Python and LoRaWAN – The Things Conference workshop that had everyone interested
We’re back from The Things Conference in Amsterdam, and we couldn’t be happier with the way everything went. Our Python and LoRaWAN workshop was a complete hit. It was so crowded that some people were standing.
It was really beautiful to see so many people who wanted to learn more about combining Python with LoRaWAN technology.
Python and LoRaWAN: from “Hello World” to professional IoT applications
The official title of our workshop at The Things Conference 2019 was Python and LoRaWAN: from “Hello World” to professional IoT applications. It was held on the second day of the conference, Friday, February 1st.
If you were one of the lucky people who attended it, you can find yourself in the images from the workshop above.
There were so many things to say, and despite the lack of available time, the main concepts were exposed. For those who want to redo or deepen their knowledge, here are the slides we presented, with the necessary links to replicate all the tutorials.
Check out the workshop slides first:
- First part – Zerynth workshop at The Things Conference 2019-part_1
- Second part –Zerynth workshop at The Things Conference 2019-part_2
- Third part – Zerynth workshop at The Things Conference 2019 part 3
Followed by the list of tutorials:
- Multi-blink with Zerynth Studio and Flip&Click
- Reading a digital sensor with Zerynth (Weather click)
- Getting started with Zerynth and XinaBox
- Getting started with LoRaWAN and Python using Zerynth and The Things Network
Moreover, there are many channels on our website where you can learn more about using Zerynth. In particular, these are the most important post and tutorials related to The Things Network:
- How the whole city of Pisa got LoRaWAN coverage
- The Things Conference on Tour Italy
- Python met LoRaWAN in Amsterdam 2018
- Getting started with LoRaWAN and Python – video
During the workshop, we showed people how to develop LoRaWAN-based Industrial IoT applications using Python on 32-bit microcontrollers. More precisely, we used Zerynth Studio, the XinaBox IoT development kit, and the 4ZeroBox.
It was open to anyone with a bit of LoRaWAN knowledge – engineers, programmers, designers, and IoT professionals.
Join us at the Embedded World
If you want to see more Zerynth demos in action, join us at this year’s Embedded World. From the 26th until the 28th of February, in Nuremberg, Germany.
We’ll be hosted by the RS Components, at their stand – Hall 3A, booth 439.
See you there!