Internet of Things Foundation
Duration: 2 Weeks
Domain: Internet of Things
Delivery Method: Classroom
Time: 2 sessions per week from 5 PM to 9 PM
* Official courses includes: Instructor led courses – In class attendance – Official International Material from A creditor.
The Internet of Things Foundation course provides an overview and insight into the emerging technology.
The course covers the basic concepts, terminology, and key components of IoT. It explains the business perspectives of IoT including the advantages of early adoption and monetization models. It further expands on the technologies enabling IoT and the various challenges to expect. Several scenarios describe the use cases and applications of IoT that result in smart applications and services to inspire organizations making the move to IoT. The course provides future insights in IoT and forecasts the status of the connected world in 2020.
This interactive and thought provoking course includes:
● Group discussions
- Lab activities to allow you to experience IoT applications: These are in-class lab
exercises which will allow participants to experience IoT applications.
- Case scenarios around IoT
- Module End Questions
The Internet of Things Foundation course is most interesting for business and management professionals, including:
- Application Consultant
- Business Analyst
- Business Process Architect
- Developer Consultant
- Enterprise Architect
- Program / Project Manager
- Solution Architect
- System Administrator
- System Architect
- Technology Consultant
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Define concepts and terminologies of IoT.
- Examine new devices and interfaces that are driving IoT growth.
- Relate to business perspectives of IoT (advantages of early adoption of IoT technologies).
- Predict implications of IoT for your business.
- Examine the role of enabling technologies for IoT, such as cloud computing and Big Data. ● Identify security and governance issues with IoT.
- Examine future growth opportunities of IoT in the coming years.
Basic knowledge of Internet concepts (Difference between Internet and Web, URL, Http/Https, DNS, etc.), Cloud Computing characteristics, Big Data concepts, Networking concepts (LAN/WAN/MAN, routers, protocols, topologies, etc.)
Recommended: Completion of the following courses:
➔ Cloud Technology Associate (CTA) ➔ Big Data Foundation
|Week 1||Week 2|
|1. Course Introduction||5. Enabling Technologies of IoT + Lab Activities|
|2. Concepts and Terminologies||6. IoT Security and Top Governance Issues|
|3. Business Orientation||7. IoT Case Studies and Future Predictions|
|4. Basic Building Blocks of IoT – Architecture||EPG and Mock Exam|
Concepts and Terminologies
- Introduction: Internet, Things, and IoT
- IoT Types, History and Evolution of IoT
- Cyber-Physical Systems and Differences Among IoE, M2M, and IoT
- Facts and Figures Around IoT and IoT Application Areas
Business Orientation ● Drivers of IoT
- Benefits of a Connected World
- IoT Business: Opportunities, Benefits, and Challenges
- IoT Monetization Strategies and Models
Basic Building Blocks of IoT–Architecture ● Architecture of IoT Components
- Network Protocols Within IoT
Enabling Technologies of IoT + Lab Activities ● Role of Social Media and Mobility in IoT
- Defining SMACT
- Role of Big Data and Analytics in IoT
- Role of Cloud Computing in IoT
IoT Security and Top Governance Issues ● IoT Security Challenges
- Causes of IoT Security Breaches ● IoT Security Risks
IoT Case Studies and Future Predictions ● IoT Usage Scenarios
- IoT Growth Perspectives ● IoT Future Predictions
Exam Preparation Guide Mock Exam
The Internet of Things Foundation exam is delivered and evaluated by CCC.
Web proctored / In-class proctored / Test Center
60 minutes, 15 minutes additional time for non-native candidates
# of questions
40 simple multiple choice (1 mark per question)
- There are no formal prerequisites for the exam, but the participants must be conversant
with cloud concepts and vocabulary.
● There are no formal prerequisites for the exam, but the participants must be conversant
with cloud concepts and vocabulary.