IOT Workshop 2.0

The Internet of Things (IoT) is revolutionizing modern life through the seamless exchange of data among integrated devices via the internet. This technology enables autonomous transportation, home automation, smart security, and various electronic systems by combining sensors with software and user interfaces for data analysis and storage.
Even though this concept may seem complex and meticulous, do you know you can build an advanced IoT system with ease? To show you how, on the occasion of IEEE Day 2023 celebration, IEEE NSU Robotics and Automation Society Student Branch Chapter in collaboration with IEEE NSU Student Branch, has arranged an IoT workshop titled, “IoT Workshop 2.0” on 6th October, 2023. By focusing on the goal of cultivating enthusiasts and making sure that students develop a passion for robotics and automation, IEEE NSU RAS SBC has organized this interactive session on the Internet of Things (IoT) to help students who know the basics, advance to the next level in this technology. So, dive into the world of IoT through this workshop, empower your tech skills and ignite innovation. Don’t miss this hands-on experience of designing a full-fledged advanced IoT system which will help you to specialize in this revolutionary and rapidly growing field.
Topics will be as follows:
1. Introduction to IoT
2. Introduction to Node MCU
3. Digital read and digital write
4. Analog read and analog write
5. Communication with Google Assistant
6. A hands on project based on IoT
Participants can form groups of maximum 2 members or can participate solo as well. Each participant has to complete registration and pay registration fees individually. Each group must have at least one set of equipment (listed in the doc below) and a laptop. Participants can purchase their own equipments or contact us if they are unable to do so.
Contact details for equipment :
Md Tasbeer Ahmed
General Member, IEEE NSU RAS SBC
01775452647 (Whatsapp)
List of equipment:
Important Info about the Workshop:
Date: 6 October, 2023, Friday
Time: 3:30 PM – 6.00 PM
Venue: SAC314