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IOT BOOTCAMP

February 20, 21 & 27, 2016
ASpace_Palet Express, Chino Roces Ave., 
Makati City 

JOIN THE 2017 BOOTCAMP

IOT BOOTCAMP CURRICULUM

DAY 1 
Microcontroller Basics

DAY 2
Microsoft Platform

DAY 3
Microcontroller Instrumentation

I. Introduction
              A. What is a microcontroller?
              B. The Gizduino Microcontroller
II. Interfacing Fundamentals
              A. The Fundamentals of Electronics
              B. Programming Basics
              C. Control Structures
III. Going Digital
              A. Digital Systems
              B. Digital Output/Input
IV. Data Handling
              A. Introduction to Serial Communications
              B. Serial Output/Input
              C. Debugging with Serial

I. Microsoft Azure services (Events Hubs, Stream Analytics, Azure SQL...)

II. Visualize and analyze data using Power B


III.  Project Oxford : Adding smart to your IOT


IV. Windows on Devices (Arduino, Raspberry Pi...)

I. Going Analog
              A. Analog Output
              B. Hands-on Electromechanical Systems
II. Microcontroller meets World
              A. Analog Input
              B. Introduction to Sensors
              C. Hands-on Sensing
III. Ethernet Interfacing
IV. Integration with Microsoft Azure
V.  Project Demo

MEET THE TRAINORS 

Mark Laurence Pena
Supervising Science Research Specialist
SENSLOPE
Javier Angelo Samson Javie
Technical Evangelist 
Microsoft Philippines

Roland Jay Miguel
Founder 
Thinklab Training & Consulting

Christopher Misola 
Technical Evangelist 
Microsoft Philippines

Gabriel Philippe Abiera 
Systems Engineer
Cascadeo Corporation

HACKATHON JUDGES

Joselito Limjap 
Vice-President & Head 
PLDT MBR
Teodor Drobcsak  
Head of Manila Tech Center
NOKIA 
Monchito Ibraham
Deputy Executive Director
DOST-ICTO 
Paul Pajo
Technical Evangelist
Smart DevNet 
Karlo Samson
Editorial Consultant
CultMnl
Anderson Tan
Founder
Millinillion Ltd.
Mark Vernon
Founder
TagCash
Engr. Roma Mercado
Technical Consultant
eGizmo Mechatronix 

IOT HACKATHON
WINNING PROJECTS

  1. TEAM NAME : FIBITS
    TEAM NAME : FIBITS
    1
    PROJECT NAME : KONTADOR Project Kontador utilizes the use of Internet to monitor the power consumption of each user within the house. It comes with an interactive android application to interact with the system. This application offers total control within each socket by setting modes of operations, based on the user’s preference, the socket will operate – this includes the time of operation and if either the socket will start in an on or off state. Each user has an ID for the system to identify who uses the sockets, and to whom the consumption data will be logged. The system is secured with access restriction which requires users to login into it to be able to access different sockets. Users can access these by providing the access key assigned to them. Through this, users in return won’t have to worry about his/her privacy.
  2. TEAM NAME : BIOTICS
    TEAM NAME : BIOTICS
    0
    PROJECT NAME : BANTAY VER. 1.0 Project BANTAY is a simple home/office security system built on motion sensor device that can be manually activated. When triggered, options are 1. Emit an audible and/or visual alarm, 2. Take picture of the area where the event was triggered, and 3. Send SMS/MMS alert to a preconfigured smart phone and/or email the captured picture with tag to a dedicated email account. This system is also equipped with an NFC/RFID Door lock which is accessed by a tagged NFC key/card. All event details are logged on a webpage.
  3. TEAM NAME : PENTAGON
    TEAM NAME : PENTAGON
    2
    PROJECT NAME : LEAVE AND FEED The device operates by the use of Gizduino IoT 644 board. The microcontroller serves as the central processing unit of the device which accepts an incoming data fetch by the sensors such as light sensor, proximity sensor and load sensor. Data fetched from the sensors are being sent to a web server. Web server serves as a middle man between the IoT and human. Android app was developed to read or get the data thrown by the IoT and serves as a user interface that displays the data fetched from the web server. It is also capable of accepting commands from the user that will be sent to the web server and throw it to the IoT board. Commands that was received by the IoT will be used to control the output process which includes controlling a servo motor that regulates the flow of pet food that is being released from the container. After the food was released, the IoT will simultaneously play an mp3 file that will serve as a calling signal for the dog.

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