Pycom’s devices, Cloud and network services are used in over 200 universities worldwide as they are a fantastic introduction to the world of embedded technology, Python and IoT. If you’re a computer scientist lecturer, an electronics engineering professor or even just interested in giving your students a real-world IoT project, you’ve found the right place.
We’ve created some lessons that will help you and your students get up and running with Pycom’s hardware, cloud technology and LPWAN networks. This is an area that is evolving all the time and we’ll be adding more lessons as we progress.
Once you have the powerpoint files you can modify, add you own content or strip stuff out if you have got it covered.
We’d love your feedback too!
Hardware Packages and Pricing
To make life easier, we’ve created an overview of the different education packages and accompanying prices to help you chose the right option for you and your students. You can also purchase any additional products and support (if it’s needed.) This should help guide your selection and get you up and running quickly.
Support before, during and after
Our developers can support you at any stage during your program. All support is given on a remote basis via a voice or video conference. Use it for yourself as a lecturer tuition, a product walk through of your purchased kit, for Q&A sessions, as evangelist support for students or other activities. It’s up to you!
Lessons & Downloads
Lesson Plan – Before you begin review the lessons plan and determine requirements.
Lesson 0 – Setting up with either LoPy4 or FiPy.
Lesson 1 – An Introduction to FiPy or LoPy4
Lesson 2 – Setting up Pymakr plugins for ATOM and Visual Studio Code IDEs
Lesson 3 – Setting up Pybytes for device, network and data management
Lesson 4 – Getting Connected with LoRa
Lesson 4.5 – Setting up the Chirpstack LoRa server on Pybytes
Lesson 5 – Getting connected with Sigfox
Lesson 6 – Getting Connected with Cellular Cat-M1/NB1
Lesson 7 – COMING SOON!
Lesson 8 – COMING SOON
Lesson 9 – COMING SOON
Support for Lecturers and Students
Pycom has developers available to provide support at any stage during the program. Support can be added to the program at the onset by adding the number of hours you think you require. The support is provided on a remote basis via a Skype or a conference call facility and the hours can be used for lecturer tuition, product walk through for the set, Q&A sessions, evangelist support for students or other activities.
Still have questions ?
Need inspiration? Have suggestions on other lessons we should add? Let us know.
Got questions about how to source kits, need support or anything else, do get in touch with our education team. They’ve already supported lecturers and universities all over the world and would be happy to hear from you.