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Internet of Things (IOT) Training Course

Internet of Things (IOT) Training Course



One of the most rapidly growing technologies that have catalyzed the market for gesture recognition and consumer electronics is the Internet of Things (IoT). Based-on seamless integration of physical devices featured with embedded sensors, software, actuators, and network connectivity that support IoT objects to collect and exchange data on the go, resulting in out-of-the-box inventions of automated homes, biometrics, automated drivers and much more, creating huge opportunities in the IoT deployment, management and security domains.
Best Project based Internship on Internet of Things (IOT) Training Course in Delhi and Dehradun.

Course Highlights

  • Instructor-led Classroom and Online
  • Training modes
  • Best-in-Class Training Curriculum
  • Beginner to Expert Level Training
  • Hands-on Programming Practice
  • Unlimited Access - Online or Offline Flexible Guaranteed to Run Schedules
  • Self-Paced Learning

Pre-Requisite

There are no official mandatory prerequisites for taking up this IoT training course.

Course Content

  • What Is the Internet of Things (IoT)?
  • Brief History and evolution of IoT IoT Architecture
  • Trends in the Adoption of IoT
  • IoT Is Powerful and Pervasive Societal Benefits of IoT Risks, Privacy, and Security
  • Setup IoT Platform1 (Opensource IoT Platform on a local machine)
  • Setup IoT Platform2 (Amazon IoT platform)
  • IoT Use case-1 Implementation on two platforms (Opensource IoT platform Amazon IoT cloud)
  • IoT Usecase-2 Implementation Opensource IoT platform
  • Amazon IoT cloud
  • Micro-controller programming using Arduino platform
  • Programming with Python
  • Building IoT Applications using Raspberry Pi
  • IoT Cloud Infrastructure
  • Performance and Security in IoT

Course Description

One of the most rapidly growing technologies that have catalyzed the market for gesture recognition and consumer electronics is the Internet of Things (IoT). Based-on seamless integration of physical devices featured with embedded sensors, software, actuators, and network connectivity that support IoT objects to collect and exchange data on the go, resulting in out-of-the-box inventions of automated homes, biometrics, automated drivers and much more, creating huge opportunities in the IoT deployment, management and security domains.
The IoT training course at Brillica Services envisions placing you in the league and helping you to attain in-depth knowledge of IoT architecture,

programming on diverse platforms, working on Raspberry Pi, Azure IoT hub and understanding how sensors and actuators work. Our certified and experienced instructors walk you through the IoT technology, introduce you to the various IoT platforms and empower you with the highly demanded IoT skills and hands-on experience needed to create, embed, manage and provide for secure IoT devices.
Brillica Services brings you this comprehensive IoT training course in blended learning modes, custom schedules and at affordable training cost, making it the best-fit solution to meet your IoT learning objectives.

Course Objectives

Internet of Things (IOT) Training Course at Brillica Services in Delhi & Dehradun Uttarakhand Helps You to :

Understand the comprehensive architecture of Internet of Things

Become familiar with IoT components, devices, hardware and software requirements

Explore various layers of IoT infrastructure

Work with IoT embedded systems and micro-controllers

Co-relate IoT with Big Data and deploying Data Analytics

Create protocol gateways

Gain hands-on on Arduino and Raspberry Pi interface for IoT

Understand how USB, HDMI and Ethernet protocols of IoT communicate

Control physical IoT devices like switches, motors and sensors

Programming for IoT components and systems

IOT - Training Schedule and Duration

Course Name Duration
IOT - Training 2 Month

Upcoming Training Schedule

Month Weekdays Weekends Mode
October-2021 11/10/21 and 25/10/21
2 hours(Monday-Thursday) per day
16/10/21 and 17/10/21
3 hours(Saturday-Sunday) per day
Online/Offline
November-2021 15/11/21 and 30/11/21
2 hours(Monday-Thursday) per day
20/11/21 and 21/11/21
3 hours(Saturday-Sunday) per day
December-2021 13/12/21 and 27/12/21
2 hours(Monday-Thursday) per day
18/12/21 and 19/12/21
3 hours(Saturday-Sunday) per day
January-2022 03/01/22 and 24/01/22
2 hours(Monday-Thursday) per day
15/01/22 and 16/01/22
3 hours(Saturday-Sunday) per day
Feburary-2022 07/02/22 and 14/02/22
2 hours(Monday-Thursday) per day
19/02/22 and 20/02/22
3 hours(Saturday-Sunday) per day

FAQs Internet of Things (IoT) Training Course

Ans. Smart surveillance, automated transportation, smarter energy management systems, water distribution, urban security, and environmental monitoring all are examples of internet of things applications for smart cities.

Ans. In short, the Internet of Things connects everyday objects to the internet—or to an intranet, or to other devices—in order to share data within a larger ecosystem, either between other objects or computers or with software that will monitor that data.

Ans. The main purpose of Internet-connected devices has been to enable people to communicate with each other and to access online data and processes. The main purpose of IoT devices is to generate real-time data that we can then analyze and use to create desired business outcomes.

Ans. Devices and objects with built-in sensors are connected to an Internet of Things platform, which integrates data from the different devices and applies analytics to share the most valuable information with applications built to address specific needs.

Ans. Well-known examples of IoT devices include smart speakers like Amazon Alexa or Google Home, smartwatches like the Apple Watch, internet-connected baby monitors, video doorbells, and even toys.

Ans. The Internet of Things (IoT) unites physical objects with the virtual world. Intelligent devices and machines are connected to each other and the Internet. They capture relevant information about their direct environment, then analyze and link it. The devices perform specific tasks on that basis.

Ans. Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical objects or people called "things" that are embedded with software, electronics, network, and sensors that allow these objects to collect and exchange data.

Ans. In principle, building an IoT system without the Internet is simple: just place all the software outside of the Internet. But in practice, most IoT platforms have been designed around the fact that an Internet connection is always available.

Ans. Insufficient data protection (communication and storage) The most frequent concerns in the data security of IoT applications are due to insecure communications and data storage. One of the significant challenges for IoT privacy and security is that compromised devices can be used to access confidential data.

Ans. 1. InfluxDB
2. CrateDB.
3. MongoDB.
4. RethinkDB.
5. SQLite Database


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