Certification Course : Internet of Things

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N Jeevaratnam

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Course Name : Internet of Things

Code(Credit) :(35 sessions+10 practice)

Course Objectives

  • Understand the meaning of the Internet of Things and its importance.
  • Examine future market opportunities that can be discovered by IoT.
  • Study of wireless sensor network protocols.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the concepts of Internet of Things.
  • Implement core IoT apps on embedded platforms

Course Syllabus

Module:1 Evolution of IoT

Review of computer communication concepts (OSI layers, components, packet communication, Networks, TCP-IP, subnetting, IPV4 addressing and challenges). IPV6 addressing. IoT architecture reference layer.

Module:2 Introduction to IoT components  

Characteristics IoT sensor nodes, Edge computer, cloud and peripheral cloud, single board computers, open source hardwares- ESP8266, NodeMCU, Raspberry Pi, Intel-Gallileo, TI-CC3200, Bolt IoT, Examples of IoT infrastructure.

Practice  Session:

  1. Introduction to ESP8266, NodeMCU, Raspberry Pi, Intel-Gallileo, TI-CC3200, Bolt IoT.
  2. Modules and Sensors Interfacing (DHT11,PIR,BME280,Reed switch, Soil moisture sensor, camera.)
  3. Modules and Actuators Interfacing (Relay, Motor, Solenoid Valve, Buzzer, Speaker)

Module:3 IoT protocols and softwares

MQTT, UDP, MQTT brokers, publish subscribe modes, HTTP, COAP, XMPP and gateway protocols, RS232, RS485, SPI, I2C, CAN, LIN.

Practice Session:

  1. Controlling Micro controller outputs with MQTT protocols.
  2. Sending an HTTP request from Client to Server Microcontroller

Module:4 IoT point to point communication technologies

IoT Communication Pattern, IoT protocol Architecture, Selection of Wireless technologies ( 6LoWPAN, Zigbee, WIFI, BT, BLE,SIG,NFC, LORA, Lifi, Widi

Practice Session:

  1. Establishing IoT point to Point communication Using Wireless technologies.

Module:5 Introduction to Cloud computation and Big data analytics

Evolution of Cloud Computation, Commercial clouds and their features, open source IoT platforms, cloud dashboards, Introduction to big data analytics and Hadoop, Python programming for cloud access, Interfacing and data logging with cloud: Thing speak, Things board, Blync platform.

Practice Session:

  1. Build a cloud weather station dashboard and its visualization.

Module:6 IoT security

Need for encryption, standard encryption protocol, light weight cryptography, Quadruple Trust Model for IoT-A – Threat Analysis and model for IoT-A, Cloud security

Module:7 IoT application and its Variants.

Case studies: IoT for smart cities, health care, agriculture, smart meters.M2M, Web of things, Cellular IoT, Industrial IoT, Industry 4.0, IoT standards.

Practice Session:

  1. Apparel tracking system using IIoT
  2. Agricultural parameter tracking system using IIoT.

 

Text Book(s)

  1. Alessandro Bassi, Martin Bauer, Martin Fiedler, Thorsten Kramp, Rob van Kranenburg, Sebastian Lange, Stefan Meissner, “Enabling things to talk – Designing IoT solutions with the IoT Architecture Reference Model”, Springer Open, 2016
  2. Jan Holler, VlasiosTsiatsis, Catherine Mulligan, Stamatis Karnouskos, Stefan Avesand, David Boyle, “From Machine to Machine to Internet of Things”, Elsevier Publications, 2014.

Reference Books

  1. LuYan, Yan Zhang, Laurence T. Yang, Huansheng Ning, The Internet of Things: From RFID to the Next-Generation Pervasive Network, Aurbach publications, March,2008.
  2. Vijay Madisetti ,ArshdeepBahga, Adrian McEwen (Author), Hakim Cassimally “Internet of Things A Hands-on-Approach” ArshdeepBahga& Vijay Madisetti, 2014.

Session Plan

Session 1

Review of computer communication concepts, OSI layers

http://courseware.cutm.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/OSI_LAYERsession-1.mp4

Session 7

Characteristics IoT sensor nodes.

Session 8

Edge computer, cloud and peripheral cloud.

Session 9

single board computers, open source hardwares- ESP8266, NodeMCU.

http://courseware.cutm.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/introduction-to NODE-MCURasberry-Pi-1.pptx

 

 

Session 10

Raspberry Pi, Intel-Gallileo,

Session 11

TI-CC3200, Bolt IoT

Session 12

Examples of IoT infrastructure.

Session 13

Modules and Sensors Interfacing (DHT11,PIR,BME280,Reed switch,Soil moistur sensor, camera.)

http://courseware.cutm.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Session6_What-is-IPv6-1.pptx

Session 14

Modules and Actuators Interfacing (Relay, Motor, Solenoid Valve,Buzzer,speaker)

Session 15

MQTT, UDP.

Session 16

MQTT brokers, publish subscribe modes.

Session 17

RS232, RS485, SPI, I2C, CAN, LIN.

Session 18

HTTP, COAP, XMPP and gateway protocols

Session 19

Controlling Micro controller outputs with MQTT protocols.

Session 20

Sending an HTTP request from Client to Server Microcontroller.

Session 21

IoT Communication Pattern, IoT protocol Architecture.

Session 22

Selection of Wireless technologies ( 6LoWPAN, Zigbee, WIFI)

Session 23

Selection of Wireless technologies (BT, BLE,SIG,NFC, LORA, Lifi, Widi

Session 24

Establishing IoT point to Point communication Using Wireless technologies.

Session 25

Evolution of Cloud Computation.

Session 26

Evolution of Cloud Computation.

Session 27

Commercial clouds and their features.

Session 28

Commercial clouds and their features.

Session 29

open source IoT platforms.

Session 30

cloud dashboards, Introduction to big data analytics and Hadoop.

Session 31

Python programming for cloud access.

Session 32

Interfacing and data logging with cloud: Thing speak.

Session 33

Things board, Blync platform.

Session 34

Build a cloud weather station dashboard and its visualization.

Session 35

Need for encryption, standard encryption protocol.

Session 36

light weight cryptography.

Session 37

light weight cryptography.

Session 38

Quadruple Trust Model for IoT-A – Threat Analysis.

Session 39

model for IoT-A, Cloud security.

Session 40

Case studies: IoT for smart cities.

Session 41

Case studies: health care, agriculture.

Session 42

Case studies: smart meters.M2M, Web of things, Cellular IoT.

Session 43

Case studies: Industrial IoT, Industry 4.0, IoT standards.

Session 44

Apparel tracking system using IIoT

Session 45

Agricultural parameter tracking system using IIoT

Case Studies

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