Introduction to IoT and 5G Training
In the simplest terms, the Internet of Things (IoT) is how we describe the digitally connected universe of everyday physical devices.
These devices are embedded with internet connectivity, sensors and other hardware that allow communication and control via the web.
The IoT time has come because the 5G era is now here. In other words, 5G is the foundation for realizing the full potential of IoT.
Significant operator investment in 5G technology, spectrum and infrastructure, together with the implementation of global standards, are also helping to drive growth and increase market interest in the IoT.
5G provides a range of benefits to the IoT which were not available with 4G or other technologies. These include 5G’s ability to support a massive number of static and mobile IoT devices, which have a diverse range of speed, bandwidth and quality of service requirements.
Powered by 5G technology, the IoT has become one of the most important technologies of the 21st century. Now that we can connect everyday objects—kitchen appliances, cars, thermostats, baby monitors—to the internet via embedded devices, seamless communication is possible between people, processes and things.
By means of low-cost computing, the cloud, big data, analytics and mobile technologies, physical things can share and collect data with minimal human intervention. In this hyperconnected world, digital systems can record, monitor, and adjust each interaction between connected things.
In other words, the physical world meets the digital world—and they cooperate.
With cloud-based IoT applications, business users can quickly enhance existing processes for supply chains, customer service, human resources and financial services. There’s no need to recreate entire business processes.
The ability of IoT to provide sensor information as well as enable device-to-device communication is driving a broad set of applications, which can provide important features, such as:
- Creating new efficiencies in manufacturing through machine monitoring and product-quality monitoring.
- Improving the tracking and “ring-fencing” of physical assets.
- Using wearables to monitor human health analytics and environmental conditions.
- Driving efficiencies and new possibilities in existing processes.
- Enabling business process changes.
Understanding what the IoT is and what it can do is important for organizations and agencies to be successful.
IoT presents both operators and industries with a fertile ground for innovations and new ways of engaging their end customers. Key success factors will be the ability to launch new services with a short time-to-market from idea to commercial offering combined with the right business models and access to a rich array of complementary offerings from ecosystem partners.
Ultimately what makes the Internet of things especially exciting is that we don’t yet know the exact use cases or just exactly how it has the potential to have a major impact on our lives.
Introduction to IoT and 5G Training, On-Demand Online Course
Introduction to IoT and 5G Training covers key IoT and 5G principles, requirements, components of networking, interconnection, system security, and regulations.
5G technologies address a variety of IoT applications in many fields, but those related with IoT are of particular interest given the great number of devices that are being connected.
This is a fundamental IoT course covering the key technologies and operational concepts behind Internet of Things and 5G connected devices.
Participants will gain a working knowledge of IoT, the communications standard used by IoT applications. In this course, discover all you need to know to effectively plan, design, implement, test and evaluate IoT standards. Understand the important protocol requirements set forth by the 3GPP and ITU-T standards. Discover the dos and don’ts as you use IoT and 5G.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for systems engineers, hardware and software design engineers, managers, analysts, regulators and employees with little or no IoT and 5G experience. The course is also useful for those who have experience with IoT/5G but have never had any formal training on the standard including:
- Telecom Operators
- Networks Operators
- Electrical Engineers
- Telecommunications Engineers
- Technical and Product Marketing
- Equipment and Device Manufacturers
- IoT Architects and Designers
- Computer Scientists
What You Will Learn
- A basic understanding of IoT application scenarios
- 5G and its IoT use cases
- Specify key characteristics of 5G IoT
- The requirements for 5G IoT
- An overview of IoT-capable systems
- How to plan and design a 5G-enabled IoT system
- How to implement IoT on a 5G network
- Describe the key features of the 5G IoT channels and air interface
- Illustrate 5G massive IoT and end-to-end 5G RAN and core network architecture
- Describe data delivery methods for 5G IoT
Module 1: IoT and 5G Applications Scenarios
- A Brief Overview of 5G and IoT
- IoT Characteristics
- IoT Application Characteristics
- Massive IoT, Broadband IoT, Critical IoT, Industrial Automation IoT and Cellular IoT (CIoT)
- Massive Machine Type Communications (mMTC)
- Characteristics and 5G IoT Solutions
- IoT Requirements and Enabling Technologies
- IoT Architecture
- Major Components of IoT
- Hardware, Sensors, Systems-on-a-chip, application software, connectivity, cloud and security
- IoT Communication and Networking Protocols
- IoT Standards
Module 2: Overview of Selected 5G IoT Use Cases
- Industrial Digitization
- Industry 4.0
- Intelligent Health Management
- Smart Agriculture
- Intelligent Transportation Infrastructure
- Smart Grid
- Smart Factories
- Smart Cities
Module 3: 5G Requirements of IoT
- IoT Radio Channels
- IoT Channel Capacity
- Optimization of 5G IoT
- 5G IoT Capacity Management and Optimization
- Single Cell Point-to-Multipoint
- Coverage Enhancements
- Network Slicing
- Resource Efficiency
- Management for IoT
- Bulk Operations for IoT
- Efficient User Plane
- Network Capability Exposure
- Energy Efficiency
- Priority, QoS and Policy Control
- QoS Monitoring
- End-to-end Security
- End-to-end Compatibility
Module 4: IoT Deployment in 5G
- Applicability of 5G to IoT
- 5G Evolution and Roadmap for IoT
- Short range, Medium Range connectivity, and Low power wide area networks (LPWAN)
- NB-IoT, LTE-M
- Dynamic Network Slicing
- Network Exposure
- Spectrum Flexibility
- Device Flexibility
- Inter Radio Access (RAT) Support
- Interface with NB-IoT and LTE-M
- Non-public Networks
- Cyberphysical Control Applications in Vertical Domains
- 5G Support for Industrial IoT Applications Utilizing Robotics
- Cyberphysical-based Manufacturing Systems (CPMS)
- Cyberphysical Production Systems (CPPS)
Module 5: Main Challenges of the IoT in 5G Network
- IoT Electromagnetic Spectrum and its Regulation
- IoT and Dynamic Spectrum Access
- Spectral Efficiency
- Spectrum Monitoring
- Interference and Jamming
- Path Loss
- Power Budget
- Range versus speed
- New spectrum allocations for 5G
- IoT Power Density and Coverage
- Battery Life Enhancements
- Power Save Mode
- Deployment Scenarios
- Radio Resources and Channels
- 5G Network and Device Enhancements for IoT
- Downlink Traffic Processing
- Uplink Traffic Processing
- Security Threats and Mitigations
Module 6: 5G IoT Positioning and Location Services
- IoT Device Positioning
- Received signal strength (RSS)
- Time-of-arrival (TOA)
- Angle-of-arrival (AOA
- Time difference of arrival (TDoA)
- E-CID (E-Cell ID)
Case Study 1: IoT Device Testing, Compatibility and Marketplace
Case Study 2: Data Rate and Density Requirements for Various Broadband Scenarios
- Frequency bands
- Deployment and coverage
- Device support
- IoT Requirements
- Critical and Mass
- Data rate and density requirements for various broadband scenarios
- Urban macro
- Indoor hotspot
- Broadband access in a crowd
- High-speed train
- High-speed vehicle
Introduction to IoT and 5G