Getting Started with Zerynth (Python for Microcontrollers and IoT): from “Hello World” to professional Industry 4.0 applications.
Discover how it is possible to build IoT and Industry 4.0 projects using a high-level programming language like Python.
You will use Zerynth (www.zerynth.com), a software suite that simplifies and speeds up development of scalable and safe #IoT systems. In particular, with Zerynth it is possible to program the 32-bit #microcontrollers in #Python or C / Python and connect them to the most popular #Cloud infrastructures, such as Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, IBM BlueMix or custom infrastructures.
Makers, designers, and IoT professionals are welcome!
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Saturday 13 October
From 4.00 pm to 6.30 pm
Room 17 SC3
Luigi F. Cerfeda
LUIGI F. CERFEDA received the Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from University of Pisa in 2013. He joined Zerynth (zerynth.com), in 2013 during its successfully funded Kickstarter campaign. Zerynth reaches beyond professional embedded developers to also offer high-level programmers, product designers, IoT developers and IT system admin a complete set of high-quality embedded development tools to create interactive and connected solutions. At Zerynth he collaborates in business development and he is responsible for marketing and communications strategies, working closely with technical department to identify new products and to improve quality for existing products. In 2012 he also joined the FABLAB Pisa and he founded a Bio Engineering project called BESOS (Bio Engineering Systems for Open Society), that acts as a catalyst to boost the revolution of Human-Machine Interaction toward the Natural User Interface.
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