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"Everybody in this
country planet should learn to program a computer robot, because it teaches you how to think"- Steve Jobs -
IoT The Internet of Things (IoT), robotics, smart automation and embedded systems are major aspects of the future economy. In this course, we familiarize you with the basics of electronics and C programming!
What will you do? Use Arduino and Raspberry Pi to build cool gadgets, robotics and smart home applications. The course also gives you hands-on experience with the basics of electronic components like bread boards, buttons, buzzers, batteries, LEDs, capacitors, sensors, resistors, motors and more. If you've always wondered how different machines or robots perform tasks on their own and work together, then this is the course for you.
What will you learn? The topics in electronics cover a wide array of things involving circuit behavior, atomic structure, energy, power, device structure, failure analysis and much more. But the process of learning about electronics is far from being completely theoretical.
Why should you learn? Electronics doesn't typically involve studying about theorems and mathematical calculations, and instead, takes learners on a journey of exploration, creativity and development with hands-on projects. These projects can be as simple as working with a series of blinking Light-emitting diodes (led) to more complex projects such as a remotely controlled robotic car.
"Four Modules of Electronics"
C & C++
The C group of languages are to this day among the most popular and useful languages in the field of computer programming. C & C++ are imperative and allow object-oriented programming which is used extensively in the development of electronic devices. more
an open-source platform used for building electronic projects. The key term here is "open-source", meaning that anyone is able to modify and experiment with software. It is for this reason that it serves as an ideal gateway into understanding electronic engineering. more
It's the smallest computer in the world, being just about the size of a credit card. It can fit into your pocket, and be connected to a TV and keyboard to create fantastic projects. Python is typically used to code Raspberry Pi making it's usage really easy and accessible. more
Some examples of commonly used electronic components, are sensors, push buttons, display boards, LEDs, and DC motors. These components are usually programmed in C, to work together in an electronic circuit, and can be very useful for introducing students to electronics. more