Diploma in Internet Of Things

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Eligibility: BE, B.Tech, ME, M.Tech

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Overview

Internet of things course

Description

Internet of Things Course Online is designed to cover the complete life cycle of IoT, this course covers both Gateway and edge node modeling. The course has several modules programming in C, C++, Python, and Hardware like LPC2129, Raspberry PI for IoT, IoT security, and cloud computing.  After going through all these modules will also work on building a capstone project which helps in understanding the complete IoT end to end.

The IoT Course is designed for those interested in learning about IoT principles and applications. By the end of the course, the student will be able to develop, implement, integrate, and test complex IoT software.

We provide a career-oriented Online IoT Certification Course that lets you learn the complete aspects of the IoT technology. Enroll Now.

Internet of Things Course Modules

IoT Specialization
  • ARM 7 & Cortex M3 programming using Embedded C
  • Python Programming
  • IoT Edge node
  • IoT Gateway & Security
  • Data Analysis and Visualization using Tableau
Prerequisites

C, DS, C++

Project Stream
  • Embedded Project development using wired/wireless technology such as GPS, GSM, BLE, Wi-Fi and sensors
  • Application development based on Data Structure (eg: Flood fund releasing data, cyber management systems, Bank management
  • system, contact management system)
  • Concurrent server to replicate a chat application using socket programming.
  • Ecommerce Server backend using socket programming
  • IoT based Advanced Security System
  • Remote monitoring and controlling using IOT communication Protocol
Platform
  • Ubuntu (Linux OS, with gcc compiler)
  • Lpc2129, Keil Micro vision

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FAQs

The bigger question is, how long does it take to unlearn IoT assumptions? IoT has hundreds of use cases. The numerous diversities can be confusing, since there are flavors of the same use case in different industries and different systems, providing thousands of examples. So let’s change the question to this: How long does it take to apply IoT to get an outcome that helps resolve a problem?

It is important to identify a problem look for an answer and avoid using an IoT idea to look for a problem, which happens too often. So, for home automation, where the apps are built using components from smartphone app stores, it takes an evening to get started. To get a Raspberry Pi running with input/output in the physical world takes a day on average, assuming you can use a Raspberry Pi. For a first business application, a few days, maybe weeks, maybe needed, depending on the complexity. Once you have experience with the first use case, it becomes easier, and then it takes three to five intensive weeks to understand the core use cases associated with the main outcomes.

Internet of Things is a very broad domain. In a nutshell, it’s to identify embedded devices and integrate them with web services.

Look for any technology trend or the most emerging technology, and I am sure that you will find something saying ‘connected’ or ‘smart’ or ‘intelligent’ on each page.

From your smartphone, the smartwatch to the refrigerator is getting smarter and interconnected to many other devices in order to share data. 

Think about big IT companies, manufacturers, and production. Everyone wants automation in one or another way. And it is not going to stop anytime soon. The idea of connecting unlimited devices to do things better, safer, faster, and easier has been considered a competitive advantage.

Learning about IoT helps IT decision-makers propose innovations that can drive improved business and personal outcomes. Implementing new solutions can save money and time, as well as improve safety and efficiency.

Many languages are used for IoT such as C, C++, Java, and Python.

For IoT hardware with low computing power and constrained RAM C language is of choice but for gateways and cloud platforms java is the top choice.

Any Engineering/Science graduate with a keen interest in IoT can take this IOT course.

Electronic hardware and Networking knowledge will be an added advantage. We provide basic hardware and programming skills required to learn IoT.

 

As India is a developing country, it has a wide IoT scope. According to Naukri.com, the future scope of IoT in India is very high as there are 117,114 job openings for IoT developers here. On the other hand, in the United States, the demand for an IoT Developer has jumped over 300 percent.

As we know that today every electronic device comes with an installed IoT system, and there is the bright future scope for IoT.

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