The Advanced ESP32 – Level 3 course aims to help learners study and implement advanced concepts such as Over the Air Programming, FreeRTOS and Ultra Low Power Consumption in your ESP32 Projects or Products. In this course, you will get deeper insights into the features of the ESP32 Board as well as gain knowledge of RTOS and its applications. These features are vital to optimise your projects or products.
The learners will be equipped to make products or projects user-friendly by implementing OTA Programming and Wi-Fi Manager. You will gain an in-depth understanding of RTOS and its applications. You will understand FreeRTOS and be able to implement it to optimise your projects or products. Finally, you will learn to drastically reduce the power consumption of the ESP32 Board, by implementing Deep Sleep and leveraging the ULP Coprocessor of the ESP32 in your products or projects.
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Once the course completed, the learners get awarded the certificate of completion for ‘Advanced ESP32 - Level 3’ by iAP.
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|1. A Deeper Insight into the ESP32 Features|
|1.1. Introduction to the course||FREE||00:06:00|
|1.2. Overview of the ESP32 Features||FREE||00:07:00|
|1.3. Part 1 : Practical Insights into the ESP32 Features||FREE||00:08:00|
|1.4. Part 2 : Practical Insights into the ESP32 Features||FREE||00:08:00|
|2. Over The Air Programming in ESP32|
|2.1. What is OTA Programming?||00:09:00|
|2.2. How do OTA Updates happen in the ESP32?||00:09:00|
|2.3. How to implement basic OTA Programming in the ESP32 Thing?||00:12:00|
|2.4. Implementing OTA Updates through a Web Server in the SparkFun ESP32 Thing||00:09:00|
|2.5. Implementing Cloud-Based OTA Updates in the SparkFun ESP32 Thing||00:05:00|
|2.6. Implementing the WiFiManager Library in the SparkFun ESP32 Thing||00:09:00|
|2.7. Part 1: Implementing WiFiManager and OTA Update in Projects||00:08:00|
|2.8. Part 2: Implementing WiFiManager and OTA Update in Projects||00:07:00|
|3. FreeRTOS on the ESP32|
|3.1. What is a Real Time Operating System?||00:08:00|
|3.2. FreeRTOS Implementation in the ESP32||00:07:00|
|3.3. What are Tasks, Queues and Semaphores?||00:05:00|
|3.4. Implementing Dual-Core Multitasking and Synchronization in the ESP32 Thing||00:09:00|
|3.5. Inter-Task Communication in the SparkFun ESP32 Thing with FreeRTOS||00:09:00|
|3.6. Performance Benchmarking with FreeRTOS implementation in the ESP32 Thing||00:12:00|
|4. Deep Sleep in the ESP32|
|4.1. What are the Sleep Modes in the SparkFun ESP32 Thing?||00:08:00|
|4.2. Implementing Deep Sleep in the SparkFun ESP32 Thing||00:11:00|
|4.3. Implementing External Wake-up Sources for Deep Sleep in the SparkFun ESP32 Thing||00:11:00|
|4.4. Implementing an OLED NTP Clock with Deep Sleep using SparkFun ESP32 Thing||00:11:00|
|4.5. Working with the ULP Coprocessor in the Arduino IDE||00:06:00|
|4.6. Implementing ULP Coprocessor Wake-up from Deep Sleep in the ESP32||00:07:00|
|4.7. Understanding the ULP Coprocessor Assembly Code in the ESP32||00:08:00|
|4.8. Deep Sleep Power Consumption in the SparkFun ESP32 Thing||00:07:00|
|Advanced ESP32 – Level 3 Assignments|
|Completion Certificate Request|
|Completion Certificate Request|