Internet of Things – IoT Training LEARNING SOLUTIONS COMPANY
Indunil technologies, formerly known as Collabera TACT, is a Collabera Learning Solutions Company.
Being a consistently awarded Digital Technology Training Company, we bring you the best quality technology courses and certifications. With our in-house incubators on Digital technologies like IoT, Cyber Security, Machine Learning, AI & Deep Learning, Blockchain, Cloud, DevOps & other domains, Indunil technologies can help in transforming your workforce and partner with you in your Digital transformation strategy.
Since 2014, we have trained and up-skilled over 100,000 people across 37 countries. With 1300+ experienced trainers, 250+ courses, state-of-the-art infrastructure, we bring you the best learning experience.
Indunil technologies provides multiple learning models – Public batches as well as custom built private batches for individuals as well as corporates. Our training delivery models are Instructor led online trainings, Classroom trainings and On-demand self-paced digital trainings.
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Indunil technologies is a MAPR Advantage Partner, Hortonworks Community Partner, RedHat Enterprise Partner, Microsoft Silver Learning Partner and an Authorised Training Partner with DELL EMC, Pivotal, VMware and RSA Technologies.
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ELIGIBILITY / PRE-REQUISITES
Basic Computer Knowledge.
Knowledge on C / C++ / Embedded C would be beneficial, however, not mandatory.
WHO SHOULD STUDY INTERNET OF THINGS
There are certain software/hardware skills which can prove beneficial for developers in an IoT environment.
Being a software developer allows a professional to program in various languages ranging from low-level assembly languages like C or C++ to high-level languages such as Java or Node.js. Besides these, the knowledge of communication protocol is also required. As far as the knowledge of hardware is concerned, one must have a basic understanding of electronics. To know how basic components such as capacitors, resistors, and LEDs work in a circuit is quite important.
In addition to basic hardware and software knowledge, an IoT developer must be able to read data sheets, and have a knowhow of timing diagrams, clocking, logic gates and transistors. Apart from The software Audience
and hardware engineers, there are IT professionals, designers and solution architects who can become IoT Developers. Fresh IT graduates can also opt for a career in IoT Development.
THE WORLD OF INTERNET OF THINGS
Internet of Things is an interconnected network of objects equipped with sensors, microcomputers, actuators and communication interfaces open to
exchange data and control signals. Ubiquitous availability of internet, unprecedented fall in cost of sensors, and highly integrated high-performance SoC
(System on Chip) computing solutions are key driving forces behind massive growth of IoT. Several research reports estimate number of connected things
will be more than 50 billion by 2020. In the industrial sectors, convergence of IT and OT technologies has created tremendous opportunities for
businesses to innovate in terms of services, products and consumer experiences. Internet research firm IDC foresees IoT development pending to touch
$1.7 Trillion by 2020. Moreover, massive adoption of IoT in consumer and enterprise sectors will create more than 2 billion jobs in coming years.
Total Global Worth of IoT Tech: $6.20
LATEST TRENDS IN INTERNET OF THINGS
“Mainstream vendors such as Cisco Systems CSCO, Dell EMC and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) will recognize this and push smarter IoT edge devices.” Forbes
“6.4 billion new connected things will be in use in 2016.” Gartner
“McKinsey forecasts an economic impact of as much as $11.1 trillion per year in 2025 with its analysis of IoT applications leading to high job opportunities.” McKinsey
PROGRAM STRUCTURE & PLATFORMS
training with AN
Training within IoT Ecosystem
ARDUINO RASPBERRY PI
NODEMCU WIFI MODULE BLUETOOTH MODULE
DETAILED CURRICULUM: PROJECT WORK
hands-on training sessions.
the training –
Environment monitoring system
The objective of this project is to build a multi-parameter
cloud platform through
Home automation system controlled by cloud/user device based application
The objective of this project is to develop client-server and publish-subscribe based machine-to-machine (M2M) networks. Home appliances, a local HTTP server or MQTT broker, and user devices are various nodes of these networks. HTTP server or MQTT broker enables user devices to interact with home appliances to send control messages and receive status messages. This project exhibits the fundamental nuances between a client server and publish subscribe architecture.
DETAILED CURRICULUM: MODULES
Introduction noitacfiitnedI – snoitinfieD & stpecnoC, localization, wireless protocols, data storage and security; Collecting, communicating, coordinating, and leveraging the data from connected devices; understand how to develop and implement IoT technologies, solutions, and applications Machine Learning, Distributed Computing, Artificial intelligence
••••••••• IoT Network Architecture IoT Device Architecture IoT Application Architecture Client Server vs Publish Subscribe Architecture
IoT Communication Protocols
Wired Communication Protocols – UART, USART, SPI, I2C, ModBUS, CAN Wireless Communication Protocols – Bluetooth, Beacons, WiFi, Overview of Zigbee, 6lowPAN, LPWAN and other IoT communication technologies and protocols (coverage area, frequency range, power usage, interference aspects and legalities) Networking Protocols – OSI Reference Model, TCP/IP, Ethernet Application Protocols – HTTP, Web sockets, MQTT, Overview of CoAP, XMPP, AMQP Device management, discovery, addressing Device to Device or Machine to Machine communication (M2M)
DETAILED CURRICULUM : MODULES
IoT Device Design and Management
Concept & Architecture of Cloud
Role of Cloud Computing in IoT
Tools, API and Platform for integration of IoT devices with Cloud
IoT cloud platform and integration with Gateway (Thingspeak, AWS IoT and Pubnub)
Web services and APIs Over view of Analytics and Security
Sensors – Classification & selection criteria based on nature, frequency and amplitude of signal Embedded Development Boards – Arduino, Raspberry Pi, NodeMCU, ESP8266 Interfacing peripherals & Programming GPIOs – Input/output peripherals, Sensor modules Design Considerations – Cost, Performance, Scalability & Power Consumption tradeoffs Overview of Operating Systems for IoT Devices: Linux, Contiki, Riot, Brillo
Indunil technologies’s KEY DIFFERENTIATORS
LIFETIME LMS ACCESS
24 x 7 SUPPORT
25 REAL-LIFE PROJECTS & CASE STUDIES
INDUSTRY EXPERTS AS TRAINERS
REAL-TIME CLOCK MODULE
IoT SOLUTION ARCHITECT
IoT SYSTEM ENGINEER