Republic of IoT - Hackathon Hardware Kits Hands-on Labs

IoT Software Engineer à PT DycodeX Teknologi Nusantara
30 Aug 2017

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Republic of IoT - Hackathon Hardware Kits Hands-on Labs

  1. RIoT Hardware Kits hands-on Labs
  2. $ whoami Alwin Arrasyid Software Engineer, DycodeX
  3. Internet of Things
  4. Internet of Things • Bring people from different background of expertise together. • Ranges from measuring physical things all the way to making the end application.
  5. Development Boards
  6. RIoT Development Boards
  7. ESPectro32
  8. ESPectro32 - Top View
  9. ESPectro32 - Bottom View
  10. ESPectro32 - Breakout Pin
  11. ESP32
  12. CPU: Tensilica Xtensa 32-bit dual core, up to 240 MHz, 600 DMIPS. Operating voltage: 3.3V Memory: 448 KB ROM, 520 KB SRAM 16 KB SRAM in RTC, 1 Kbit of eFuse. External Flash: 512 KB to (4 x 16) MiB WiFi (802.11): b/g/n/e/i Bluetooth: v4.2 BR/EDR & BLE Peripherals: GPIOs, PWM, ADC, DAC, I2S, UART, SPI, I2C, CAN, RMII, Cap Touch
  13. ESP-IDF ESPectro32 - Development Platforms
  14. ESPectro32 - Development Tools / IDE
  15. ESPectro32 - Our Focus
  16. Let's Code!
  17. Create a directory to hold all your ESP32 projects. Then, create a directory for your project named "hello_world" inside the previously created directory. Then, open that directory on Visual Studio Code.
  18. Open PlatformIO terminal on VS Code. Then, run this command: $ pio init -b esp32dev
  19. src/ lib/ |- readme.txt .piolibdeps .pioenvs platformio.ini .gitignore
  20. Alora Board
  21. Atilze LoRa Shield