INTERNET OF THINGS
Internet of Things (IoT) is an ecosystem of connected physical objects that are accessible through the internet. The ‘thing’ in IoT could be a person with a heart monitor or an automobile with built-in-sensors, i.e. objects that have been assigned an IP address and have the ability to collect and transfer data over a network without manual assistance or intervention. The embedded technology in the objects helps them to interact with internal states or the external environment, which in turn affects the decisions taken.
IoT enables devices/objects to observe, identify and understand a situation or the surroundings without being dependent on human help. Internet of Things can connect devices embedded in various systems to the internet. When devices/objects can represent themselves digitally, they can be controlled from anywhere. The connectivity then helps us capture more data from more places, ensuring more ways of increasing efficiency and improving safety and security.
IoT is transformational forces that can help companies improve performance through IoT analytics for better results. Businesses in the utilities, oil & gas, insurance, manufacturing, transportation, infrastructure and retail sectors can reap the benefits of IoT by making more informed decisions, aided by the torrent of interactional and transactional data at their disposal.
IoT platforms can help organizations reduce cost through improved process efficiency, asset utilization and productivity. With improved tracking of devices/objects using sensors and connectivity, they can benefit from real-time insights and analytics, which would help them make smarter decisions. The growth and convergence of data, processes and things on the internet would make such connections more relevant and important, creating more opportunities for people, businesses and industries.
DAY 1: 18.07.2017 (9.00AM to 4.30PM)
Objective was to make students understand about Intel Galileo and its interfacing techniques. Embedded Linux and Intel Galileo - platforms, IOT applications and related case studies were taught in this session. Programming using Arduino API and its role in building embedded applications were familiarised. Lab demonstration was based on interfacing various Digital/Analog Sensors (GPIO, PWM, Analog).
DAY 2: 19.07.2017 (9.00AM to 4.30PM)
Objective was to study Embedded protocols and setting up IoT components for Intel Galileo. Introduction to Serial communication protocols were given.Project Case Study about Data logging using SD library, Programming UART based GPS/GSM-GPRS Shields and, related applications.6 Lab demonstration was also conducted based on Building IoT SD card image, Accessing Linux terminal using Minicom or Screen (Shell commands and utilities ) and Setting up Networking (*Ethernet and *Wi-Fi).
DAY 3: 20.07.2017 (9.00AM to 4.30PM)
Objective for this day was to Project Ideation and Build IoT based Applications,.Linux Introduction, Building POSIX based Embedded Linux applications were studied. 3-Tier architecture of IoT applications and related protocols was made to understand. IoT applications like Thingspeak cloud management framework for data logging and data visualization and Dweet based IoT application were build. Project Ideation around Intel Galileo were delivered.
DAY 4: 21.07.2017 (9.00AM to 4.30PM)
Objective for final day was to Build Prototypes using Intel Galileo. Project idea demonstration session was included. Feedback and assessment was collected from students.
We were also trained to work on Intel Galileo Quark processor which was a different experience .Able to understand more about the Embedded Linux and Intel Galileo - platforms, IOT applications and related case studies, Serial communication protocols Linux Introduction and Building POSIX based Embedded Linux applications.
FICE(Intel official Partner),Bangalore. 2.Abhishek Kumar Srivastava
Technology Innovation leader
FICE(Intel official Partner),Bangalore.
Internet of Things (IOT) Centre
NIET B- Block, Ground Floor, CBE-105.