Internet of Things (IoT) Fundamentals LiveLessons

Internet of Things (IoT) Fundamentals LiveLessons
Internet of Things (IoT) Fundamentals LiveLessons
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 15h 26m | 5.68 GB

By 2020, more than 50 billion “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices will be connected to the Internet. Those connections are already enabling radically new business models, capabilities, and applications, making IoT knowledge indispensable for executives and technologists alike. The IoT Fundamentals LiveLessons video training course offers 10 hours of expert instruction on all the essentials–from sensors and connectivity to data analytics and key industry applications.

Leading Cisco IoT experts Robert Barton and Jerome Henry illuminate core IoT technologies, components, and the building blocks of IoT solutions. They explore IoT network architecture and security considerations, show how to leverage the power of immense IoT data flows, and introduce important IoT applications in several key vertical markets.

Barton and Henry’s 19 well-organized lessons teach through real examples, easy-to-follow animations, and detailed audio explanations. Whatever your role in planning for, using, or building IoT technologies, IoT Fundamentals LiveLessons will help you start fast–and succeed.

Coverage includes

  • What IoT is and how it is transforming businesses
  • Common IoT challenges, building blocks, and architectures
  • Core IoT networking protocols, including the 802.15.4 and LPWA families
  • Models for protecting security and integrity in IoT networks
  • Simple, low-cost IoT networks for homes and small businesses
  • IPv6 adaptations for low power and lossy IoT networks
  • IoT management protocols, including CoAP, MQTT, and SCADA
  • Moving processing to the edge and to the “fog” layer
  • Using data analytics to maximize the value of IoT systems
  • Analyzing IoT data with Hadoop, Kafka, Spark, and the Hadoop ecosystem
  • Industry-specific techniques, smart objects, protocols, and analytic techniques
  • IoT for utilities, the smart grid, and energy efficiency
  • IoT for connected and self-driving cars, mass transit, and cargo transportation
  • IoT for manufacturing: reducing cost and accelerating delivery
  • IoT for smart and connected cities: lighting, parking, and public safety
  • IoT for safer, more efficient oil/gas production and mining

Learn How To

  • Plan, organize, build, and deploy end-to-end IoT solutions
  • Navigate today’s IoT product marketplace
  • Use maturing IoT technologies to solve many business and technical problems
  • Make sense of the full IoT protocol stack, from 802.15.4 and LPWA to IPv6 adaptations and management
  • Architect IoT networks for maximum security and integrity
  • Generate meaningful intelligence from the data your smart objects capture
  • Compare and use batch-level and real-time streaming analytics
  • Improve IoT system efficiency through fog and edge computing
  • Leverage key IoT applications for utilities, transportation, manufacturing, smart cities, public safety, oil/gas production, and mining
Table of Contents

1 Internet of Things Fundamentals – Introduction
2 Module Intro
3 Learning objectives
4 1.1 What is IoT
5 1.2 IoT Building Blocks
6 1.3 IoT Connectivity
7 1.4 IoT and Internet
8 1.5 How IoT is Transforming Businesses
9 Summary
10 Learning objectives
11 2.1 IoT Architecture Requirements
12 2.2 Architecture Models
13 2.3 A Simplified Model
14 2.4 IoT Connectivity Landscape
15 2.5 Range, Throughput, and Scale
16 Summary
17 Module Intro
18 Learning objectives
19 3.1 Sensor Types
20 3.2 Sensing Actions
21 3.3 Actuators and MEMS
22 3.4 Smart Objects
23 3.5 SANETs
24 3.6 WSNs
25 3.7 WSN Communication Protocols
26 Summary
27 Learning objectives
28 4.1 Introduction to 802.15.4
29 4.2 802.15.4 Family of Protocols
30 4.3 802.15.4 Amendments
31 4.4 Topology
32 4.5 802.15.4g
33 4.6 802.15.4e and MAC Enhancements
34 4.7 ZigBee
35 4.8 802.15.4 Use Cases
36 Summary
37 Learning objectives
38 5.1 The Emerging World of LPWANs
39 5.2 An Introduction of LoRaWAN
40 5.3 LoRa Radio Fundamentals
41 5.4 LoRaWAN Sensors and Devices
42 5.5 LoRaWAN Network Architecture
43 5.6 Use Case Examples
44 Summary
45 Learning objectives
46 6.1 Home IoT Use Cases
47 6.2 Home IoT Protocols Requirements
48 6.3 NFC
49 6.4 Bluetooth
50 6.5 Wi-Fi
51 6.6 Introduction to IEEE 802.11ah
52 Summary
53 Learning objectives
54 7.1 Driving Forces for IPv6 in IoT
55 7.2 IPv6 and it’s Place in an IoT Architecture
56 7.3 The IPv6 Adaptation Layer for Constrained Networks
57 7.4 Routing in IoT Networks – RPL
58 7.5 Legacy Device Support in IPv6 IoT Networks
59 7.6 IPv6 and Time Sensitive Networking (TSN)
60 Summary
61 Learning objectives
62 8.1 Understanding the Need for Management Protocols for IoT
63 8.2 Understanding CoAP
64 8.3 Understanding MQTT
65 8.4 Understanding SCADA
66 Summary
67 Learning objectives
68 9.1 An Introduction to IoT and Industrial Security
69 9.2 IoT Security Key Principles
70 9.3 A Model for IoT Security
71 9.4 IoT Security Case Studies
72 Summary
73 Module Intro
74 Learning objectives
75 10.1 Analytics and IoT
76 10.2 Big Data Analytics
77 10.3 An Introduction to Machine Learning
78 10.4 Network Analytics
79 Summary
80 Learning objectives
81 11.1 A New Paradigm in Computing
82 11.2 IoT Distributed Computing Architectures
83 11.3 Fog Building Blocks
84 11.4 Fog and Edge Computing Use Cases
85 Summary
86 Learning objectives
87 12.1 Architectures for Big Data
88 12.2 Introduction to Hadoop
89 12.3 Hadoop Ecosystem Components
90 12.4 Real Time Analytics
91 Summary
92 Module Intro
93 Learning objectives
94 13.1 The Utility Industry
95 13.2 Substation Automation
96 13.3 Communications Over the Utility WAN
97 13.4 Field Area Networks (FANs)
98 Summary
99 Learning objectives
100 14.1 Connected Car
101 14.2 V2X
102 14.3 V2X Applications
103 14.4 Connected Fleet and Mass Transit
104 14.5 Connected Rail
105 Summary
106 Learning objectives
107 15.1 The Manufacturing Industry
108 15.2 IoT Industrial Network Architecture
109 15.3 Industrial Network Design Considerations
110 15.4 Industrial Protocols
111 15.5 Factory Security
112 Summary
113 Learning objectives
114 16.1 Why IoT for Smart Cities
115 16.2 SCC IoT Architecture
116 16.3 SCC IoT Example—Lighting
117 16.4 SCC IoT Example—Parking
118 Summary
119 Learning objectives
120 17.1 IoT for Public Safety Landscape
121 17.2 IoT Blueprint for Public Safety
122 17.3 Mobile Emergency Responder
123 17.4 School Bus Safety Example
124 Summary
125 Learning objectives
126 18.1 The Oil and Gas Industry—Trends and Challenges
127 18.2 IoT Architectures for Oil and Gas
128 18.3 Securing IoT for Oil and Gas
129 Summary
130 Learning objectives
131 19.1 Why IoT for Mining
132 19.2 Why IoT for Mining Solutions
133 19.3 IoT Architecture for Mining
134 Summary
135 Internet of Things Fundamentals – Summary


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