The real purpose of this book is twofold for you as a reader. First is to give you a grounding in the basics that are required to build any smart device. These fundamentals are universal and will not change because of advances in computers or in new sensor developments. The fundamentals of smart devices are based in scientific laws and basic engineering, so they will be effective tools for you for a very long time. The second purpose is to bring together a background and context for why things are how they are and where smart devices are going. It is fair, and perhaps even an understatement, to say that this technology is changing rapidly. This book is not meant to cover everything ever that is possible, as it could never hope to do so. It will, however, give you the critical grounding in the basics of smart device theory and fundamentals so that even as the tools and capabilities change, you can keep pace with them.
With the rapid development of the Internet of Things, a gap has emerged in skills versus knowledge in an industry typically segmented into hardware versus software. Practitioners are now expected to possess capabilities across the spectrum of hardware and software skills to create these smart devices.
This book explores these skill sets in an instructive way, beginning at the foundations of what makes “smart” technology smart, addressing the basics of hardware and hardware design, software, user experiences, and culminating in the considerations and means of building a fully formed smart device, capable of being used in a commercial capacity, versus a DIY project.
Practical Smart Device Design and Construction includes a set of starter projects designed to encourage the novice to build and learn from doing. Each project also includes a summary guiding you where to go next, and how to tie the practical, hands-on experience together with what they have learned to take the next step on their own.
What You'll Learn:
Practical smart device design and construction considerations such as size, power consumption, wiring needs, analog vs digital, and sensor types and uses Methods and tools for creating their own designs such as circuit board designs; and wiring and prototyping tools Hands-on guidance through their own prototype projects and building it alongside the projects in this book Software considerations for speed versus ease, security, and basics of programming and data analytics for smart devices
Who This Book Is For: Those with some technical skills, or at least a familiarity with technical topics, who are looking for the means and skills to start experimenting with combined hardware and software projects in order to gain familiarity and comfort with the smart device space.
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