Building Robots with Java Embedded by Vinicius Senger

Embedded expert Vinicius Senger will talk about Java embedded, robots, Lego mindstorm and more. In this session, Vinicius will show how Java embedded platform can be used to build open-source / D.I.Y. robots, which can be basic or very complex and use different sensors. We will talk about Raspberry Pi, tips & tricks on how to control motors, mechanics, etc. We will also show how to use Lego Mindstorms EV3 with Lejos to use the most popular platform to play with robotics using Java."

Once your project is ready, submit a video and the code to the IoT Developer Challenge before May 30, 2014 for a chance to win a JavaOne trip. More information at www.java.net/challenge.

Watch the video here.

Additional Technical Training and Support:
Iot Developer Challenge Forum. http://bit.ly/NAjFUG
Challenge FAQ http://bit.ly/1g8Xm4d
Five training videos on-demand about Java Embedded, IoT and Raspberry Pi as well as a great demo of a Gemalto application. http://bit.ly/1imi3cC
Five more live sessions coming up, where you can ask questions. Next: Using I2C Component with Raspberry Pi on April 1st http://bit.ly/1imibc2
About the Challenge
Submit your application by May 30, 2014 http://bit.ly/19w6OJZ
The challenge rules are here http://bit.ly/1nKlRKe

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