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Programming for the Internet of Things Project (Coursera)

Programming for the Internet of Things Project (Coursera)

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Provider
School
Language
Level
Coursera
University of California Irvine
English
Intermediate

By enrolling in this online course you will spend approx. 6 hours to learn key concept of Internet of Things.

Course Overview

In this Capstone course, you will design a microcontroller-based embedded system. As an option, you can also build and test a system. The focus of your project will be to design the system so that it can be built on a low-cost budget for a real-world application.

To complete this project you’ll need to use all the skills you’ve learned in the course (programming microcontrollers, system design, interfacing, etc.). The project will include some core requirements, but leave room for your creativity in how you approach the project. In the end, you will produce a unique final project, suitable for showcasing to future potential employers.

Note that for the three required assignments you do NOT need to purchase software and hardware to complete this course. There is an optional fourth assignment for students who wish to build and demonstrate their system using an Arduino or Raspberry Pi. Please also note that this course does not include discussion forums.

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Write a requirements specification document
  2. Create a system-level design
  3. Explore design options 4. Create a test plan

Course Syllabus

Get Started

This section will answer questions you might have about the project assignment, the grading rubric, and what you can expect in the upcoming weeks together.

Capstone Design, Part 1

This module will assist you in selecting an idea for your Capstone project. There are many variables to consider in this decision so it’s important to know the parameters and how they impact your choice. Your decision will then drive the content of the very first step in your Capstone project — preparing a requirements specification.

Capstone Design, Part 2

With the requirements specification out of the way, it’s time to turn your attention to the system-level design of your project. This module will walk you through the constraints your project will need to satisfy. You’ll also be informed about how to consider alternatives to your design.

Capstone Design, Part 3

Naturally testing is a key component of any technical design. This module will walk you through the important aspects of a test plan for your design.

Capstone Design, Part 4 (OPTIONAL)

In this final module, you will have the option of actually building out and then demonstrating your final project. This module is optional because it requires you to have the necessary equipment.

Specialization Wrap-Up

Let’s wrap up our time together as we have traveled through the specialization.

Meet your Instructors

Ian Harris

Ian G. Harris is currently Vice Chair of Undergraduate Education in the Computer Science Department at the University of California, Irvine. He received his BS degree in Computer Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1990. He received his MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science from the University of California, San Diego in 1992 and 1997 respectively. He was a member of the faculty in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst from 1997 until June 2003. Professor Harris serves on the program committees of several leading conferences in hardware design verification and security including IEEE/ACM Design Automation Conference, IEEE International Conference on Computer-Aided Design, and IEEE Hardware Oriented Security and Trust (HOST). Professor Harris serves on the program committees of several leading conferences in hardware design verification and security including IEEE/ACM Design Automation Conference, IEEE International Conference on Computer-Aided Design, and IEEE Hardware Oriented Security and Trust (HOST).

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