RF microwave and Wireless Training Courses
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Internet of Things-IoT Training Courses
Internet of Things
Analysts estimate that 20+ Billion devices will get connected to the Internet by 2020*. In this exploding Internet of Things (IoT), users, things and cloud services connect using the Internet to enable new use cases and new business models across multiple markets and applications.
Texas Instruments and CommTech Knowledge will provide the training required to enable the IoT, regardless of the key markets in which your ideas are going to be implemented.
Challenges in the Internet of Things
The building blocks of technology require delivery on the most fundamental challenges.
Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity Protocols
covered during the course
There exists an almost bewildering choice of connectivity options application developers working on products and systems for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Depending on the application, factors such as range, data requirements, security and power demands and battery life will dictate the choice of one or some form of combination of technologies. These are some of the major communication technologies on offer to developers.
The course duration is — academic hours and will be delivered over — meetings of 5 academic hours each
This is a comprehensive and intensive course. (see the course syllabus)
The course is presented by leading technical experts from industry and academia with many years of experience. (see Lecturers)
While the promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) brings many new business prospects, it also presents significant challenges ranging from technology architectural choices to security concerns. CommTech’s Internet of Things Training course offers important insights on how to overcome these challenges and thrive in this exciting space.
This course is unique in terms of the wide range of disciplines and technologies it covers, due to the wide diverse of applications and services involved.
The course provides a thorough introduction to fundamental as well as state of the art topics behind the Internet of Things including: Services and applications (Use cases), IoT Architectures, Wireless Connectivity (LTE, 5G, WiFi, BLE, ZigBee, NFC etc.), IoT standards and Protocols (6LoWPAN, MQTT, Mosquitto, REST, CoAP etc.)Hardware/Embedded Systems, Software/Firmwares & OS/RTOS (TinyOS, Contiki, RIOT, ARM mbed etc.), Wireless Sensor Networks, Cloud Computing, IoT Security, Big Data and more. For a full detailed course syllabus see here