2017 February 28th Seminar hands-on with low power IoT processors
28/02/2017Hands-on with low power IoT processors
Always wanted to know how you can make yourself a very useful IoT application?
In this session, we will show you how you can build yourself a twittering and e-mailing plant! Or rather, how you can build a sensor that can communicate the water level of your plant to a gateway, that then takes action to inform you in case it is becoming urgent to take care of your plant.
We will show how you can build and program a low power IoT node consisting of a lower power microcontroller (STM) and a long range low power wireless communication (LoRa). Both will be explained, you will get a hands-on guideline, and, at the end of the day, you can take your twittering and emailing plant home! The PCB design and code will all be available to you.
Tuesday February 28th, 2017
19.10 Introduction on subject by Frederik Santens (founder & chairman of Internet of Things Belgium VZW or IoTBE, a non-profit & independent cluster of high-tech IoT stakeholders with the aim to simulate IoT adoption & innovation through open innovation & co-creation. He is a frequent speaker and management consultant on corporate digital & IoT transformation strategies).
19:40 Open Source IoT Prototyping - TELEMIC, ESAT
20:40 Put the sensor in the long range network
21:00 Networking & reception
KUL ESAT, 02.58 - Kasteelpark Arenberg 10, Heverlee
Attendance Fee (VAT included)
Please register for the event by filling out this form and paying the corresponding attendance fee to the account BE97 4155 1091 2149 of FITCE.be vzw Nerend-aard 6, 2550 Kontich.
Cancellation will be allowed without penalty until February 15th 2017. After this date a charge of 25% of the attendance fee will be made regardless the reason of the cancellation. Notice of cancellation must be done by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
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