June 15, 2019
June 15, 2019
October 19, 2019
Internet of Things (IoT) Laboratory
Abstract Internet of Things technology is the preferred choice of modern engineers in the industry. Bringing this technology in the undergraduate education has become a coveted and imperative objective of engineering educators. The paper presents the results of a project to develop laboratory exercises using Internet of Thing (IoT) in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology major. This project, uses an ESP8266 NodeMCU v1.0 board for connection to the Internet. It employs Arduino programming for the design of several laboratory exercises. These labs include: Introduction to the IoT technology, Basics of the development board ESP8266 NodeMCU V1.0, Data Grab, Phone controlled LED, OLED Clock, ESP8266 Wi-Fi Soft Access Point, Voting Machine, Plane Spotter, Temperature Monitor, Object tracking, Traffic Monitor and Weather Station.
Agrawal, J. P., & Farook, O., & Anderson, Z. J., & Walker, D. G. (2019, June), Internet of Things (IoT) Laboratory Paper presented at 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition , Tampa, Florida. 10.18260/1-2--33008
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