What You Will Learn During This IOT Training in Delhi

  • Introduction to Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Different skills required to become an IoT developer
  • Introduction to Raspberry pi and its hardware
  • Raspberry Pi operating system choices
  • Writing embedded Linux image to Raspberry Pi
  • Basic configuration of embedded Linux
  • Network setup on Raspberry Pi
  • Mounting drives on Raspberry Pi
  • Accessing raspberry Pi via SSH
  • Useful Embedded Linux commands
  • Installation of packages
  • Basics of Python language
  • Controlling Raspberry Pi GPIOs
  • Detailed discussion on architecture of Internet of Things
  • Logic level conversion to 3.3v
  • Using date and time from the network clock
  • Interfacing digital sensors to Raspberry Pi
  • Interfacing Raspberry Pi to Arduino
  • Parallel processing between raspberry pi and Arduino
  • Tweets on twitter when a sensor is activated
  • Sending emails through your Gmail account
  • Implementing a sample IoT application with mySQL as broker
  • Initiating calls and messages using online gateways
  • Logging data on to google docs
  • IoT protocols – MQTT, CoAP
  • Configuring Raspberry Pi as MQTT Broker
  • Connecting the hardware to cloud

 

Capsule Fee – 17,000/-Duration –  Four Weeks

What is Internet of things?

The Internet of Things, IoT; this is a loosely coined term to describe the ever increasing machine-machine communication regarding most things we do on our daily lives. This concept aims at eliminating any human-human or human-machine connection in our daily lives so that we get to do some things more easily. It is more like automating the basic activities we might be engaging; like instead of walking to the bank to pay your bills, an automated system would best do the task. With this concept, programmed electronics, sensors and software are installed on physical objects to enable them receive as well as transmit information to where such may have relevance. In simple terms let’s say giving a network connection to these objects. The Internet of Things enables us to use the existing technologies in simplifying tasks, enhancing comfort so that we have a wider control of what we do in our daily lives. With IoT we can connect our homes, wearable items like watches and greatly control manufacturing processes for optimum efficiency. Ranging from buildings to wearables; the internet of things concept greatly touches on most of the everyday things we engage on. IoT makes it easier to integrate the hardware and software components and with this we get to easily have access to anything as long as it is connected to IoT. There are lots of applications to this concept and we will be taking a look at some of the fundamental applications. We can connect our homes in such a manner that we have total control on factors such as temperature, closing and opening of doors among many other things. This is made possible by using programmable assets like thermostats (for temperature control) and motion sensors for opening and closing of entry points. This will make our lives easier and more connected regardless of where we might be. An interesting example would be keeping an eye on anybody who might be having intention of breaking into your home while you are at work. In the health sector, there is more usage of devices like body fitness trackers and heart rate monitoring devices. The IoT concept leads in developing processors for these health gadgets by innovatively increasing their integration hence provide a better and smart connectivity. With this, the IoT makes health fitness more accessible and flexible. You can set on health factor to check on when on practice and if any other factor goes out of the programmed range you can decide on embarking on another activity or even seeing a physician depending on the situation. With these wearables, data concerning your health fitness is transmitted to devices like smartphones which are easily within our reach most of the times. The Internet of Things concept has perhaps found more use in industrial setup than any other known field. With wireless connectivity, industrial components like micro-controllers and processors get to be easily and effectively controlled. Within the industrial setup, an interesting example in which the Internet of Things concept is well applied is through smart metering. A technician doesn’t need to physically come to your home to measure your gas or water consumption. They can access the information right from where they are stationed.

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