Intelligent IoT Projects in 7 Days

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  • Learn how to get started with intelligent IoT projects
  • Explore various pattern recognition and machine learning algorithms to make IoT projects smarter.
  • Make decisions on which devices to use based on the kind of project to build.
  • Create a simple machine learning application and implement decision system concepts
  • Build a smart parking system using Arduino and Raspberry Pi
  • Learn how to work with Amazon Echo and to build your own smart speaker machine
  • Build multi-robot cooperation using swarm intelligence.

Intelligent IoT Projects in 7 days is about creating smart IoT projects in just 7 days. This book will help you to overcome the challenge of analyzing data from physical devices.

This book aims to help you put together some of the most exciting IoT projects in a short span of time. You'll be able to use these in achieving or automating everyday tasks—one project per day.

We will start with a simple smart gardening system and move on to a smart parking system, and then we will make our own vending machine, a smart digital advertising dashboard, a smart speaker machine, an autonomous fire fighter robot, and finally look at a multi-robot cooperation using swarm intelligence

  • Build intelligent and unusual IoT projects in just 7 days,
  • Create home automation, smart home, and robotic projects and allow your devices to do smart work
  • Build IoT skills through enticing projects and leverage revolutionary computing hardware through the RPi and Arduino.
Page Count 206
Course Length 6 hours 10 minutes
ISBN 9781787286429
Date Of Publication 10 Sep 2017


Agus Kurniawan

Agus Kurniawan is an independent technology consultant, author, and lecturer. He has over 18 years' experience working on various software development projects, including delivering training courses and workshops, and delivering technical writing. He has done a few research activities related to wireless networking, software, and security in multiple universities. Currently, he is pursuing a Ph.D. program in Computer Science in Germany.

He has previously written five books for Packt.