IEEE Guide to the Internet of Things
There will be more than 24 billion Internet of Things devices installed by 2020. The way in which people live their lives and do business will be fundamentally changed as these devices lower operating costs, improve efficiency, and expand markets. Is your organization ready?
IEEE Guide to the Internet of Things Program is a series of eight training courses, led by top researchers in the field, to give any organization the foundational knowledge it needs now to prepare for the Internet of Things.
In this 8-course program, you will learn:
- What the IOT is, along with its applications, challenges, and future opportunities
- How the healthcare industry is applying IOT concepts (as an example of how this technology may affect an industry)
- Real-life applications of the Social IOT, while exploring the underlying architecture needed to support these applications.
This course program includes the following courses:
- What is the Internet of Things: An Introduction
- IoT Software: Fundamental Concepts and State of the Art
- The Evolution of Internet of Things for Healthcare
- Limitations of Wireless Technology on Healthcare IoT
- Paving the Way for Future IoT Applications in Healthcare
- The Emerging Paradigm of the Social Internet of Things
- Social Internet of Things: Existing Platforms
- Social Internet of Things: Reference Architecture and Use Cases
The course program is designed for professionals across all industries with a background in electrical engineering or computer science, along with the executives who manage them. It is ideally suited for organizations who want to leverage the Internet of Things to address business challenges such as cybersecurity, system architecture, software development, and data management, and need a thorough foundation in the topic. It is also suitable for managers and other professionals interested in the foundational ideas of the IoT, in order to understand the challenges and opportunities of this technology.
Publication Year: 2017