Latin America. Samsung, in partnership with the Laboratory of Intellectual Systems Technology (LSI-TEC), opened a new period of online courses and free "Code IoT" to learn about the Internet of Things, programming, basic electronics, robotics and development of Android applications.

The classes are divided into three stages, with six weeks of 6 courses, in Portuguese, Spanish and English. Among the topics addressed are Introduction to the Internet of Things; Learn to Schedule; Electronics: concepts and basic components; Physical programming; Applications for mobile devices and connected smart objects.

The project, which since its inception in 2018 has received more than 1,000 people, benefits education professionals, students and technology stakeholders. Participants who complete the proposed tasks will receive a certificate of completion per course.

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Those interested can register and access the contents, from the June 10 and the last phase will be launched on September 2. To access the information, you can do it in this link: http://www.codeiot.org.br/

"Samsung seeks alliances that can contribute to the development of education through technology in constant evolution. For us, part of our role is to help expand the knowledge of people and, in this way, perfect professionals for the job market, "says Helvio Kanamaru, Senior Manager of Corporate Citizenship at Samsung Latin America.

Service: online and free courses on the Code IoT Platform

Start: 2º module: 10 for June / 3º module: 2 for September

registration: http://www.codeiot.org.br

Code IoT is a Samsung corporate citizenship program that aims to create a favorable environment for technological development and the training of new professionals.

Code Day
In addition to the Code IoT Platform, the alliance between Samsung and LSI-TEC offers Code Day, a day of face-to-face training for teachers and educators in the public sector that takes place in the OCEAN USP space (University of São Paulo), with 70 quotas . The next events will be May 25, August 10 and August 24.

Richard Santa, RAVT
Author: Richard Santa, RAVT
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Journalist from the University of Antioquia (2010), with experience in technology and economics. Editor of the magazines TVyVideo + Radio and AVI Latin America. Academic Coordinator of TecnoTelevisión & Radio.

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