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Course 2 project: IoT Product Pitch

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Course 2 project: IoT Product Pitch

Hi,

This thread is dedicated to sharing your IoT Product Pitch that you create as part of your involvement in the "A Simple Framework for Designing IoT Products" course delivered on Udemy. Please share your pitch by clicking reply and adding your vignette.

IMPORTANT: after you click reply, click on the “Advanced Editor” text in the corner right so you have the option to add a document.

Thanks!

Alyssa, Jordan, and Ayora

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Newbie

Re: Course 2 project: IoT Product Pitch

Hello,

Please find attached the Course_2_pitch.

Thank you

Corneliu Caileanu

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Newbie

Re: Course 2 project: IoT Product Pitch

Hello again,

i skipped a question and i was forced to answer (in one way or another) to complete this stage. in consequence i was also forced to reload my pitch. so i do that know. i hope that there are not big inconveniences if two instances of the same message are registered for this course.

thank you for understanding.

Corneliu Caileanu

Newbie

Re: Course 2 project: IoT Product Pitch

Please find attachment as assignment

Newbie

Re: Course 2 project: IoT Product Pitch

Hello ,

I've attached the IoT project .


Newbie

Re: Course 2 project: IoT Product Pitch

Hi,

I've attached the second project to this post.

Thanks

Newbie

Re: Course 2 project: IoT Product Pitch

Hi,

Please see attached my Course 2 Presentation.

Enjoy!

Tom Barker

Marble

Re: Course 2 project: IoT Product Pitch

Thank you, Thomas! We hope you enjoyed our content!

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Re: Course 2 project: IoT Product Pitch

IoT Product Pitch

Newbie

Re: Course 2 project: IoT Product Pitch

Hi everyone,

I've thought about a device that can be put near the places where you keep your food (fridge, pantry, etc..) that is able to classify the food you buy. The first basic function is to give you a list of the food while you're away, but the real novelty could be that the system can combine information about the food of all the users, find patterns and then suggest the healthier and more balanced recipes. If you don't have all the ingredients for a recipe, you'll be notified on the smartphone so that you can buy the right things without thinking about it but simply following the tips. In particular, the algorithm behind the suggestion of the recipes should give priority to food that's expiring soon (of course the expiration date cannot be computed perfectly, so there will be an estimation that can be improved over time thanks to users feedback).