IOT Training Course

The Internet of Things, commonly referred to as IoT, is the network of physical objects, devices, vehicles, buildings, and other items that’s been integrated into the technology of modern electronics, software, sensors, and other “things” with network connectivity that enables them to collect and exchange data. Once collected, this data becomes a powerful resource, which companies and technologies are tapping into, in revolutionary ways.

Why is Advanced IoT in demand?

IOT is fast becoming an indispensable part of our lives – often without us realizing it. Its applications extend to all areas of computing and internet connectivity, from the most commonly used devices (such as desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets) to the most complex devices. Homeowners can benefit from “Smart Homes”, while people with disabilities can use assistive technology such as voice control features to provide comfort and safety. The potential extends to almost any industry and facet of life, The data captured on these devices through sensors reveals interesting patterns that have immense value in business and marketing.

IOT Syllabus Curriculum

Introduction to the Internet of Things
Concepts and Definitions of The Internet of Things (IoT)
History of IoT
IoT standards
Functionalists and structure
IoT enabling technologies
IoT Architecture
Major component of IoT
Hardware, sensors, Systems-on-a-Chip, firmware, device drivers, application software, connectivity, cloud, and security
Role of wired and wireless
IoT communication and networking protocols
IoT services and applications
Big data and analytics
Cloud Computing and the Internet of Things
Semantic Web 3.0 Standard for M2M and IoT
IoT Platforms
Challenges of adapting the concepts

Wireless 101
RF 101
ZigBee PRO, ZigBee 3.0 and ZigBee IP
Bluetooth LE or Bluetooth Smart Technology
Home Automation (HA) Profile
Smart Energy (SE) Profile
Health Care
IEEE 802.15.4, IEEE 802.15.4e, 802.11ah 802.11ah, Wi-Fi HaLow
Relay Access Point (AP)
Grouping of stations
Target Wake Time (TWT)
Speed Frame Exchange
GSM, CDMA, GPRS,3G, LTE, small cells, SATCOM
Sensors and sensor networks
Serial communication
Power consumption and optimization
MIPI, M-PHY, UniPro, SPMI, BIF, SuperSpeed USB Inter-Chip (SSIC), Mobile PCIe (M-PCIe) and SPI Wired connectivity
Real-time systems and embedded software
Big data
Cloud computing and storage
Augmented Reality

Mobile integration
Data Visualization
Convergence with Social Networks
Value chain and Business models
User centric cloud based services
Analytical Hierarchy Process for technology selection
End-to-end security
Integration with IT systems
Cost/benefit constraints
End-to-end compatibility
Application Architecture
Lifecycle solution management
Real-time response and delay