Internet of things robotics with nodemcu esp8266 arduino IDE

Arduino internet of things with robotics programming using nodemcu esp8266 | IOT based course | IOT programming



About Course


“If you think that the internet has changed your life, think again. The Internet of Things is about to change it all over again!” – Brendan O’Brien, Chief Architect & Co-Founder, Aria Systems 

 

MieRobot has designed this IOT Robotics project course as an opportunity for you to get introduced into low cost 'Do it yourself ' (DIY) robotics. This is also a great chance to get skilled in IOT with a certificate from Udemy.

 

By the end of the course, you will have created an ESP12E NodeMCU wheeled robot that can be controlled through a free Blynk mobile app and you will also be able to see the live video feed as the robot moves around. We will attach one light detecting sensor to the robot which would tell us if the robot can sense a dark or bright ambience.

 

But more than that, by the end of the course you will have become a better problem solver. You will have experience in analysing problems and designing solutions. You will be able to integrate simple mechanical parts with motors, batteries, sensors and Blynk applications with your mobile.This course will be updated regularly and support would be provided through QA forum.

 

The ideal student is someone who has basic background in C programming along with a strong interest in Internet of things and robotics. This course is suited for students, professionals, hobby makers and DIY makers.

 

I invite you to review the free lectures in of the course to find out more details about it.

 

If you are excited about becoming a Maker with the IOT Robotics, join many other Makers and me in Make an ESP12E IOT Robot!

 

I look forward to meeting with you!

# Last updated 03/02/2019

What you’ll learn

  • Use ESP12E board for IOT

  • Use ESP12E motor shield to drive DC motors

  • Implement a 2-wheel robot structure

  • Design a Blynk mobile app to control our robot without coding

  • Use Light sensor for our robot

  • Use IP camera mobile app with our robot

  • Test our robot to see live video stream and control it as a spy robot

You can see the final outcome of this course in the last section testing where there is a free preview.

 

 

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  • Basic understanding of C programming and electronics like voltage, current, ground etc

  • The hardware components needed to build the course robot (see section 1 for details)

  • Basic tools like a screwdriver, mobile holder, double sided tapes, basic robot chassis etc (see section 1 for details)

  • A computer with 2 GB RAM which can run Arduino IDE

  • The Arduino IDE (free download),Blynk app (free) & IP Cam app (free)

  • Wifi connection

  • Two Mobiles (data plan is optional as we will use a Wifi)

 

Who this course is for:

  • Arduino/Raspberry Pi Makers looking for a challenging but rewarding project in ESP12E

  • Professional willing to tinker with IOT

  • Robotics DIY (do it yourself) makers

  • Makers who want to improve their understanding of IOT through a low cost DIY (do it yourself) robot

 

Who this course is for:
  • Any one willing to learn IOT and robotics
  • Engineering and Science students
  • DIY Makers and tinkers
  • Students
  • Software and digital professionals
  • Product engineers,Software engineerings, software consultants
  • IT professionals




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