Have you ever been amazed by the technology that gets your coffee ready when you wake up or that sets your alarm clock according to the traffic and weather conditions? Do you want to understand how such systems work and learn to build them yourself? If the answer to any of the above questions was yes, then you are in the right place.
Internet of Things or IoT is the technology powering such amazing experiences and with IoTIFY Virtual Lab, you can learn all about it.

What is IoTIFY Virtual Lab?

IoTIFY Virtual Lab is an online playground for Internet of Things. It allows you to create full blown IoT projects right from your browser. You don't need to purchase any additional hardware thus reducing cost and time required to start building your amazing ideas. Additionally, you can access your projects from anywhere via your browser.
IoTIFY Virtual Lab also allows for a great collaborative experience. Since all your components are available virtually and right in the browser, it becomes easy to work with others on the same project. For teachers, this means a better teaching experience. For individuals, it means a smoother experince working with your time to build prototypes.

What can we do with IoTIFY Virtual Lab?

  • Create IoT projects using a range of microcontroller boards and sensors.
  • Learn embedded programming and create embedded systems.
  • Build fully integrated projects using the Raspberry Pi.
  • Rapidly prototype your ideas right from your browser.
  • Collaborate on IoT projects with your friends/colleagues/students.
IoTIFY Virtual Lab currently supports the Arduino Uno, STM32 Nucleo F411RE and the Raspberry Pi along with a range of peripherals.

Starter Guides

To get started with Arduino Uno on the IoTIFY Virtual Lab, Go to:
To get started with STM32 on the IoTIFY Virtual Lab, Go to:
To get started with Raspberry Pi on the IoTIFY Virtual Lab, Go to:

Example Projects

To see what's possible using the IoTIFY Virtual Lab, check out a few example projects.
For projects built using the Arduino Uno, Go to:
For projects built using the STM32, Go to:
For projects built using the Raspberry Pi, Go to:
So what are you waiting for? Start experimenting and create amazing projects!
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