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Mastering IoT with Arduino

This video "Mastering IoT with Arduino" by Ashish Pandey, Venkatesh Varadachari (November 2018) helps Master IoT with Arduino to solve real-world problems and gain valuable insights from your data.

In the era of the Internet, a vast network devices have been connected to the internet to perform various key tasks and make life simpler. This is where the Internet of things comes into the picture, where peripherals (such as smart device sensors) are connected to the internet to collect and exchange data.

What You Will Learn:

•   Set up your Arduino

•   Connect your Arduino to a Wi-Fi Shield

•   Explore sensors and sensor connections

•   Send Sensor data from the Arduino to Cayenne

•   Create a server and a database

•   Control your system

•   Connect your database and the User Control Interface

Author Bio:

Ashish Pandey

Ashish Pandey is a training and development,Technology Enthusiast with 5+ years of remarkable experience in multi-sector ranged domains of Data Science, Artificial Intelligence - Machine Learning - Deep Learning and Industry 4.0 who's greatly interested in challenging roles towards real-time solutions, Research and becoming a part of change-oriented end products or services while being a continuous learner, upgrading and applying to the best of Innovation resulting in qualitative productivity to Individuals and Industry.

Venkatesh Varadachari

Venkatesh Varadachari is the founder of MAKERDEMY, a pioneer company in the field of Maker education. Through MAKERDEMY, Venkatesh works on several Maker domains like Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing and the Internet of Things. MAKERDEMY has the largest catalog of IOT and related topics on Udemy. Venkatesh is actively involved in IOT education and applying his IOT knowledge to solve local business problems.


Dec 15, 2018, 06:14 am Last Edit: Dec 15, 2018, 06:16 am by ChrisTenone Reason: add pic
Why is the subtitle "Enhance your IoT skills with the Raspberry Pi 3"?
What, I need to say something else too?

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