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Internet of Things: Technologies and Applications

Overview
The purpose of the course is to introduce the Internet-of-Things (IoT), along with the main technologies that it encompasses. The presentation of IoT technologies is driven by state-of-the-art IoT architectures and platforms and the components they comprise, which include sensing components, middleware components, data analytics components and business applications.
Objectives

The purpose of the course is to introduce the Internet-of-Things (IoT), along with the main technologies that it encompasses. The presentation of IoT technologies is driven by state-of-the-art IoT architectures and platforms and the components they comprise, which include sensing components, middleware components, data analytics components and business applications.

Who should attend

• Middle Managers (of companies in sectors like ICT, Health, Industry), who wish to understand opportunities associated with IoT technologies .
• Researchers and Young Entrepreneurs interested in building high-tech IoT products and services.
• ICT Developers and Solution Providers wishing to get started with IoT applications and Services.

Course Description

The rapid proliferation of internet-connected devices (e.g., mobile phones, multi-purpose sensors, actuators, wearables, embedded devices) enables a wide range of pervasive applications and renders the Internet-of-Things paradigm as the next evolutionary step in internet computing, which is already shaping the world’s economy and society.

The purpose of this course is to introduce the Internet-of-Things (IoT), along with the main technologies that it encompasses. The presentation of IoT technologies is driven by state-of-the-art IoT architectures and platforms and the components they comprise.

These include sensing components, middleware components, data analytics components and business applications. Key technologies that are affiliated with IoT are presented, including Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), IoT naming & addressing, along with the most prominent IoT standards. Special emphasis is put on the discussion of the convergence of IoT with cloud computing and the emerging BigData paradigm.

The course also discusses representative application areas, including smart cities, healthcare, manufacturing and more. Furthermore, the main IoT ecosystems (which are propelled by vendors such as Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and more) will be discussed.

Topics

1. Introduction to the Internet-of-Things Technologies and Applications
2. Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN)
3. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
4. IoT Semantic Interoperability
5. IoT Identification, Naming and Discovery
6. IoT and Cloud Computing Convergence
7. IoT Analytics and IoT BigData Convergence
8. Dominant IoT Ecosystems
9. IoT Development Tools
10. IoT in Smart Cities
11. IoT in Healthcare
12. IoT in Manufacturing & Connected Cars
13. Aligning IoT to Business & Product Strategy

Dates & Schedule

9-12 May, 2016

Instructors

John Soldatos

 

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“Outstanding instructors, material and training space!”

Firas Al-Ghool (2006), Program Manager, Ministry of Information & Telecommunication Technology, (Jordan)

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