Loading

Our Mandate

We offer electronic lab space for engineering students. You can work on your assignments, lab reports or your own personal projects while receiving help from our team of volunteers.

Our Equipment

Our lab is equipped with oscilloscope, power supply, signal generator and all kinds of other devices that you will need. We also have a set of spare components that you can reuse.

Our Events

Every semester, we organized all kinds of events such as tutorials, meet and greet, movie nights. And of course, every year we end the winter semester with our epic annual United States Trip.

Our Location

2160 Bishop - Suite 204
Montréal, Québec
H3G 1M8, Canada 

Contact us at:
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
514-848-2424 ext. 5446

Arduino Secret Door Knock Tutorial

Description

Arduino Uno BoardThe Arduino Secret Door Knock Tutorial is a second level in our Arduino tutprial series for the winter semester. A brother to the Robotics tutorial, this one introduces participants to the usage of microcontrollers to operate servo motors and sensors. During the tutorial, a variety of applications will be examined, as well as the hardware and software techniques needed to implement them. The microcontroller platform for the tutorials will be the Arduino Uno 3 development board, which will allow tutorial attendees to skip most of the low-level hardware build and immediately start working on the microcontroller implementation. During the tutorial, participants will be introduced to servo motor control, vibration sensing using a piezo sensor, and algorithms to sense and compare a door knock. Participants will ultimately program a door lock that will only unlock with the correct secret door knock.

Price and Location

The tutorial was be held on March 20th 2014, in the ground-floor lounge area of the B building at the SGW campus (2160 rue Bishop). Tickets are available in advance for a fee of $5 per ticket. To reserve a ticket, please visit the Engineering and Computer Science Association office located at the Hall building (1455 boul. de Maisonneuve O.) in room H-838, on the SGW campus.

What to Bring

The tutorial is a "Bring Your Own Laptop" event, since AITS and IITS computer labs do not normally carry the drivers needed for Arduino. The drivers are, however, available free of charge for Windows, Apple (Mac OS X), and Linux-based computers. Please make sure to download and install these drivers in advance. Please note you cannot use the library's laptop for this event as it is not allowed to download software to them. Other than the laptops, all hardware, components, and tools will be supplied by IEEE Concordia.

Downloads

Below you may find the presentation used during the tutorial and any code needed 

 

More Information

For more information on the hardware platform, Arduino has an extensive getting started section on their website that covers the basics of what the Arduino platform is and what it can be used for.

For any questions regarding the tutorial, please contact our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the IEEE Concordia office at the B building, room B-204.

 

Arduino Door Knock Tutorial

Join IEEE

The IEEE is the largest technical society in the world, and members enjoy a wide variety of professional services and benefits.

Join IEEE

Follow us on