The first course, Connecting Things, focuses on identifying, designing, prototyping, and presenting an IoT solution that securely solves a current business or social problem.
Students will develop the interdisciplinary skillsets required to prototype an IoT solution for a specific business case with a strong focus on the security considerations for emerging technologies. Tools: Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Prototyping Lab, and Packet Tracer.
Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
- Learn basic prototyping techniques
- Learn basic Python programming
- Build an end-to-end prototype
- Build an IoT Systems solution
- Diagram a business model for a given business or social endeavor using the Business Model Canvas
- Understand and explain the concepts, opportunities and challenges of digital transformation using IoT
- Interconnect sensors/actuators, microcontrollers (Arduino), Single Board Computers (Raspberry Pi) and cloud services (Cisco Spark restful API) to create an end-toend IoT system
- Understand the relevant aspects of cybersecurity and privacy for an IoT solution
- Understand how digitalization is changing vertical markets such as manufacturing, energy, and smart cars
- Use simulation tools (Packet Tracer) to create end-to-end IoT system
The course contains these components:
- Things and Connections
- Sensors, Actuators and microcontrollers
- Software is Everywhere
- Fog Networks and Cloud Computing
- IoT Applications in Business
- Create an IoT Solution
- Connecting Things students should have a basic understanding of how to network devices in a LAN and connect them to the internet; an ability to solve basic algorithmic problems using a programming language; knowledge of basic physics concepts such as current, voltage, resistance, and power; and a familiarity with Cisco Packet Tracer
Career pathways include: IT/technical support, field service technician, help desk technician, network support technician, and more.
The course is delivered in 30-40-hour training instructor-led.
Classes are usually held one times a week on three-hour sessions or two times a week on one-hour sessions.
Fundamental knowledge of any programming language with exposure to variables, arithmetic, logic, loops, and functions Fundamental knowledge of physics covering current, voltage, resistance, and power.
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