Workshop Date: January 9, 2016
Venue: Indian Affair, The Chancery Pavilion Hotel, Bangalore
About the workshop
IoE (Internet of Everything) has the potential to solve many important problems that could touch a significant percentage of the population. However, building such solutions is challenging since that requires knowledge in a number of engineering disciplines such as digital electronics, wireless networking, embedded systems, data acquisition and data analytics.
To alleviate this learning experience, we are organizing a one-day hands-on workshop for graduate or undergraduate students to work on real applications that will provide them a framework necessary to envision and build IoE systems. The focus will be on enabling students to develop a broad understanding of the aforementioned IoE technologies and their interactions rather than narrowly focusing on any one particular aspect.
This course is based on two main platforms –
Nebula - a low-cost plug-and-play wireless hardware platform for sensors and actuators (developed by RadioStudio). This platform is developed from scratch in India with a particular focus on IoT applications and offers rich features such as hardware UID, RTC, WiFi, power isolation, etc.
DataGlen - a highly scalable and reliable data collection and analytics platform (developed by DataGlen Inc.). Since this platform was developed with an emphasis on timeseries data, it serves as a convenient tool for uploading and processing massive amounts of IoT data and configuration and actuation of IoT devices.
Note: The workshop would be FREE of cost for the selected students. There would be NO travel grant available for attending this workshop. The attending students would receive a certificate, a Nebula board and one million data transactions free for an year on DataGlen platform after successfully completing the workshop.
Who Can Apply
The IoE Handson workshop is open to ME/MTech/MS students or students in their third or final year of BE/BS/B.Tech programs in CS/ IT/ EN/ EE/ ENTC or any relevant stream. Registrations for the workshop are now open.
Click here to go to the application page.
Application Submission: December 7, 2015
Decision Notification: December 15, 2015