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Smart Home Automation market is expected to reach 20.8 billion USD by the year 2020 -Statista

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What is IoT and its Future?

Internet of Things is one of the sharply growing technology trends of our times, which owns the potential to radically impact the way businesses and consumers interact with one another. In the recent times, the market adoption rate of the IoT technology has grown enormously, and is expected that more than 25 billion devices will be connected to one another by the end of 2020. This accordingly is generating a huge demand for certified Internet of Things specialists in the global market.

Getting Started with the Internet of Things

To match the escalating business momentum, Kovid Academy is offering a stimulating course on the Internet of Things. The course introduces the design and methodologies of the IoT systems, IoT application development, and IoT optimization, along with a hands-on practical knowledge on various Internet of Things applications and projects. The course also educates the participants to examine the different ways of analyzing the data, and discovering how this data can be used for effective decision making.

Master IoT using Raspberry Pi Projects with Kovid Academy

As a part of the training curriculum, the participants will be exposed to a powerful learning environment where they are required to build and implement their own IoT applications using the Raspberry Pi boards and other electronic devices.

Note: A hardware development kit will be supplied to the participants, whose fee will be included in the course fee.

In short, the Internet of Things course from Kovid Academy will enable the learners to get acquainted with the next big thing happening in the IT industry.

Learn IoT with Ease

To make the learning flexible for everyone, Kovid Academy is offering the ‘Internet of Things’ training course in three delivery formats i.e. instructor led live online, interactive classroom, and self-paced learning. Thereby enabling the learners to choose the mode they are convenient with.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of computers and electronic systems will be beneficial (but not mandatory).

Who can attend the course?

This course is designed for:

  • Graduates and Post-graduates with a background in Electronics/Electrical Engineering or Computer Science
  • IT Professionals
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Solution Architects
  • Other professionals working in a variety of industries such as Manufacturing, Automobile, Logistics, Transportation, Designing, Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, and Retail, etc.

prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge of computers and electronic systems will be beneficial (but not mandatory).

Who is the right candidate for this course?

This course is designed for:

  • Graduates and Post-graduates with a background in Electronics/Electrical Engineering or Computer Science
  • IT Professionals
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Solution Architects
  • Other professionals working in a variety of industries such as Manufacturing, Automobile, Logistics, Transportation, Designing, Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Retail, etc.

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Define what the Internet of Things is?
  • Explain every layer of IoT and its role
  • State the importance and process for using the M2M wireless protocols
  • Use the sensors, hubs, and gateways
  • Explain about cloud computing platforms and the IoT components that work with it
  • Define about data science and the audio-visual content processing
  • State the security concerns and provide relevant security solutions to them

Course Curriculum

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Module 1: Introduction to Internet of Things

  • What is IoT?
  • Background & Significance
  • IoT for Weather Monitoring
  • Developing & Implementing IoT Technologies
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Distributed Computing

Module 2: Architecture of IoT

  • Introduction
  • Protocols
  • Network, Device & Application Architecture of IoT
  • Client Server vs Publish Subscribe Architecture

Module 3: Introduction to Sensors

  • Introduction
  • Sensor Calibration
  • Sensor Maintenance
  • Development of Sensor Communication Protocols
  • Sensor Deployment
  • Calibration Techniques
  • Powering options for Sensors

Module 4: M2M Communication Protocols

  • Introduction
  • Sensor Network & Ad-hoc Network
  • Wireline & Wireless Networks
  • Wi-Fi Standards
  • Bluetooth
  • RF Communication Links

Module 5: Machine Learning for IoT

  • Introduction
  • Learning Classification techniques
  • Fraud & Alert Analytics
  • Image & Video Analytics
  • Scalability Issues

Module 6: Security Implementation

  • Introduction
  • Basics of Network Security
  • Security Breach in IoT
  • Encryption & Cryptography Implementation
  • Secure Booting & Authentication
  • Firewalling & IPS
  • Updates & Patches

Module 7: Cloud Computing Platform

  • Introduction
  • Cloud Architecture
  • Concepts of Cloud Computing
  • Role of Cloud Computing in IoT
  • Deployment Models & Techniques

Module 8: Raspberry Pi

  • Introduction
  • Features of Raspberry Pi
  • Interfaces
  • Programming Environment

Questions & Answers

Have you asked the toaster about the today’s weather? No. Not a problem, I have checked with my coffee machine, and it showed 82o Fahrenheit. Those who are aware of IoT can understand what I am talking about? Because, this will be going to be our future. There are a series of discussions going around the next big thing- Internet of Things (IoT), and you might probably have come across the prediction that the world will have 50 billion devices connected by the end of 2020.

Internet of Things (IoT)

Now that the businesses have started to harness the data generated by the internet of things, there is a great demand for the skilled IoT engineers who can scratch the surface with a ways of IoT to offer the consumers a world of endless possibilities.

As there is a growing number of opportunities landing in the field of IoT, newbies or professionals who are looking to kick-start their career with the Internet of Things (IoT) requires more attention while getting prepared for the interviews.

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To make the things bit easier for the IoT aspirants, we have framed the most commonly asked interview questions & answers in this article.

1. What is Internet of Things (IoT)?

Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of interconnected objects that uses embedded technology to sense and communicate with their internal states or the external environments. IoT is all about connecting the objects (devices) over the Internet and enabling them to interact with us and other objects.

2. Why Internet of Things (IoT)?

The real value of the IoT is not about making the lights turn on or off when the vehicle reaches its parking bay, rather the data that the connected devices gather about its users. The data collected later can allow the consumers, businesses, and connected cities to work in a more efficient manner.

3. Name the main parts/components of the Internet of Things (IoT) system.

IoT has three main parts, which are:

  1. Devices embedded with sensors
  2. Network connectivity
  3. Data storage application/system>

IoT system parts

4. How does the Internet of Things ( IoT ) work?

Internet of Things is not different from the Internet, but an extension to it. Virtual objects such as thermostats, street lights, fitness trackers, drones, etc. are the basis for IoT, which are embedded with sensors, processors and communication hardware that enables to interact and collect data from one another.
IoT work

5. What does the term ‘things’ mean in the context of Internet of Things?

A ‘thing’ in the context of IoT is any physical object or an entity having an embedded unique identifier with the ability to transfer data over the network.

6. What is Internet of Everything (IoE)?

Internet of Everything (IoE) is defined as an intelligent connection of people, data, process, and things.
IoE

7. Why Internet of Everything (IoE) is important?

Internet of Everything brings people, data, process, and things together to make the networked connections more reliable and consistent than ever before- transforming the information into actions, thereby creating new opportunities and capabilities for individuals, businesses, and cities.

8. How does the Internet of Everything (IoE) relate to the Internet of Things (IoT)?

According to Cisco, Internet of Everything (IoE) builds on the foundation of the Internet of Things (IoT) by adding network intelligence, which enables orchestration, convergence, and visibility across formerly disparate systems.
Looks like a complex explanation, isn’t it? To make you understand easily, let us use a simple example of a railway transport. The IoT is equivalent to the railroad line, including the tracks and electric connections, whereas the IoE is the train, ticket machines, weather conditions, staff, and the commuters etc.

9. What is the significance of ‘network’ in the Internet of Everything (IoE)?

The role of the network is very crucial in the Internet of Everything, it offers an intelligent, secure, and manageable infrastructure to support the billions of context-aware devices.

10. What types of information do the IoT objects communicate?

IoT objects can communicate both simple and complex information, which completely relies upon the nature of the object.
For example, a smart thermostat can use a single sensor for communicating the ambient temperature to the remote weather monitoring station, whereas, a health monitoring device can use multiple sensors to communicate the temperature, heartbeat, pulse, blood pressure, etc. of a person to the medical service station via a mobile or computer.

11. What are the challenges of the Internet of Things (IoT)?

Though IoT is the next big thing happening around the globe, it includes some key challenges that make its viability more doubtful. Following are the five major challenges of the IoT.

  • Security – with the increase in the count of connected devices, the chances of getting exploited to new vulnerabilities via poorly designed devices also increase, which can expose the user’s data to theft.
  • Privacy – as the devices are connected to one another, the chances of getting it hacked are abundant. This again leads to the enhanced chances of stealing and misusing the user’s personal data.
  • Standards – lack of technology standards can allow the manufacturers to design the products to operate in any of the disruptive ways online, which can lead to negative consequences.
  • Waste Disposal – as the matter of obsolescence, million tons of e-waste is generated every year, of which only 20 percent is being recycled. This is showing an adverse effect on the environment, and ultimately affecting the human lifespan.
  • Energy Demands – Gartner predicted that the number of connected devices would reach to 25 billion by 2020. This requires the data centers more than 30 billion watts of electricity per year to power the Internet, and powering IoT with the growing energy demands will lead to the social problems.

12. What is M2M technology?

M2M literally means ‘Machine to Machine’, the technology that enables the machines and devices connected over a network to exchange information and perform actions without the human intervention.
M2M technology

13. What are the key components of a M2M system?

Following are the key components of a M2M system.

  • Sensors
  • RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Autonomic Computing

14. What is the difference between M2M and IoT?

M2M and IoT

15. What are the top 5 M2M applications in the world?

Following are the top 5 M2M applications in the world.

  • Utility companies – companies like oil, gas, etc. use the remote sensors at the drilled sites to gather regular data about the presence of oil and gas at a specific field places and transfers to the remote computer.
  • Traffic control – traffic systems use the sensors to the gather data related to the speed and volume of the vehicles and transfers across the computers to control the traffic signals.
  • Telemedicine – heart rate monitoring device will be given to the heart patients, which will monitor their heart rate and sends back shocks to them for adjusting any errant rhythms in their heart beat.
  • Banking – after the rise of the mobile banking, banks use sensors to update the mobile transactions in the bank’s central system and to monitor the available cash in the ATMs.
  • Inventory management – RFID tags on the products will help the retailers to keep a track of the available product quantity and to alert the retailers in the event of any theft activity.

16. What is IIoT?

IIoT stands for ‘Industrial Internet of Things’, is a bigger concept in the Internet of Things. The technology is an integration of various technologies like Big Data, Machine Learning, M2M Communication, Sensor data, and the automation that already exists in the industrial context.

17. Mention the advantages of an Industrial IoT.

Industrial IoT can greatly help the industries to improve its

  • Scalability
  • Efficiency
  • Connectivity
  • Cost savings
  • Time savings
  • Safety & operational efficiencies

Apart from the above mentioned, Industrial IoT also helps in real-time monitoring, predictive & proactive maintenance, resource/asset optimization, remote diagnosis, etc.

18. What are the major challenges of the industrial IoT?

Interoperability and security are the two major challenges surrounding the deployment of the Industrial IoT.

19. Name a few IoT protocols.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) have defined some protocols, of which the popular ones are listed below.

  • CoAP – Constrained Application Protocol
  • MQTT – Message Queue Telemetry Transport
  • XMPP – Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol
  • AMQP – Advanced Message Queuing Protocol
  • STOMP – Simple Text Oriented Messaging Protocol
  • VSCP – Very Simple Control Protocol
  • DDS – Data Distribution Service

20. How IoT will be going to affect our daily lives?

Internet of Things has already shown a deep impact on our daily lives. According to the Gartner, 4.9 billion devices were connected in 2015, which will reach to 25 billion by the year 2020. In the coming days, the IoT either through mobile phones or wearable gadgets is going to connect us in ways which we even can’t envision yet.

Conclusion

As the market for IoT is in great demand, there are abundant career opportunities growing across the globe. Make the best of your efforts to mark your unique presence in the market, for that all you need to do is to get trained by the IoT experts. Click here to book your training slot for IoT today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Today, almost everything is transforming into the smart technology, i.e. from mobiles to TVs, from refrigerators to cars, from schools to cities, and many more. To cope with such smart things, it has become crucial to understand how machines are inter-connected with one another. Moreover, the growing need of the inter-connected products across different businesses is generating a large demand for the IoT developers, which is further expected to grow double in the coming years.

Basic knowledge of computers and electronic systems will be beneficial (but not mandatory).

This course is designed for:

  • Graduates and Post-graduates with a background in Electronics/Electrical Engineering or Computer Science
  • IT Professionals
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Solution Architects
  • Other professionals working in a variety of industries such as Manufacturing, Automobile, Logistics, Transportation, Designing, Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Retail, etc.

For this course, we will provide you a hardware development kit, which will include:

  • Raspberry pi 2, Arduino Mega (ATMega2560)
  • 16 GB Memory card
  • HDMI-VGA Converter
  • 1A Power Adapter
  • Analog Temperature Sensors, proximity Sensors,
  • Switches, Breadboard, Alphanumeric LCDs, LEDs
  • Resistors, Transformers, PCD, Connecting LEDs etc.

Note: The kit will be shipped to your mailing address only after the receipt of the complete course fee.

Not to worry. All your sessions will be recorded, and uploaded in the LMS. You will be able to view it later as per your convenience.

Yes. Relevant course material and adequate references will be provided.

After successfully completing the training program, you are required to undertake a project work. Based on certain performance parameters and evaluation of the project work, you will be awarded with the Kovid certificate.

Yes, if you cancel your enrollment, then refund will be made to you after excluding the applicable cancellation fee. Please refer to our cancellation/refund policy for complete information.

In any unlikely event, if you are not satisfied with the course/training you may within the first session/day wish to withdraw from the course, then contact us on the same day and raise the refund request. Please refer to our cancellation/refund policy for complete information.

All our trainings are delivered through two interactive modes i.e. Instructor LED Live Online and Classroom training. You can select anyone based on your comfort levels.

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A NICE LEARNING EXPERIENCE

It was a good course, and the materials provided during the training program are effective to gain an in-depth knowledge related to the project management. Thank you Kovid.

GREAT COURSE! TOTALLY SATISFIED!!

The course was outstanding. I hadn’t ever imagined that just by undergoing the training program, I would be able to pass the certification examination in the first attempt. The way the experts has designed the course truly boosts the learning process. Frankly speaking, instructors are key to my success.