 What is IoT?
 How IoT is applied in different domains?
 Use cases ranging from Smart Cities to IIoT
 How large is the IoT Market in different domains?

IoT Architecture

 IoT Technology stack
 Sensors & Actuators
 Hardware Platforms
 Wireless Communication Protocols
 Network communication Protocols
 Cloud, its components and IoT
 Data Streaming in IoT
 Data Store and IoT
 Analytics & Visualization for IoT

Sensor & Actuator

 What is Sensor & Actuator?
 What is a good sensor?
 Sensor properties and their classification
 Types of Sensors & Actuators
 Working of typical Sensors and Actuators
 Categories of sensors Commercial/Industrial/Military/Medical/Food grade sensors
 Selecting a sensor for your use case
 IoT Hardware Platform & comparison
 Criteria for selecting Hardware platform

Raspberry pi and Arduino Hardware Overview

 The Raspberry Pi and Arduino Open Source Microcontroller Platform
 Schematics, PCB Design Tools and prototype steps
 Raspberry Pi and Arduino Board Layout & Architecture
 Why Raspberry Pi and Arduino?

Arduino Programming fundamentals

 How to program Arduino with Arduino IDE
 How to make your Arduino respond to sensors and actuators
 Reading data from analog/Digital Sensors
 Writing data to analog (PWM)/Digital actuators

Interfacing Sensors and Actuators with Hardware

 Connecting sensors to Arduino to read data from sensor and display on serial monitor (Temperature, Humidity, Distance, Light, Moisture,
Gas (Methane/Alcohol), Proximity, Motion).

 Connecting actuator to Arduino and controlling Actuator (LED, Relay, Push button, Buzzer) Controlling a motor (actuator) by sensing
 Controlling a buzzer using Ultrasonic ranger
 PIR (Human presence) (Combining sensors to avoid false alarms)
 Controlling sprinklers using relay by sensing moisture in the soil using moisture sensor
Program Raspberry Pi board
 Working with Raspberry Pi 3 Model
 Installing OS and Designing Systems using Raspberry pi
 Configuring Raspberry Pi for VNC Connection
 Getting introduced to Linux OS
 Basic Linux commands and uses
 Getting Started with Python
 Variables, Functions and control Structure
 File Handling in Python & Importing or Exporting Data
 Interface sensor and Actuator with Raspberry Pi

IoT Communication Protocol
IoT Wireless Protocols

 RFID, NFC, Blue Tooth, BLE, ZigBee, Zwave Mesh network
 Comparison of wireless Protocols
 How to select a wireless Protocol based on use case

IoT Communication Channels

 Wi Fi, GSM/GPRS, 2G, 3G, LTE
 Comparison of Communication Channels
 How to select a Communication Channels based on Use Case

IoT Network Protocols


Comparison of the Network protocols

 How to select a Network Protocol based on Use Case

Introduction to IPv4 and IPv6

 Issues with IPv4 in IoT
 How IPv6 solves the issues with IPv4
 Application issues with RF protocol
 power consumption, LOS,reliability,Security aspects

TCP/UDP Transport layer Protocol

 Introduction of TCP & UDP
 Difference between TCP/UDP Transport layer protocol

 Practically testing the TCP v/s UDP by python socket programming

HTTP Application layer IOT Protocol

 Introduction and structure of HTTP protocol
 Start with HTTP protocol GET/POST Method
 Work on python Flask library design web page
 Control thing from webpage using HTTP protocol
 Publish sensor data over webserver

MQTT IOT Protocol

 Introduction to MQTT
 Why MQTT?
 Features of MQTT
 MQTT Subscribe/Publish
 MQTT Broker
 MQTT Security

MQTT with Raspberry Pi

 Installation of Mosquito MQTT broker
 Publish and Subscriber test on local server broker
 Start with Paho MQTT
 Publish/subscribe test on iot.eclipse platform

CoAP IOT Protocol

 Introduction of CoAP
 Architecher of CoAP IOT protocol
 Diffrence between HTTP & COAP
 Implement of CoAP using CoAPthon Python library
 Design server and client using Python

IoT Cloud Platform(Ubidot)

 Read data from sensors,
 Create JSON Object
 Establish HTTPS connection using Wi Fi
 Send JSON data to Ubidot Rest API over HTTPS
 Create business rules in Ubidot for alarms
 Send Data to Ubidot platform
 Create rule and configure Alarm(SMS/Email) for your device
 Send data to Ubidot which will trigger the alarm
 Create and configure Chart/Graph for visualization
 Control the actuator from Ubidot using polling technique

Theory Introduction to the Big Data and Big data technologies
Cloud Computing

 What is cloud?
 What is cloud computing?
 Benefits of cloud.
 Deployment Models.
 Top cloud providers.
 Service Models
 Service Catalogue
 Advantages for different offerings
 Introduction to AWS
 Service provided by AWS E2C, SimpleDB RDS, Dynamo DB, Elastic Beanstalk, SNS, Cloud Watch, Route 53, VPC, Elastic Load Balancing, S3,


 Cloud data storage
 Introduction to Big Data
 BigData Definition and Characteristics
 Who is Generating Big Data
 Big Data Analytics
 Why Big Data Analytics
 Applications of Big Data Analytics
 Different Data Stores
 Big Data Technologies CouchDB, MongoDB, Node4J

AWS IoT Setup for Application Development

 Introduction to AWS IoT
 Creating a Thing in AWS IoT
 Downloading SDK and configuring RaspberryPi

Preparing the RaspberryPi to connect to AWS IoT

 Downloading Certificates from AWS IoT console
 Installing certificate in RaspberryPi
 Connecting Sensors to RaspberryPi II.

Connecting to AWS IoT

 Configuring RaspberryPi sketch to connect to AWS IoT through Wi Fi
 Establishing MQTT Connection
 Publishing Sensor data to AWS IoT Thing Shadow
 Subscribing MQTT Topic and controlling actuator from Thing shadow

Send Data from raspberry Pi to AWS IoT

 Run Ultrasonic ranger sketch in RaspberryPi and check
 Updating of data from RaspberryPi to AWS Thing Shadow

Dynamo DB

 Configuration of Dynamo DB
 Create table in Dynamo DB

 Create rule link dynamo DB with AWS IOT
 Store sensor data From AWS IOT in Daynamo DB


 Setup SNS service
 Test SNS service by publish/subscribe
 Create a rule and link with AWS IOT
 Notify through mail when Publisher publish data

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