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I need an I IOT module built actually egineered using something like a Rasberry Pi or Arduino
Then about it I need 2500 report on it, the souce code, video demoing the module project and source code itself. I also need chat transcript so i can explain it.
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Internet of Things Coursework (M30226)
The goal of this coursework is to apply your knowledge and practical skills to design and
build an IoT application.
The deliverables of the coursework consist three artifacts: A final report that details the
design (70%). A demo of your application (a video recording) along with implementation
source code (30%).
Your final report should address but is not limited to the following parts regarding your
Introduction: Define the application scenario and the problem -- justify why an IoT
solution is needed, propose your design and the main functionality, decompose the
design into smaller tasks, and give a basic outline of what you proposed to implement.
The main tasks and the logic flow should be well justified.
Details of the design: Include any tools, sensors, modules, protocols, platforms, pseudo
code, and diagrams -- anything that is necessary to clearly explain your IoT
system/steps. You are free to go further beyond what you have been provided with for
your practical exercises. You need to compare the useful components/sensors/modules
before you adopt any of them for your design. Browse the Internet, look for more
sensors, identify their operating/working conditions (e.g. power supply), and include
them in your design. Describe the communication protocols and application protocols
that you will use with detailed data flow and pseudo code. Even though some
sensors/functions will not be implemented due to the limited resources, a consistent
representation of them in data flow and pseudo code is expected across all stages. If
you are considering using a commercial platform as a public broker/server, name the
one you want to use and provide evidence of testing the platform. Besides, the technical
issues, the cost of your design should be quantitatively evaluated. Justify all your
choices for this part.
Implementation: You could implement only a part of your design. It is acceptable for you
to have a sophisticated design but without an implementation of the entire design due to
the limits on available tools or resources. Basic and advanced requirements for your
● The system functions without errors (basic)
● Hardware components are well connected (basic)
● The design/function logic is clear (basic)
● The demo is self-explanatory and the code is clearly commented (basic)
● Applying machine algorithms to enable sensory feedback to the project
Discussion and conclusions: Summarize the main insights into your design and map
your solutions to the defined scenario and problems. Discuss the potential pitfalls,
advantages and disadvantages of your design and how your design could be improved.
Identify clearly which part you implemented as a tangible output and why the rest are
Grading will be based on the quality of the design (for example: originality,
thoroughness, extent of analysis, justification), the clarity of the written report, and the
implementation quality based on the demo and code. Ideally, you are encouraged to try
something novel or apply ideas out of our workshops to the given problems. You can
get a good grade for the design even if your innovative ideas do not work out well, as
long as your final report shows evidence of extensive analysis and exploration, provides
sound justification for your choices of modules / sensors / methods / platforms, and
provide thoughtful reviews / reflections / comparisons on the existing solutions. For the
implementation, you are asked to explain the code and logic in your demo (video).
The design and implementation should be done all by yourself independently.
Your marks will be capped if the implementation has been proved to have not been
done on your own.
The marking criteria below apply for both the design and
● Introduction 15%
○ Understanding of your application scenario and problem
○ Justification of the need of an IoT solution to your problem
○ Provide the motivation of your design and justification
○ Design decomposition into subsystems/submodules
○ Include your innovative thinking
● Details of the design 35%
○ Clear description of the chosen solutions/tools for each
○ Justification behind the chosen solutions/tools that they are the most
appropriate choice to the given scenario
○ Comparison with different modules/sensors/protocols that you may
choose as alternatives
○ Clear reference of the tools/sensors, modules, protocols, platforms (where
you found them)
○ Use pseudo code or code with syntax to demonstrate the functions in
each subsystem/submodule (applicable to all subsystems/submodules
including the ones not to be implemented)
○ Use flowchart/diagram to intuitively demonstrate the logic, data flow
(control command + actuator signals) of your finalized design
○ The working conditions of your design
○ The design is both innovative and practical
○ Cost estimation of your design/implementation
● Implementation of your design 30%
○ The implementation of the whole design or part of your design
○ The implementation is functioning well without errors
○ The hardware components are well connected without obvious pitfalls
○ The logic in your functions is clear during the demo
○ The code can be well explained by you in the demo
○ The implementation is not trivial or singly run on the code given to you in
○ The innovative part of the implementation including, but not limited to data
fusion, human factor, user interface.
● Discussion 15%
○ Summary of your design
○ Map your solutions to the given scenario and problem
○ Potential pitfalls, advantages, disadvantages
○ Alternative solutions and suggestions
○ Future work/direction to improve the current solutions
● References 5%
○ Including conference papers, journal papers, and URLs for any external
code or data used.
How to submit
Please upload a single compressed file with your student ID as the file name (for
example UP123456.zip) to the submission link before the 13th of May, 2022. The
submission link on the Moodle will be disabled on the deadline (13th of May, 2022 by
23:00) and only the content submitted will be marked: The single submitted compressed
file (zipped file) must contain the following:
● The final report which must be a PDF file and inside a “Report” folder.
● A short video with a demo of project and saved inside the “Video” folder.
● The source code which must be saved in the “Source” folder.
The report should be in the IEEE journal format. A template is available on Moodle for