Maybe it’s a sensor that analyses air quality at your location, or tracks noise level in your neighborhood, or maybe you’re just looking for a solution to get
your IoT devices talking. Come and meet like-minded individuals and build together on the Snootlab Akeru Beta 3.2 – An Arduino platform that uses the Sigfox IoT technology to send small amounts of
data via its own proprietary network back to the cloud. This technology is used by companies like FastPark and Whistle.
If you have some basic knowledge of Arduino, this workshop is for you! Else, just join us to learn more! Just bring your own laptops with the Arduino
IDE, and Arduino-based sensors. SingTel will be providing the Snootlab Akeru Beta 3.2 boards, and 12Geeks will
also have some sensors available for purchase on-site.
9.30am – 9.45am Welcome Address
9.45am – 10.00am Forming teams to build projects.
- Participants will form groups of 2-3 to build projects
10.00am – 10.45am Hands-on with Arduino!
- By Luther Goh & Fazli Mansor from 12Geeks
- Helping you write your first codes on Arduino, and showing experienced Arduino users a trick or two!
10.45am - 11.15 The Akeru Library and Sigfox data transmission
- Pushing data to the cloud via the Akeru boards. Introduction to the Akeru library, and syntax for data transmission.
11.15am – 1pm Lets Build!