Embedded System Design using CC3200 - IoT

Organizer : Texas Instruments

Internet of Things is becoming ubiquitous with edge sensor nodes getting more and more intelligent, capable to transmit information directly to a cloud and get controlled/actuated from the cloud..
This hands-on workshop covers the architecture of TI CC3200, which is a wireless micro controller and first in the industry to evolve into a single microcontroller programmable to wireless connectivity(Wi-Fi).
The workshop is tailored to meet the need of engineering students to get very good exposure to internet enabled systems and their applications.

Each team should have at least one laptop.

Laptop requirements :

Laptop requirements :
1. OS with Windows 7 and above
2. Minimum 1GB RAM
3.Minimum disk space of 2GB(4GB recommended).
4.Smart Phone with a data pack.

Course content :

1.Overview of IoT and it's Applications.
2.HTTP web server
3.Embedded System using ENERGIA ide
4.Wireless Sensor Networks using sub 1GHz and Msp430 G2.
5.Web server - Wifi
6.Cloud Application - IBM cloud
7.Cloud Application - eclipse.org
8. Cloud Application - Thingspeak cloud

Key takeaways : A very good understanding of Embedded Systems - IoT and it's exploding applications.

Certificate from Probe and company will be provided immediately after completion of your workshop.

FAQ:

1.Does the workshop have any prerequisites?
There are no prerequisites for the workshop. Any interested student can register for the workshop.

2.How should the payment be made for the workshop?
Payment can be made online.

3.On what basis are workshop registrations confirmed?
Registrations are confirmed after payment on first come first serve basis. Confirmation of your participation is subject to availability.

4.Will the fees paid for the workshop be refunded in case I fail to attend the workshop?
Fees once paid, is strictly non-refundable. Requests for refund will not be encouraged.

5. Will accommodation be provided?
Yes. We provide accommodation depending on the availability. You will have to register separately for that.