Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is pervasive… and it’s not just about connected home devices or smartwatches anymore. It’s being applied in myriad ways in all different industries – whether it is in the predictive maintenance of a fleet of long-haul trucks, proximity-based marketing to retail customers, or real-time route optimization for first responder vehicles. In 2015, there were about 15 billion connected IoT devices deployed; that number is projected to reach anywhere from 75 billion to a staggering 212 billion by 2020. In 2017, it was estimated that 60% of global manufacturers were already using IoT applications to analyze their business processes and identify improvements and optimizations, a figure that will only continue to grow as technology becomes more widely available.

Certified IoT Practitioner

Course Number: CNX0002

Course Length: 3 days

Date: 4 – 7 July 2022

IT professionals often have little or no experience working with embedded systems, sensor networks, actuators, realtime systems, and other components that are common to IoT, so this course provides a foundation for understanding how these components work with other systems that IT professionals typically have more experience working with—such as networks, cloud computing, and applications running on servers, desktop computers, and mobile devices.

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Certified IoT Security Practitioner

Course Length: 3 Days

Date: 4 – 7 July 2022

This course is designed for practitioners who are seeking to demonstrate a vendor-neutral,
cross-industry skill set that will enable them to design, implement, operate, and/or manage a secure IoT ecosystem.

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Internet of Things for the Business Professional

Course Number: CNX0004

Course Length: 1/2 day

Date: 4 – 6 July 2022

The Internet of Things (IoT) promises a wide range of benefits for industry, energy and utility companies, municipalities, healthcare, and consumers. Data can be collected in extraordinary volume and detail regarding almost anything worth measuring, such as public health and safety, the environment, industrial and agricultural production, energy, and utilities. New data analysis tools have been optimized for the massive amounts of data that IoT produces, enabling well-informed decisions to be made quickly.

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