IoT Workshop (2 days)
Date : 07 - 08 August, 2018
Time : 09:00 - 18:00 Local Time
Venue : Hotel Le Meridien, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Jonathan Brewer (NSRC, NZ)
Technical & Software Development staff who involved in Internet technology standards, have sound knowledge in Python Programming Language
# This workshop is not an introduction. This workshop is a technical introduction to the IoT, using the Python programming language and the LoRaWAN radio protocol. It's meant for people with a network operations or computer science background. If you're here, be prepared to work hard and do some neat things!
# It is assumed that the workshop participants know how to use different programming language
# Participants are required to bring their own laptops. These can be Windows/Linux/macOS and must have working wireless to allow participation in the hands on lab exercises.
The workshop can accommodate up to 20 participants (Max)
Day 1 Session: Welcome & Icebreaker
Day 1 Session: Lecture: Applications of the IoT
Day 1 Session: Lecture: An Introduction to MicroPython
Day 1 Session: Lab: Setting up for LoPy
Day 1 Session: Lab: Hello World in Blinking Colour!
Day 1 Session: Lab: Detecting a button press with LoPy
Day 1 Session: Lab: Saving data with LoPy
Day 2 Session: Lecture: Analogue & Digital Sensors & Actuators
Day 2 Session: Lab: Reading sensors with LoPy
Day 2 Session: Lecture: RF Protocols of the IoT
Day 2 Session: Lecture: LoRaWAN in Depth & The Things Network (TTN)
Day 2 Session: Lecture: MQTT & WebSockets Lecture
Day 2 Session: Lab: LoRaWAN with TTN
Day 2 Session: Lab: Live Data to IoT Platforms