DTI trains faculty, students on Arduino and more

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) conducted training on Arduino platform, Raspberry Pi (a mono-board computing platform) and cloud-based IoT platforms on November 14 to 15 at CTU Danao.

Students and faculty of the College of Technology (CoT) and the College of Engineering (CoEng) banked on the expertise of Engr. Beau Sign  Hisoler in dealing with blinking LED (digital output), push button (digital input), RGB LED (analog output), LDR light sensor (analog input) and interfacing sensor boards with Arduino-PIR motion sensor.

Participants also learned computer programming techniques in a visual context, program encoding, building circuit, and downloading VNC viewer and putty.

The workshop  equipped trainees with  programming skills by interoperability and connectivity with hardware platforms. It also entailed that  aspiring developers may now be able try  building independent interactive objects or making organization-related tasks. Engr. Gelyn Rabanes