DATES: 08 DEC 2018 | 27 JUN 2019
DURATION: 1 day
The Internet of Things will involve trillions of connected devices which uses cloud computing and cloud based applications for accessibility. According to a report by Gartner, IoT will include 26 billion units installed by 2020 and the real value of the Internet of Things is at the intersection of gathered data and analytics performed on the data. Till date IoT-enabled business solutions were primarily in, on-premises data centers or in the cloud. But do you want to know the latest in the IoT technology stack that the enterprises will find maximum value in?
This workshop will outline the latest trends in IoT with regard to technology, use cases, priorities and the various business segments in IoT which will be covered on the first half of the day. The second half of the day will be a demonstration of an IoT use case combining different hardware and software services.
With the emergence of sensors, advances in communication technologies and cloud computing, we are moving towards a new paradigm, which will involve trillions of connected devices – IoT, Internet of Things. IoT will transform how we compute today.
This seminar will focus on the core technologies behind Internet of Things. This seminar will address the concepts of IoT in order to build the next-generation computing paradigm from infrastructure, communication, sensor technologies, networking technologies, data/databases/analytics and security aspects. After the seminar, participants will have a good understanding of the different components of an IoT eco-system.
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Introduces the concepts of IoT and its importance from an organization and government perspectives.
Explain the various technologies behind IoT, such as communication technologies, power-energy management & optimization, network topologies and IoT protocols.
Explain the various components and elements of IoT such as Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), Addressing schemes, Data, storage & analytics, Visualization and Security.
Upon completing the workshop, the participants will be able to :