I had a great learning curve. Overview on various concepts was given, which helped me put a lot of new terms strongly into my mind
This course is extremely helpful and I specially loved the power management part in Week 5
By Yogita A•
By Josué S B C•
Good, broad introduction to serious embedded systems. It covers quite advanced topics, definitely not for beginners. Not that it is hard but to fully understand requires it previous knowledge and good studying skills.
The course definitely needs work. Mostly it is a 5-10 min video about the topic and then a bunch of links to webpages, scientific articles, books, wiki entries, etc. that you need to read. Then a short quiz with rather specific questions about the readings. Many times it is not clear in the links what you should be looking for (sometimes its just a link to a home page) so the quiz is hard. The course needs work to make it more engaging and interactive.
I specially liked the last module about battery powered devices. It could be very useful as a course on its own. I think many people would like to learn about this topic.
By Dileepa R•
Good selection of topics and lot of resources to refer if I ever get in to trouble in the future. Sometimes it is good to know such things are there even if I don't need them right now. I took me a considerable amount of time than recommended in each topic (I guess the course is now written if the expectation of students to go though all materials thoroughly). I have given only 4 stars just because I found some broken links. I understand the course is designed in 2015 and this is 2020 (everything remains valid though). But somebody need to go though the links and check if those are valid (of course students can search online and find relevant resources).
By Alan M•
Enjoyed the course. It could be improved. The practical exercises are not well signposted at all and i felt rather left on my own to do them. The reading material is not all available - some of the links dont work. There is quite a lot of repetition in the reading material - some of the different materials point to the same articles. All in all a good course but could be better with more structure on the practical exercises as these could teach so much more. Thank you!
By Amey S B•
The course contents are good and cover the entire spectrum of designing new smart iot device. However the quizzes should be concept based and not information based.
By Chetan B•
The content, of course, is very good. But some quiz answers need to be corrected. Need some more explanation in videos
By Brent B•
A nice overview of the major choices when developing IoT devices. Quite a few broken links in the reading materials.
By Mahmoud B T•
Satisfied by the quality of the course and the level of the instructors/interviewee
By rayapati r•
I hoped there were more vedios and less reading
By Dr. A K M•
good Course for Architecting smart IOT Devices
By Amit C•
Very good course contents & presentation.
By Nu W•
It is very clear and useful lectures
By Duclair T•
very good explanation
By Yoga D S•
Great course !
By BASAPURAM P•
By Tatyana V•
Pro: Fundamental approach to IoT-specific problems, the course will certainly teach you something new. In general, the course follows industry paradigm and doesnt' fall into oversimplifying (Arduino and DIY staff). Cons: Much of the links are outdated, recommended hardware is no longer available for purchase (TI SensorTag), tests contain errors.
By Faizan A•
not relevant course as the name suggests.
By Parvathy D•
By MENILIK E•
the first Prof. is not well good to give lecture,i think he is bad, but the last prof, is is well good and make you to give more attencion.....
By SHAMEER A P•
Very tough questions only included
By Ovidiu S•
Just garbage. This course and its twin "Introduction to Smart IoT Devices" are an expression of imposture at high level. Fortunately, the other courses in EIT Digital series are very interesting.