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The Raspberry Pi uses a variety of input/output devices based on protocols such as HDMI, USB, and Ethernet to communicate with the outside world. In this class you will learn how to use these protocols with other external devices (sensors, motors, GPS, orientation, LCD screens etc.) to get your IoT device to interact with the real world. Most physical devices use analog signals; however computer hardware is digital so in this class you will learn how these signals are converted back-and-forth and how this must be considered as you program your device. The basic design of a sensor-actuator system will also be covered. You will also learn how to build more sophisticated hardware systems using Raspberry Pi expansion boards to create fun and exciting IoT devices. Please note that this course does not include discussion forums....

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BS

Sep 03, 2019

The course was pretty interesting and I learnt a lot of new things from this course. I have gained confidence to try something new b myself after completing this course and hope I do so in the future

DP

Nov 25, 2018

Course is great, but it takes forever to grade classmates. For example, by the end of the last week homework , I had to wait two weeks till someone was available to grade.

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por Don R

Apr 08, 2018

Lack of discussion forums impacted learning experience. Other than that, solid technical content and good presentation.

por Rodrigo E

Jan 30, 2016

I enjoyed the course, was easy to follow, but I would rather prefer something more challenging

por Craig W

Jun 27, 2016

Needs to be a little more technical and kick up the level of difficulty a notch or two.

por Vikram S

Apr 05, 2018

I was not happy about one of the assignments forcing us to create a twitter account.

por Sanjeev T

Jun 02, 2017

After this course I was able to use my Raspberry Pi for a variety of requirements.

por Cristina G

Apr 10, 2018

There were some mistakes in the videos, especially in code in weeks 3 and 4.

por Jeff R

Sep 28, 2016

Good course with hands on projects. I wish it was a little longer...

por Alec L

Dec 06, 2016

Great course, a lot of fun with the practical assignments

por Darshan s

Sep 07, 2017

Great help to interface Raspberry pi with Internet.

por edgar f c

Feb 01, 2018

Great practical class to built your IoT skills

por Marouane S

Mar 10, 2016

very interting topic but maybe not deep enough

por SATYAJEET P

Sep 28, 2016

The course content aptly covers the topics

por Praise T

Aug 15, 2017

Very informative and systematic.

por DIVYANSHU G

May 05, 2020

a well informative course

por Luigi s

Feb 17, 2016

Ok, really good

por Jagir M

Dec 12, 2016

Interesting

por Moni s

Apr 29, 2020

good!!!

por N S N T

May 18, 2018

useful

por Mallikarjuna R Y

May 15, 2020

good

por G R s R

Jan 16, 2019

Good

por SHAIk A

Jul 02, 2018

nice

por kathimamatha

Jun 30, 2018

nice

por b s k

Mar 12, 2018

good

por Iain M

Feb 21, 2016

A very good introductory course. The teacher is excellent as are the video lectures.

Unfortunately, the new Coursera rules requiring payment before assessments can be accessed meant that I didn't complete any of the assessments. That will probably be a major disincentive for many learners who want to confirm what they have learned.

Also, UCI have elected to disable the discussion forums for this course (although I found they could still be accessed via the Coursera App on my Android phone). I can't help wondering if this was as a result of some of the negative feedback posted on the forums in the earlier courses of this specialisation. If so, this really doesn't reflect well on UCI as a teaching institution!

por Paulo A

Sep 20, 2017

There was a big disconexion between the lessons and the actual assignments. I understand the reasons for that, it's not possible to demand that people have the equipment and the time resources for putting into practice what's talked about in the lessons. But at the same time these assignments feel exactly the same as the assignments on the Arduino part of the specialization. I even used the same schematics I had back from the day. To me this feels a bit disappointing.