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About this course
Internet of Things
Internet of Things or IoT is a system that is developed by equipping any physical device with a sensor or computer chip and connecting it to the internet. This makes it “smart” enough to be able to send data, receive instructions and perform accordingly, and to do so it doesn’t require any human assistance. Today we have got our simple household devices turned into “smart” objects such as lightbulbs, refrigerators, TVs, etc. that we can control by our smartphones. The unique identifiers (UIDs) in them make them receive the instructions and respond to them.
Nowadays, every industry has adopted IoTs as technical advancement in order to enhance their efficiency. From objects as simple as children’s toy cars to as crucial as driverless trucks, anything could be turned into an IoT. And how can we not mention Alexa, our smart assistant, which “literally” listens to us through its voice recognition sensors and responds to our instructions? Doesn’t all that sounds fascinating?
By realizing the scope of IoTs in today’s world and the world of our foreseeable future we can see the benefits of teaching this technology to young students. This skill may enable them to develop personalized projects. It will evoke their curiosity and impulse to create thereby keeping them engaged in a much more productive extra-curricular activity than playing games or watching TV. This may in fact increase their focus, creative ability, and innovative skills.
What do We have to Offer You?
Our experts will teach you to develop such smart devices by using Arduino to develop simple robots and toys. We also supply all the materials and equipment that are required. Students will be encouraged to develop their own projects under our expert supervision. Our goal is to inculcate among students an enthusiasm for STEM and equip them with all the high-demand skills that will never cease to pay off in their future ventures.
Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.