The Internet of Things (IoT) Security Considerations for Higher Education
What is IOT?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects—devices, vehicles, buildings and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity—that enables these objects to collect and exchange data.
- Various Names, One Concept
- M2M (Machine to Machine)
- “Internet of Everything” (Cisco Systems)
- “World Size Web” (Bruce Schneier)
- “Skynet” (Terminator movie)
- The IoT Market
- As of 2013, 9.1 billion IoT units
- Expected to grow to 28.1 billion IoT devices by 2020
- Revenue growth from $1.9 trillion in 2013 to $7.1 trillion in 2020
Internet of Things can connect devices embedded in various systems to the internet. When devices/objects can represent themselves digitally, they can be controlled from anywhere. The connectivity then helps us capture more data from more places, ensuring more ways of increasing efficiency and improving safety and IoT security.
IoT is a transformational force that can help companies improve performance through IoT analytics and IoT Security to deliver better results. Businesses in the utilities, oil & gas, insurance, manufacturing, transportation, infrastructure and retail sectors can reap the benefits of IoT by making more informed decisions, aided by the torrent of interactional and transactional data at their disposal.
IOT Platforms can help organizations reduce cost through improved process efficiency, asset utilization and productivity. With improved tracking of devices/objects using sensors and connectivity, they can benefit from real-time insights and analytics, which would help them make smarter decisions. The growth and convergence of data, processes and things on the internet would make such connections more relevant and important, creating more opportunities for people, businesses and industries.
IOT Course training in Pune: (Duration: 1 Month)
We are introducing first of its kind “Internet of Thing” training and workshop in India. Our endeavor is to impart skills those are highly in demand and will become Industry’s new big thing in the coming years. So in this pursuit, we are offering this program which is the result of extensive research as well as high level consulting work done by our team in the past. This course gives initial practical and strategic understanding of vast world of “Internet of Things“which has already captured the imagination of all fortune 500 companies. So future belongs to a technology like “Internet of Things” as all research houses have term “Internet of Things” as a game changer.
This course is meant to be an exhaustive introduction to the fascinating world of devices connected to each other through internet – commonly referred to as Internet of Things. Separating the hype and reality, this course is designed to be a common practical meeting point for both – manufacturing industry personnel as end users, as well as IT professionals, who are responsible for delivering innovative IT solutions.
After completion of this training, you will have learnt key skills to implement your IoT ideas in hardware!
This training is completely practical oriented & you can develop applications on your own after training.
Introduction to IoT
Architecture of IOT
How is IoT changing the world
Applications and industry verticals
IoT: Characteristics, Enabling Technologies, Technical Scope
Raspberry Pi 2 – The “Rocket-In-A-Pocket” Board for IoT
Board Features – History and Reception
Software and OS Options
Porting Raspbian Wheezy Linux
Accessing the command line (terminal and desktop)
Accessing and using manual pages
Working with the command line and the shell
Piping and redirection
Networking : Wired & Wireless
File-sharing – Windows, Linux
GPIO’s and Hardware Buses – I2C, SPI
Input devices: Button, Buzzer, Touch, LCD Display
Sensor Interfacing : Gas sensors, Accelerometer, Joystick, LCD Display
Wifi, Bluettoth Interfacing
Raspberry Pi Camera Module Interfacing
Applications: Imaging, Video Recording,
Live video streaming using wi-fi, Video Surveillance
Audio Video Movie Playback
Gaming on the Raspberry Pi 2
Non-GPU Games: Doom – Compilation, Usage, Gameplay
GPU Games: Quake III Arena – Compilation, Usage, Gameplay
Creating Web server
Connecting a USB webcam
- Video streaming on the RPi
- Bluetooth Interfacing
- Wi-Fi Interfacing
- Access the World Wide Web
- Hosting Web Page on Raspberry Pi
- Controlling Motor through Web Server
- Building Web Server Project
- Hands on IBM Bliuemix Server
- Nodered Tool for IOT
- IOT Based Project
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