IoT Essentials, Internet of Things Essentials
To fully understand the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT), it’s necessary to comprehend IoT essentials. One of the biggest drivers of IoT essentials is 5G itself.
5G is anticipated to provide $12.3 trillion of global economic output. Added to that amazing statistic, 5G is also expected to support 22 million jobs by 2035.
Enter the Internet of Things. The boost it receives from 5G technology is all encompassing. In other words, 5G has revolutionized IoT because it enables billions of additional devices to connect to the internet.
And this 5G/IoT relationship is not just limited to domestic use. Most analysts believe the greatest potential lies in industrial IoT from manufacturing and agricultural use to retail, healthcare and more.
In fact, there is now a whole field of specialized IoT cases made possible by 5G architecture referred to as Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing how businesses optimize processes and engage customers.
IoT facilitates tech interaction to promote digital transformation. In recent years, IoT adoption has skyrocketed in almost all industries. The Internet of Things has opened up new avenues for growth and optimization.
In fact, 83% of the organizations that implemented IoT technology have improved their efficiency. Consequently, the business world is increasingly investing in IoT technology as shown in these statistics:
- 80% of manufacturing companies are planning to invest in IoT
- 90% of retailers are planning to use the Internet of Things to customize the in-store experience
- 90% of senior executives in media, tech, and telecom consider IoT as critical to growth
Businesses are incorporating IoT into their plans because IoT solutions can streamline existing processes across manufacturing, supply chain, production, and other industries. Streamlined operations minimize downtime and decrease costs.
IoT technology is also helping businesses gather and analyze more data for a better customer experience.
IoT-powered industrial robots reduce losses caused by human negligence. Plus, robots can work 24/7. They increase production output and also help manufacturers reduce the cost of operations.
IoT Essentials, Internet of Things Essentials Course by Tonex
IoT Essentials, Internet of Things Essentials a 2-day training course targets business, networking and IT professionals who wish to gain critical skills in IoT technology including fundamentals of IoT, strategies for planning and implementation, IoT products and services, rand IoT implementation with 5G.
Participants will learn about IoT technology trends, deployments and convergence.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for engineers, scientists, technicians, business professionals, non-engineers and managers in IoT planning, selling, development, analysis, test & evaluation and operations.
What You Will Learn
- Basic IoT definitions and concepts
- IoT services, products, segments, revenue model, requirements, standards, and implementations
- IoT implementation
- Foundational tools for IoT engineering
Basics of IoT
- IoT 101
- IoT services and customer segments
- B2C vs. B2B application
- Industrial IoT
- Industry 4.0 and IoT
- IoT applications
- IoT standards
- IoT enabling technologies
- IoT architecture
- Applications, hardware, sensors, Systems-on-a-Chip, firmware, device drivers, application software, connectivity, cloud, and security
- Role of wired and wireless communication
- IoT and LTE/5G communication and networking protocols
- Big data and analytics
Overview of IoT Connectivity Methods and Technologies
- Wireless 101
- RF 101
- ZigBee PRO, ZigBee 3.0 and ZigBee IP
- Bluetooth and BLE (BT5.0)
- 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
- Speed Frame Exchange
- GSM, CDMA, GPRS,3G, LTE, small cells, SATCOM
- LTE and 5G
- Sensors and sensor networks
- Serial communication
- Power consumption and optimization
- Wired connectivity
- Real-time systems and embedded software
- Big data
- Cloud computing and storage
- Augmented Reality
Evaluation of IoT
- 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
IoT Integration with IT systems
- Cost/benefit constraints
- End-to-end compatibility
- Application Architecture
- Lifecycle solution management
- Real-time response and delay
- IoT and Blockchain
- IoT Modeling and Simulation
- IoT (Internet of Things) Wireless & Cloud Computing
- Industrial IoT on Cloud Platforms
- Architecting Smart IoT Devices
- Internet of Things and Embedded Systems
- IoT and Embedded Hardware
- IoT Python Programming for The Raspberry Pi Platform
- Emerging IoT and Big Data Technologies