As part of our “IoT Field Kitchen” format, basic knowledge of the Internet of Things (IoT) is conveyed using specific applications for the Tempelhofer Feld.
IoT Field Kitchen
As part of our “IoT Field Kitchen” format, basic knowledge of the Internet of Things (IoT) is conveyed using specific applications for the Tempelhofer Feld. It starts with an introduction to the Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense microcontroller, which we use in the workshop.
The participants also get to know a variety of platforms and different types of data transfer are also tested (HTTP, WiFi and Bluetooth).
With this format, we want to open the black box of the “Internet of Things” and make it accessible to beginners. We would like to show that with a little knowledge of hardware and electronics, a first application for the Tempelhofer Feld can be created. In addition to active participation in urban design, we would like to promote closer networking between different actors from the education sector. Regardless of whether the participants have already worked with microcontrollers or are new to the “Internet of Things”: It is important that they bring along interest and enthusiasm for experiments and that they want to pass on new knowledge as multipliers.