Database Arduino and Android

Hi, I'm doing a project of a Weather Station and I'd like to send the data of the humidity, temperature and the intensity of light to my android . The app of android have to receive these data via ethernet and interpret them and then show me these data on the screen. I hope you could help me. Sorry for my bad english I'm spanish.

Hi, I'm doing a project of a Weather Station and I'd like to send the data of the humidity, temperature and the intensity of light to my android . The app of android have to receive these data via ethernet and interpret them and then show me these data on the screen.

Where does the database come in? Why is ethernet involved? That's not how an Android and an Arduino talk to each other.

Do you have a Mega ADK? If not, how are the Android and Arduino connected?

What app on the Android?

jbaenaxd:
The app of android have to receive these data via ethernet and interpret them and then show me these data on the screen.

Is this a known goal, or just a wish?

The simplest connection for arduino to android would have to be bluetooth, where it is really little more than a by-product. I use BlueTerm to do this but there is no interpretation, just numbers on the screen. I am not aware of any more sophisticated way of doing this. I am just using this for real-time data, which is probably not what you want, but it would not take much extra to log to an on-board SD card, download that as required, and see it in the same way on Android.

If you need to use arduino to android via WiFi, you might look here

http://www.forward.com.au/pfod/index.html

I have not pursued this as it did not seem to offer anything of value over what I am already doing. I note that somebody sings its praises for controlling a weather station.

u can use this shield Annikken Andee-An Easy Link between Arduino and Android. | Indiegogo
only for android

or u can use a http service for store data via internet [http://www.dataino.it/index.php]

I'd like to send the data of the humidity, temperature and the intensity of light to my android . The app of android have to receive these data via ethernet and interpret them and then show me these data on the screen.

There is a site xively.com (formerly known as cosm.com) that can receive your data periodically. Then you can access that data through any browser (or even Android app) as graphs, numbers etc.
Basically, for your project you need to wire an Wifi/Ethernet module to your Arduino and send the data collected from the sensors to xively.com.
I have an example here:
Wise time with Arduino: Post data to cosm.com with WiseClock4 + WiFly