Prct 363: Pharmacy, Microcontrollers & the Interne
It is predicted that by 2020 over 50 billion objects embedded with
electronics, software sensors, and network connectivity will be
communicating with each other in an "Internet of Things." This course
explores the ways in which pharmacy will be part of this system.
Students will construct demonstration projects using the Arduino
microcontroller platform. No prior knowledge of electronics,
programming, or networking is required.
- Pre-requisite: Pharmacy PY1 or PY2
- Lecture: Lecture for Prct 363
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