You will learn the fundamentals of stepper motors and the Arduino platform step-by-step, from basics to advanced topics like controlling motors with sensor inputs. By the end of this course, you’ll be able to create your own projects for robotics or IoT.
With 4 hours of step-by-step video lessons, this course is perfect for Arduino beginners and intermediates looking to use stepper motors to create dynamic, precise movement in their projects.
Plus, no costly tools are required to follow along with the hands-on projects of this course. That means no multimeter, oscilloscope, or soldering iron required. You only need the project hardware.
A Course for Hands-On Learners
Learn how to build Arduino-powered projects with confidence. You will learn how to use Arduino to build a range of exciting projects, from getting your first motor to move to fully controlling motors using sensor inputs. By the end of this course, you’ll have an arsenal of tools to help you create your own projects for robotics or IoT.
Exploring Arduino with Industry Professionals
Created and taught by a team of experienced industry professionals, you can be sure that you’re gaining knowledge, skills, and best-practices that are the most up-to-date. Our team aims to give you the insights and training you wouldn’t find in any textbook or YouTube tutorial. With an emphasis on creativity and innovation, we are passionate about helping you become successful Arduino developers and hobbyists.
Who this course is for:
- Educators interested in teaching students about STEM
- Entrepreneurs looking to prototype their ideas
- DIYers wanting to build robots or explore the Internet of Things
- Anyone interested in developing their skills in embedded systems
- How to set up and use the Arduino platform
- How to use a breadboard
- The basics of digital, analog, and PWM signals and how to use them on the Arduino platform
- Explanations are beginner friendly and built upon a grade 10 math and science background
- To follow along with the hands-on practice, you will need the project hardware which is listed in the 1st chapter
Last Updated 3/2023