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IEEE Guide to the Internet of Things (IoT)
There will be more than 24 billion Internet of Things devices installed by 2020. The way we live our lives and do business will be fundamentally changed as these devices lower operating costs, improve efficiency, and expand markets. Is your organization ready?
Get Internet of Things training from IEEE. IEEE Guide to the Internet of Things (IoT) Program is a series of 8 training courses, led by top researchers in the field, to give your organization the foundational knowledge it needs now to prepare for the Internet of Things.
In this 8-course program, your team will learn:
- What the Internet of Things is, along with its applications, challenges, and future opportunities
- How the Healthcare industry is applying Internet of Things concepts, to help you consider ways this technology may affect your industry
- Real-life applications of the Social Internet of Things, while exploring the underlying architecture needed to support these applications
These courses are designed for professionals working in engineering, IT, computer science and related fields across all industries who require up-to-date information on the latest technologies, as well as their managers.
Upon successful completion of IEEE Guide to the Internet of Things course program, your engineers will receive valuable CEUs/PDHs from IEEE that can be used to maintain engineering licenses.
Meet the Instructors
IEEE has partnered with some of the top researchers in the fields of Computer Science, eHealth, and Telecommunications.
Antoni Martínez Ballesté
Course Program Details
IEEE Guide to the Internet of Things training program from IEEE includes the following courses:
What is the Internet of Things
This course provides an overview of the Internet of Things technology, and a range of application areas and challenges are discussed, including the broader implications of networked small devices and associated security challenges.
IoT Software: Fundamental Concepts and State of the Art
This course covers IoT applications, requirements, design methodologies, software architectures and programming, and specific development frameworks.
Exploring IoT Industry Applications: The Evolution of Internet of Things for Healthcare
In this course, we’ll explore how the Healthcare industry is applying Internet of Things concepts, to help you consider ways this technology may affect your industry.
Exploring IoT Industry Applications: Limitations of Wireless Technology on Healthcare IoT
In this course you’ll learn about the characteristics and limitations imposed by the physical wireless channel, as well as the specifications of communication transceivers employed in order to provide connectivity within m-health/Smart health scenarios.
Exploring IoT Industry Applications: Paving the Way for Future IoT Applications in Healthcare
This course explores current real-life scenarios, focused on the use of connectable devices and advanced mobile devices that collect data, that pave the way for future applications.
The Emerging Paradigm of the Social Internet of Things
This course provides an introduction to this paradigm, reviews related basic concepts, provides an overview of the existing literature and projects, and describes a specific solution in detail by providing some example applications.
Social Internet of Things: Existing Platforms
In this course, the most relevant commercial and research platforms, which envision objects with “social” attributes, are presented, analyzed, and compared.
Social Internet of Things: Reference Architecture and Use Cases
In this course a cloud-based reference architecture for the Social Internet of Things paradigm is presented, along with use-cases to show the usage of the reference architecture. Topics covered include: A reference architecture overview, Major architecture components; and Architecture APPIs.