Course on Design and Architecture of IoT solutions

New IoT Course

Design and Architecture of IoT solutions: 5 June

Design and Architecture of IoT solutions

Contents

Module 1

IoT solutions for the most demanded applications: What to know to set up a smart project

  • Smart applications for an interconnected world: the Libelium's vision.
  • Interoperability as the basis of Libelium's IoT platform: any sensor, any protocol, any cloud platform.
  • IoT solutions for environmental sustainability: precision agriculture, smart water management and environmental management.
  • IoT solutions for urban and industrial environments: smart parking, noise and pollution control, smartphone detection, industrial protocols.
  • How to identify each player in the IoT business ecosystem.
  • Packaged solutions: The IoT Marketplace. How to start selling a complete platform with hardware, software and cloud service. Sensors: what and how to measure different parameters.

Module 2

IoT Solutions Architecture: How to develop an IoT platform step by step

  • Plug & Sense! The importance of calibration
  • Specific precision properties of each sensor.
  • The importance of calibration.
  • Communication: 802.15.4, 868 MHz, 900 MHz, WiFi, 4G, Sigfox and LoRaWAN.
  • Industrial protocols: RS-232, RS-485, Modbus and CAN Bus.
  • Methodology: power consumption, sample time and power supply options.
  • How to program the sensors: the Programming Cloud Service.
  • Demo: from sensors to the cloud through Meshlium gateway.

Attendants profile

CEOs, CTOs, CFOs Everyone interested in how to use the IoT in their organization.

Skills needed

No needed.

Venue

Libelium headquarters or on-demand

Language

English (*Spanish if required)

Duration

8 hours

Price

299€/person - 1500€/group (minimum 5)

Additional info

10% discount registering +4 members

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Trainers

David Bordonada

IoT Expert and Evangelist

What attendants say...

"The instructors shared their experiences in the industry, so we had personal insight and that was awesome."

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