Raspberry Pi and Internet of Things (using Python)
About the Training
The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore computing, and to learn how to program in languages like Scratch and Python. IOT is one of the world's most emerging and fastest growing technology, and have many possibilities as well as opportunities. Any technology available right now can be merged with IOT. This workshop mainly focuses on the budding engineers who are eager to learn IoT basics using Raspberry Pi with practical hands on sessions.
Graduate and Post graduate scholars of various engineering and science streams who are ready to learn this powerful tools and want to get upgrade themselves with world’s most leading ‘technology Internet of Things’.
Course Contents (Duration 18 hours)
Day 1: (Rapberry Pi, Python)
- Introduction to Raspberry Pi
- Hardware and interfacing
- Embedded Linux Basics
- Preparing SD card Installing Raspbians
- Getting Familiar with the GPIO’s
- Remote Computing Using Raspberry Pi
- Python Basics
Project to be covered with hands on
•LED Running Lights.
•Buttons, Sensors Buzzer, UART interfacing.
Day 2: IoT with R PI
- IoT architectures, protocols, and algorithms
- IoT Techniques
- IoT and Webservers
- Data management in IoT
- Localization in IoT
- Demo on IoT tools
Projects covered with hands on:
Home Automation Using Raspberry Pi
The Registration Fees mentioned in Schedule for Summer Training webpage includes the Iot kit for a group of 3 persons (shared). The provided kit has to be retiurned back to us undamaged at the end of the hands-on session.
In case you want to purcahse the kit (or keep the ket for yourself) at the end on the hands-on session, you will have to pay additional Rs. 3,500/- for the kit only. The Take-away kit consists of the following:
- Raspberry Pi model 3 board (1 GB)
- 8GB SD Card with Debian OS image
- USB micro cable (for power)
July 1 & 2, Saturday & Sunday
9:00 AM to 6:30 PM