What “the Internet of Things” means and how it relates to Cloud computing concepts
How open platforms allow you to store your sensor data in the Cloud
The basic usage of the RaspberryPi environment for creating your own embedded projects at low cost
How to connect your RaspberryPi with your Android phone.
How to send data to the Internet and talk to the Cloud.
How to update sensor readings on Twitter (Social Networking Sites).
Control a Relay Switch from anywhere across the world using IoT Platform from your Phone.
Introduction to the Internet of Things
The Arduino Platform
Reading from Sensors
Programming fundamentals ( C language )
Arduino Programming & Interface of Sensors
Understanding and Introduction to RPi
What is SOC?
OS Installation on SD Card
Pi using SSH
Project 1: Simple LED Program for Arduino
Project 2: Integrating Sensors & Reading Environmental Physical Values.
Project 3: Reading Environmental Values on Android Smartphone.
Project 4: Creating Android App using MIT App Inventor & controlling arduino connected devices through App.
Project 5: Voice Controlled Mini Home Automation using Android Smartphone
Project 6: Control Devices using Local host Web Server for Home Automation.
Project 7: Being Social on Twitter & update status on Twitter through Arduin
Project 8: Send Voltage & Analog Data on Cloud Server.
Project 9: Use Arduino to Upload free data from Environmental Sensors to Cloud Server.
Project 10: Automatically update status on Twitter based on Sensor Data
Project 11: Control Electronic Devices from anywhere across the world using Internet & Mobile App.
Project 12: LED Program with Raspberry Pi
Project 13: Controlling LED with a Switch using Raspberry Pi.
Project 14: Integrating IR Sensor with Raspberry Pi.
Project 15: Integrating Temperature & Humidity Sensor with Raspberry Pi read Current Environment Values.
Project 16: Reading Environmental Values on Android Smartphone.
Project 17: Control Devices using Local host Web Server for Home Automation.
Project 18: Send Sensor Data on Cloud Server.
Project 19: Automatically Tweet Sensor Data on Twitter.
Project 20: Control Electronic Devices from anywhere across the
Project 21: Sending Sensor Data to Cloud using Raspberry Pi.
Project 22: Installing server on Raspberry Pi.
Project 23: Connecting Arduino with Raspberry Pi Server.
Project 24: MQTT Publish and Subscribe from Arduino.
Certificate of Merit for all the workshop participants from SAW RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT. PVT LTD
The are no prerequisites for joining this workshop. Anyone interested, can join this workshop. While a basic C Programming would be helpful, it is not compulsory.
₹ 2500/- per participant (Without Take Away IoT Kit)
* This fee include workshop training, study material & software tool Kit, certification. In case of without kit fees model, kit will be provided for hands-on but after the workshop it will be taken back.