Internet of Things (IoT) Fundamentals LiveLessons

Pearson presents the Intenet of Things (IoT) Fundamentals LiveLessons.

Internet of Things (IoT) Fundamentals LiveLessons

Course Description

By 2020, more than 50 billion “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices will be connected to the Internet. Those connections are already enabling radically new business models, capabilities, and applications, making IoT knowledge indispensable for executives and technologists alike. The IoT Fundamentals LiveLessons video training course offers 10 hours of expert instruction on all the essentials‚ from sensors and connectivity to data analytics and key industry applications. Leading Cisco IoT experts Robert Barton and Jerome Henry illuminate core IoT technologies, components, and the building blocks of IoT solutions. They explore IoT network architecture and security considerations, show how to leverage the power of immense IoT data flows, and introduce important IoT applications in several key vertical markets. Barton and Henr... Read More »

By 2020, more than 50 billion “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices will be connected to the Internet. Those connections are already enabling radically new business models, capabilities, and applications, making IoT knowledge indispensable for executives and technologists alike. The IoT Fundamentals LiveLessons video training course offers 10 hours of expert instruction on all the essentials‚ from sensors and connectivity to data analytics and key industry applications.

Leading Cisco IoT experts Robert Barton and Jerome Henry illuminate core IoT technologies, components, and the building blocks of IoT solutions. They explore IoT network architecture and security considerations, show how to leverage the power of immense IoT data flows, and introduce important IoT applications in several key vertical markets.

Barton and Henry’s 19 well-organized lessons teach through real examples, easy-to-follow animations, and detailed audio explanations. Whatever your role in planning for, using, or building IoT technologies, IoT Fundamentals LiveLessons from Pearson will help you start fast‚ and succeed.

This course from Pearson will cover:

  • What IoT is and how it is transforming businesses
  • Common IoT challenges, building blocks, and architectures
  • Core IoT networking protocols, including the 802.15.4 and LPWA families
  • Models for protecting security and integrity in IoT networks
  • Simple, low-cost IoT networks for homes and small businesses
  • IPv6 adaptations for low power and lossy IoT networks
  • IoT management protocols, including CoAP, MQTT, and SCADA
  • Moving processing to the edge and to the “fog” layer
  • Using data analytics to maximize the value of IoT systems
  • Analyzing IoT data with Hadoop, Kafka, Spark, and the Hadoop ecosystem
  • Industry-specific techniques, smart objects, protocols, and analytic techniques
  • IoT for utilities, the smart grid, and energy efficiency
  • IoT for connected and self-driving cars, mass transit, and cargo transportation
  • IoT for manufacturing: reducing cost and accelerating delivery
  • IoT for smart and connected cities: lighting, parking, and public safety
  • IoT for safer, more efficient oil/gas production and mining
  • You will learn how to:

  • Plan, organize, build, and deploy end-to-end IoT solutions
  • Navigate today’s IoT product marketplace
  • Use maturing IoT technologies to solve many business and technical problems
  • Make sense of the full IoT protocol stack, from 802.15.4 and LPWA to IPv6 adaptations and management
  • Architect IoT networks for maximum security and integrity
  • Generate meaningful intelligence from the data your smart objects capture
  • Compare and use batch-level and real-time streaming analytics
  • Improve IoT system efficiency through fog and edge computing
  • Leverage key IoT applications for utilities, transportation, manufacturing, smart cities, public safety, oil/gas production, and mining
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    Course Details:

    Target Audience

    • For wide audiences of IT, operations, and business professionals who want to plan for, deploy, secure, and leverage the benefits of IoT technologies. This course’s case study applications will have special appeal to professionals in a wide range of industries, including municipal and other government operations; building management; power, water, and gas utility engineering; transportation; telecommunications; manufacturing; energy, and many others.

    Prerequisites

    • This course requires basic knowledge of the internet and networking technology.
    Certificate Info:

    Type of Certification

    Certificate of Completion

    Format of Certification

    Digital and Print

    Professional Association/Affiliation

    This certiifcate is issued by Pearson LearnIT

    Method of Obtaining Certification

    Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate of completion.

    Course Outline

    • Learning objectives
    • 1.1 What is IoT
    • 1.2 IoT Building Blocks
    • 1.3 IoT Connectivity
    • 1.4 IoT and Internet
    • 1.5 How IoT is Transforming Businesses
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 2.1 IoT Architecture Requirements
    • 2.2 Architecture Models
    • 2.3 A Simplified Model
    • 2.4 IoT Connectivity Landscape
    • 2.5 Range, Throughput, and Scale
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 3.1 Sensor Types
    • 3.2 Sensing Actions
    • 3.3 Actuators and MEMS
    • 3.4 Smart Objects?
    • 3.5 SANETs
    • 3.6 WSNs
    • 3.7 WSN Communication Protocols
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 4.1 Introduction to 802.15.4
    • 4.2 802.15.4 Family of Protocols
    • 4.3 802.15.4 Amendments
    • 4.4 Topology
    • 4.5 802.15.4g
    • 4.6 802.15.4e and MAC Enhancements
    • 4.7 ZigBee
    • 4.8 802.15.4 Use Cases
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 5.1 The Emerging World of LPWANs
    • 5.2 An Introduction of LoRaWAN
    • 5.3 LoRa Radio Fundamentals
    • 5.4 LoRaWAN Sensors and Devices
    • 5.5 LoRaWAN Network Architecture
    • 5.6 Use Case Examples
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 6.1 Home IoT Use Cases
    • 6.2 Home IoT Protocols Requirements
    • 6.3 NFC
    • 6.4 Bluetooth
    • 6.5 Wi-Fi
    • 6.6 Introduction to IEEE 802.11ah
    • Summary
    • 7.1 Driving Forces for IPv6 in IoT
    • 7.2 IPv6 and it's Place in an IoT Architecture
    • 7.3 The IPv6 Adaptation Layer for Constrained Networks
    • 7.4 Routing in IoT Networks: RPL
    • 7.5 Legacy Device Support in IPv6 IoT Networks
    • 7.6 IPv6 and Time Sensitive Networking (TSN)
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 8.1 Understanding the Need for Management Protocols for IoT
    • 8.2 Understanding CoAP
    • 8.3 Understanding MQTT
    • 8.4 Understanding SCADA
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 9.1 An Introduction to IoT and Industrial Security
    • 9.2 IoT Security Key Principles
    • 9.3 A Model for IoT Security
    • 9.4 IoT Security Case Studies
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 10.1 Analytics and IoT
    • 10.2 Big Data Analytics
    • 10.3 An Introduction to Machine Learning
    • 10.4 Network Analytics
    • Learning objectives
    • 11.1 A New Paradigm in Computing
    • 11.2 IoT Distributed Computing Architecture
    • 11.3 Fog Building Blocks
    • 11.4 Fog and Edge Computing Use Cases
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 12.1 Architecture for Big Data
    • 12.2 Introduction to Hadoop
    • 12.3 Hadoop Ecosystem Components
    • 12.4 Real Time Analytics
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 13.1 The Utility Industry
    • 13.2 Substation Automation
    • 13.3 Communications Over the Utility WAN
    • 13.4 Field Area Networks (FANs)
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 14.1 Connected Car
    • 14.2 V2X
    • 14.3 V2X Applications
    • 14.4 Connected Fleet and Mass Transit
    • 14.5 Connected Rail
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 15.1 The Manufacturing Industry
    • 15.2 IoT Industrial Network Architecture
    • 15.3 Industrial Network Design Considerations
    • 15.4 Industrial Protocols
    • 15.5 Factory Security
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 16.1 Why IoT for Smart Cities
    • 16.2 SCC IoT Architecture
    • 16.3 SCC IoT Example—Lighting
    • 16.4 SCC IoT Example—Parking
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 17.1 IoT for Public Safety Landscape
    • 17.2 IoT Blueprint for Public Safety
    • 17.3 Mobile Emergency Responder
    • 17.4 School Bus Safety Example
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 18.1 The Oil and Gas Industry—Trends and Challenges
    • 18.2 IoT Architectures for Oil and Gas
    • 18.3 Securing IoT for Oil and Gas
    • Summary
    • Learning objectives
    • 19.1 Why IoT for Mining
    • 19.2 Why IoT for Mining Solutions
    • 19.3 IoT Architecture for Mining
    • Summary
    • Internet of Things Fundamentals: Summary

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