A virtual environment developed to perform innovation laboratory experiences. It lets teachers prepare students how to code. The students can code a microcontroller in a simple way by handling the virtual environment’s control parameters.
An “Assembly” allows to code the Sketch in order to make the microcontroller work in accordance with the virtual environment. The virtual environment shows a virtual world with several scenarios that simulate the operation of innovative systems. The students can preserve the performance of the system by coding the microcontroller because the random environmental conditions affect the systems.
It is a well-thought-out system for flowers farm. Flowering takes place according to the internal condition such as temperature, soil moisture, ventilation. The students can handle the operation of the greenhouse system through coding. For instance, if the level of soil moisture – detected by a sensor – is low then the student will code to prepare an irrigation, and so on. The result being a flower’s 3D model growing step by step. If microcontroller is not well coded then the flowers will dry!
The photovoltaic system is developed for the electricity production from solar energy, through the photovoltaic effect. The photovoltaic system consists of 6 monocrystalline panels and is equipped with a solar tracker that it is able to orient the panels toward whatever sun’s position may be.
Wind farm is used to transform kinetic energy of the wind to electricity. If the weather conditions are suitable for production the system will work. The student can code the microcontroller circuit to automate handling of the actuators in the wind farm.
The smart home’s control circuit allows you to automate handling of the components’ home environments – such as lighting, temperature, roller shutters. The areas affect by the automation are: kitchen, living room, bedroom, garden.