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Programming for the Internet of Things Project

University of California, Irvine via Coursera

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In this Capstone course, you will design a microcontroller-based embedded system. As an option, you can also build and test a system. The focus of your project will be to design the system so that it can be built on a low-cost budget for a real-world application. To complete this project you'll need to use all the skills you've learned in the course (programming microcontrollers, system design, interfacing, etc.). The project will include some core requirements, but leave room for your creativity in how you approach the project. In the end, you will produce a unique final project, suitable for showcasing to future potential employers.

Note that for the three required assignments you do NOT need to purchase software and hardware to complete this course. There is an optional fourth assignment for students who wish to build and demonstrate their system using an Arduino or Raspberry Pi. Please also note that this course does not include discussion forums.

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
1. Write a requirements specification document
2. Create a system-level design
3. Explore design options
4. Create a test plan

Taught by

Ian Harris
Cost Paid Course
Pace Upcoming
Provider Coursera
Language English
Certificates Paid Certificate Available
Calendar 4 weeks long
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4.0 2 months ago
Ellie Ireland completed this course, spending 2 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.
This course completes the series of the introduction to the IoT on coursera, which is a great series for beginners. In this course, you glue together what you've learned with an idea for a device that you plan out. I gave this course 4 stars because even though I didn't learn as much as I did in any one of the previous five courses, I learned some of the details of IoT product development. I rank this course at medium difficulty because you do need to have an idea for a project that is not too hard and not too easy, so the difficulty really depends on what type of project you choose. Lastly, I said that this course is for the intermediate because you need to know a little bit about what the Internet of Things is and how to design circuits with code. It is not required to complete the project you choose because you may have financial restraints, but I would recommend that you choose one you can complete so that you can have the satisfaction and experience.
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