Enterprise Blockchain for the Internet of Things
This course, provided in collaboration with IEEE Blockchain, an IEEE Future Directions initiative, highlight the convergence, opportunities, use cases and challenges of Blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT). First a general understanding of the opportunities and challenges associated with the convergence of Blockchain technology and IoT are covered. Then emerging use cases, projects, and technologies that apply Blockchain and leverage IoT's mutual advantages are explained. The course finishes with an outlook on the future of Blockchain and IoT.
What you will learn:
- Recall the uses of blockchain and its application to IoT
- Recall the opportunities and challenges associated with the convergence of blockchain technology and IoT
- Become familiar with emerging use cases, projects, and technologies that apply blockchain for IoT
- Describe the outlook for the future of blockchain and IoT
This course is part of the following course program:
Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare, IoT, Energy and Supply Chain
Courses included in this program
Who should attend: Electrical engineer, Design engineer, Systems engineer, Product engineer, Computer engineer, software, Lead engineer, Project engineer, QA/quality engineer, DevOps engineer, AI/ML engineer, Data engineer, Security engineer
David Fragale is the COO of Arwen, a secure trading protocol for cryptocurrencies. David has a background in blockchain as a founder of a blockchain and IoT venture, and PwC where he helped build an early blockchain prototype for the humanitarian aid space as well as advised U.S. Intelligence Community on national security threats related to the rise of cryptocurrencies. David has an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management where he was a Sloan Fellow in Innovation and Global Leadership.
Nancy Ranxing Li
Nancy Ranxing Li is a Product Manager of Edge Computing and Blockchain at Verizon. Before this new assignment, she managed the IoT Smart Cities products. She lead a team of 30 engineers and marketing and sales reps to launch an IoT Smart Cities product using computer vision and IoT systems. She was awarded Boston May’s Best Practice in 2017. Prior to Verizon, Nancy was the first employee of Shell Oil’s Boston office. She architected a $250 Million fault -tolerant system to prevent oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico. Nancy received her Ph.D. from Boston University at the age of 24 as the youngest graduate in program history with 14 publications and 1 patent. She also went to MIT Sloan School of Management to study systems design and management.
Publication Year: 2019