Workshop on Internet of Things with practical Hands-on

IoT, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Coding and Electronics

Workshop on Internet of Things with practical Hands-on

The hands-on workshop to teach participants basics of coding, internet of things and building internet-enabled hardware apps. Basics of Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Bit By Bit and funstore platform will be covered in during the workshop.

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What is IoT workshop?

The workshop takes students who are unfamiliar with, or have a limited knowledge of programming, and teaches them the basics of coding, electronics and design in a fun and easy way. With this camp the students will learn concepts of building internet enabled device, program micro-controllers, and build apps. Participants will also get access to our Bit By Bit kits and Funstore desktop software.

Who can join?

Anyone can join. Prior coding experience is not mandatory but they must be able to type and know how to operate a computer. Participants must be able to come to the venue.

Instructor

Gaurav Gandhi, PhD (Hungary – 2008); B.E. (NSIT – 2002)
CEO/Founder of mLabs. mLabs is a research based startup and was a Resident company at Microsoft Ventures, London (2014) and received a fellowship from Royal Academy of Engineering (2015).

Gaurav has 15 years experience of Electronics, Software, Research and Education. Worked at STMicroelectronics Pvt. Ltd. (India and France) and Cadence Design System (India and Hungary)

What is IoT (Internet of Things)?

Internet of Things (IoT) is an ecosystem of connected physical objects that are accessible through the internet. The ‘thing’ in IoT could be a person with a heart monitor or an automobile with built-in-sensors.

Why is it important?

The “Internet of things” (IoT) is becoming an increasingly growing topic of conversation both in the workplace and outside of it. It’s a concept that not only has the potential to impact how we live but also how we work.

“Everybody in this world should learn how to code, because it teaches you how to think”

Steve Jobs