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EE Times University Series: Fundamentals of IoT System Design

Original Air Date: Oct 17, 2017 Webinar
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Designing an IoT device requires more than expertise in embedded system design. Developers also need to understand the IoT architecture and how their device fits into the grander scheme. IoT devices are not stand-alone but links in a chain that can affect the entire internet. Developers need to understand how to secure their device, provision it and get it safely communicating on the internet. In this 3-day course, we will go beyond the embedded and examine these critical IoT concepts.

Day 1 - The IoT Architecture
In this session, we will take a hands-on look at how we can build an IoT sensor node and the various sensors that a developer might consider in their design.

Day 2 - Creating an IoT Sensor Node
This class will take a hands-on look at how we can build an IoT sensor node and the various sensors that a developer might consider in their design.

Day 3 - Securing and Connecting the Edge
This final lecture will explore how to connect a device to the internet and the various security methodologies that should be considered. We will also discuss concepts such as remote provisioning and control, interoperability, and stand-alone operation.

Speakers

Jacob Beningo, Embedded Software Consultant, Firmware Expert, Blogger, Beningo Embedded Group

Jacob is an embedded software consultant, technical trainer and writer who specializes in real-time embedded software for microcontroller based systems. Jacob is an expert in C, C++ and Python with firmware analysis and design skills. He is well versed in developing software architectures, rapid prototyping and RTOSs. Jacob is interested in consulting, training and content creation opportunities.

Patrick Mannion, Consultant, ClariTek, LLC

Engineer and technology analyst, writer and and content development strategist focused on the electronics industry. Makes strategic content and editorial decisions to help the engineering community stay informed and managed design risk through live and online channels and events. Combines electronics engineering education and experience with purposeful and informed editorial.

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