February 22, 2017 AT 2:48 pm
Want to make something cool and challenge yourself? Apply now for the inaugural MIT Internet of Things Bootcamp!
MIT is hosting a IoT bootcamp this summer –
check out more and apply here!
By the end of the MIT Internet of Things Bootcamp, you will learn how to:
Choose appropriate sensors and collect data
Use microcontrollers to transfer data from sensors to the Internet
Apply web tools to remotely analyze the data
Send processed information back to a device
Control electronic systems over the Internet
Apply the information to solve big problems
See what new IoT technologies MIT is developing
Understand how to make money from IoT
Predict key trends in emerging IoT industries
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