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Internet of Things: Manufacturing

$180.00

Internet of Things: Manufacturing introduces learners to the fundamental concepts and terminology associated with modern internet of things (IoT) systems in industrial and high-volume manufacturing settings.

Learning Hours: 2

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Course Description

Internet of Things: Manufacturing introduces learners to the fundamental concepts and terminology associated with modern internet of things (IoT) systems in industrial and high-volume manufacturing settings. Utilizing THORS’ colorful and comprehensive animations, along with informative illustrations and visually interactive quizzing methods, this course provides solid foundational knowledge for the future planners of IoT systems and technology in manufacturing industries.

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Who will benefit from this Internet of Things course?

Companies, individuals, or educational institutions that seek to improve their understanding of IoT related terminology and applications, as well as to improve IoT operational efficiency.

Course Classification

This manufacturing course by THORS eLearning Solutions covers identification of key terms and understanding of key concepts.

*THORS uses the Bloom’s Taxonomy Methodology for our course development.

Certificate Awarded for Internet of Things

Example of certificate awarded upon successful completion of the course.

*upon successful completion

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Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the basic concepts and technology driving IoT developments.
  2. Recall the primary building blocks of IoT systems: Things, Connectivity, and The Cloud.
  3. Recognize the networks and network technologies that facilitated IoT development.
  4. Differentiate between some of the important sensors that detect motion, movement, and other variables.
  5. Elaborate on the importance of concepts, such as edge computing and the fog and mist.
  6. Recall the main challenges that manufacturing industries present for IoT systems.
Example of IoT-related devices, sensors, machines, robots, and other physical elements.
Internet of things: Manufacturing

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
    1. IoT Building Blocks
  2. Things
    1. Sensors
      1. Sensor Fusion
      2. Touchscreen Sensors
        1. Resistive
        2. Capacitive
        3. Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW)
    2. Compute Capability Devices
    3. Intelligent Devices and Machines
      1. Robots and Drones
      2. Wearables
      3. Biometrics
      4. Computer and Machine Vision
      5. Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR)
      6. Energy Harvesting Devices
  3. Connectivity
    1. Network Technologies
      1. Local Area Network (LAN)
      2. Wide Area Network (WAN)
    2. Network Architecture
      1. Smart Gateways
      2. Virtualization
      3. Edge and Fog
      4. Network Security
      5. Spectrum Management
    3. IoT Platforms
      1. Applications (Apps)
      2. Device Management
  4. The Cloud
    1. Cloud Technologies
      1. Versions of the Cloud
      2. On-Premises Data Center
      3. Virtual Chaining
      4. Virtual Customer Premises Equipment (vCPE)
      5. Big Data Analytics
    2. Cloud Services
      1. IoT Service Management
      2. Credentials Management
      3. Security and Threat Intelligence

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