IoT - Internet of Things is not a single technology but an amalgamation of lot of different technologies which not only includes software technologies but hardware/embedded technologies as well. So any IoT Solution would typically require an ecosystem of people providing expertise that spans from sensors to applications. This expertise might be required in technologies like sensors, communication protocols, nodes, gateways, development boards, cloud analytics and IoT Platforms and much more.
Hence the team providing such a solution would also be complex and heterogeneous meaning they would be bringing in various set of skills together. So anyone who is leading such a complex and heterogeneous team need to know a host of technologies under IoT Ecosystem. He/ She will be typically involved in stitching together the entire solution and present it to the client. He/She is the Solution Architect.
Instaivy with it's rich experience of training, consulting, project implementation and IoT product development have all the capabilities of imparting the Skills required for "IoT Solution Architect".
The kit includes environmental monitoring nodes to collect data and a gateway to push this data to the cloud.
Node: The node is powered by batteries. Data from temperature and humidity sensors are collected by a microcontroller and sent to the gateway using a LoRa transmitter.
Microcontroller: The Microcontroller is used to control and interface with the sensors and LoRa transmitter.
Sensors: The high accuracy digital temperature sensor with probe and the digital humidity sensor are used to collect environmental data.
LoRa: LoRa (Long Range) transmitter is used to transmit the data to a gateway with a range of up to 1.5km.
Gateway: The gateway consists of a Microcontroller and a LoRa receiver.
In the dashboard you can monitor the real time values of temperature, humidity and battery life of each node. The nodes are low power devices which can run on batteries for long periods of time.
This kit will also help you understand battery management principles and methodologies used for low-power long lasting devices. This kit will give you a good understanding of a full end to end IoT solution for a real industrial use case. The kit can be used in areas with low access to internet and power and as such, is a good example of a real-world application of IoT.
This kit consists of Microcontroller, and the Camera module which helps in facial recognition and objects.
Controller: It is a used for processing and analyzing images coming from Microcontroller camera.
Camera Module: It is camera module connected to Microcontroller and helps to captures the data
Software: We use open CV Software for collecting facial information and data Analyzation.
Protocol: We use MQTT protocol to communicate with Osmosis platform
Cloud: Osmosis cloud platform stores the data captured by Camera Module.
We use face recognition library to detect faces. Using these kit students can learn camera serial interface using python commands. In this project you can learn Open CV Software to recognize facial points and objects. Using this kit, students can perform actual real life projects.
Starter kit contain the components required to understand the concepts of IoT.
It has Node- Gateway-Cloud architecture and Node to cloud architecture. This kit contains six different sensors which include both analog and digital. It supports two types of communication channels WIFI and GPRS.
This kit gives an understanding about the analog and digital sensors, how to connect them to the controller and generate data, difference between the architecture styles and their implementation.
Usage of different communication channels as per the application requirement. Different types of POC’s like home automation, logistics and many more can be built on this kit.
For developing any complete End to End IoT Application we must need any IoT platform to handle and manage that devices.
ThingWorx is one of the best IoT Platform to develop and manage the End to End IoT applications.
This kit contains sensors and Controller board where we will connect this controller board to the ThingWorx IoT platform and store the sensors data for displaying on the mashups and you can configure the events and subscriptions on that generated data so that you will get text notifications and also e-mails.
You will get complete understand how to connect edge device to ThingWorx IoT Platform.
This Protocol kit is designed to understand a communication protocol MQTT.
This kit contains a Microcontroller with inbuilt WIFI chipset, different sensors and actuators to work with, through this kit one can understand and implement all the features of MQTT.
This kit can be connected to different cloud platforms both paid and open source with respect to the protocol supported by the cloud platform.
Advanced features like data storing/ maintaining the local server, over the air updates, and many more can be implemented on this kit.
Get Arduino,Raspberry Pi,NodeMCU,Sensor Kit, Zigbee Modules and other accessories.
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Instaivy Industrial IoT lab is one of its kind which provides a complete knowledge on Industrial Internet of Things, both at conceptual and practical level. The lab is equipped with Industrial grade hardware to enhance the skillset. The lab provides the complete ecosystem for innovation in the field of Industrial Internet of things. The lab has a complete environment for product creation, testing, validation and incubation.
Through this course you will get a complete understanding of the industrial IoT, the technologies(like PLC, Modbus, Communication protocols, etc) that are involved, how the traditional industrial equipment is converted to IIoT and also choosing the technologies as per our application.
Digital/Connected Factory: Machinery can transmit operational information to the partners like original equipment manufacturers and to field engineers. Enables operation managers and factory heads to remotely manage the factory units and take advantage of process automation and optimization. Data collected from the different sensors and units is posted to the osmosis platform in cloud and local HMI, to remotely monitor and control the entire process.
Predictive Maintenance: The use of IoT sensors in manufacturing equipment enables condition-based maintenance alerts. IoT Sensors can actively monitor machines and send an alert when the equipment deviates from its prescribed parameters. By this manufacturers can conserve energy, reduce costs, eliminate machine downtime and increase operational efficiency.
Production Flow Monitoring: IoT in manufacturing can enable the monitoring of production lines starting from the refining process down to the packaging of final products. Complete monitoring of the process in (near) real-time provides scope to recommend adjustments in operations for better management of operational cost.
Yes, in this lab we can build real time scenarios like Remote Machine Monitoring, Asset tracking system, predictive maintenance and many more.
Yes. Entire support in the form of installation manuals will be provided.