There are endless IoT devices that can be built using Raspberry PI! While it is a lot of fun learning how to program and make interesting projects using the Raspberry pi , it can also be tricky to know how to get started.
One tool that continues to make IoT and industrial solutions easier is Node-RED. Designed and built by IBM, Node-RED is a free, open source logic engine that allows programmers of any level to interconnect physical I/O, cloud-based systems, databases, and API’s. Users interact with Node-RED via a browser-based flow editor that makes multi-device and multi-API integrations as easy as linking together nodes into easily understood flows.
In this talk, we are going to explore some interesting projects that can be built using Raspberry PI in a TJ Bot, which is an open-source project that is designed to use artificial intelligence services in a fun way! We will also be exploring how we can use Node-RED to drive the development of various other IoT projects in a fun and dynamic way.
By the end of this talk you should be able to walk away with:
• Overall understanding of Node-Red
• Creating flows in Node-RED
• Understanding of how IoT projects can utilize Node-RED
630pm - doors open, pizza, drinks, & networking
7-8pm - talk & demo
8-830pm - Q&A
845pm - venue closes
Who is this event for?
This workshop is for both beginners, experienced developers, makers, tech enthusiasts, entrepreneurs and anyone who is interested in rapid prototyping or is just curious about flow-based programming.
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About the Presenter
John Walicki (@johnwalicki) is a Watson IoT Developer Advocate and inspires developers to build solutions with the powerful Watson IoT capabilities, Watson Cognitive APIs and IBM Bluemix. He helps developers create custom IoT and embedded Linux solutions for their industrial and educational use cases. John previously held roles as the IBM I/T Workplace of the Future Strategist, where he led the internal IBM Open Computing strategy, and as the IBM I/T Client Platform Architect, where he was responsible for the IBM internal strategy for Windows, Linux, and Mac. John established the Bring Your Own Device strategy at IBM and is an expert on mobile devices, desktop virtualization, and open standards. He led the open-standards-based Browser Independence deployment of Firefox within IBM. John was also a manager in the Watson Information Services Department at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. In addition to over 25 years of IBM experience, John holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Lehigh University.