IoT Training

The entire course content is designed by industry professionals to ensure A class training on Internet of Things or IoT. The course is designed in a way to help the trainee to learn IoT from the basic level to industrial level. As part of this training, you will be working on real-time projects and assignments that have immense implications in the real-world industry scenarios. The course also introduces advanced concepts and methodologies to design, build, and deploy IoT solutions, and discusses varioustechnologies and protocols used for communication – including next-generation, IoT-friendly applications and physical-layer protocols.

Why do you need this training?

Internet of Things or IoT is one of the fastest growing market in today’s generation. IoT is expected  to touch 10 billion market in 2020 and 22 billion in the year of 2025. There are enormous number of opportunities and the technology promises to enhance data resources, improve efficiencies, and increase productivity for organizations globally.

The training will prepare you for the technology and will help you in shaping your career by providing you with the opportunity to work on industrial level projects. At the end of this course, you will be awarded with well recognized Certification, which can add value to your resume as well!

Curriculum Overview

The curriculum focus on in depth understanding of IoT system by architecting end to end IoT system.

 

The course covers the detailed knowledge and skills of sensors, microcontrollers, Single Board Computers (SBCs), communication interfaces (WiFi/Bluetooth) to design and build IoT devices.

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Key Features

48 Hours Course

Recognised Certification

Quizzes & Progress Tests

Easy Tech Support

Professional Instructors

Placements

Requirement

Basic knowledge of programming language C , computer fundamentals, electronics circuits and microcontrollers.

Curriculum

What is IoT? – Why IoT? – Personal use case of IoT – Industrial IoT

Embedded Systems – Microcontrollers – Microprocessors – sensors – Development Boards – Input&Output devices – IOT Architecture

Overview – Types of Arduino Boards – Specification – Architecture – Signal types – Analog signal – Digital signal – PWM signal – Types of interface – Serial interface – Serial peripheral interface (SPI) – I2C Protocol

Setup – Board Manager – Serial Monitor – Serial-Plotter – Library

void setup – void loop – functions – define – variables– structure – working with library

DHT11Temp & Humidity sensor–PIRsensor–LCD display – IR sensor – MQ2 gas sensor – Ultrasonic sensor – LDR – 9G servo motor –BO motor – L298Nmotor driver – Relay – TSOP IR Receiver

Working with leds – Variable pot – RGB led – Buzzer -DHT11Temp& Humidity sensor –PIR sensor – LCD
display–IRsensor–MQ2gassensor–TSOPIR Receiver-Ultrasonic sensor –LDR–9Gservo motor –L298N motor driver – Relay

Line follower robot

Smart Dustbin

Automatic street light

Overview – Types of ESP Boards – Specification –Architecture – Board setup

Controlling relay with local webserver

Mini Weather station with local webserver

Overview – MQTT Protocol – Setup – widgets – Publish& Subscribe – Virtual Pin concept

Internet controlled Car using Blynk

Overview – Setup – widgets – Publish & Subscribe

Smart home automation using Adafruit IO

Overview–Setup–BindingIFTTT withAdafruitIO–Google Assistant

Controlling Mini Project8 with GoogleAssistant voice commands through IFTTT  

Overview – Working model – Component customization-PCBdesigning–Assembling–ReadytoShowcase

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