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Get introduced to the world of Internet of Things (IoT) through this 1-day hands-on workshop. Work with actual hardware. Write and understand code with guidance from experts. By the end of this workshop, you will have learnt key skills to implement your IoT ideas.
This workshop is for students, hobbyists and beginners. Designers wanting to create cool art installations can benefit from it. DIY enthusiasts wanting to automate a few simple tasks at home can benefit from it. We will use LEDs, sensors and motors. We will take you through the basics of microcontroller-based electronics and interfacing. There will be a demo featuring a complete end-to-end data flow of a typical IoT use case. Our former students will also showcase a project they have completed.
Those already familiar with basic electronics and Arduino may find the workshop boring! You are welcome to come in as volunteers to help out others. Get in touch with us to volunteer.
This is organized by Devopedia. Workshop is free but registration is a must. Twelve workshop kits are available. Participants will work alone or in pairs. So, join us and let's explore IoT together!
Registration is NOT a confirmation of your seat. You will receive a separate email a few days before the event to confirm your seat.
This is what you need to do before coming:
a. Definition of IoT and WSN background
b. Applications and industry verticals
c. Architecture overview
d. Prototyping platforms and which one to choose
Introduction to TI LaunchPad and Energia
a. Compile a simple program to blink LEDs
b. Send output to UART
c. A quick overview of Energia API
d. Understand what happens under the hood
a. Understand digital input and output
b. Understand analog input, output and PWM
c. Interface an LDR to sense ambient light intensity
d. How to interpret a sensor datasheet
e. Interface a temperature sensor
f. Understand I2C interface
g. Understand SPI interface
a. Interface a reed switch
b. Use third-party libraries to optimize on power
a. Activate LEDs using pushbuttons
b. Activate LEDs via UART
c. Activate a buzzer: control volume and pitch
d. Control a stepper motor
e. Control a servo
August 11, 2018
9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Texas Instruments (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Bagmane Tech Park, No. 66/3, Adjacent to LRDE
Byrasandra, C V Raman Nagar Post