Mangaluru: BIT-IEEE student branch, in collaboration with IEEE MSS, hosted the “Innobytes-23” one-day Hands-on IoT workshop at the International Seminar Hall on December 4, 2023.
Dr. Abdullah Gubbi, the Branch Counselor of BIT-IEEE Student Branch, welcomed attendees and spoke about the workshop’s objective of providing practical knowledge and hands-on experience in the field of the Internet of Things (IoT).
During his welcome address, Dr. Gubbi highlighted the importance of staying updated with technological advancements, particularly in the rapidly evolving landscape of IoT. He encouraged participants to capitalize on the learning opportunities presented by the workshop.
The keynote address was delivered by Dr. SI Manjur Basha, Principal of BIT-Mangalore, who provided insights into the transformative power of IoT across various industries, highlighting its potential to drive innovation.
Prof. Ashwini Holla, Chief Guest and IEEE Women in Engineering Chair Elect, was a notable presence at the event. She spoke about the benefits of IEEE membership, encouraging students to actively participate in competitions for skill enhancement. Prof. Holla emphasized the role of organizations like IEEE in providing collaborative and knowledge-sharing environments.
Salma Nadaf, a student of Electronics and Communication Engineering, served as the Master of Ceremonies (MC) for the event. Prof. Umme Najma from the Computer Science and Engineering department delivered the vote of thanks, expressing gratitude to the speakers, organizers, and participants.
The workshop concluded at 4:30 PM in the Mobile Application Lab.
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