"The Internet of Things will be as trans-formative to the world as was the industrial revolution."
On connecting Things to network(Internet), we need protocols for communication and with the development of web and M2M there are many of them available. But the basic issue is which one fits your architecture which requires different layers of connectivity depending on the nature of the endpoints. There is no protocol which can be used for all types on communication required for your IoT architecture.
This bring us to the need to understand the protocols with its pros and cons and deployment models. It also depends on the kind of data you want your protocol to transmit. Join this course for the understanding of different protocols available for IoT and its implementation in your IoT architecture.
The main objective of the course is to not only make new IoT products, but also aspire technical enthusiasts to pace up with the evolving technology. To enhance the zeal among the participants, this course has been designed and fine tuned after teaching 4000 plus students and more than 500 professionals in an offline environment. All the knowledge we obtained is transformed into the online mode to reach the online audience and enhance their learning experience.
This course will be taught by the core team of Frugal Labs having expertise in different domains of IoT(device, protocols, security, application design etc.).
Through video presentations and hands on assignments on the FLIP kit, you will gain an understanding of IoT's potential and discover how to leverage it to benefit your career opportunity and your organization.
This course will be held over the period of 4 weeks, and will include:
Each video module is pre-taped, enabling you to complete it any time before the assigned due date. While you may complete all the assignments in rapid succession, most participants find it beneficial to adhere to the weekly schedule and participate in online discussion forums along the way. There are approximately two-three hours of video every week and you will likely spend an average of four to six hours a week on course-related activities.
A ticket based support system is available on which the participant can raise his or her doubts which will be resolved using email/phone and video call (Skype or Hangout) which ever will be suitable.
|IoT Protocol Stack||Link Layer, Network Layer, Transport Layer, Application Layer|
|Network Layer Protocols||IPv6, IPv4, 6LoWPAN|
|Transport Layer Protocols||TCP, UDP|
|IoT Communication Models||Request-Response, Publish-Subscribe, Push-Pull, Exclusive Pair|
|Application Protocols||HTTP, CoAP, MQTT, XMPP, WebSockets, AMQP, DDS*|
|Communication API's||REST-based, WebSocket-based|
|IoT Architecture||Device - device, Device - Cloud, Device - Gateway, Gateway - Cloud, Cloud – Backend - Applications|
|Model Discussions Along With Use Cases|
|Smart Home, Smart Agriculture, Smart Retail Supply, Smart Healthcare, Smart Grid*, Smart Cities*|
Participants should have working knowledge of :
If the above conditions are not met, it is recommended that you join our Beginner's IoT Course first, or continue at your own expense.
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