One of the most transformative trends affecting businesses today is the IoT (Internet of Things). The growing mobile workforce is creating unique challenges as well as unprecedented opportunities for enterprise mobility services worldwide. ICT R&D offers new ways to manage the IoT.
As the demand for standardised design and high performance devices is increasing the IoT Security is a natural progression. The Internet of Things (IoT) is moving from a centralized structure to a complex network of decentralized smart devices.
The upside is that we are able to do things we never before imagined. But as with every good thing, there’s a downside to IoT: It is becoming an increasingly attractive target for cyber criminals.
As the Internet of Things (IoT) connects innumerable everyday devices, previously closed systems are opened up to remote access and control. The urgency for viable IoT security solutions grows by the day.
We are developing a broad range of technologies to counter growing security threats in the IoT. These solutions enable system and device manufacturers as well as service providers to capitalize on growth opportunities by integrating the right level of security without compromising on the user experience.
The more urgent forms of threat come from the enterprise or cloud environment that these smart devices are connected to. Adding new devices, end-of-life device decommissioning, device integration with a new cloud ecosystem or vice versa, managing secure firmware/software downloads - all these activities necessitate comprehensive management of identities, keys and tokens.
We are helping business to adapt to this new reality by creating an agile, resilient and vigilant security apparatus built into products and services, prepared to fight off cyber-attacks.
People enrolling for IoT Training should have Diploma or Degree in Engineering in EEE, ECE,IT, CSC, MS, M.Tech or any communications branch or BSc in any sciences other than commerce and life sciences.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is emerging as the third wave in the development of the Internet. The 1990s’ Internet wave connected 1 billion users while the 2000s’ mobile wave connected another 2 billion. The IoT has the potential to connect 10X as many (28 billion) “things” to the Internet by 2020, ranging from bracelets to cars.
Introduction to Internet of Things (IoT)
Basics of IoT and Benefits of IoT, Compare a traditional application and an IoT-enabled application, Current Business Trends in IOT, Barriers of IOT, Applications and industry verticals
Overview of IoT Components
Sensors and actuators (Types of Sensors, Sensor Interfacing (Gas sensors, Accelerometer, Joystick, LCD Display, Wifi and Bluetooth Interfacing), Connectivity (wired and wireless), Platform (software, APIs, visualization tools), Analytics (insights, correlations, smart decisions), Application (a unified end-to-end solution)
How the components interconnect, Interfaces, Centralized vs distributed architectures
IoT Frame Work
Introduction to IOT Frame Work, Types of Framework available in Market - GE predix, Thing Worx, AXEDIA, AWS IOT, AZURE IOT, Hands on End to End Session on Retail Domain
Working with Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Intel Edison
IoT Comunication - Network Protocols
Network Protocols, Wireless & Bluetooth, IoT protocols (MQTT/MQTTS, CoAP, 6LoWPAN, like TCP, UDP, HTTP/S)
Security on the traditional Internet, Security in wireless and cellular networks, Elements of making IoT secure
IoT Characteristics and Data
Device cost, power consumption, wireless range, Processing, memory, sensor capability, Data ( reporting periodicity, duty cycles, data rates, packet size), Standby current and battery life, Transmission (latency and response times), Network (density, reliability, scalability, robustness)
Data in the cloud
A definition of cloud, Introduction to Cloud Computing, Gateway interfaces from mesh network to the Internet, Requirements of a cloud platform, Commercial IoT-enabled cloud platforms, Introduction to Amazon Web Servers, AWS IOT Implementations