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Introduction to Internet of Things(IoT) using Raspberry Pi 2

Learn how to use Raspberry Pi without Monitor, Keyboard and Mouse. Deploy program remotely and control using PC.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 1h 3m
Language: English
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This course is a follow on course to our immensely popular #1 Raspberry Pi course on Udemy – “Introduction to Raspberry Pi”.

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This is an introductory course on IoT. However, this is not an introductory course on Raspberry Pi. This course is ideal for those who are interested in exploring the possibilities of Internet of Things using Raspberry Pi. The course assumes basic knowledge of computer hardware and software. However, knowledge of Operating system Installation and networking will help you in getting up to speed.
The GPIO pins on Raspberry Pi are a great way to interface with physical devices like resistors and sensors. The implementation of IOT within the device will change the operating possibilities. If you are a technology enthusiast and want to learn the cutting edge technology then this is the right course for you.
You will learn how to access the complete Graphical User Interface of your Raspberry Pi in your Windows computer. You don’t need to buy a Monitor, Keyboard or Mouse separately for this mini kit. By which you can possibly save $100 or more by substituting your personal laptop instead of buying separate peripheral devices. The idea is to reduce costs and use existing devices to interact with the mini kit.
You will also learn how to eliminate the use of flash drive and transfer the files wirelessly between Raspberry Pi and Windows computer and vice-versa.
Finally, you will learn how to deploy the program remotely and access the GPIO pins. You will execute the program from your Windows computer and the output can be seen afar with peripheral devices connected to Raspberry Pi 2.
The course provides the complete source code of the real time project.
The entire course can be completed over a fortnight, including the hardware assembly and coding in Python.
By the end of this course, you will have a firm foundation on Internet of Things using Raspberry Pi 2. You can easily climb the stairs of IOT advance projects.
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You will learn

✓ share Wi-Fi used on Windows to Raspberry Pi via LAN cable.
✓ Save $100 or more by substituting your monitor, keyboard or mouse with your laptop.
✓ Remotely access Raspberry Pi Linux terminal in Windows.
✓ Transfer files between Windows computer and Raspberry Pi without flash drive.
✓ Access the Raspberry Pi Graphical User Interface in a Windows computer.
✓ Deploy program remotely and control using your personal computer.


• Pre-Installed Raspbian operating system in any version of Raspberry Pi.

This course is for

• This is a beginner course on Raspberry Pi 2 meant for those who want to explore the possibilities of Internet of Things using the mini kit.
    Venkatesh Varadachari is the founder of MAKERDEMY, a pioneer maker education company head-quartered in Singapore.
    Venkatesh believes that knowledge should be made available to people in all walks of life. Venkatesh also believes in the power of education to transform lives. 
    Venkatesh has an MBA from the prestigious Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. 
    He also has a degree in Electrical Engineering from Madras University and a Masters in Financial Engineering from National University of Singapore. 
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 1h 3m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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