IoT Networks and Protocols
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is expanding at a rapid rate, and it is becoming increasingly important for professionals to understand what it is, how it works, and how to harness its power to improve your business.

In this course we will focus on how the IoT works. You will learn about IoT networks and explore how ‘things’ connect to it, including whether the connection and processing is local (fog) or remote (cloud).

We will explore data networks, connection types, layer models and analyze IoT protocols and standards.

You’ll also learn how to evaluate different infrastructure components and network systems, and how to go about designing a basic network for your own IoT ideas.

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  • Understand the component parts of an IoT network and its connections
  • Evaluate different infrastructure components and network systems
  • Analyse protocols and determine best fit for different IoT applications
  • Design the basic network for your own IoT ideas
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Iain Murray AM
Professor and Curtin Academy Fellow
Curtin University

Nazanin Mohammadi
Network Specialist
Curtin University

Siavash Khaksar
Academic
Curtin University

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Suite logique du cours précédent sur les objets capteurs et devices. Permet de comprendre comment sont transportées et stockées les données de ces objets et faire les bons choix d’infrastructure et de protocoles de transport.

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Suite logique du cours précédent sur les objets capteurs et devices. Permet de comprendre comment sont transportées et stockées les données de ces objets et faire les bons choix d’infrastructure et de protocoles de transport.