground Lamp Stand

B. Car Park Access Barrier

C. Garbage Bin

D. OLED Display Stand

E. Car Speed monitoring

F.  Small Building (Apartment/Communal Building)

G. Traffic Light Stand

H. Tall Building (Skyscrapers/High-rise Housing)

I.   Street Light Stand

The model is included with the kit. There are total 9 different types of models for student to build creatively. The instruction book contain the detail assembly steps.

Smart City Projects

Have you ever imagined how to create your own smart city? This package can produce at least 11 smart city projects. The following are some reference examples. The scope of coverage can be divided into 3 categories, including Smart Living, Smart Mobility and Smart Environment.


Use Case 1:

Automated Smart Playground Lamp

When someone passes by, the playground lights will turn on automatically.


Use Case 4:

Urban Noise Detection

Using sound sensors to detect noise in decibels.