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In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, the Internet of Things (IoT) stands out as a transformative force. To equip individuals with the skills necessary for the future, we introduce a value-added program focused on IoT—a cutting-edge domain that integrates the digital and physical worlds.
Program Overview:
Our “Enhancing Skills with Advanced IoT & Its Application ” program is designed to provide participants with hands-on experience, practical knowledge, and a comprehensive understanding of IoT technologies. This value-added initiative went beyond traditional learning, offering a dynamic and interactive approach to skill development.

Hands-On Learning: Participants engaged in practical, real-world projects to apply theoretical concepts. Hands-on sessions using IoT devices and platforms enhanced understanding.

Expert-Led Sessions:

Industry experts and experienced practitioners conducted interactive sessions.

Day 1: NODEMCU ESP8266

  • Understand the basics of the NodeMCU ESP8266 board.
  • Initialize the Wi-Fi module and connect it to a Wi-Fi network.
  • Develop Arduino-based programs for the NodeMCU ESP8266
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot common issues related to Wi-Fi connectivity and program execution.

Day 2: WoT (Web of Things)

  • NodeMCU ESP8266 Interfacing
  • Wireless communication protocols and data exchange.
  • Connecting physical objects to the web.
  • Enabling remote access and control of connected devices.
  • Integration of devices into the broader Internet ecosystem.
  • Drag-and-drop interface for building IoT applications in Blynk Iot platform.
  • setting up SSID and password for unique authentication and connectivity.
  • HTML code for web interface design.
  • Project: Home automation.

Day 3: Bluetooth and Robotics

  • Understanding of Bluetooth (HC-05) module communication protocols.
  • Pairing process with other Bluetooth devices.
  • Utilizing HC-05 for remote control applications.
  • Sending and receiving data wirelessly for device interaction.
  • Understanding motor types (e.g., DC motors).
  • Controlling motor speed and direction using switches.
  • Basic understanding of switch functionality.
  • Incorporating switches for manual control of the robot.
  • Basic electronic circuit design for motor and switch integration.
  • Power supply considerations for the robot.
  • Writing code using the Arduino IDE to control the car’s behavior.
  • Understanding programming concepts such as loops, conditional statements, and functions.
  • Connecting and controlling motors, often DC motors, for movement.
  • Implementing algorithms to control speed and direction.
  • Understanding basic electronics for powering the motors and other components.

Day 4: Machine to machine wireless connection

  • Writing code for the ESP8266 microcontrollers using the Arduino IDE or other platforms.
  • Connecting and interfacing the DHT11 sensor with the ESP8266.
  • Reading temperature and humidity data from the sensor.
  • Handling potential issues such as data transmission errors or network disruptions.
  • Ensuring data privacy and integrity in M2M communication.

Successful completion of the program was recognized with a certification, serving as a valuable addition to resumes and showcasing expertise in IoT technologies.


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