What is Internet of Things ?
The Internet of Things is the concept of everyday objects – from industrial machines to wearable devices – using built-in sensors to gather data and take action on that data across a network. So it’s a building that uses sensors to automatically adjust heating and lighting. Or production equipment alerting maintenance personnel to an impending failure. Simply put, the Internet of Things is the future of technology that can make our lives more efficient.
How does it Impact you?
“Anything that can be connected, will be connected.” Say for example you are on your way to a meeting; your car could have access to your calendar and already know the best route to take.The reality is that the IoT allows for virtually endless opportunities and connections to take place, many of which we can’t even think of or fully understand the impact of today.
Introduction to IOT
– What Is the Internet of Things (IoT)
– Current Business Trends in IOT
– Benefits of IOT
– Barriers of IOT
– Case Study
– IoT Application Architecture
– What is Sensors and Actuators
– Types of Sensor & their Significance
IOT Communication Layer
– Network Protocols
– Raspberry PI
– Wireless & Bluetooth
– IoT protocols: MQTT/MQTTS, CoAP, 6LoWPAN, like TCP, UDP, HTTP/S.
– Hands on End to End IoT Session
– Introduction to Cloud Computing
– Introduction to Amazon Web Servers
– AWS IOT Implementations
IOT Frame Work
– Introduction to IOT Frame Work
– Types of Framework available in Market – GE predix, Thing Worx, AXEDIA, AWS IOT, AZURE IOT
– Hands on End to End Session on Retail Domain
History of the Internet of Things
We’ve been fascinated with gadgets that function on a grander scale for decades (think spy movie-type stuff) – but it’s only been in the past several years that we’ve seen the IoT’s true potential. The concept evolved as wireless Internet became more pervasive, embedded sensors grew in sophistication and people began understanding that technology could be a personal tool as well as a professional one.
The term “Internet of Things” was coined in the late 1990s by entrepreneur Kevin Ashton. Ashton, who’s one of the founders of the Auto-ID Center at MIT, was part of a team that discovered how to link objects to the Internet through an RFID tag. He said he first used the phrase “Internet of Things” in a presentation he made in 1999 – and the term has stuck around ever since.
About this Internet of Things Course
The Internet of Things is rapidly growing. It is predicted that more than 25 billion devices will be connected by 2020.
In this Internet of Things course, you will learn about the major components of the Internet of Things and how data is acquired from sensors. You will also examine ways of analyzing event data, sentiment analysis, facial recognition software and how data generated from devices can be used to make decisions.
You will learn about Networks, protocols and basic software for the Internet of Things (IoT), How automated decision and control can be done with IoT technologies.Discuss devices including sensors, low power processors, hubs/gateways and cloud computing platform and will learn about different platforms of IoT Like GE Predix, Axedia, Thing worx etc.