This workshop is focused on making prototypes to simulate, control and analyze production processes using Arduino, Raspberry PI and cloud services.
In current industrial contexts it is increasingly important to verify in real time the operation of business and production processes, to prevent and/or minimize errors and problems.
To do this, however, it is necessary to have equipments that normally require huge investments, needed to design systems capable of working in hostile environments to electronic devices and capable of ensuring regular standards of efficiency and safety.
In many cases, it would be extremely useful have the ability to build a prototype, study the process in an appropriate way, so as to be able to invest in complete safety having already a clear idea about possible problems and affordable and efficient solutions.
Knowing how to create realistic prototypes to simulate the appearance and also the functionality of an object or equipment, allows us to study the processes and interactions in which it operates. The results of these prototypes are important because they allow to cut the time required to determine if a proposal or an idea is able to meet our requirements or not.
– Case study for access and movement tracking;
– Basic electronic components (Arduino and Raspberry);
– Small cloud and database services and medium complexity.
Workshop: 4 hours.
Date: June 6, 2016
Via Isonzo, 6a – 35013 Cittadella (PD) – Italy