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Building IoT Projects with Arduino IoT Cloud | SAGE Summer School

Building IoT Projects with Arduino IoT Cloud

Building IoT Projects with Arduino IoT Cloud

In this course you will learn about the NEW Arduino IoT Cloud Platform that allows you to easily build Internet of Things (IoT) applications and projects that connect to the Cloud.

Cloud Computing in IoT works as part of a collaboration and is used to store IoT data. The Cloud is a centralised server containing computer resources that can be accessed whenever required. Cloud Computing is an easy travel method for the large data packages generated by the IoT through the Internet.

The key difference between Cloud Computing and Internet of Things is that Cloud Computing provides hosted services over the internet while Internet of Things connects surrounding smart devices to the network to share and analyze data for decision making.

Go from Zero to Hero and learn how to quickly build secure Internet of Things (IoT) using Arduino that connect to the Cloud.

1: Introduction

  • What is Internet of things
  • Sensors & Actuators
  • What is the Arduino IoT Cloud?
  • Understanding Arduino IoT Cloud Terminology
  • Parts List for the Course

2: Setup your account and board

  • Overview of the Setup Process
  • Creating a free Arduino IoT Cloud Account
  • Using the Desktop IDE or the Arduino Web Editor
  • Installing the Arduino and Node MCU Board
  • Overview of the Arduino Node MCU ESP 8266

3: Project 1

  • Controlling the led from the cloud
  • Wiring the circuit
  • Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud
  • Making Code changes
  • An Overview of the Web Editor
  • Detailed Code Review for our LED Project

 4: Taking Analog readings

  • Project overview 
  • Wiring the Circuit
  • Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud
  • Making Code changes
  • Testing it out

5: Detecting external events like button press

  • Detecting external events – project overview
  • Wiring the Circuit
  • Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud
  • Making Code changes
  • Testing it out

 

6: Project2: Temperature and Humidity Web Server with Node MCU ESP8266

  • Project overview
  • Wiring the Circuit
  • Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud
  • Making Code changes
  • Testing out the Alarm
  • Overview of If This Then That (IFTTT)
  • Enabling an Applet on IFTTT
  • Creating an IoT Webhook to IFTTT
  • Testing our Custom IoT IFTTT Applet

7: Project3: IOT Door opens Notification using IFTTT and ESP8266 Node MCU

 

  • Project overview
  • Parts Needed for the Project
  • Wiring the circuit
  • Configuration in the IoT Cloud
  • Making Code Changes
  • Using a reed Switch to know whether door opened or not
  • Reviewing the Algorithm for our Project Code
  • Testing it out





Registration Process

1. For the candidates who are registering for the first time: Register yourself by the ensuing form.

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4. Apply for any course of your choice by selecting from dashboard, make online payment from the Pay Now button and you are through.

5. You will receive a confirmation mail on your registered email ID.