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Raspberry Pi 4 Computer Model B 2gb


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About this curriculumLearn the basics of the Internet of Things with this free 12-week, 24-lesson curriculum from the Microsoft Cloud Advocates. Build prototypes of real-world IoT projects as you learn all about IoT whilst following the journey of food from farm to table. Azure Cloud Advocates at Microsoft are pleased to offer a 12-week, 24-lesson curriculum all about IoT basics. Each lesson includes pre- and post-lesson quizzes, written instructions to complete the lesson, a solution, an assignment and more. Our project-based pedagogy allows you to learn while building, a proven way for new skills to 'stick'.Syllabus Objectives and Expected Outcomes There are 24 project-based lessons and that includes frequent quizzes. Students not only can learn the basic principles of IoT to build their first 'Hello World' IoT project, but they will also go through all projects covering the journey of food from farm to table, including farming, logistics, manufacturing, retail, and consumer - all popular industry areas for IoT devices.By the end of this series, students will build the following projects use in real-world:
  • A plant monitoring and watering system
  • A vehicle tracker
  • A smart factory setup to track and check food
  • A voice-controlled cooking timer 
Students will also learn the basics of the Internet of Things including 
  • How to write device code
  • How to connect to the cloud
  • How to analyze telemetry and run AI on the edge.
This kit is built with Raspberry Pi. You can also choose the kit with Wio Terminal ($36.90, Arduino Compatible). Each platform has its own upsides and downsides, and these are all covered in one of the initial lessons. Review that lesson to decide which hardware platform you are most interested in learning.Wio Terminal is an ATSAMD51-based microcontroller with wireless connectivity supported by Realtek RTL8720DN. Instead of being a single embedded functional module attached with a LCD and different modules, Wio Terminal is all-in-one equipped with Screen + Development Board + Input/Output Interface + Nice Enclosure, making it an efficient and Ready to use device. 24 hand-on lessons across 6 real-world projectsPlease visit GitHub Repository and have the full view of the course. Every lesson contributes to one of 6 real-world projects. Each project is based on real-world hardware available to students and hobbyists. Each project looks into the specific project domain, providing relevant background knowledge in addition to getting hands on developing the solution.This allows students to think about their IoT solutions and learnings in the context of the kind of real-world problem that they might be asked to solve as an IoT developer. Students learn the 'why' of the solutions they are building and get an appreciation of the end-user.Start Learning TodayThere are 24 Lessons in this curriculum 

 

Project Name

Concepts Taught

Learning Objectives

Linked Lesson

01

Getting started

Introduction to IoT

Learn the basic principles of IoT and the basic building blocks of IoT solutions such as sensors and cloud services whilst you are setting up your first IoT device

Introduction to IoT

02

Getting started

A deeper dive into IoT

Learn more about the components of an IoT system, as well as microcontrollers and single-board computers

A deeper dive into IoT

03

Getting started

Interact with the physical world with sensors and actuators

Learn about sensors to gather data from the physical world, and actuators to send feedback, whilst you build a nightlight

Interact with the physical world with sensors and actuators

04

Getting started

Connect your device to the Internet

Learn about how to connect an IoT device to the Internet to send and receive messages by connecting your nightlight to an MQTT broker

Connect your device to the Internet

05

Farm

Predict plant growth

Learn how to predict plant growth using temperature data captured by an IoT device

Predict plant growth

06

Farm

Detect soil moisture

Learn how to detect soil moisture and calibrate a soil moisture sensor

Detect soil moisture

07

Farm

Automated plant watering

Learn how to automate and time watering using a relay and MQTT

Automated plant watering

08

Farm

Migrate your plant to the cloud

Learn about the cloud and cloud-hosted IoT services and how to connect your plant to one of these instead of a public MQTT broker

Migrate your plant to the cloud

09

Farm

Migrate your application logic to the cloud

Learn about how you can write application logic in the cloud that responds to IoT messages

Migrate your application logic to the cloud

10

Farm

Keep your plant secure

Learn about security with IoT and how to keep your plant secure with keys and certificates

Keep your plant secure

11

Transport

Location tracking

Learn about GPS location tracking for IoT devices

Location tracking

12

Transport

Store location data

Learn how to store IoT data to be visualized or analysed later

Store location data

13

Transport

Visualize location data

Learn about visualizing location data on a map, and how maps represent the real 3d world in 2 dimensions

Visualize location data

14

Transport

Geofences

Learn about geofences, and how they can be used to alert when vehicles in the supply chain are close to their destination

Geofences

15

Manufacturing

Train a fruit quality detector

Learn about training an image classifier in the cloud to detect fruit quality

Train a fruit quality detector

16

Manufacturing

Check fruit quality from an IoT device

Learn about using your fruit quality detector from an IoT device

Check fruit quality from an IoT device

17

Manufacturing

Run your fruit detector on the edge

Learn about running your fruit detector on an IoT device on the edge

Run your fruit detector on the edge

18

Manufacturing

Trigger fruit quality detection from a sensor

Learn about triggering fruit quality detection from a sensor

Trigger fruit quality detection from a sensor

19

Retail

Train a stock detector

Learn how to use object detection to train a stock detector to count stock in a shop

Train a stock detector

20

Retail

Check stock from an IoT device

Learn how to check stock from an IoT device using an object detection model

Check stock from an IoT device

21

Consumer

Recognize speech with an IoT device

Learn how to recognize speech from an IoT device to build a smart timer

Recognize speech with an IoT device

22

Consumer

Understand language

Learn how to understand sentences spoken to an IoT device

Understand language

23

Consumer

Set a timer and provide spoken feedback

Learn how to set a timer on an IoT device and give spoken feedback on when the timer is set and when it finishes

Set a timer and provide spoken feedback

24

Consumer

Support multiple languages

Learn how to support multiple languages, both being spoken to and the responses from your smart timer

Support multiple languages

 Each lesson includes:
  • optional sketchnote
  • optional supplemental video
  • pre-lesson warmup quiz
  • written lesson
  • for project-based lessons, step-by-step guides on how to build the project
  • knowledge checks
  • a challenge
  • supplemental reading
  • assignment
  • post-lesson quiz
Teaching and Learning Tips For Teachers, we have included some suggestions on how to use this curriculum. If you would like to create your own lessons, we have also included a lesson template.For Students, to use this curriculum on their own, fork the entire repoand complete the exercises on your own, starting with a pre-lecture quiz, then reading the lecture and completing the rest of the activities. Please create the projects by comprehending the lessons rather than copying the solution code; however, that code is available in the /solutions folders in each project-oriented lesson. We also suggest you form a study group with friends and go through the content together. For further study, we recommend Microsoft Learn.
Raspberry Pi 4 Computer Model B 2gb
  • Frequency - 1.5 GHz
  • Processor Type - BCM2711
  • Brand - Seeed Studio
  • Interface Type - Ethernet, HDMI, MIPI, USB
  • Core - ARM Cortex A72
  • Installed RAM - 2 GB
  • Manufacturer - Seeed Studio
  • Maximum Operating Temperature - + 50 C
  • Minimum Operating Temperature - 0 C
  • Number of Cores - 4 Core
  • Operating Supply Voltage - 5 V
  • Processor Brand - Broadcom
  • Processor Series - BCM2711
  • Product Type - Single Board Computers
  • Standard Pack Qty - 1
  • Subcategory - Computing
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