About Raspberry Pi Training
This two-week course will introduce you to physical computing, showing you how easy it is to create a system that responds to and controls the physical world, using computer programs running on the Raspberry Pi. You’ll apply your new-found knowledge to series of challenges, including controlling n LED with python, using a button press to control a circuit, and making a button, capturing images by using Rpi camera and live sensors project demo.
- Class Duration: 65 Hrs
- Viewers: 500
- Lessons: 15
- Skill level:Beginner
- Students: 50
- Certificate: :Yes
- Assessments: yes
Training By Certified and Experienced Real Time Developer
Our Trainer Conduct Classes according to Current Market Scenario and shape your Career.
Working on Live Project
We provide Live Project Development that helps our student to build their career as Developer.
Interview Preparation Classes
We Conduct Technical Events like quiz competition, Debates that enhance your knowledge about technology
We conduct Interview preparation classes by our Recruitment Department that aware you, how to crack the interview
100% Job assistance on every Course
Our IT Staffing Team all time working for our Student's job placement.
We provide one year free student membership for Latest Technology Enhancement.
Smart Class Rooms
We provide wifi enabled class rooms.
Section 1: INTRODUCTION TO RPI 4 Hrs
The Raspberry Pi platforms (new versions) have a 40-pin connector allowing to connect an expansion board. The Raspberry Pi Interface Board only make use of the first 26 ones for compatibility reason with the previous Raspberry Pi models. It’s important to note that Raspberry Pi primarily exists to advance the charitable mission of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. That mission is to “put the power of digital making into the hands of people all over the world.” The Raspberry Pi Foundation hopes that people kids especially will learn to code, learn how computers work, and learn how to make things with computers.
The Raspberry Pi was created in February 2012 by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, Originally setup to promote and teach basic computer science in schools and colleges around the UK. They initially released 2 Devices the Model A and the Model B, these computers ranged in spec and capabilities. Soon after the release of these products a community was formed and thousands of “Tech-Heads” (Including me!) bought one and started to create new projects with it, for instance one of the first things I did was setup a Home Media Centre and played the popular game Minecraft.
The Raspberry Pi 3 is the successor to the Raspberry Pi 2. It builds upon the Pi 2 by upgrading the ARM cores to Cortex-A53 and adding an onboard single-band 2.4GHz-only wireless chipset.The Raspberry Pi 3 measures the same 85.60mm x 53.98mm x 17mm, with a little overlap for the SD card and connectors which project over the edges. The SoC is a Broadcom BCM2837. This contains a quad-core Coretx-A53 running at 1.2GHz and a Videocore 4 GPU.