This course is designed toteach you how systems are developed using IoT technology. Many engineers and developers tend to focus ona single discipline – either software or hardware. However, in today’s connectedage it’s critical to have a comprehensive understanding of both disciplines and how they are intertwined. In this practical course,you’ll gain a holistic understanding of system development from both software and hardware perspectives. A truly hands-on experience, you will develop your own embedded system. In doing so, you’ll learn as much from your failures as your successes as you go along. Note: In this course, we will use DE10-Nano Development Kit by Terasic Inc.
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