Start Time: 12/08/2016 02:00 PM, End Time: 12/08/2016 02:45 PM, Location: IoT Salon

Session Level: Intermediate

Target Audience:
This session is for anyone interested in using low-cost hardware and public cloud infrastructure to build IoT devices

Session Summary:

It seems that IoT is everywhere these days. Depending on who you ask, it serves a different purpose. This session will cover a low-cost, build-your-own platform using the Expressif ESP8266 microcontroller to instrument, monitor and gather data on your surrounding environment. You will be introduced to the ESP8266’s capabilities, the Arduino based IDE that can be used to easily program it, and examples of how to monitor the surrounding temperature, humidity, light and similar metrics. You will also be shown how easy it is to stream these metrics to a variety of cloud IoT infrastructures such as Amazon Web Services and Azure or your own private data warehouse.

Presenter: Mahesh Neelakanta - FAU (Director of Information Technology)
About Mahesh Neelakanta:
Mahesh is the Director of Information Technology for the College of Engineering and Computer Science at Florida Atlantic University. His areas of interest include Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, High Performance Computing, Robotics and Embedded Systems. Prior to FAU, Mahesh swam the waters of i...  Read More

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