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Level 4: IoT with Arduino

SKU: ZO-1385
Manufacturer: Zero Ohm Electronics
Model/MPN: ZOWS1005
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275.10AED Ex Tax: 262.00AED
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Level 4: IoT with Arduino

Zero Ohm Arduino Workshops for Beginners

By: Zero Ohm Electronics

In collaboration with: Origin Base

Want to get started with programming and hardware interaction? Zero Ohm is offering a unique workshop to get you started with Electronics using Arduino! With the Sparkfun Inventor's Kit you will get a kick start into the world of Microcontrollers and Embedded Electronics! The kit includes everything you need to make 15 circuits that will teach how to read sensors, display information on a screen, drive motors, and more. In this workshop you will learn about IoT technologies and how to make your own IoT application with Arduino and your smartphone. Unleash your inner inventor! You will also get the opportunity to see UAE’s first makerspace!

Level 4: IoT with Arduino

Date & Time: Saturday, 17th of February 2018, TBD at 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM.

Location: Origin Base HQ.

Objectives and Workshop Sequence:

The workshop will consists of four tasks as the following:

  1. An introduction IoT and its applicaton in the real world.
  2. The Audience will learn about Blynk App and how to set it up on your phone and Arduino
  3. An explanation about the first task, which is going to be switching on and off a LED and blinking over the Internet using Blynk App on the smartphone.
  4. In the second task, the audience will learn about servo motors and how to control them with Blynk and Arduino.
  5. In the third task, the audience will learn about LCD displays.
  6. In the last part of the workshop, the audience will learn about RGB LED and how to change its color with thier smartphone through Blynk.

Important Notices:

  • Price: 275.1 AED Including VAT.

    prepayment only (PayPal / Bank Transfer)

  • You can book your seat through our website ( or by visiting our store (location map).
  • Maximum number of attendees: 10
  • Minimum number of attendees: 4 (workshop will be cancelled if this condition is not metL).
  • Refund policy: Full refund if you cancel your attendance before 48 hours of the workshop start.
  • For any questions, place contact us on

What you need to bring to the workshop is:

  1. Your personal Laptop and charger
  2. Download and install the Arduino IDE from
  3. Install the FTDI Driver from :

Follow the installation steps depending on your Laptop OS:

This workshop does not require previous knowledge of electronics. The workshop will be conducted by experts that have years of experience in electronics and prototyping.

The workshops will be held in OriginBase Makerspace (click here for location).

The workshops will be held in OriginBase Makerspace (click here for location). - See more at:
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