What You Will Learn
On successful completion of the course, student will be able to do the following:
What Is the Internet of Things?
- Describe the Internet and its evolution to the Internet of Everything
- Explain the four pillars of IoE and how its innovations can transform businesses
Elements of the IoE
- Explain the interconnection of people, process, data, and things that forms the Internet of Everything
Connecting the IoE
- Explain how things that are non-IP-enabled and IP-enabled devices can be connected to a network to communicate in the Internet of Things]
Transitioning to the IoE
- Explain the steps to evaluate and implement an IoE solution
- Explain security concerns that must be considered when implementing IoE solutions
Bringing It All Together
Describe the M2M, M2P and P2P interactions of an IoE Healthcare solution model
Certification and Career Pathways
Students who complete the course will receive a Cisco Certificate of Completion. Career pathways include network administrator, network developer, software engineer, and more.
The Introduction to IoT course is delivered through the Cisco NetSpace® learning environment and is available in English. The 20-hour curriculum may be used as a supplement to an existing course or as a short course. Instructors can create a self-enrol course for their students and guide them through the material and activities at their own pace.
1) Everything is Connected
Explain the meaning and impact of digital transformation.
2) Everything Becomes Programmable
Apply basic programming to support IoT devices.
3) Everything Generates Data
Explain how data provides value to digital business and society.
4) Everything Can be Automated
Explain the benefits of automation with machine learning and artificial intelligence in the digitized world.
5) Everything Needs to be Secured
Explain the need for enhanced security in the digitized world.
6) Educational and Business Opportunities
Discover job opportunities provided by the digital transformation, learning opportunities with NetAcad, and value of communities of interest engagements such as DevNet, Learning@Cisco and IEEE.
Pre-requisites: Basic Operating System (Windows, Linux) and networking concepts.