Advance IOT Training

Advance Internet of Things (IOT)

Advance IOT Course training in Pune :

        The Internet of Things (IOT) is the next wave, world is going to witness. Today, we live in an era of connected devices (mobile phones, computers etc.), the future is of connected things (Things mean: home appliances, vehicles, lamp-posts, personal accessories, your pets, industrial equipment’s and everything which you use in day to-day life).

The Internet of Things (IoT) is expanding at a rapid rate, and it is becoming increasingly important for professionals to understand what it is, how it works, and how to harness its power to improve business. This introductory course will enable learners to leverage their business and/or technical knowledge across IoT-related functions in the workplace.

In the course, we will examine the concept of IoT. We will look at the ‘things’ that make up the Internet of Things, including how those components are connected together, how they communicate, and how they value add to the data generated. We will also examine cybersecurity and privacy issues, and highlight how IoT can optimize processes and improve efficiencies in your business

Internet of Things (IoT) is evolving and changing the world rapidly. It is making the world small and connected to each other. Nowadays IoT is the backbone of every industry such as smart homes, smart cities, smart cars and the automation industry, today each and every industry is dependent upon IoT. The Internet of Things is all about connected life.


Today we hear a lot about this new era of “smart” and “connected” everywhere—smart homes, smart cars, smart gadgets, and even smart enterprises. No area of our work or personal lives seems to be untouched by these advancements in creating the ultimate connected experience. This change has presented the modern-day consumer with an unprecedented amount of convenience and comfort through smarter living. This has further raised consumer expectations, and technology innovators are constantly striving to meet these ever increasing demands.

  • What is IoT and Working with IoT
  • How does IoT work?
  • Building Blocks of IoT
  • What are the words I need to know?
  • Why IOT (Opportunities & Application of IOT)?
  • Challenges in IoT and Understand IoT design solution

LINUX

  • Linux Concepts
  • Linux Architecture
  • Introduction to components of I/O architecture
  • Objectives of Linux I/O model
  • Virtual file system
  • File system services
  • Accessing the command line (terminal and desktop)
  • Accessing and using manual pages
  • Working with the command line and the shell
  • Piping and redirection
  • Linux OS
  • Different Linux commands like cp , mv mount
  • Introduction to VI editor. VI editor settings
  • Creating script
  • Shell variables conditions (if else )
  • Shell control structures
  • Shell programs to read command line parameters
  • Linux lab for shell programming

PYTHON

ARDUINO

  1. Getting Started with Arduino
    We get you up and running with the Arduino platform. You will install the tools, write and upload your first piece of code to run on a microcontroller.
  2. Arduino Code Language (C Refresher)
    In case your C code skills are rusty, this video provides a quick refresher. We also look briefly at the differences between plain C and the Arduino Code Language.
  3. Inputs and App Control
    We build a slightly more complex program for a microcontroller. This one feature user inputs via button and a way to control the operation of the microcontroller from an app running on your smartphone.
  4. Arduino Simulation Environment
    Is there a way to run microcontroller code without having one at your disposal? In this video, we explore simulation technologies that allow you to build rapid prototypes, giving you greater insight into the working of your code.

Sensors, Signals & Electronics:

  • Introduction to Open Source platform
  • An Overview of Open Hardware
  • Arduino Board Description
  • Getting started with the Arduino IDE writing your first program on Arduino
  1. Analog Sensor
    We begin our exploration of sensors by learning how to read analog signals from them in our microcontroller code. We also look briefly at some issues while using analog sensors.
  2. Basic electronics refresher
    A quick overview of all the components you will need as you build your Arduino projects, their usage and functions.
  3. Digital Sensors
    Learn to read ambient temperature and humidity from an integrated sensor by talking to it using digital signals.
    Interfacing of Analog Devices with Digital World
  4. Digital Signals
    We delve into the representation of digital signals on the wire and how signals are represented and transmitted between sensors and controller.
  5. Sensors overview
    We covered a few sensors in detail in the past videos, but there a wide variety of sensors out there that measure all manner of real world phenomena. This video provides a broad overview of commonly available sensors and sensor modules that play well with the Arduino hardware.
  • Difference between Parallel and Serial Communication
  • USART / UART Protocol
  • RS232 Standard
  • TTL Converter
  • UART Programming
  • GSM Interfacing

Microcontroller Concepts

  1. User Interface
    Buttons and displays: IoT devices often require a “human-machine interface” and this is often hard to build due to microcontroller limitations. In this video, we look at buttons and display modules and explain how these are controlled from microcontroller code.
  2. Microcontroller Concepts – Memory Map, IO Peripherals
    We have been doing a lot of microcontroller coding. Now it is time to look under the hood and understand the internal architectures of these machines. We also look at how code and data are organized.
  3. Arduino Hardware Overview
    We have been using one microcontroller platform – the Arduino Nano q- but there are several others out there. Here, we take a walk through the world of popular Arduino hardware – both official and community-supported.

Basic Networking with nodemcu

  1. Intro to nodemcu
    This is the first look at the second of our two microcontroller platforms – the nodemcu. This is a true IoT enabled microcontroller, since it has built in Wi-FI. We jump right in and write our very first program for it and control an LED from the cloud!
  2. Basic Wireless Networking
    Time to take a step back and look deeper into how Wi-Fi works. This video teaches you the basics of networking, Wi-Fi architecture and security.
  3. Sensor Log
    Here are more advanced exercise using the node mcu. We connect a few sensors to it and build a sort of mini weather station.

HTTP and REST API

Networks allow us to transport data from one point to another. But how is one device controlled by another? This video looks at the client-server architecture and in particularly at HTTP and RESTful interfaces.

Advanced Micro controller Concepts

  1. LED blink using MQTT
    In this video, we introduce MQTT, a lightweight yet powerful protocol for messaging. We use it to build an example, which, while similar in functionality to an example we built before, is transparent in terms of its underlying architecture.
  2. Messaging and MQTT
    Here, we take a deeper look at messaging and the “pub-sub” pattern. We discuss how it is different from REST and why it is often preferred in the case of IoT devices.
  3. Microcontrollers Concepts – Interrupts, Timers, Callbacks, Re-entrancy, Watchdogs
    In this video on micro controller internals, we look at common design patterns used in building firmware. We also go over basic concepts like re-entrancy, mutexes and error handling. We also look at performance aspects – latencies, throughput and other parameters.
  4. Device Configurations, Discovery and OTA
    Time to take a leap from building a demo to building a product. What should you worry about as you put your IoT device into the end-user’s hand? How is the product deployed, discovered, secured and maintained?

Raspberry pi :
Getting Started with Raspberry Pi

  1. Introducing the Raspberry Pi
    Get up and running with the Raspberry Pi 3. Learn to make the connections, power it up and take a tour of its desktop environment.
  2. Course Objectives and Course Map
    Understand the overall plan for this module. We provide a quick overview of what we’ll learn and of the major projects we’ll be doing.
  3. Booting the Raspberry Pi 3
    A more fundamental look at booting the Raspberry Pi 3. Understand how to download an operating system, format an SD card and boot the OS. Also, learn the rudiments of the file system.
  4. OS Options Overview
    While we’ll use the Raspbian image as the reference for the rest of this course, we spend some time in this video looking at what other OS options are available for the Raspberry Pi, and why you might want to check them out.

Interfacing Hardware with the Raspberry Pi

  1. Raspberry Pi Remote Access
    Learn to operate the Raspberry Pi in “headless mode” by logging into it remotely. We’ll also discuss how to move ata (or files) from your PC to the Raspberry Pi and back.
  2. Bash Command-line
    A short primer on Linux terminal commands, or more specifically, a quick tour through the basic command set for the bash shell. Get comfortable operating you Raspberry Pi without needing a GUI interface.
  3. Raspberry Pi LED Blink Example
    Time to bring out the electronic components. The Raspberry Pi’s connector allows you extend its functionality using external hardware and in this video, we begin to explore how this is done.
  4. Linux Overview and Device Drivers
    High-level operating systems, such as Linux, require the use of a device driver for user programs to access hardware. We look at why this is, what a device driver does, and how to build one.

Machine-to-Machine Communication

  1. Sensors Integration
    We continue the journey we started in video 7 and interface yet more hardware to the Raspberry Pi. We learn how to deal with inputs and digital protocols from within user programs.
  2. Local Blynk Server
    Blynk provides a simple means to tie together smartphones and IoT gadgets. In this video, we control a NodeMCU from a smartphone via a Blynk server running on Raspberry Pi.
  3. Node-red: M2M and Gateway
    We expand on the previous example and use it as a basis to discuss machine-to-machine communication, an IoT node vs gateway and related concepts.

Multimedia Concepts

  1. Raspberry Pi Media Server
    This video introduces a high-performance application on the Raspberry Pi – a complete content streaming server.
  2. Running Services
    Learn about the Linux boot up sequence, run levels, and how to run programs automatically on boot up.

Speech Processing Concepts

  1. Voice Control Application
    Explore speech processing on Raspberry Pi. Speech recognition is an important emerging interface for IoT devices and this example introduces the topic.
  2. Voice Control System Architecture
    A more detailed look at how the last example was put together. Once again, we look at performance, introduce metrics, and compare with video processing.
  3. Amazon Alexa tool & Google voice assistant:
  4. Raspberry Security Cam
    We have covered video playback and speech processing. Now, its time to learn video processing. In this video, we set up our example and demonstrate how it works.

Deploying to the Cloud

  1. Express.js on Raspberry Pi
    We learn to run a restful service on our Raspberry Pi using Express.js – a Javascript-based framework for building web applications. Our webserver will receive data from local IoT device such as a nodemcu which provides a dashboard for examining the data.
  2. Heroku Quickstart
    We now take our Express.js server and run it on the cloud using a “platform-as-a-service” provider. This lets us examine the power and limitations of the PaaS approach.
  3. SaaS, PaaS and IaaS
    A more in-depth examination of cloud services and the buckets under which they are classified.
  4. Infrastructure-as-a-Service
  • AWS Quickstart
    We move to IaaS with Amazon’s cloud offering – AWS. This means creating your own server instance in the cloud, choosing and configuring its OS, and running your service – the Express.js server – on top of it.
  • IaaS Comparison
    The number and variety of cloud services providers has grown in the last few years. This video provides an overview of all the main players in the IaaS space.
  • Case Study on Home Automation
    In this first of our case studies, we examine what an ideal home automation system will look like and how it will be organized. We’ll talk about the nodes, the gateway and the cloud services that such a system would need.

Micro services using Docker

  1. Running your own Services
    MQTT, Redis: A modern backend requires more than just a webserver. In this video, we expand our backend to include a database and a message queue on our IaaS platform.
  2. Docker Intro
    A quick start to using docker – a virtual container for services targeting distributed systems.

Connectivity beyond Wi-Fi

  1. LoRa
    So far, we have looked at Wi-Fi as the sole connectivity option. We now expand our gaze to include cellular connectivity and LoRa.
  2. Case Study on Smart City
    IoT technology is relevant for more than just consumer goods. This video looks at how we might go about building smart city solutions.
  3. BT and NFC
    Connectivity at ultra-short ranges can be just as important as those at longer distance when it comes to certain IoT applications. We look at bluetooth, NFC and other radio frequency alternatives.
  4. Case Study on Brick and Mortar Retail
    This case study imagines a large retail grocery chain and builds a system of how they might benefit from IoT technology.

Post completion of the course, you will be able to: 

• Develop and implement IoT system, solutions, and applications.

• Good understanding of reference architecture, like- Network, Device, Application & Client server vs Public Subscribe.

•Design IoT Device – sensors, embedded development boards, Interfacing  peripherals & programming GPIOs & Design Considerations.

• Work with IoT Communication Protocols like- wired, wireless, Networking & Application

• Write applications using programming Languages 

Duration: 3 Months

  • Batches : Regular as well as Weekends
  • Fast track Batch option available.

ADDRESS:

TechnoScripts
Office No 86 To 89, Fifth Floor, C Wing, Shrinath Plaza,
Dyaneshwar Paduka Chowk, F C Road,
Shivaji Nagar, Pune
www.technoscripts.in  info@technoscripts.in

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