Two Days Workshop on Next Generation Computing in Embedded and IoT 6 - 7 February 2015 Workshop Convener Dr. Elizabeth Sherly Professor, IIITM-K For Contact Workshop Co-ordinator Rony P John [email protected] ph: 04712527148 T he Internet of Things (IoT) is the next wave, world is going to witness. Today we live in an era of connected devices (mobile phones, computers etc.), the future is of connected things (Eg: home appliances, ve h i c l es , l a m p - p o s ts , p e rs o n a l accessories, your pets, industrial equipments and everything which you use in day-to-day life). Internet of Things is a term given to the attempt of connecting objects to the internet and also to each other - allowing people andobjects themselves to analyze data from various sources in real-time and take necessary actions in an intelligent fashion. IoT, a new term coined for embedded system, the Big technology companies have welcomed IoT and are putting huge investments and R&D efforts in this domain. Cisco’s Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG) predicts that 25 billion devices will be connected by 2015, and 50 billion by 2020, and the market size as predicted by GE is 10-20 trillion USD. An opportunity for you to transform your idea into prototypes and later into products without much hassles using Intel® Galileo board, Arduino, Raspberry Pi. The most amazing gadget to get your hands dirty in Embedded and IoT. Example Applications :Home A u t o m at i o n , S m a r t B u i l d i n g s , Wearable Devices, Smart Grid and Metering, Industrial IoT, Smart Cities Why this Workshop ? What I need to know to attend ? (Prerequisites) The workshop has been designed with the following objectives: Give students the confidence to build their own products General programming and computer knowldge. Basic knowldge in Microprocessor / Microcontroller. Provide thorough working knowledge of the Intel® Galileo board, Raspberry Pi and Arduino Platforms Provide introduction to Internet of Things (IoT) Workshop Coverage For details and online registration, please visit: Overview of Microcontrollers Product Development using Intel® Galileo board, Raspberry Pi and Arduino IoT System Design Exposure to various sub-fields and technology stacks of IoT Enable students to convert their IoT product idea into a working prototype www.iiitmk.ac.in/iotworkshop Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management Technopark, Trivandrum - 695581,Kerala, India Tel: 0471- 2527567, 2700777 www.iiitmk.ac.in/iotworkshop Introduction to Galileo Board, Arduino and Hardware interface Mini Project on Intel Galileo and IoT System Design Bring-up student entrepreneurs and innovators by supporting them with investment and mentorship Mr s Lyl a B Das i s Ass o c i a t e P r o f e s s o r, D e p a r t m e n t o f Electronics Engineering, National Institute of Technology Calicut (NITC), Kerala. Who can attend ? M.Tech/Master's students from Electronics/Computer Science, interested to build the Next-gen products and technologies. Un d e rg rad u a te B a c h e l o rs a n d Engineering/Electronics/Computer Science students or passed out are also welcome Mr. K.G.Krishna Kumar [KGK] is a consultant for Embedded and IoT programmes o f IIITM-K hold s an M.Tech in Com puter Science fr om IIT Kharagpur, with B.E in Electronic s& Communications Engineering. He w as served as Joint D irector in CDAC. Build Real Products & Business We invite applications from students to submit their product ideas (1- month after the workshop). Selected ideas will get mentorship and investment support to take them to the next level. Resource Persons Prof. Alex Pappachen Jame s works on brain inspired c ircuits, algorithms and systems, a nd has a P hD fr o m G r i f fi th S c h oo l o f Engineering, Griffith Unive rsity. He is currently a faculty me mber at Nazarbayev University.
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