Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Review the WeatherWare design, part of IoT Development with Windows 10 IoT Core 2: Enabling the Cloud and Security.
- [Instructor] It's time to build the WeatherWare Device.…We're going to start by reviewing the WeatherWare Design,…an overview of how the product is designed to work,…the user's experience…and look at the state machine required…to implement that user experience.…WeatherWare is a product that's designed…to provide human-assisted weather data.…You get to vote on whether you agree…with the daily forecast.…Then, we monitor the current set of conditions…to determine whether or not your vote…was accurate or inaccurate…and finally we upload the results to the cloud once a day.…
So the user experience of running WeatherWare is that…it has text plus colors on the eight by eight LED display.…The user votes up and down using the joystick…first on the temperature and then on the forecast.…And then the device monitors your prediction…until the next morning…when you get to the next round of forecast.…And finally, over the course of the day and the evening…as you're monitoring the predictions,…you get visual feedback on what's going on.…
- Reviewing hardware options
- Exploring the Sense HAT
- Assembling a prototype
- Designing and implementing UX
- Implementing sensor access
- Reviewing cloud options
- Installing cloud tools
- Sending data to the cloud
- Reviewing Windows 10 IoT security
- Planning for production security
- Moving from prototype to production
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows 10 Anniversary Update New Featureswith Nick Brazzi1h 9m Intermediate
IoT Foundations: Low-Power Wireless Networkingwith Ryan Hu2h 32m Intermediate
1. Designing an IoT Product with Windows
2. Building the WeatherWare Device
3. Connecting to the Cloud
4. Securing Your Device
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