The Internet of Things (IoT) Fundamental training course provides an overview and insight into the emerging technology. The course covers the basic concepts, terminology, and key components of IoT. It explains the business perspectives of IoT including the advantages of early adoption and monetization models. It further expands on the technologies enabling IoT and the various challenges to expect. Several scenarios describe the use cases and applications of IoT that result in smart applications and services to inspire organizations making the move to IoT.
The Internet of things (IoT) is a term for the growing number of electronics that aren't traditional computing devices, but are connected to the internet to send data, receive instructions or both. There's an incredibly broad range of things that fall under that umbrella: Internet-connected smart versions of traditional appliances like refrigerators and light bulbs, gadgets that could only exist in an internet-enabled world like Alexa-style digital assistants; internet-enabled sensors that are transforming factories, healthcare, transportation, distribution centers and farms.
L'Internet des Objets est décrit comme un nouveau paradigme qui permet de proposer de nouveaux services dans de nombreux secteurs d'activité comme l'e-santé, la surveillance, la traçabilité, l'automatisation des chaines de production et dans de nombreux domaines ou l'innovation technologique est très prometteuse. Au cours de cette formation sont abordées les technologies actuelles de l'internet des objets, les différentes approches architecturales réseaux sont présentées ainsi que les aspects de standardisation et d'interopérabilité.
The Internet of Things (IoT) technology can be regarded as the building block for next-generation Smart Cities (SC) due to its potential in exploiting sustainable information and communication technologies. Initially, the concept of SCs (urban settlements) has originated from the Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
This course will focus on technical, business and regulatory aspects of the 5G mobile networks. It include will 4G mobile technology transition toward the 5G, considering the access and core networks as well as end-user services. Mobile broadband Internet after 4G will continue with the next generation, 5G, so the course will cover also IPv6 and its impact on 5G mobile networks. Further, it will include M2M (Machine-to-Machine) and mobile Internet of Things (IoT) services are foreseen types in future 5G mobile environments, as well as mobile cloud computing implementations.