Your IoT Journey Begins Here.
(Internet-of-Things)

Have you wished you had the ability to design and build technological devices that connects to the internet? 

The rapid growth of Internet-of-Things (IoT) is changing the world. 
In this 2-days workshop, you’ll learn how to build your own IoT device and unlock that hidden genius in you.

Date: 29 & 30th March 2019 (2 Days)
Time: 9AM – 5PM

Venue: LEAD, 64A & B Jalan Dedap 7, Johor Jaya 81100, Johor Bahru.

A Hands-On Internet of Things workshop with Arduino & Android

In this workshop, you’ll learn modern Internet of Things (IoT) technology, based on Arduino and Android development.

This is a hands-on workshop, where you’ll learn how to create a Bluetooth remote or monitoring device, following a step-by-step learning structure.

This includes an in-depth introduction to Arduino hardware and lessons covering up to an intermediate level of programming. Students will be exposed to MIT App Inventor, to create apps without prior experience. 

What You’ll Learn

You’ll learn about IoT from ground-up and move into hands-on programming and practically building your own IoT Bluetooth device. (Arduino hardware & electronic parts will be provided)

 

  • Arduino Programming
  • Bluetooth AT Command Configuration
  • Arduino Hardware Control and Sensor Reading
  • Android App Development with MIT App Inventor
  • Data Conversion from Arduino to Android App
  • Bluetooth Control Hardware and Deliver Sensor Data.
  • Local WiFi setup for smart IoT devices.
  • IoT platform to create data loggers.

    What You’ll Learn

     

    You’ll learn about IoT from ground-up and move into hands-on programming and practically building your own IoT Bluetooth device. (Arduino hardware & electronic parts will be provided)

     

    • Arduino Programming
    • Bluetooth AT Command Configuration
    • Arduino Hardware Control and Sensor Reading
    • Android App Development with MIT App Inventor
    • Data Conversion from Arduino to Android App
    • Bluetooth Control Hardware and Deliver Sensor Data.
    • Local WiFi setup for smart IoT devices.
    • IoT platform to create data loggers.

      Should I pay attention to IoT?

      Imagine the world you can create, with the knowledge of IoT.

      Internet-of-Things started as an idea that every device can be interconnected to the internet.

      Since then, we now have a wealth of IoT devices & practices – from connected coffee machines, home lighting, production plants, cars, etc. that will continue to change the way we live, work and play.

      Gartner, Inc. forecasted that 20.8 billion things will be connected worldwide by 2020.

      Our question to you: Are you taking part in the IoT evolution?

      Who Should Join This Workshop?

      College Students

      Having your college break? Take the opportunity to upgrade yourself to the world of IoT and discover ways to implement it in your own projects.

      Engineers

      Internet-of-Things (IoT) is a concepts that combines all technologies together. Learning IoT will enhance and put a giant leap for your career.

      Teachers

      As an educator, imagine a world where you have the power to utilize IoT to make changes in the education system. Or learn IoT simply out of pure interest.

      I don’t have a technical background. Can I join?

      This course is designed to teach you IoT with Arduino and Android programming – from the very basic. 

      Our instructor will help you step by step during the workshop.

      Included with your registration.

      You’ll receive an original Arduino UNO Board, HC-05 Bluetooth module, 1 x Servo motor, Ultrasonic Sensor, 1.8′ TFT LCD display, ESP8266 NodeCPU WiFi board and other basic electronic parts to follow this workshop.

      Arduino UNO Board
      HC-05 Bluetooth Module

      Servo Motor

      Ultrasonic Sensor

      1.8TFT-LCD-Display

      ESP8266 NodeCPU WiFi Board

      including other necessary electronic parts…

      The Instructor

      John Tan

      The term “Internet of Things” may sound new to you. You might not realize it, but you actually use an IoT device everyday – your smartphone!

      John is an instructor in the Maker Movement, who excels at making complicated things easy to understand. With experience brought in from his role in engineering in different fields from mechanical, electrical and manufacturing, he brings vast experience in IoT.

      Join The IoT Workshop Today

      Get the early access tickets before they are sold out.
      Instructions to install softwares will be sent to you upon completing the registration.

      You will need to bring: 

      1. Laptop (Window 7 with minimum i3 processor)
      2. Android Phone (Android version 5.0 and above)

      Workshop Venue & Time

      Address: LEAD, 64A & B Jalan Dedap 7, Johor Jaya 81100, Johor Bahru.
      Date: 29th & 30th March 2019 (Friday & Saturday)
      Time: 9:00AM – 5:00PM

      LEAD Johor Bahru

      The workshop will be held here!
      Address: LEAD, 64A & B Jalan Dedap 7, Johor Jaya 81100, Johor Bahru.

      Workshop Agenda

      See everything you’ll learn during the IoT workshop!

      Day 1: Android, Arduino and Bluetooth

      Module 1: Introduction to Arduino

      • Basic Arduino Programming
      • Digital Read and Write
      • Digital Button

      Module 2: Introduction of Analog Input and Output

      • Analog Read and Write
      • Basic Analog Input and Sensor
      • PWM Output

      Module 3: Serial Communication

      • Serial Write and Read
      • Serial Plotter
      • How to use Serial Monitor to debug

      Module 4: Build Mobile App with MIT App Inventor

      • Introduction of MIT App Inventor
      • Designer View and Block Editor
      • Build Basic UI App

      Module 5: The First Contact!

      • Send data from Mobile App to Arduino via Bluetooth
      • Control Digit Output
      • Project: Make a Basic Bluetooth Remote Control LED Light

      Day 2: WiFI, Local Server, Web Interface Programming, IoT Platform

      Module 6: Introduction to ESP8266

      • Setup ESP8266 with Arduino IDE
      • Setup simple server
      • Adding a LCD display to your IoT project.

      Module 7: Introduction of Local Server

      • Simple Server Control via WiFi connection
      • SPI Flash File System
      • OTA, Over the Air Updates

      Module 8: WebSocket Communication

      • Control RGB LEDs from a web interface using WebSocket
      • Use case of Blynk
      • Use case of IFTTT and MQTT 

      Module 9: Network Time Protocol

      • Create an NTP Clock Project. 

      Module 10: Data Logging

      • Create temperature data logger

      Ask About This Workshop

      Feel better if you talked to someone?
      Call Chelsea at 018-277 7989 or email support@thelead.io

      Or just drop us a message below.

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