IoT is a label or grouping applied to products or devices that have access to the internet.You probably have one in your hands right now!
We will start by going over what IoT is and how it is changing the world. Wes, our teacher this month, will then live code a "Hello World!" app for IoT. After developing a basic understanding of IoT, the evening will be opened up for a discussion around it.
All this really means is everything is more connected.
Industry Examples Wind mill that knows and can send power data Gas pumps that send realtime consumption data Pumps that have flow meters and can be turned off remotely Power plants that can adjust output based on consumption data
Transportation, Logistics, Asset and Pipeline management
Everything is being connected and can be managed from anywhere in the world. Greater energy efficiencies.
With more devices connected to internet there are more devices that are available to hackers.
Moving on to the next area… We will now talk about what you need to build your own IoT device. This includes some of the developer boards and services. Living coding session.
Particle Electron Raspberry Pi Onion Omega Redbear Duo Arduino Tian
All of the services. They each offer a slightly different ways of handling the problem. They come with their own security model. Everyone is getting into the game.
If you were at Holland’s talk last month, some of these things will already be familiar.
Introduction To IoT
Introduction to IOT
A brief introduction to the internet of things
What will we talk about?
• What is IOT?
• Tools of the trade.
• Live coding.
• Final thoughts.
What is IoT?
The Internet of Things refers to the ever-growing
network of physical objects that feature an IP address
for internet connectivity, and the communication that
occurs between these objects and other Internet-
enabled devices and systems.
For the rest of us…
Things that are connected to the Internet,