In this session, attendees will be able to follow along and create an internet-connected application from the ground up using easy-to-use hardware and software tools. In this session, we will be creating a multi-node sensor network that will take advantage of multiple wireless technologies. Within this session, we will rapidly prototype various sub-GHz RF sensor nodes that will interface to various sensors, including moisture, ambient light, ultrasonic & temperature. These sensor nodes will benefit from sub-GHz RF modules, which enable low-power, long-range communication. In addition, we will also create a Wi-Fi connected gateway, which will aggregate the packets coming from the various sensor nodes.


Through rapid prototyping methodologies, we will leverage open source hardware and software tools from the TI LaunchPad development ecosystem. Once our sub-GHz RF sensor nodes are funneling data to the cloud through our Sub-GHz RF-to-Wi-Fi gateway, we will switch our attention to the cloud. Using intuitive cloud-side tools, we’ll be able to make cloud-hosted dashboards, trigger events through web channels like twitter/facebook & more.


This webinar will be featuring the below products from Texas Instruments:

MSP-EXP430FR6989MSP-EXP430FR6989 Launchpad

CC3200 Wi-Fi LaunchPadCC3200 Wi-Fi LaunchPad

430BOOST CC110L SubGHz RF BoosterPack430BOOST CC110L SubGHz RF BoosterPack

Various sensors from Seeed Studio Grove Starter Kit for TI LaunchPad


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About the Presenter:


Adrian Fernandez is the Microcontroller Development Experience Manager at Texas Instruments. In his role, he is responsible for defining the microcontroller development ecosystem and augmenting the ways developers interact with TI's microcontroller portfolio, with heavy focus on growing and improving TI's LaunchPad Rapid Prototyping Development Platform. Adrian holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, concentrating on embedded systems and digital signal processing. He lives with his better-half Ellen & pug Ollie in Dallas, TX.


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