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Dead Easy IoT Workshop with ESPresso Lite V2

Description

We are happy to organise our monthly introductory workshop about the Internet of Things (IoT) covering the following:

  • Understanding ESPresso Lite V2 microcontroller & Wi-Fi communications
  • Introduction to ESP8266
  • Basic programming environments
  • How to receive data from sensors
  • How to send command to control actuators
  • How to utilise the unique features of ESP8266: making it sleep, waking it up, switch Wi-Fi on/off, creating webservers, etc
  • How to create your own dashboard to monitor sensor reading
  • How to send push notification to your smartphone
  • Introduction to sensors: DHT22, LDR, PIR, switch
  • Introduction to actuators: LED, RGB LED, OLED, servo

Publish sensor data to MQTT broker

Create your own dashboard with Freeboard.io


Participants will be able to bring home your very own IoT starter kit that allow you to start building your next cool thing!

No programming background required. Just bring along your personal laptop and your smartphone (iOS or Android).

Who should attend:

  • Those with little or no background in electronics or programming;
  • Those who wants to build their very own 'smart' devices;
  • Those who are open to picking up a new skill to open up a new opportunity
You can book by a seat in the workshop by:

* Registration via Eventbrite
* Cash payment ($80) at the door -please email hello@espert.co to leave your name first.
* Cheque payment made out to "Espert Pte. Ltd." and sent to Espert Pte Ltd, 20 Peck Seah St, #03-320, Singapore 079312

For more information about the ESPresso Lite V2, please click here.

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Mon Oct 31, 2016
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM SGT
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Venue
20 Peck Seah Street #03-00 Singapore 079312
Tickets
Basic IoT Workshop $80.00
Basic IoT Workshop (without starter kit) $30.00
Venue Address
20 Peck Seah Street #03-00 Singapore
Directions
3 min walk from Tg Pagar MRT station
Organizer
ESPert
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