In the hackathon, you’ll apply the multidisciplinary skills learned in Connecting Things, IoT Security and Big Data & Analytics to identify and solve a real-world problem.
Student reinforce and deepen their multidisciplinary IoT and data skills by defining, designing, prototyping and presenting an IoT solution to a panel of industry experts and peers.
Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
- Inspiration: select and present the problem to be solved
- Ideation: present the solution to the different experts
- Prototyping: create prototype action plan including objects and visuals
- Testing: present the concept and validate prototype
- Presentation: present the solution to the judging panel and demo the prototypes
- Inspiration: understand, select and present the problem to be solved to recruit fellow partners
- Ideation: invent a concept that doesn’t already exist to solve a social issue. Learn how to present the solution to experts who will mentor students
- Prototyping: create a prototyping action plan, including objects and visuals to illustrate their plan and will help an expert understand the concept and prototyping needs
- Testing: present the concept and validate the prototype with a second expert, including user experience and enhancements
- Presentation: present the solution and demo the prototypes to an expert panel.
The course contains these components:
- Module 0: Facilitator Hackathon Preparation
- Hackathon Team
- Event Planing
- Post Hackathon
- Psychological Concepts for Better Design
- Stanford Design School Methods
- Module 2: Student Hackathon Preparation
- Pre-Hackathon Information
- Post Hackathon Activities
- 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.
- Big Data & Analytics assumes students have completed of Connecting Things and have experience writing and debugging Python code.
- Hackathon Playbook assumes students have taken Connecting Things, Big Data & Analytics or have a similar background.
Career pathways include: IT/technical support, field service technician, help desk technician, network support technician, and more.
The course is delivered in 20-30-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.
|IoT Big Data and Analytics||150.00 €|
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