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IEEE Internet of Things Weather Station

The Northern Virginia Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) conducts Hands-On Technical Workshops to build an Internet of Things Weather Station. The course is held as a one-day session and the attendees get to keep the weather station including the solderless breadboard, WiFi-enabled microcontroller unit, power supply, and sensors.

In each course the attendees:

  • Learn what is meant by “The Internet of Things”.
  • Experience breadboard prototyping techniques – no soldering needed.
  • Program the ESP8266 System on Chip (SoC) using Arduino sketches.
  • Interface environmental sensors using the I2C bus.
  • Create an account on and upload data to a free IoT service.
  • View their data graphs on a standard web browser.

Each course used different hardware and software. Click on the date below to get the appropriate course materials.

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IEEE IoT June 2016

All course materials for the IEEE Northern Virginia Section Internet of Things Hand On Weather Station Course June 4, 2016, are available on this page. COURSE MATERIALS ARE UP TO DATE AS OF 6/9/2016. Arduino Sketches All course Arduino sketches are in one zip archive. After download, extract the files. Copy the extracted folders to …

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IEEE IoT October 2016

The IEEE Northern Virginia Section Hands-On Technical Workshop Series Presents: Build an Internet of Things Weather Station By the end of this course you will:         Learn what is meant by “The Internet of Things”.         Experience breadboard prototyping techniques – no soldering needed.         Program the ESP8266 System on Chip (SoC) using Arduino sketches.         …

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