Presentation on theme: " 2 Minute Demo – 2.5 Mins Something About me – 1 Min Customers & Products – 1 Min How to start on open source design – 5 Mins Few case studies."— Presentation transcript:
2 Minute Demo – 2.5 Mins Something About me – 1 Min Customers & Products – 1 Min How to start on open source design – 5 Mins Few case studies – 4 Mins How I Contribute – 2 Mins How it helped in my business – 2 Mins Contact details -.5 Mins Q&A – 8 Mins A little Demo again – 4 Mins
About Me… Personal Vinay is 51 years, Stay in Noida with Wife Geeta, Daughter Upasana and little sweetheart Maggie Is an entrepreneur, electronics hobbyists and enjoy sharing his knowledge and skills
And professional…. Over 33 years of experience Worked in Computer companies like DCM, PCL and Intecon for 18 years Self Employed for 15 years Incubated at Amity University Campus since 2008. Received a grant of 20 Lacs from Ministry of MSME and Deptt of Science and Technology. Have developed over 200 commercial products. Filed for 3 patents, over 20 copy rights. Won awards from iWeekend(2010), Tatva (2009)
Get a board with few peripherals (LCD, LEDs, Keys, Sensors, USB Port) Or make your own board Take ready libraries and demo programs Try out all sample programs. More details of my designs are at http://on.fb.me/learnoe
Arduino ATMEGA 328 with boot loader for programming Alphanumeric LCD (20 Char X 4 Lines) Real Time Clock with battery back up I2C based EEPROM Infra red sesnor + Infra red remote handset with more than 21 keys Light Sensor Temperature sensor USB port to connect to computer / program
Lab 1 - Send "Hello World" to PC thru USB port Lab 2 - Display "Hello World" on LCD and PC Lab 3 - Same as Lab 2 + Display counting from 1 onward on LCD as well as PC Lab 4 - Same as Lab 3 + counting starts from key pressed on PC Keyboard Lab 5 - Accept Hours and Mins from PC. Display Digital Clock in Hours: Mins: Secs in 24 hour format Lab 6 - Read time from battery backed up RTC. Display time on LCD and PC, Time setting from PC when needed Lab 7 - Decode key pressed on IR Remote handset based on uPD6121. Display all four codes on LCD/PC. Lab 8 - Sequential switching on of seven leds one by one Lab 9 - Remote controlled switch. Control of seven leds by IR Remote. Lab 10 - Sends values of LDR from arduino and display on serial monitor/LCD Lab 11 - Shows the dimming/enhancing effect of LED's using pwm from arduino Lab 12 - Sends values of temperature sensor from arduino and display on serial monitor/LCD
Try out this board from CHIPKIT based on Microchip PIC32MX795
What ever be your need, search for hardware and libraries for net. You will find them, Real job is to integrate them, It still takes time. But you save time for creating basic hardware or software.
One of my customer wanted to add energy monitoring for his housing society I search on the net and found open energy monitor. 3 days to have a working demo
I have started using Linux and other open source software. This has reduced my cost and removed the fear of getting caught by using pirated software. It improves my image. My customer gets a copy of all circuit and software. He is confident and has more confidence in me. He knows that I only provide incremental innovation (or design) and charge for that. So he knows that costs and time are less and is more inclined to do business with me. He does not ask for exclusivity as he knows that I am not the complete designer/owner of the design.