Iot certification course

Master Hardware,Firmware and Everything in Between.

Exploring the World of IOT Development

A Comprehensive Guide

Arduino

To Open-source electronics platform for building IoT projects

Raspberry Pi

To Affordable, credit-card-sized computer used for IoT applications

ESP8266

Low-cost Wi-Fi microchip with full TCP/IP stack for IoT

Why IOT Development?

The Future of No Code Development is Here

IoT enhances efficiency by automating and optimizing processes across various sectors such as manufacturing, agriculture, and logistics. Automated systems can streamline operations, reduce human error, and improve productivity.

IoT enables real-time monitoring and data collection, allowing for immediate responses to issues, better maintenance, and more effective resource management. For example, in agriculture, IoT sensors can monitor soil moisture and weather conditions, enabling farmers to make timely decisions.

They can easily grow with business needs, accommodating additional devices and expanding functionalities without significant restructuring.

Course Benefits

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Career Opportunities

Opens up opportunities in various roles such as IoT Developer, System Designer, Network Specialist, Data Analyst, Security Expert, and Consultant.

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Skill Development

An IoT course covers sensors, microcontrollers, communication protocols, cloud computing, programming (Python, C++, JavaScript), and data analytics.

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IoT Ecosystem

An IoT course covers integrating IoT system components, designing robust and scalable architectures, and understanding security challenges and best practices.

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Hands-On Experience

Engage in practical projects and lab work to build and deploy IoT solutions with real-world experience.

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Innovative Thinking

Develop innovative solutions for real-world problems using IoT technologies. Enhance creativity by designing smart applications and systems.

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Networking Opportunities

Connect with IoT professionals, experts, and peers, and participate in IoT events, seminars, and workshops.

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Business & Management Skills

Learn to develop and implement strategic IoT strategies for businesses, gaining skills in managing projects from conception to deployment.

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Future-Proofing Your Career

Stay current with evolving technologies and trends in IoT. Establish a foundation for continuous learning in a dynamic field.

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Interdisciplinary Knowledge

Learn how IoT intersects with AI, machine learning, and big data, and its applications in industries like healthcare, agriculture, manufacturing, and smart cities.

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What you'll learn

  • Introduction to Schematic Design:Basics of electronic circuit schematics.
  • Understanding Circuit Components:Identifying and using electronic components.
  • Reading Circuit Diagrams:Interpreting various schematic symbols.
  • Designing Basic Circuits:Creating simple electronic circuit schematics.
  • Using Schematic Design Software:Introduction to CAD tools for schematics.
  • Power Supply Design:Designing and integrating power circuits.
  • Signal Path Design:Creating signal routing in schematics.
  • Debugging Schematics:Identifying and correcting schematic errors.
  • Best Practices in Schematic Design:Ensuring reliability and efficiency
  • Documenting Schematics:Properly annotating and documenting designs.
  • Introduction to Layout Design:Basics of PCB layout design.
  • Component Placement:Strategically positioning components on a PCB.
  • Trace Routing:Designing electrical connections between components.
  • Power and Ground Planes:Creating power and ground distribution layers.
  • Design Rule Checks (DRC):Ensuring layout meets design specifications.
  • Thermal Management:Addressing heat dissipation in layout.
  • Signal Integrity:Maintaining clean signal paths.
  • Using Layout Design Software:Working with tools like Altium or Eagle.
  • Multilayer PCB Design:Designing complex multilayer boards.
  • Gerber File Generation:Creating files for PCB manufacturing.
  • Introduction:Basics of selecting electronic components.
  • Specification:Identifying component requirements and specifications.
  • Sourcing:Finding reliable component supplier
  • Datasheets:Reading and understanding component datasheets.
  • Compatibility:Ensuring component compatibility with design.
  • Availability:Checking component stock and lead times.
  • Introduction:Basics of Bill of Materials (BOM)
  • Components:Listing all required components.
  • Quantities:Specifying quantities for each component.
  • Part Numbers:Assigning unique part numbers.
  • Descriptions:Writing clear component descriptions.
  • Suppliers:Identifying preferred suppliers.
  • Generate a BOM from the layout software.
  • Export the BOM in a suitable format (e.g., CSV).
  • Introduction:Overview of hardware testing procedures and objectives.
  • Prototyping:Building and assembling the hardware prototype.
  • Continuity Testing:Checking electrical connections for continuity.
  • Power-On Testing:Verifying power supply functionality and stability.
  • Functional Testing:Ensuring all components perform their intended functions.
  • Signal Testing:Analyzing signal integrity and performance.
  • Environmental Testing:Assessing hardware performance under various conditions.
  • Stress Testing:Evaluating hardware reliability under stress conditions.

Firmware

  • Introduction :Overview of serial communication protocols integration in firmware.
  • UART Integration:Incorporating UART for asynchronous serial communication.
  • SPI Integration:Integrating SPI for synchronous serial communication.
  • I2C Integration:Implementing I2C for inter-device communication.
  • Data Transfer:Managing data transfer between devices using UART, SPI, and I2C.
  • Protocol Configuration:Configuring settings and parameters for each communication protocol.
  • Interrupt Handling:Managing interrupts for efficient data transfer.
  • Introduction:Overview of firmware functions for hardware interaction.
  • GPIO Functions:Configuring and controlling General Purpose Input/Output pins.
  • PWM Functions:Implementing Pulse Width Modulation for analog output.
  • Interrupt Handling:Managing interrupts for time-sensitive tasks.
  • Timer Functions:Utilizing timers for precise timing operations.
  • Pin Configuration:Assigning pin functions and modes.
  • PWM Signal Generation:Generating variable duty cycle PWM signals.
  • Interrupt Service Routines:Writing routines to handle interrupt events.
  • Timer Configuration:Setting up and configuring timers for specific tasks.
  • Introduction:Overview of debugging techniques and code analysis.
  • Debugging Tools:Utilizing tools for code debugging and analysis.
  • Error Identification:Identifying and diagnosing firmware errors and bugs.
  • Code Tracing:Tracing code execution for error localization.
  • Variable Inspection:Inspecting variables for value analysis during runtime.
  • Memory Management:Managing memory usage and identifying memory leaks.
  • Code Optimization:Optimizing code for performance and efficiency.

Communication

  • Introduction:Overview of integrating various communication signals.
  • Protocol Selection:Choosing appropriate communication protocols for integration.
  • Signal Compatibility:Ensuring compatibility between different communication signals.
  • Interface Configuration:Configuring interfaces for signal transmission and reception.
  • Data Formatting:Formatting data for transmission and reception.
  • Synchronization:Synchronizing signals for accurate data transfer.
  • Error Handling:Implementing error detection and correction mechanisms.
  • Integration Testing:Testing signal integration for functionality and reliability.
  • Introduction:Overview of command-based communication and data encoding/decoding.
  • Command Definition:Defining commands for device interaction and control.
  • Encoding Methods:Exploring techniques for encoding data for transmission.
  • Decoding Methods:Understanding methods for decoding received data.
  • Command Implementation:Implementing commands for IoT device functionality.
  • Testing Commands:Testing command execution and response handling.
  • Introduction:Overview of cloud-based communication for IoT devices.
  • Cloud Platforms:Introduction to popular cloud platforms for IoT.
  • APIs:Using APIs for cloud and device communication.
  • Authentication:Implementing security measures for cloud access.
  • Message Queues:Utilizing message queues for asynchronous communication.
  • Monitoring:Monitoring and managing cloud-connected devices.

Schematic Design
  • Introduction to Schematic Design:Basics of electronic circuit schematics.
  • Understanding Circuit Components:Identifying and using electronic components.
  • Reading Circuit Diagrams:Interpreting various schematic symbols.
  • Designing Basic Circuits:Creating simple electronic circuit schematics.
  • Using Schematic Design Software:Introduction to CAD tools for schematics.
  • Power Supply Design:Designing and integrating power circuits.
  • Signal Path Design:Creating signal routing in schematics.
  • Debugging Schematics:Identifying and correcting schematic errors.
  • Best Practices in Schematic Design:Ensuring reliability and efficiency
  • Documenting Schematics:Properly annotating and documenting designs.
Layout Design
  • Introduction to Layout Design:Basics of PCB layout design.
  • Component Placement:Strategically positioning components on a PCB.
  • Trace Routing:Designing electrical connections between components.
  • Power and Ground Planes:Creating power and ground distribution layers.
  • Design Rule Checks (DRC):Ensuring layout meets design specifications.
  • Thermal Management:Addressing heat dissipation in layout.
  • Signal Integrity:Maintaining clean signal paths.
  • Using Layout Design Software:Working with tools like Altium or Eagle.
  • Multilayer PCB Design:Designing complex multilayer boards.
  • Gerber File Generation:Creating files for PCB manufacturing.
Components Selection
  • Introduction:Basics of selecting electronic components.
  • Specification:Identifying component requirements and specifications.
  • Sourcing:Finding reliable component supplier
  • Datasheets:Reading and understanding component datasheets.
  • Compatibility:Ensuring component compatibility with design.
  • Availability:Checking component stock and lead times.
BOM Generation
  • Introduction:Basics of Bill of Materials (BOM)
  • Components:Listing all required components.
  • Quantities:Specifying quantities for each component.
  • Part Numbers:Assigning unique part numbers.
  • Descriptions:Writing clear component descriptions.
  • Suppliers:Identifying preferred suppliers.
  • Generate a BOM from the layout software.
  • Export the BOM in a suitable format (e.g., CSV).
Hardware Test
  • Introduction:Overview of hardware testing procedures and objectives.
  • Prototyping:Building and assembling the hardware prototype.
  • Continuity Testing:Checking electrical connections for continuity.
  • Power-On Testing:Verifying power supply functionality and stability.
  • Functional Testing:Ensuring all components perform their intended functions.
  • Signal Testing:Analyzing signal integrity and performance.
  • Environmental Testing:Assessing hardware performance under various conditions.
  • Stress Testing:Evaluating hardware reliability under stress conditions.
UART, SPI, I2C Integration
  • Introduction :Overview of serial communication protocols integration in firmware.
  • UART Integration:Incorporating UART for asynchronous serial communication.
  • SPI Integration:Integrating SPI for synchronous serial communication.
  • I2C Integration:Implementing I2C for inter-device communication.
  • Data Transfer:Managing data transfer between devices using UART, SPI, and I2C.
  • Protocol Configuration:Configuring settings and parameters for each communication protocol.
  • Interrupt Handling:Managing interrupts for efficient data transfer.
GPIO, PWM, Interrupt, Timer Function
  • Introduction:Overview of firmware functions for hardware interaction.
  • GPIO Functions:Configuring and controlling General Purpose Input/Output pins.
  • PWM Functions:Implementing Pulse Width Modulation for analog output.
  • Interrupt Handling:Managing interrupts for time-sensitive tasks.
  • Timer Functions:Utilizing timers for precise timing operations.
  • Pin Configuration:Assigning pin functions and modes.
  • PWM Signal Generation:Generating variable duty cycle PWM signals.
  • Interrupt Service Routines:Writing routines to handle interrupt events.
  • Timer Configuration:Setting up and configuring timers for specific tasks.
Debug and Analysis the Code
  • Introduction:Overview of debugging techniques and code analysis.
  • Debugging Tools:Utilizing tools for code debugging and analysis.
  • Error Identification:Identifying and diagnosing firmware errors and bugs.
  • Code Tracing:Tracing code execution for error localization.
  • Variable Inspection: Inspecting variables for value analysis during runtime.
  • Memory Management: Managing memory usage and identifying memory leaks.
  • Code Optimization: Optimizing code for performance and efficiency.
Signal Integration
  • Introduction:Overview of integrating various communication signals.
  • Protocol Selection:Choosing appropriate communication protocols for integration.
  • Signal Compatibility:Ensuring compatibility between different communication signals.
  • Interface Configuration:Configuring interfaces for signal transmission and reception.
  • Data Formatting:Formatting data for transmission and reception.
  • Synchronization:Synchronizing signals for accurate data transfer.
  • Error Handling:Implementing error detection and correction mechanisms.
  • Integration Testing: Testing signal integration for functionality and reliability.
Commands, Encode and Decode
  • Introduction:Overview of command-based communication and data encoding/decoding.
  • Command Definition:Defining commands for device interaction and control.
  • Encoding Methods:Exploring techniques for encoding data for transmission.
  • Decoding Methods:Understanding methods for decoding received data.
  • Command Implementation:Implementing commands for IoT device functionality.
  • Testing Commands:Testing command execution and response handling.
Cloud Communication
  • Introduction:Overview of cloud-based communication for IoT devices.
  • Cloud Platforms:Introduction to popular cloud platforms for IoT.
  • APIs:Using APIs for cloud and device communication.
  • Authentication:Implementing security measures for cloud access.
  • Message Queues: Utilizing message queues for asynchronous communication.
  • Monitoring: Monitoring and managing cloud-connected devices.

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The course starts from 3 month to 6 months.
No prior experience is required, though basic programming knowledge is beneficial.
Yes, a certificate of completion will be awarded upon successful completion of the course.
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