IoT-WSN Center has programs in the pipeline to organize training sessions for the students and faculties on the following areas:
- Training on different processor based SBCs, such as ATMega based Arduino UNO R3, Quad Core Broadcom based Raspberry-Pi, Intel Galileo and Edison Boards.
- Setting up of WSNs with Programmable Coordinator & Gateway:
- Zig Bee Coordinator & Gateway WSN Nodes
- The coordinators designed around advance processors, such as Arduino UNO R3, Intel Galileo Gen 2, Intel Edision, Waspmote, Beaglebone, Raspberry Pi, etc. and must act as gateway with other wireless connectivity.
- Zigbee 2.4 GHz/ 865 MHz with external antenna
- Setting up of WSNs withProgrammable Intelligent End Devices
- Battery driven end devices for filed applications with with USB interface for field programmability.
- RF connectivity with the help of Zigbee 2.4 Ghz/ 865 Mhz with external antenna
- Supporting varieties of Network Topologies with different RF data rates
- With on-board relay, display and sensor.
- Setting up of WSNs withSimple End Device with USB Interface
- ATmega processor based ArduinoUNO R3 SBCs with varieties of wireless connectivity.
- With Zigbee/ 2.4 GHz RF Module with external antenna for wireless connectivity.
- Varieties of Sensors
- Accelerometer, Light Sensor, Sound Sensor, Humidity Sensor, Vibration Sensor, Displacement Censor, GPS Sensor, PH Sensor, Soil Moisture, Smoke Sensor, Motion Sensor, Temperature Sensor, Current Sensor, ColourSensor, IR Sensor, Barometric Sensor,Magnetometer, Acoustic Sensor, etc.
Shortly IoT-WSN Center is going announce commencement of a short term training program with a broad outline for the program as follows:
- Embedded Programming involving Toggling LEDs, transmission of a string through UART, Blinking LEDs through UART, configuring Digital and Analog IO, Toggling LED controlled by Timer, Temperature, humidity, etc. measurement through ADC, etc.
- Experimenting with RF Communication: Point to point communication of two Arduino UNO R3 Boards over the radio frequency
- Experimenting with Arduino based WSN Applicatoions: different network topology using Coordinator and end network devices
- Setting up Single Hop WSN and Multi Hop(Hierarchical) WSN
- The hierarchical WSN will be configured into three layers, comprising of:
- Sink or Gateway Node
- Cluster or Coordinator or Router Nodes and
- Leaf or End Nodes
Each leaf node will be experimented by interfacing varieties of sensors, like Accelerometer Sensor, Magnetometer Sensor, Light Sensor, Acoustic Sensor, Sound Sensor, Humidity Sensor, Vibration Sensor, Displacement Censor, GPS Sensor, PH Sensor, Soil Moisture, Smoke Sensor, Motion Sensor, Temperature Sensor, Current Sensor, ColourSensor, IR Sensor, Barometric Sensor, Luxometric Sensors, etc.
Simple configuration of an experimental Hierarchical WSN is shows below:
- Experimenting withpeer to peer network topology using Coordinator and end device network devices
- Experimenting withpeer to peer communication between Coordinator and end device through a Router
- Experimenting with Star Network Topology i.e., Many to one Communication
- Experimenting withTree Network Topology
- Experimenting withCluster Tree Network
- Experimenting withIoT applications