Embedded Systems Design - Specialized Electronics, Embedded Systems, Robotics, IoT, Drone Technology
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- Basic Electronics design or programming background knowledge is an added advantage.
- The preceding Beginner and Intermediate Modules are highly advised.
Daniel Ogunlolu is an Embedded Systems and AI Developer.
He has a combined active five years of experience in both Embedded Systems and Training Services. He has successfully trained several individuals on Computer Programming, Embedded Systems and Machine Learning, of whom some of them include business owners and CEOs.
Currently, he is the lead Embedded Software Developer at Mint Lab (Mealmeter). And his past work experience spans through companies such as: Centre4Tech, Xtream Innovation and First-code lab. Incidentally, he has personally or collaboratively taken on several challenging projects in areas of Home Automations, Robotics, AI, IoT, and the rest.
In addition, he is a Certified Drone Software Developer.
Ayomipo Ojo is an embedded systems engineer and professional PCB designer. He is also a certified C++ programmer with specialization in embedded systems and robotics. Over the past 3 years he has overseen and undertaken several projects. He designed and developed a microcontroller development board in order to enable students apply their knowledge of C/C++ to microcontrollers.
He is fueled by his passion for understanding the fundamental principles of electronics. He considers himself a “forever student”, eager to both build on his academic foundations and stay in tune with the latest innovations in the embedded systems world through continuous professional development. He holds a first class bachelor’s degree in Applied Physics (Electronics) from the prestigious University of Lagos. See more of Ayomipo on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ayomipo-ojo-325695a6
Daniel Oluwole is an Electronics and Embedded systems developer and researcher
He has developed a deep passion for electronics and is always willing to share his knowledge.
For over six years, he has successfully executed projects around Electronics, Embedded Systems and IoT design, production and development.
He has over the years offered training to students and practicing engineers in matters surrounding Electronics and Computer Programming (C / C++).
Cofie Abraham is an IoT developer and an Embedded Systems Engineer, with an active Experience of about four years.
His major interests include building effective, efficient and innovative solutions in areas of Internet of Things, Home Automations, Mobility and Transportation Technology. And this has effectively seen him collaborate with several teams in developing numerous competitive solutions. Some of his personal efforts have been in the work- space of real-time data tracking and database storage features development.
Moreover, his research and training interests have had him successfully trained several individuals on Computer Programming, Robotics, Internet of Things and the general Embedded Systems.
Currently, he is the Lead Hardware Developer at Neohaul Technologies and a Technical Lead for GadgetsHub.Ng.
In short, his ever guiding philosophy has it that: ”the knowledge of emerging technologies should be constantly disseminated because, in it, lies a better future for mankind”.
This Embedded Systems training course is appropriate for anyone who wants to develop rapid software and hardware applications using an easy-to-learn, easy-to-use, easy-to-maintain, and yet a very functional platform. Besides, it readily repositions them for the in-demand problem-solving skill-set of today’s digital economy.
This course is suitable to a wide range of people but will, in no small measure, benefit:
- Beginners who want to explore the interaction between software and hardware in creating smart systems
- Anyone interested in Physical Computing
- Anyone who has a background knowledge in electronics or any other related field
- (STEAM) Teachers who want to enhance their teaching aids
- Anyone interested in the making stuff
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