Overview

Tapping into the potential of IoT and all of the possibilities that it brings to businesses requires a well-rounded knowledge base and insights into the new technologies and systems emerging today.

Understanding how machines and devices are built with embedded sensors and intuitive and interactive user interfaces enables professionals and businesses to take advantage of the opportunities created by the Internet of Things.

A Rocheston Certified IoT Engineer will be trained in the various disciplines required to navigate the challenges of the Internet of Things revolution. The Rocheston Certified IoT Engineer course is made up of a comprehensive set of modules that provide both an understanding and insight into developments in networking, data management and analytics, communication devices, embedded systems and user interface design.

Skills Covered

Tapping into the potential of IoT and all the possibilities that it brings to businesses requires a well-rounded knowledge base and insights into the new technologies and systems emerging today. Understanding how machines and devices are built with embedded sensors and intuitive and interactive user interfaces enables professionals and businesses to take advantage of the opportunities created by the Internet of Things. A Rocheston Certified IoT Engineer will be trained in the various disciplines required to navigate the challenges of the Internet of Things revolution.

The Rocheston Certified IoT Engineer course is made up of a comprehensive set of modules that provide both an understanding and insight into developments in networking, data management and analytics, communication devices, embedded systems, and user interface design.

Who Should Attend

This course is expected to be at the forefront of the next technological revolution. At present, it finds application in the fields of transportation, design, education and healthcare. The sectors where knowledge of the IoT is being sought include Product Management, Robotics, Hardware Engineering, Business Intelligence, Networking, Industrial Programming, Software Development, User Interface and Experience Design (UI/UX) and more.

In addition to the importance of IoT in conventional careers such as business management, engineering software development and mobile application design, it also gives rise to several new career paths, increasing demand for IoT trained professionals.

Course Curriculum

Prerequisites

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