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Internet of Things (IoT) Teaching Solution – IoT Sensors and Power Management

The IoT Wireless Communication Teaching Solution is designed to equip students with the knowledge on how to characterize the power consumption of IoT devices onboard controllers, sensors and wireless modules. Students will understand the principles of power management and will be able to characterize micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) devices. With teaching slides and a training kit (development kit, sensor devices, MEMS pressure sensor, XBee ZigBee® kit, lab sheets with model answers and problem-based assignments) included, this solution is a useful resource for lecturers.

 Teaching Slides  Training Kit  Instruments/ Software
Teaching Slides Training Kit Instruments/ Software

Feature:

  • Editable PowerPoint slides
  • Covers 36+ hours of classroom sessions

Topics Covered:

  • Overview of IoT system
  • Essentials of power circuits
  • Fundamentals of power measurement
  • Power management techniques
  • Overview of sensor technology
  • Sensor measurement techniques
  • Sensor in action
  • Case studies

Feature:

  • Editable lab sheets, model answers, problem-based assignments
  • Covers 18 hours of lab sessions

List of Lab Sheets:

  • Setting up IoT gateway and connecting sensor network to the cloud
  • Characterizing IoT sensor board (device) static and dynamic power consumption
  • Evaluating the impact of dynamic current drain and solar energy harvesting on IoT battery life
  • Optimizing power consumption and efficiency using dynamic power management in sensor networks
  • Characterizing MEMS accelerometer and gyroscope sensors, and their applications
  • Characterizing MEMS pressure and temperature sensors for applications in harsh environment
  • Gesture control using inertial measurement unit (IMU) 
  • Setting up IoT gateway and connecting sensor network to the cloud

Recommended Keysight Solutions:

Target university subject Target year of study Prerequisite(s)
IoT Sensors and Power Management 3rd to Final year undergraduate None

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