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The Internet of Things (IoT), also called Internet of Everything is the network of physical objects or “things” embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and connectivity to enable objects to exchange data with the production, operator and/or other connected devices based on the infrastructure of International Telecommunication Union’s Global Standards Initiative. The Internet of Things (IoT) is about devices and services delivering end-to-end solutions. Although the IoT market is made up of many vertical segments, most applications that can make use of Internet connected devices have a common foundation. For example – smart cities, basic wearable’s and smart home devices require basic OS functionality like drivers, device security and provisioning support.


  • Introduction to the Internet of Things
  • Introduction to Cloud Computing, ethical hacking, web hacking, system hacking
  • The Arduino Platform
  • Arduino Basics
  • Arduino Board Layout & Architecture
  • Arduino Programming & Interface of Sensors
  • Interfacing sensors with Arduino
  • Programming in Arduino
  • Reading from Sensors
  • Connecting Arduino with Mobile Device
  • Talking to your Android Phone with Arduino
  • Using the Bluetooth Module
  • The Android Mobile OS
  • Cloud Computing
  • Communicating with the Cloud using Web Services
  • Cloud Computing & IoT
  • Popular Cloud Computing Services for Sensor Management
  • Introduction to Interrupts
  • Application of Interrupts
  • Registers of Interrupts Different Modes
  • Explaining ARDUINO Serial communication


  • Arduino Uno R3 Board- 1 Pc
  • USB Cable- 1 pc
  • Connecting Wire (male to female)- 10 pc
  • ESP8266-01 - 1 Pc
  • LED module- 1 Pc
  • Tactile Switch module -1 Pc
  • Buzzer Module- 1 pc
  • LDR Module
  • Motor x1


  • Simple LED Program for Arduino
  • Integrating Sensors & Reading Environmental Physical Values
  • Home Automation using Android Smartphone
  • Reading Environmental Values on Android Smartphone
  • Tweet Sensor Reading through your phone on Twitter
  • Sending Arduino Data to your Cloud Application.
  • Use Arduino to upload free data from Environmental Sensors