So here we are ;-). All our team is working hard on implementing the final steps of the MOOC course for beginners. Polish, Latvian and Italian teams are instantly playing somewhere between green-screen studio, post-processing and graphics design. Some of the pictures on the IoT Application Domain chapter no 1.5 are attached below. As it […]
Here starts heavy work, particularly on IO2, the MOOC course. Meanwhile we also prepare photos for the use in both IOs: 1 (book) and 2 (self study online course) of the most modern IOT platforms. Some chips are as small as single coffee bean!
We’re all excited to announce that our IoT comprehensive course will be available on-line as MOOC for free (with optional, paid, certified track) via the EDX platform! We’re foreseeing three courses to be implemented: IoT for Beginners: undergraduated (bachelors) students, amateurs and professionals starting their experience with IoT, IoT Intermediate topics: for undegraduates willing to […]
Representatives of all consortium members participated in transnational meeting in Riga/Latvia, 29-30th May 2017, Riga Technical University. During two day conference it was discussed project management issues, forthcoming reporting and details on IO1, IO2 and IO3. Partners agreed detailed roadmap on the IoT teaching course, virtual laboratories scope, IoT platform and MOOC model. In details, […]
Spring 2017 Transnational Meeting is held by Riga Technical University in Riga / Latvia. During meetings, representative of 6 consortium partners including SUT, RTU, TTU, ITT, UME and ITMO from Latvia, Poland, Estonia, Russia and Italy are discussing project management methods, Intellectual Output scope, in particular regarding IO1 and IO2 – a teaching module on […]