- 1 Class BootCamp Wikis
- 2 Engineering Expo IoT Lab Exhibits Sign-up
- 3 2016 Spring Poster Presentation 4/28 3-5pm at the WID
- 4 2016 Spring Mandatory Mid-Semester Project Presentation
- 5 2016 Spring Mandatory IBM Bluemix Boot Camp
- 6 Updating your Project Wiki
- 7 2016 Spring New Projects
- 8 2016 Spring Continuing Projects
- 9 2016 Spring New Project Requirements
- 10 2016 Spring Important Dates
- 11 2016 Spring New Project assignments
- 12 2016 Spring New Project Kick-Off
- 13 List of Skills Modules
- 14 WikiForum
- 15 Microsoft Imagine Cup
- 16 NEST Contest
- 17 Equipment Needs for Open House =
- 18 Demonstration Projects Need Student to for Open House
- 19 Mid-Term Presentation Guidelines
- 20 PowerPoint Poster Template for Open House and Mid-Term Presentation
- 21 10/14/2015 Student Working Session
- 22 Boot camp Round 2
- 23 9/30/2015 Student Working Session Kick-Off
- 24 Contact Information and Office Hours
- 25 Parts Vendors
- 26 Projects Fall 2015
- 27 Useful Technical Information, Pages and Links
- 28 Layout Draft
- 29 Other Useful Pages and Links
Class BootCamp Wikis
Engineering Expo IoT Lab Exhibits Sign-up
- Engineering Expo is April 15-16, Friday and Saturday 9a-2p
- Helping at the IoT Lab Exhibit is a requirement for the Lab
- Sign-up for the two-hour block of time on the sign-up form
- Sign-up Form
- The following will be exhibited. Each project team make sure your Expo exhibit is ready to go on Thursday evening. Have a project summary sheet for the project so other student helping will want what to say about your project.
- Smart and Connect Home
- Safe Cycle
- Guardian Vital Detector
- Smart Gym
- Smart Shoe
- Oculus Rift/Leap Motion
2016 Spring Poster Presentation 4/28 3-5pm at the WID
- Final Poster Due 4/18 for review and printing
- Research Projects use new poster template. Use the template outline to create new content.
- Research Project Template available at this link
- Continuing Project use same template as the Mid-Semester Presentation
- Email Poster Powerpoint file to Dr. Yen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- You are encourage to send poster early to Dr. Yen so several iteration of review is possible.
2016 Spring Mandatory Mid-Semester Project Presentation
- Wednesday, March 16 5-7pm, ME3153.
- Follow the instruction in the "Mid-Term Presentation Guidelines" section on the Lab Wiki below.
- All projects (continuing and New) should use the "Design Project template" not "Demo Project template".
- Send Dr. Yen (email@example.com) a draft of the poster by Friday 3/11. Comments will be provided by the end of day on Monday 3/14
2016 Spring Mandatory IBM Bluemix Boot Camp
- Feb 24, 4-6pm, in ME3153 (UW IoT Lab)
- Before coming to the boot camp, create an IBM Bluemix account with your student E-mail address: Go to the link and click "Sign-Up" http://bluemix.net
- Please, also bring your own laptops so you can directly connect to the Bluemix Cloud platform to create displays and controls
- Pizza provided
Updating your Project Wiki
- You will get an email from the Lab Wiki with your account login information.
- When you get the project approval from Dr. Yen, update your wiki with the content of your Goals, Outcome, Workplan
- Follow the template for your wiki layout, EXAMPLE PROJECT (Template)
- For help with using the Wiki, click on the Help link along the Left side of the page.
2016 Spring New Projects
NOTE: The project IDs have changed.
- A10 PTC/Thingworx IoT Platform
- A20 Ayla IoT Platform using DevKits and Linux
- B01 Insteon setup for Windows and OpenHAB
- B02 Insteon (connected home) setup for Android phones
- C01 Amazon Echo setup
- D01 Philips Hue Hub setup and OpenHAB integration (Connected Lighting)
- E01 Connecting Insteon+Amazon Echo and OpenHAB integration
- F01 Oculus Rift and Leap Motion controller setup on Desktop for Engineering Expo demo
- G01 Setting up OpenHAB (Open source connected/Smart Home automation platform) on Raspberry Pi
- G02 Connecting Insteon with OpenHAB (Standing Demo)
- G03 Logging OpenHAB results on Google Drive Spreadsheets (Cloud Storage)
- G04 Mindwave (EEG) control of Home Automation (OpenHAB integration)
- G05 IFTTT with OpenHAB (Event based Decision processing)
- G06 Connecting beacon to OpenHAB (GeoFencing and location base application)
- G07 Activity band (Microsoft Band) setup and conected to OpenHAB
- I01 Affectiva Facial Expression control of Lighting
- J01 Brillo+Weave codelab design (Open Source IoT Platform)
- J02 Google open-source beacon (beeks)
- J10 AWS IoT platform experiment (Proprietary IoT Platform)
- J20 IBM Bluemix (Proprietary IoT Platform)
- J30 GE Predix (proproetary IoT Platform)
- J40 research and experimentation about Ubuntu Core for IoT (AT&T Cloud Platform)
- O01 Non-GPS autonomous navigation (Indoor environments)
- P01 Analytics (collection,digestion, analyses) of unstructured data (non-numerical data)
- Q01 Apple Watch Gait Alert app
- R01 Hadoop platform (Open source Data storage and application Framework)
- T01 Open Web Application Security Project (Mobile security risk assessment community)
2016 Spring Continuing Projects
- Smart Gym
- Safe Cycle
- Water Quality Monitor -->
- Guardian Vital Detector
- Smart Shoes in Health Management
- Smart Window Control System
- VR Science
2016 Spring New Project Requirements
- Must register for 1 credit 699 independent study with Prof Veeramani.
- Each project has a wiki to document progress and process - Follow Template example
- Define goals and outcomes for this semester.
- Everything you do needs to answer these questions.
- What are the questions/issues being addressed?
- Why is this an important question/issue?
- What are the findings from your research?
- What are the implications of these findings for companies/consumers?
- Create Workplan to answer these questions taking into consideration your available time.
- Identify all needed materials and equipment, and ordering information.
- Maintain Issue Management
- Email above content in a Word document to Dr. Yen
- After Approval, put document content on the project wiki.
2016 Spring Important Dates
- March 10-11, Transcend Madison Competition
- March 16, 5-7pm, Mid-Semester Project Presentation
- April 15-16, Engineering Expo
- April 28, 3-5pm, Poster Presentation for Industry Event.
2016 Spring New Project assignments
2016 Spring New Project Kick-Off
- Slides from the meeting available here
List of Skills Modules
Microsoft Imagine Cup
The Imagine Cup is a 6 month start-up challenge that Microsoft puts on twice a year where the top contenders legitimately bag thousands of dollars (up to $15k this year I believe), and they often produce a professional advertisement for your idea. Not to mention the free publicity, mentorship, and opportunity to expand your product and gain customers. Deadline is December 15th and they accept rough ideas and prototypes. You can definitely apply if you have a rough idea or just a prototype and not a full-fledged final product.
The CS NEST Contest has a simple goal: i.e. to encourage creative software development. You can work on any project of your choosing (e.g. develop desktop, web, mobile software, or software for a robot) and enter it into the contest. You can even use the contest as a way of launching your own business, as some past NEST winners have done! The contest culminates with the Contest Day in April. On the Contest day participants present their projects to a panel: the winners walk away with thousands of dollars in prize money, and everyone walks away with an amazing experience in building something from scratch and seeing it all the way through - a skill that will serve you well in your career.
Deadline to register your team is on December 15th.
Equipment Needs for Open House =
- Each Project needs to determine the equipment they need to demo at the Open House. Please use the spreadsheet below. Please complete by 11/25.
- Equipment Needs Spreadsheet
Demonstration Projects Need Student to for Open House
The following products need students to setup, create posters, and demonstrate at the Dec. 11 Open House. A Prize is awarded for the best demonstration.Contact Dr.Yen by Wed. Nov. 18 if you are interested.
- Amazon Echo - Voice control
- Occulus Rift/Leap Motion - VR with hand/finger interaction.
- Smart/Connected Home System
- Mindwave EEG system - Mind Controlof devices
- Novint Falcon - 3D haptic/touch controller
- Affectiva - Facial expression recognition
- Beacon/Estimote sensors - Retail Application
Mid-Term Presentation Guidelines
- This is Mandatory for all teams
- The Mid-term presentation is an informal practice presentation of what you will be presenting at the open house.
- Use the Open House Poster template (available on the IoT Lab Wiki) as your presentation (not a slide deck). No need to print the poster. It will be just projected on the screen.
- Work on your "elevator pitch", a short clear explanation of your project. What problem you are solving, how and what valve and benefit it can bring to the user/society.
- In addition to your "elevator pitch" describe the IoT technology used in your project and how it is used to make your project work.
- The total presentation is to be done in less than 7 min, leave 1min for questions.
- Presentation order is on voluntary basis.
- Email the poster slide to Dr. Yen (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 2pm Wednesday.
- Email Dr. Yen if you have any question about the presentation.
PowerPoint Poster Template for Open House and Mid-Term Presentation
10/14/2015 Student Working Session
Alfonso and Tom spoke with all the teams in attendance and are in general comfortable with the teams progress. The teams that have not finalized your Bill of Materials should contact Tom ASAP to get guidance for completion. Remember the next Student Working Sesdion is the Mid-term presentation. Also, please post a photo of your team with member captions in the project wikis. This will help with matching faces to names.
Boot camp Round 2
The boot camps are scheduled for Saturday 10/10 and Sunday 10/11 4pm - 8pm, and Monday 10/12 5pm - 9pm, in ME3153. Please sign-up using the link below. Use your NetID login to access the sign-up list NOT your personal Google login. Remember, you need to complete the boot camp to get full access to the lab and its equipment.
9/30/2015 Student Working Session Kick-Off
We had a great attendance at the First Student Working Session and Pizza Social. The students were excited to get started on their projects. If you were unable to attend, please look over the slides, and see the Lab assistants during office hours to learn how to use the Lab wiki to document your project.
Contact Information and Office Hours
- Thomas Yen: Wednesdays 3-4pm; ECB2118; email@example.com
- Mona Jalal: Tuesdays 4-8pm; Wednesday 3-7pm; ME3153; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Emmanuel Contreras Guzmán: Tuesdays, Thursdays 2:30pm - 4:30pm; ME3153; email@example.com
- Alfonso Gutierrez; ME4158; firstname.lastname@example.org
Link To Inventory
Projects Fall 2015
- 1 - Smart Gym
- 2 - Safe Cycle
- 3 - Durable Water Fluoride Monitor
- 4 - Infant CaRe Apnea Monitor
- 5 - Guardian Vital Detector
- 6 - Roominescence
- 7 - Smart Shoes in Health Management
- 8 - Smart Window Control System
- 9 - Smart Lamp Interactions using Wearable Devices
- 10 - Digital Message Board
- 11 - FuelMeSafely
- 12 - VR Science
Useful Technical Information, Pages and Links
- Wearable Health Monitoring and IoT: Watch the Video
- Thread Enabled, Integrated Home Health Monitoring System: Watch This Video
- Novel, Low Power Human Interface Technologies: Watch This Video
- Scrum is dead: breaking down the new open development method
- Cluster computing on the Raspberry Pi with Kubernetes
- Internet of hackable things? Why IoT devices need better security
- Online Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking - FREE Video Training Course
- Installing Visual Studio
- Using I2P on IoT Devices
- Gateway P27 Notes
- Project Brillo
- Arduino Yun 3D printable case
- Skills module Template
|Car On-Board Diagnostics (OBDLink MX)
Other Useful Pages and Links
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