Prototype your first internet of things (IoT) project. (Part 2 of a 2-part Workshop)
Learn the principles of sketching in hardware and how it can be applied to quickly prototype connected products like phone accessories, smart home devices, in-car experiences, or medical devices without prior software programming knowledge.
This workshop covers a basic understanding of how microcontrollers interact with electronic components like sensors and actuators, a way to create interactions with hardware components following a simple 'if-this-then-that' logic and a way to create custom UI prototypes that work together with hardware to create a functional system.
Registration is only required for the first workshop. You will automatically be registered for the second workshop.
This online workshop is offered as part of a program focused on developing new solutions addressing the challenges of Urban Mobility and Smart CIties and funded by EIT Urban Mobility. More information on EIT Urban Mobility at: https://www.eiturbanmobility.eu/
4 hours incl. break (one-day workshop)
English language skills.
Understanding of and interest in exploring prototyping with electronics and mobile apps.
Closed shoes must be worn at all times. Members will be denied entry to MakerSpace in case of non-compliance.
This workshop can only be booked with an EIT Urban Mobility workshop coupon.