Minor Sensor and Network Devices

COORDINATOR

SEMESTER

Autumn 2020

FORMAT/LOCATION

Classroom, Campus SophiaTech, Sophia Antipolis

Prerequisites

Basics in programming language

Lecturers
Summary

The evolution of sensor technology and communication protocols has made it possible to realize connected objects whose application domains are in full expansion.                                                    
To understand the world of connected objects today and in the future and the large spectrum of industrial applications, this teaching unit aims to provide theoretical and practical bases for the development of connected objects. The hardware and software architectures that allow collecting and processing of data will be presented.

This course will be divided into two parts:

  • In a first step, the operating specificities of some sensors, their networking and different communication protocols will be studied.
  • A second part is dedicated to the programming of some sensors and their communications. Practical work will be done on basic examples and then a concrete application defined by the student who would fits in a context of "smart home", "smart city", "ehealth" will be developed.

From a practical point of view, this teaching relies on different types of sensors, different types of sensors and platforms compatibles arduino and rapsberry pi.Capacity

Capacity
  • 20 students
Schedule

Date

Time slot

Room Course title

15 Oct

9:00 - 12:00

E-118, Templiers 2, SophiaTech

Introduction/ Arduino Environment
05 Nov 9:00 - 12:00 E-118, Templiers 2, SophiaTech Concept of sensors and first tests
12 Nov 9:00 - 12:00 E-118, Templiers 2, SophiaTech Linkitone/Rasberry Pi ​
19 Nov 9:00 - 12:00 E-118, Templiers 2, SophiaTech GPS
26 Nov 9:00 - 12:00 E-118, Templiers 2, SophiaTech Bluetooth Network
03 Dec 9:00 - 12:00 E-118, Templiers 2, SophiaTech Mini-project
10 Dec 9:00 - 12:00 E-118, Templiers 2, SophiaTech Mini-project
17 Dec 9:00 - 12:00 E-118, Templiers 2, SophiaTech Oral presentations
Evaluation
  • Implication throughout the course (30% of the final grade)​
  • Oral presentation (70% of the final grade)