Certified IoT Professional

Course Overview

In this constantly developing world, the requirements of IT industry keep on changing and there is a need for a nimble system that is applicable for all the projects. Certified Internet of Thing training and certification exam comprises of basic understanding of IoT architecture, Frameworks and standards.

IoT is an advanced, wireless sensor and automated network system that focuses on connectivity and sensory requirements for entities involved in IoT Environment. It focuses on connectivity, Artificial Intelligence, sensors etc. A growing array of smarter systems will surround, support, and sustain us in our classrooms, homes, offices, motels, coffee houses, airport lounges, gyms and eating joints in big numbers.

Professionals who attain Certified IoT Training and Certification are able to apply techniques and will have full-fledged knowledge in the field of IoT frameworks and standards. This training and certification program also offers an understanding of the IoT technology and provides a detailed glimpse of the business potential it currently offers.

About Exam

  • Certification Body: BeingCert
  • Exam Name: BeingCert Certified IoT Professional
  • Multiple choice questions
  • No. of questions: 80
  • Max marks: 80, Required marks: 56 (i.e.70%).
  • Duration: 120 minutes

Who Should Attend

The training and certification program is ideal for those working in positions such as, but not limited to -

  • Business Analysts, Project Managers, Functional Managers, IT Architects, Cloud Operation Engineer, Data Analyst, Research Operational Analyst or anyone want to thorough understand all aspects of quality in IoT projects and IoT products.

Course Duration

  • 24 Hours (3 Days * 8 Hours)

Course Content / Outline

Module 1: Overview of IoT

  • Learning Internet of Things
  • Definition for Internet of Things
  • Competing definitions
  • Direct consequences

Module 2: Overview of Open source hardware

  • What is open source hardware?
  • Arduino
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Beaglebone
  • Intel Galileo

Module 3: Components of IoT

  • Sensors
  • Motors
  • Actuator
  • Solenoid valves
  • Power adapters
  • Shields

Module 4: Communication Technologies and Protocols

  • IoT networks, protocol stacks
  • Emergence of low-power, long-range data link layer technologies
  • Wired Communication Protocols – UART, USART, I2C, SPI
  • Wireless Communication Protocols – Bluetooth, WiFi, Overview of LPWAN (LoRa, NBIoT)
  • Networking Protocols – OSI Reference Model, TCP/IP
  • Application Protocols – HTTP, MQTT
  • IoT network architecture – Client-Server vs Publish-Subscribe

Module 5: Data Representation & Modeling

  • Understanding Data, Information, knowledge and Wisdom (DIKW Pyramid)
  • Types of Data
  • Physical and logical representation of Data
  • Natural languages – Symbolic representation, Computer languages – Data Encoding
  • Storage and interpretation Structured and unstructured data

Module 6: Advance technologies and concepts building up the IoT

  • IPv6
  • Sensor networks
  • Cloud computing
  • M2M
  • Wearables
  • Complex Event Processing (CEP)

Module 7: Creating a live IoT solution

  • Setting up the development board – Arduino
  • Connecting required components
  • Setting up solution design
  • Final implementation

Module 8: Remote Monitoring

  • Plan how to customize a solution to meet specific requirements
  • Create a service bus namespace and add a queue to it
  • Add an endpoint and a routing rule to your IoT hub
  • Create, configure, and test a logic app

Module 9: IoT Security

  • IoT Security Challenges and Security Risks
  • Prevention techniques and defense mechanism for IoT Security

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