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IoT & IIoT Training

IoT & IIoT Training

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the new era in technology which maily uses in embedded systems, Industries , marine Aand IT industry.

IoT & IIoT Courses

Diploma in IoT Training

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IoT Training

  • IoT Architecture
  • Architecture.
  • Tech Stack.
  • Protocols.
  • Sensors
  • What is Sensor & Actuator?
  • What is good sensor?
  • Sensor properties.
  • Types of sensors
  • Sensor Demo - Proximity and IR sensors
  • What is Computer Vision?
  • Demo and applications of Computer Vision
  • Communication
  • Introduction to communication architecture- Network protocol stack
  • Different protocols
  • RF: ZigBee, Blue Tooth, BLE, Zwave, Mesh network.
  • Communication Channels: GSM/GPRS, 2G, 3G, LTE, WiFi, PLC
  • IoT protocols: MQTT/MQTTS, CoAP, 6LoWPAN, like TCP, UDP, HTTP/S.
  • Comparison of the different IoT protocols, advantages and disadvantages (limitations) of these IoT protocols.
  • IPv4 addressing problem for IoT and introduction to IPv6 is required to address more devices.
  • Application issues with RF protocol - power consumption, LOS, reliability. Security aspects.Showcase the GSM module.
  • What is LPWAN ?
  • LPWAN applications
  • LPWAN technologies
  • Cellular (3GPP) and Non 3GPP standards
  • Comparison of various protocols like Sigfox, LoRA and LoRAWAN, Weightless, NB-IoT, LTE-M
  • IIoT Architecture
  • Industry 4.0 Architecture
  • Fundamentals of IoT & Wireless Sensor Networks
  • OLE for Process Control (OPC)
  • OPC and DCOM Diagnostics
  • OPC Security
  • OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA)
  • The Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP)
  • MQTT
  • HTTP
  • Embedded C and ARM Cortex Microcontrollers
  • Embedded Linux
  • Fundamentals of IoT & Wireless Sensor Networks
  • IoT Protocols & Networking Fundamentals
  • Porting on ARM Cortex Microcontrollers
  • IoT Application Development
  • Difference between IIoT and consumer IoT Applications at technical level
  • How it will upgrade conventional M2M systems like SCADA
  • Know-how of building an IIoT project
  • Design considerations and IoT Security
  • Experience from building Osmosis platform
  • How secure is IoT?
  • Vulnerabilities
  • Key aspects for Securing IoT solutions
  • MQTT Architecture
  • Architecture principles and assumptions, Pub/Sub Model, Broker based architecture, Client decoupling
  • MQTT Features
  • Topics and Wild cards, QoS - Quality of Service,LWT, KeepAlive timer, Retain, Durable Sessions,MQTT over websockets
  • HTTP VS MQTT - Comparison
  • Comparison on factors like design point, scalability,architecture, code footprint, message size
  • MQTT - Security Concepts
  • Security challenges in IoT and constrained devices,Approach to security in MQTT, Different security mechanisms of MQTT
  • MQTT - Packet Structure
  • Control packet types, Headers
  • WSN - Wireless Sensor Networks
  • WSN and its applicability in IoT
  • MQTT - SN Architecture Features
  • MQTT-SN Architecture, Difference between MQTT and MQTT-SN
  • CoAP Architecture based on REST
  • Web and REST Architecture, Constrained RESTful Environments requirements and Architecture, CoAP Architecture, Types of messages
  • CoAP Features
  • URI and content-type support, Discovery of resources provided by known CoAP services, Subscription for a resource, and resulting push notifications, Caching based on max-age, REST model for small devices, Ready for integration Secure and Multicast Support
  • HTTP VS CoAP - Comparison
  • Comparison on factors like design point, scalability, architecture, code footprint, message size
  • 6LoWPAN and IPV6
  • What is IPV6? Why is it required? Adaptation layer on 6LowPAN
  • CoAP and 6LowPAN
  • Support of CoAP for 6LowPAN
  • Getting started with MQTT and CoAP Handson
  • Introduction to MQTT and CoAP plugins

Eligibility:B.Tech/B.E /Graduate / Diploma (Ongoing & Completed) Backlogs not an issue..

Registration Closing on : 27-11-2017

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