Internet Of Things (IoT) - Demystified using 3 IOT devices

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Internet Of Things (IoT) - Demystified using 3 IOT devices

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Language: English | Size: 3.97 GB | Duration: 4h 46m

Become IOT expert with Arduino, NODE MCU ESP 8266/ESP 32 & Raspberry Pi - using sensors, micro-python and cloud platform

What you'll learn
Quickly learn about Arduino Uno, NODE MCU 8266 and Raspberry PI along with critical protocols and its communication to cloud
Understand how micropython firmware are deployed or embedded on to IOT devices like NODEMCU ESP 8266 / ESP 32
Understand commonly used IOT protocols such as REST API, MQTT through IOT based demonstration.
Get an understanding about the latest IOT protocol LoRaWAN and its application
Learn by doing a voice based smart building IOT application using open source application (Adafruit -MQTT,IFTTT) and mobile app (Google assistant)
Single course - Get hands on with multiple : IOT Devices, protocols and cloud applications
Analog sensor and digital sensor Interfacing with IOT device - Demonstration
IOT Board comparison - Node MCU ESP 8266 Vs ESP 32 || Raspberry Pi 3 model B Vs Raspberry Pi 4
Basic electronics and some programming experience particularly in python is desirable.
Hardware : IOT boards - Arduino UNO, NODEMCU ESP 8266, Raspberry PI3 - This would be based on the activity you wish to build or practice
Hardware: Other Components - Few resistors, potentiometer (5K~10K OHM), breadboard, LEDs, DHT 11 sensor
Become an expert in IoT in shortest possible time. This is an ultimate bundled course with multiple features and would truly stand out in the crowd.

Few of the unique features of the course are

All in One

This course has explanation and live demonstration on the most widely used IOT boards, namely.

Arduino Uno.

Node MCU - ESP 8266 / ESP32 - Understand and use micro python, the latest programming languages in IOT

Raspberry pi 3- Model B.

Micro python are increasingly getting adopted these days in tiny micro controller IoT devices. Towards this, the course provide complete explanation right from flashing /installing micro-python in a micro controller IoT device - namely ESP Node MCU - 8266 up to its integration to cloud.

Added to this, has simple and easy to understand demonstration on REST API and MQTT protocols which are widely used in resource constrained IOT devices such as ESP NODE MCU - 8266, Raspberry pi etc.

For better understanding on cloud integration data analytics with IoT, wide range of open source platform as a service cloud(PaaS) have been used




google assistant with IFTTT , Adafruit IO dashboard


Voice based IOT - smart building application using NODE MCU 8266 . This is demonstrated using open source application and mobile app - google assistant.

Finally, all the code units (micropython ,python & Arduino IDE) used in the course are available in the resources for download.

Once you have gone through the course, you would have a expert level understanding of not only IOT devices but also the some of the critical protocols used in IoT and its integration to cloud platform. More importantly, all this is explained through the widely used IoT language of Python.

Good luck on being early adopter of IOT and on your journey of exploring the next generation technology revolution!

Happy learning!!!.

Who this course is for
Any one interested and learn about different IOT devices, its associated protocols and its communication with cloud world
Engineering students who are interested in Internet of things , taking up up projects in Internet of things and career in IoT.


Internet Of Things (IoT) - Demystified using 3 IOT devices


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