NitroFlare Building a Thing for the Internet of Things!

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    Building a Thing for the Internet of Things!
    MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 62 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 4 Hours | 1.31 GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    A hands on, step-by-step guide to bringing your idea to life, from start to Kickstarter
    What do the Apple Watch, Nest thermostat, Amazon Echo, and the Pebble smartwatch have in common? They're all "things" in the Internet of Things, a worldwide network of soon-to-be- 40 Billion devices communicating with each other, the cloud and our phones.

    This course will lead you through the design, development and prototyping of a representative "Thing" and show you how to prepare to launch a crowd funding campaign to finance production.

    Starting with an exploration of what is the Internet of Things and what exactly a "Thing" is, students will learn the steps from idea to prototype including:

    Selecting a development platform for your hardware
    Selecting the right programming language for your requirements
    Installing development tools and updating firmware
    Building a prototype device using a breadboard and Intel Edison
    Writing firmware
    Connecting to a cloud service
    Building an iOS companion app
    Prepare for real-world production
    Understand how to launch on Kickstarter
    Basic developer and/or engineer skills
    Willingness to plug in some cables and type some commands
    An Intel Edison, breadboard and miscellaneous components
    Over 45 lectures and more than 3 hours of content
    Understand the options for developing a "Thing"
    Understand how to build a representative "Thing"
    Learn how to connect to a cloud service from a "Thing"
    Learn how to communicate between an iOS device and a "Thing"
    Anyone with a curiosity about the Internet of Things
    A developer/engineer with an idea for a "Thing"
    People with basic electronics knowledge
    People with basic programming experience




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