Internet of Things

Live Classroom
Duration: 16 days
Live Virtual Classroom
Duration: 16 days
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The Internet of Things course offered by Cognixia introduces participants to advanced IoT concepts, methodologies, and protocols used for communication. This includes next-generation, IoT-friendly applications, physical-layer protocols, and widely accepted IoT frameworks and standards. The program covers popular, service-rich cloud platforms and focuses on how to build and deploy IoT solutions. Practical use-cases and case studies are included to ensure that the participant develops an ability to work through real-life scenarios.

What You'll Learn

  • IoT technology and tools
  • Core concepts and background technologies
  • Features of the IoT landscape
  • Sensors, microcontrollers and communication interfaces to design and build IoT devices
  • Designing and building a network based on the client server
  • Publishing/subscribing to connect, collect data, monitor and manage assets
  • Writing device, gateway and server-side scripts and apps, enabling them to aggregate and analyze sensor data
  • Selecting application-layer protocols and web services architectures for a seamless integration of various components within an IoT ecosystem
  • Reviewing standard development initiatives and reference architectures
  • Deploying various types of analytics on machine data to define context, find faults, ensure quality and extract valuable actionable insights
  • Cloud infrastructure, services, APIs and architectures of commercial and industrial cloud platforms
  • Prevalent computing architectures, including distributed, centralized, and edge/fog computing


  • Embedded Systems
  • Computer Networks
  • M2M (Machine to Machine Communication)
  • Internet of Everything (IoE)
  • Machine Learning
  • Distributed Computing
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Industrial Automation
  • Interoperability, Identification, Localization, Communication
  • Software Defined Assets

  • Market statistics
  • Early adopters
  • Roadmap

  • Development
  • Deployment and monetization of applications as service

  • Knowledge discovery process
  • DIKW pyramid and relevance to IoT
  • Microcontrollers: Cost, performance and power consumption
  • Commercial microcontroller-based development boards
  • Selection criteria and trade-offs
  • Industrial networks, M2M networks

  • Transducer: Sensor and Actuator
  • Types of sensors
  • Sampling
  • Analog to digital conversion
  • Selection criteria of sensor and ADC
  • Data acquisition, storage and analytics
  • Signals and systems
  • Signal processing, systems classification, sampling theorem
  • Ensuring quality and consistency of data
  • Real-time analytics
  • Understanding fundamental nuances of IoT and Big Data
  • Usage of IoT data in various business domains to gain operational efficiency
  • Edge analytics
  • Data aggregation on edge gateway

  • Sensor nodes
  • Sensor node architecture
  • WSN/M2M communication technologies
  • Bluetooth, Zigbee and WiFi communication technologies
  • Cellular communication and LPWAN (LoRa and LoRaWAN) technologies
  • Topologies
  • Applications

  • IoT reference architectures
  • Standardization initiatives
  • Interoperability issues
  • IoT design considerations
  • Architectures device, network and cloud
  • Centralized vs distributed architectures
  • Networks, communication technologies and protocols
  • Smart asset management: Connectivity, visibility, analytics, alerts

  • Public, private and hybrid cloud platforms and deployment strategy
  • Industrial Gateways
  • Commercial gateways solutions from various vendors
  • Cloud-based gateway solutions
  • IaaS, SaaS, PaaS models
  • Cloud components and services
  • Device management
  • Databases, visualization
  • Reporting
  • Notification/alarm management
  • Security management
  • Cloud resource monitoring and management
  • Example platforms: ThingSpeak, Pubnub, AWS IoT
  • AWS IoT Services – Device registry, Authentication and authorization, Device gateway, Rules engine, Device shadow

  • Standards and best practices
  • Common vulnerabilities
  • Attack surfaces
  • Hardware and software solutions
  • Open-source initiatives

  • Descriptive, diagnostic, predictive, and prescriptive
  • Analytics using Python advance packages: NumPy, SciPy, Matplotlib, Pandas and Sci-kit learn
  • Case studies and roadmap
  • Cold chain monitoring
  • Asset tracking using RFID and GPRS/GPS

  • Programming micro-controllers (Arduino, NodeMCU)
  • Building HTTP and MQTT based M2M networks
  • Interfacing Analog and Digital sensors with microcontrollers for real-time data acquisition, as well as storage and analysis on IoT endpoints and edges
  • Developing microcontroller-based applications to understand event-based, real-time processing and in-memory computations
  • Setting up Raspberry Pi as gateway to aggregate data from thin clients
  • Python programming on Raspberry Pi to analyze collected data
  • GPIO programming using Python and remote monitoring /control
  • Pushing collected data to cloud platforms
  • Uploading data on local gateway as cache
  • Uploading data on cloud platforms
  • Monitoring and controlling devices using android user apps and Bluetooth interfaces
  • Building wireless sensor networks using WiFi
  • Remote controlling machines using cloud based apps
  • Remote controlling machines using device based apps through cloud as an intermediate node
  • Interfacing Raspberry Pi with AWS IoT Gateway service to exchange messages
  • Data cleaning, sub-setting and visualization
  • Set of Python exercises to demonstrate descriptive and predictive analytics

  1. Development Boards
    • Raspberry Pi 3
    • Arduino Mega (ATMega2560) with USB cable
    • ESP8266 NodeMcu
  2. Electronic Components
    • Sensors – Analog temperature sensor (LM35)
    • IR Proximity Sensor
    • Switches – Push Button (10)
    • Breadboard
    • LEDs (10)
    • Resistors (10)
    • Connecting leads (25)
    • Memory Card (16 GB)
    • HDMI – VGA Converter
    • 1A Power Adapter
  3. Communication Modules
    • WiFi – ESP01
    • Bluetooth – HC05
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Who should attend

Cognixia’s Internet of Things course is highly recommended for current and aspiring –
  • IT professionals
  • Electrical and electronics engineers
  • Designers
  • Solution architects
  • Existing and budding entrepreneurs keen to build smart solutions for customers
  • Fresh graduates who meet the prerequisite criteria


Cognixia’s Internet of Things course is designed for professionals with a basic understanding of electronic circuit design, microcontrollers, and programming languages, as well as knowledge of computer fundamentals.

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