Hackathon IoT with Intel Galileo


The Workshop will deal with the Internet of Things, providing skills and knowledge about the topic and the opportunity to program real boards in order to develop an IoT project. One of the objectives of the Workshop will be to motivate participants to start a real project dealing with IoT. But more importantly, IoT is a great opportunity to develop creativity and project management skills far beyond software development. The Workshop will include some presentations on IoT and on the boards, a brainstorming session, where participants will discuss and will invent the IoT application to be developed and a hands on session (the full afternoon) dedicated to the implementation of the project.

Course Objective
1. Awareness about Internet of Things (IoT)
2. Introducing Intel Galileo device with respective to IoT
3. Setup Intel Galileo with sensors and Arduino
4. Programming hands on experience Intel Galileo
5. Collaborative work among the students
1. Knowledge of Internet of Things (IoT)
2. Technical Information of Intel Galileo
3. Hands-on experience
4. Developed real time IoT applications
5. Long term collaboration with students

The hackathon workshop is targeted to undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers and professional developers, interested in the IoT topic.

The followings are the pre-requisites of the training course:
1. Good knowledge of the programming
2. Interest in Embedded systems and IoT
3. Applied knowledge in modern programming languages like (C/C++/C#/Java…)

Professor Dr. Rosni Abdullah
National Advance IPv6 Centre (NAv6),
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Tel: 04-6532169, Fax: 604-6573335
Email: rosni@cs.usm.my


Muhammad Imran Sarwar
Ph.D Fellow,
National Advance IPv6 Centre (NAv6),
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Tel: +60 12 424 0718
Email: imran@nav6.usm.my

Hadri Hilmi
Research Officer,
School of Computer Sciences,
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Tel: +60 11 1640 0194
Email: hadri.hilmi@gmail.com

Hackathon: IoT with Intel Galileo Workshop
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