Telecom Training / IOT
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“The Internet of Things, IoT, Technology and Protocols”


Course Code

C40620

Description

This course deals with the new emerging technologies of IOT (Internet of Things) and  provides the insights and perspectives of technology trends, deployments and convergence in internet of things (IOT). It starts with a short presentation of IOT structure, equipment, architecture, standardization and networking of the IOT and put special focus on technology and protocols used in the IOT implementation

The radio spectrum used for IOT allocations and the ISM bands are mentioned and during the course meshing techniques and new networks that have emerged are mentioned. Examples of such networks are Wi-Fi, Zigbee, Z-wave, Sigfox, LoRA, Bluetooth, Weightless etc.

For the mentioned network solutions the network architecture and the related technology and protocols are described.

 

Learning objectives

Up on completion of this course the participants will be able to get a extensive understanding of IOT technologies, network solutions and used protocols. The course content is described below.

 

1          IOT Overview

 

  • IOT Introduction
  • IOT device types
  • M2M
  • IOT Predictions
  • Big Data, NoSQL, Hadoop
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Cloud Computing
  • IOT Reference Model

 

2          Standards

 

  • ITU
  • IEEE
  • IETF
  • IERC
  • IOT-A
  • CEN/CENELEC
  • ETSI
  • OneM2M
  • IIOT

 

3          IOT Architecture

 

  • Agents
  • Intelligence
  • Fog Computing
  • Cloud Computing
  • IOT Architecture
  • Sensors and wireless sensor networks
  • Connectivity
  • Intelligent Electronic Device, IEDs
  • Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
  • Hubs
  • Gateways
  • Engagers
  • Enhancers
  • WSN
  • End-to-End View
  • Network Consideration

 

4          IoT Communication and Networking

 

  • Understanding Networks
  • Interworking Elements
  • Mobility
  • Protocols
  • Security

 

5          Wireless connectivity for the Internet of Things

 

  • Frequency bands and regulations
  • Communication  protocols
  • Network Range, topology, size
  • Network Parameters
  • White Space and spectrum Allocation
  • Mesh networks
  • Satellite
  • EnOcean technology
  • Cellular Evolution
  • Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
  • Data Virtualization

 

6          NFC

 

  • Network Architecture
  • NFC Business Model

 

7          Wireless Ethernet

 

  • Point-to-point wireless
  • Long Range Wireless Ethernet
  • Spectrum
  • Architecture
  • Protocols

 

8          Cellular IOT (CIoT)

 

  • 2G/3G
  • LTE
  • LTE-M
  • 5G

 

9          Wi-Fi

 

  • Architecture Technology,
  • Protocols

 

10        Zigbee

 

  • Applications-Profiles
  • Architecture Technology
  • Protocols
  • Networking

 

11        Z-Wave

 

  • Wireless Solution
  • Features
  • Applications
  • Architecture Technology
  • Protocols

 

12        SIGFOX

 

  • Architecture Technology
  • Protocols

 

13        6LoWPAN

 

  • IEEE802.15.4
  • Architecture Technology
  • Protocols

 

14        Bluetooth

 

  • Classic Bluetooth profiles
  • Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
  • Bluetooth Smart
  • Bluetooth 4,0
  • Bluetooth 4.2
  • Generic Attribute Protocol (GATT)
  • Architecture Technology
  • Protocols

 

15        KNX

 

  • Physical Layer features
  • Architecture Technology
  • Protocols

 

16        Weightless Protocol

 

  • Architecture Technology
  • Protocols

 

17        LORA Alliance

 

  • Architecture Technology
  • Protocols

 

18        NFC

 

  • Architecture Technology
  • Protocols

 

19        ISIS and Weve

 

  • Architecture Technology
  • Protocols

 

20        M2M Verticals

 

  • Architecture Technology
  • Protocols

 

 

Target audience

Personnel that require a better understanding of IOT will attend this course: e.g. technical managers and engineers who are interested in planning, designing, building, managing or operating IOT technologies and applications, healthcare applications technicians and engineers, developers (smart city, smart home and smart building), R&D personnel, Research Institutions & Universities, Telecom Operators, Manufacturers due to emerging of IIOT, military personnel etc.

 

Prerequisites

Entry requirement: Course “IOT Introduction” or similar Knowledge/experience.

 

Duration and class size

The recommended length of the course is 2 days depending on the participants’ background. The maximum number of participants is 16.

 

Learning situation

This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom environment.

The course can be customized and only the part of interest can be delivered according to customers wish.
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