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Microcontrollers, the IoT and our Laboratories (Hands On, Laptop Required)

Sunday, February 4
8:00 AM - 3:15 PM
Location: 9

This course will introduce students to the integration of low cost sensors and microcontrollers to build tools with laboratory applications such as monitoring and control.  We’ll also review how we can interconnect laboratory hardware with cloud based systems to create a laboratory or even enterprise wide web for real time data collection and analysis. The course will provide hands on experience with the popular Arduino microcontroller.  We’ll install the basic development environment and walk through labs covering using Arduino to collect, respond and report data.  Please note: It's important to understand how accessible and easy to use microcontrollers are.  To demonstrate this the course has hands on exercises where attendees will build useful solutions with the industry standard Arduino platform micro-controller.  Participants will receive a kit containing a micro-controller and the hardware to complete these exercises in class.  Participants will also need a laptop computer with at least one USB port and the ability to install the Arduino programming environment.  The cost of the kit is included with the course fee and you should take the kit home with you to continue exploration and delivering solutions on your own.

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Jay Gill



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Erik Werner

PhD Candidate
University of California, Irvine


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