Getting started in IoT | ESP8266 | MQTT

Designed by Lema Labs| IIT Madras. A to Z Hands-on in IoT. Learn to Control & Monitor Devices from anywhere in the World

Get hands-on with Internet of Things (IoT). Learn to control and monitor anything from anywhere. IoT is predicted to be one of the next big thing in technology. It is defined as the network of physical objects – devices, vehicles, buildings and other items – embedded with sensors, electronics, software and network connectivity that enables these objects to get the ability to sense and communicate.

What you’ll learn

  • Internet of Things.
  • Arduino Programming.
  • Working with NodeMCU ESP8266.
  • Publishing sensor data to cloud server.
  • Subscribing data from cloud server.
  • Google Assistance based Home Automation.
  • MQTT.
  • Adafruit IO.
  • IFTTT.

Course Content

  • Orientation –> 2 lectures • 1min.
  • Internet of Things over a Local Network –> 23 lectures • 1hr 27min.
  • Internet of Things over the Internet –> 18 lectures • 1hr 8min.

Getting started in IoT | ESP8266 | MQTT

Requirements

  • No prerequisites. All concepts will be taught from basics..

Get hands-on with Internet of Things (IoT). Learn to control and monitor anything from anywhere. IoT is predicted to be one of the next big thing in technology. It is defined as the network of physical objects – devices, vehicles, buildings and other items – embedded with sensors, electronics, software and network connectivity that enables these objects to get the ability to sense and communicate.

There are now about 4.6 billion connected devices excluding phones, tablets and laptops. A number that is expected to increase to 15.3 billion in the next five years according to the Ericsson Mobility report. A recent study released by Gartner says that 43% of all companies are using or plan to implement an IoT application and that’s Industry 4.0

We have designed to course in a way that anyone can follow; You will learn everything from the fundamentals.

There are no requisites for this Course.

Highlights:

  • Learn to work with NodeMCU
  • Arduino Programming
  • Controlling devices using webpage in a Local network
  • Build Android Apps using MIT App Inventor
  • Publish sensor data to cloud (Adafruit IO)
  • Use IFTTT and control devices using Google Voice Assistant
  • Build a Home Automation Project

Who is this program for?

  • College Students
  • Working Professionals
  • Research Scholars & Professors
  • Hobbyists

We recommend you to have the below hardware ready before starting this course.

  • NodeMCU Development Board – 1
  • Micro USB cable – 1
  • LED 5mm – 1
  • LDR Sensor Module – 1
  • 5 Volts Relay Module – 1
  • Jumper Cables – 3

 

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