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Working with Electronics in IoT – Level 2

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Duration: 2 Days

Description

The primary focus of this course is to build skills necessary for managing the electronics components which are vital components of any IoT gadget or solution. Attendees would learn the ABC of all core electronics components like resistors, TRIAC, capacitors etc. The major advantage of this course lies in its hands on labs which are carefully designed to implant the ability to solder circuits and components on PCBs, configure different kinds of motors depending on use cases and also play with bio-metrics. This two-day course will leave the attendees with actual skills needed for building up their own ideas and make prototypes in future.  Last but not the least, attendees would also learn about the architecture of sensor networks and actually build one. Sensor networks are vital for any complex IoT solution in real world.

See what our Sr. Solutions Architect – Cloud & IoT, Mr. Arzan Amaria has to say about our IoT courses

Objectives

  • To learn the working and importance of individual components like resistors, capacitors, TRIAC,  solenoids
  • To learn the process of using soldering iron, multimeter and other diagnostic equipment with hands-on
  • To design a PCB layout and solder components for making the base of any gadget
  • To configure fingerprint scanner to setup biometrics in any security solution
  • To configure stepper, servo, coreless and geared DC motors using Arduino and motor drivers
  • To learn the implementation of Sensor networks with hands-on

Who Should Attend

  • Software Developers aspiring to code IoT programs
  • IT Professionals engaging in IoT projects
  • Mechanical / Electrical Engineers / Students looking out to automate, monitor or remote control equipments
  • Any individual who needs brief idea on the concept for product development or career enhancement

Prerequisites

  • Completion of ‘Fundamentals of IoT – L1’ course

Course Outline

Day 1

  • Fundamentals of Electronics
    • Materials – Conductors, Insulators and SemiConductors
    • Understanding Voltage and Current
    • Serial vs Parallel connectivity
    • Electromagnetism
    • Wiring for low voltage circuits
    • Reading Circuit Diagrams
  • Electronic Components and their applications
    • Diodes/LEDs
    • Resistors
    • Capacitors
    • Transistors
    • IC
    • MOSFET
    • TRIAC
    • Optoelectronics
    • Transformers
    • Solar Cells
    • Solenoids
    • PCB
    • Batteries
  • Understanding Interfacing Pins on Dev Boards
    • Raspberry Pi 3.0
    • Arduino Mega
    • ESP8266
    • Intel Edison
  • Operational Tools
    • Soldering Iron
    • Multi-meter
    • Tachometer
    • Tester
    • Lab: Soldering components on PCB
    • Lab: Verify circuit connectivity using Multi-meter
    • Lab: Find RPM value of DC motor using Tachometer

Day 2

  • Access Control, Human Activity Detection and Object Positioning
    • Working with RFID systems
    • Bio-metrics systems: Functioning and Implementation
    • Beacons: Functioning and Implementation
    • Lab: Configuring and Implementing Beacon based on BT
    • Lab: Integrating Fingerprint Scanner for security application
  • Making Wireless sensor network using nRF24L01
    • Designing considerations
    • Use Cases
    • Lab: Creating a sensor network with raspberry PI as a sensor station and Arduino as a sensor node using nRF24L01 for wireless communication
  • Working with motors
    • Working and architecture of motors used with robotics/IoT
    • Stepper motors: Configurations, variations and interfacing
    • Servo motors: Configurations, variations and interfacing
    • Coreless motors: Configurations, variations and interfacing
    • Lab: Using stepper motor to create a robotic movement
    • Lab: Using servo motor to have angular motion with precision
    • Lab: Using coreless motors to setup propellers of a drone/UAV

About The Trainer

Arzan Amaria
Cloud Solutions Architect

2204524-12 Arzan has 7+ years of experience in Microsoft Infrastructure technology stack including setting up Windows servers, designing Active Directory and managing various domain services, including Hyper-V virtualization. As a Cloud Solution Architect at CloudThat, he is responsible for deploying, supporting and managing client infrastructures on Azure. Having core training and consulting experience, he is also involved in delivering training to corporate and individuals on Azure. He holds a MCSE (Server Track). Other certification include VCA-DCV (Datacenter Virtualization – Associate) and CTT+ (Certified Technology Trainer).

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Upcoming Batches

Mumbai Enroll
  • 28 Oct, 2017 - 29 Oct, 2017 (Sat - Sun)
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