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Libelium and UNED University launch a new IoT course to improve development skills

Libelium and UNED University launch a new IoT course to improve development skills

May 11th, 2017 - Libelium

Libelium reinforces its commitment with education and joins UNED University to launch the second edition of a free educational course in Spanish to start developing Internet of Things (IoT) projects. Libelium and UNED aim to change the landscape in Spain. The educational program is divided in six different modules: Waspmote introduction and IoT, digital and analogical input/output, sensors, communication via XBee 802.15.4, how to send sensing data and introduction to the sleeping mode. Users can follow these sessions with the training material and also video chapters with further detailed information. Read more.

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Libelium continues betting on education with the second edition of the IoT Spartans Challenge

Libelium continues betting on education with the second edition of the IoT Spartans Challenge

April 18th, 2017 - Libelium

Libelium announces the 2nd edition of the IoT Spartans Challenge to enhance worldwide education among students and universities promoting electronics skills. Education is one of the company strategic pillars and Libelium is reinforcing its commitment to cover the gap between the skills demanded by IoT companies and practical knowledge of workforce. In the upcoming years, there will be around 4.5 million of employment opportunities for IoT developers.

The registration calendar is already opened until the 1st of June for individual participants and universities and the course will start next September. The educational program offers teaching materials, webinars, online quiz and tests for students to prepare them for the IoT world. Universities can also get the recognition as top educational centres in IoT training. Read more

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“Thoughts, Trends and Realities on the IoT Market after ten years of experience”, Libelium’s CEO & CTO vision

“Thoughts, Trends and Realities on the IoT Market after ten years of experience”, Libelium’s CEO & CTO vision

January 10th, 2017 - Libelium

From the consolidated positioning that Libelium is taking into the IoT market after ten years of professional experience and a wide insight vision, it is time to share some thoughts, trends and realities that will shape the IoT market evolution in 2017. Alicia Asín, Libelium’s CEO, and David Gascón, Libelium’s CTO, give us their vision from market and innovation perspectives. Read more.

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Libelium launches a free educational course for IoT development with the Spanish University UNED

Libelium launches a free educational course for IoT development with the Spanish University UNED

November 8th, 2016 - Libelium

Libelum is joining forces with the Spanish University UNED to launch a free educational program with the aim to cover the educational gap between skills demanded by IoT companies and practical knowledge of workforce that could decrease or even endanger the expected growing of the market.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging market and there will be 50 billion devices connected to the Internet in 2020. By this date, only in Europe around 4,5 million of job positions will be required to work as IoT developer and technology progresses so fast that demand is growing daily. In fact, 26% of European companies do not find the right profiles for their vacant positions.Read more.

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The Technological University of Panamá and three international developers win the IoT Spartans Challenge

The Technological University of Panamá and three international developers win the IoT Spartans Challenge

June 21st, 2016 - Libelium

Only a ten per cent of 1,200 participants has been capable to finish the online educational program that Libelium opened to find the best Intenert of Things (IoT) developers. The contest results confirms that there is an important gap between the skills demanded by IoT companies and the practical knowledge of future developers.

The final battle has come to the end and only 120 IoT warriors have finished the program. “The exams were difficult but our aim was to discover the best prepared developers for future workforce on Internet of Things”, says Alicia Asín, Libelium CEO. Read more.

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