MATLAB & Simulink
IoTs and ThingSpeak with MATLAB and SIMULINK
Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging trend where large number of embedded devices (things) are connected to the internet. This one-day training provides and overview of workflow on the topic of IoT with MATLAB and SIMULINK using ThingSpeak. It also covers the use of Arduino or Raspberry Pi to send data to ThingSpeak. Topics include:
Setting up the ThingSpeak
Building algorithm using MATLAB and SIMULINK
Working wth Arduino or Raspberry Pi hardware
Sending data to ThingSpeak
Fetching data from ThingSpeak for analysis
The aim of the course is to provide knowledge to the participants on the working workflow of IoT with MATLAB and SIMULINK.
Techsource Systems is
Mathworks Sole and Authorised Distributor and Training Partner
Who Must Attend
Students, engineers, researchers, managers who want to work with IoT using MATLAB and SIMULINK.
Knowledge of MATLAB and SIMULINK is preferable but not a must.
Day 1 of 1
Introduction to MATLAB and SIMULINK Environment
Objective: Provide a quick start to the MATLAB and SIMULINK environments.
Introduction to MATLAB environment
Introduction to SIMULINK environment
Hardware Target Support Package for MATLAB and SIMULINK
Objective: Introduce the variety of Hardware Target Support Package for MATLAB and SIMULINK, especially hardware that support ThingSpeak.
Installation of Arduino Support Package for MATLAB and SIMULINK
Setup the Arduino Hardware
Installation of Raspberry Pi Support Package for MATLAB and SIMULINK
Setup the Raspberry Pi Hardware
Objective: Introduce the ThingSpeak as the platform for IoT that works with MATLAB and SIMULINK.
Introduction to ThingSpeak
Setup ThingSpeak account
Collect data in a New Channel
Analyze and visualize data using MATLAB
Linking Arduino or Raspberry Pi to ThingSpeak
Objective: Learn how to implement the algorithm on Arduino or Raspberry Pi, send data to ThingSpeak from Arduino or Raspberry Pi, fetch data from ThingSpeak to MATLAB for further analysis.
Simulate the algorithm on SIMULINK
Implement the algorithm to Arduino or Raspberry Pi
Send data to ThingSpeak from Arduino or Raspberry Pi
Fetch data from ThingSpeak to MATLAB