IEEE IoT Courses
21 March 2018
Most new Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications have a wireless component. Generally, the wireless technology is an enabler, but not the main focus of the company developing the application / product. Such companies may struggle with the main issues associated with selecting and integrating wirelesss technology into products. This course teaches you what you need to know in order to select a wireless solution for an IoT application regardless of the chosen platform.
The IoT Revolution: Challenges and Opportunities
The Internet of Things (IoT) will bring about tremendous improvements in user experience and system efficiency. It will have a transformational impact on all industries and re-shape business models and industry configurations. An estimated 50 billion connected devices will be deployed by 2020 and the total IoT revenue is expected to grow to $1.2 trillion in 2022. As a result, IoT services are expected to be a key driver for growth in the telecommunication industry. The focus of this tutorial will be on the evolution of cellular technologies to support low-power wide-area IoT services, related requirements, commercial use cases, field experiments and performance results.
IEEE Guide to the Internet of Things Course Program
New online course program from IEEE covering industry applications for the Internet of Things, along with challenges and future opportunities. Includes topics such as IoT software, limitations of wireless technology, reference architecture and use cases.
Course Titles Include:
IEEE ComSoc Webinar: 5G's Role in the Internet of Things
IEEE Communications Webinar Series: Three Key Challenges for 5G
This series of IEEE Communications Society webinars will highlight three areas of intense technical interest that require substantial development to make 5G a reality and realize its promises for the Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things is expected to be the main driver of demand for the higher information rates and lower latencies of 5G, and it will be a different world. The current LTE framework is built around the base station. It’s not clear yet how 5G, WiFi, Bluetooth, and other communications modalities will divide the IoT communications pie, or how they will interact in practice. Will high-bit-rate, short-range communications in ranges above 6GHz bypass the bases-station take on the local device-to-device load. Will backers of different protocols go to war over staking claims to the expanding spectrum? How will IoT networks coordinate among devices that may rely on different communications protocols? How much data will have to be referred through the backbone for central coordination, and how much will be allocated and adjudicated out on the edge?
IEEE Smart Tech
In this 6+ hour course, viewers get an overview of the smart IoT solutions and services that have been unleashed thanks to recent advancements in wireless, miniaturization of technology, improvement in processing power, standards, and market attraction. Taught by Fawzi Behmann, President of TelNet Management Consulting.
IEEE ComSoc Infographic: Internet of Things
By 2020, the number of internet-connected things will reach or exceed 50 billion. Learn more about the impact of IoT in this infographic from IEEE ComSoc.
IoT Developer Survey 2016 Results
IoT Developer Survey 2016 Results
An annual survey of the IoT developer community was sponsored by Eclipse IoT, AGILE IoT and IEEE IoT. Thanks to this partnership, 528 participants responded. The report includes developer usage of different IoT standards, technology and industry perceptions.
Download Survey Report (PDF, 1 MB)
For a summary of the results, read "Profile of an IoT Developer: Results of the IoT Developer Survey" blog post by Ian Skerrett, Director of Marketing for the Eclipse Foundation.
Vint Cerf Keynote and Q&A at IEEE WF-IoT 2015
American Internet pioneer, Vinton Gray "Vint" Cerf, delivered a keynote at the 2nd IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT) in Milan, Italy. Following his keynote, he answered questions from the audience on the topics of cloud privacy and IoT security.
Networks of 'Things' (Demystifying IoT)
On 31 May 2016, Jeff Voas, Computer Scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and IEEE Fellow, gave a talk on Networks of Things as part of a two-day workshop on Named Data Networking (NDN) at NIST Headquarters.
IEEE recently participated in the WSIS Forum in Switzerland, which represents the world’s largest gathering of the “ICT for development” community. IEEE’s engagement at WSIS complements its existing open, global and collaborative work in Internet Governance, security and privacy, including: IEEE Internet Initiative, IEEE Big Data Initiative, IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Cybersecurity Initiative, IEEE Internet of Things Initiative, IEEE Smart Cities, and the IEEE Standards Association Industry Connections program for Ethical Considerations in the Design of Autonomous Systems, which helps provide recommendations for the ethical implementation of standardized intelligent technologies, as well as others.
While at WSIS, Oleg Logvinov, chair of the IEEE Internet Initiative, was interviewed on how ICT supports the 17 sustainable development goals, as well as other topics.
IEEE Live Panel: Algorithmic Access Control - Are machines qualified to solve access control for Internet of everything?
On 26 August 2015, the IEEE Internet Initiative held a live panel where leading industry experts participated in a dynamic discussion on algorithmic decision-making and its impact on our increasingly connected lives. It is now available for viewing on Google+.
IoT and Its Challenges
Watch the keynote speech "IoT and Its Challenges" by Roberto Minerva, chair of the IEEE IoT Initiative, presented at the eHealth Summer University, 1-3 July 2015, in Castres, France.
Keynote: A Market Driven Architecture - The Standard for an Architectural Framework for the IoT
Keynote by Oleg Logvinov, Chair of the IEEE P2413 Architectural Framework for the Internet of Things (IoT) Working Group and Director of Special Assignments at STMicroelectronics' Industrial & Power Conversion Division, at the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics.
IEEE's main attraction this year is a mind-control racing game. Players wear EEG headsets that analyze their brain waves and help them propel cars down the track with their thoughts.
IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT) 2014 Conference Videos
Video presentations and keynotes from the 2014 IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things are now available for viewing.
Cisco Internet of Things World Forum Interview: Mary Lynne Nielsen and Oleg Logvinov
This video interview at Cisco’s Internet of Things World Forum in Chicago provides insight on the scope and nature of the Internet of Things (IoT), how IEEE is addressing an architectural framework for IoT, and the top challenges associated with it. Speaking to these topics was Oleg Logvinov, Chair of the IEEE Working Group on IEEE P2413, IEEE Standard for an Architectural Framework for the Internet of Things, and director, special assignments, Industrial and Power Conversion Division, STMicroelectronics; and Mary Lynne Nielsen, Technical Initiatives Director for IEEE Standards Association.
Oleg Logvinov at TEDxTaipei 2014
Oleg Logvinov, an IEEE subject matter expert on the Internet of Things (IoT), was recorded at TEDx Taipei Innovation speaking on aspects of IoT including humanization of technology, embedded intelligence and demographic megatrends that will converge in the smart home as a de facto proof-of-concept lab. Oleg serves on the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) Corporate Advisory Group and the IEEE-SA Standards Board, and is the Director of Special Assignments at STMicroelectronics' Industrial & Power Conversion Division.
The Great Internet of Things Debate
On 2 May 2014, IEEE held an hour-long live Q&A where some of the top IoT experts discussed current progress and future ideas in the field. The expert panel included William Webb, Oleg Logninov, Kevin Curran and Roberto Minerva, moderated by Chris Murphy, editor of InformationWeek. It is available for viewing on IEEE's Google+ page.
NIST is first to ask: ‘What is Internet of Things anyway?’
When Jeff Voas, Computer Scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), set out to determine the security implications of IoT, he discovered that first he would need to provide a scientific definition. In this podcast, he discusses how his research led him to create NIST Special Publication 800-183 which explores the science, foundation, and security ramifications of IoT.
GigaOm Podcast Interview with Oleg Logvinov on IoT and Power Efficiency
In this podcast interview (10/21), Oleg Logvinov paints a picture of how and where power will be consumed, and ways we can build a more power-efficient Internet of Things. If our society will have 50 billion connected devices in our future, then we need to start thinking about energy efficiency, not just in terms of silicon efficiency at the device level, but all the way up to the networking technologies, to how we design our apps to talk on the most efficient networks.
Podcast: Meet Four of the Finalists at This Year's Google Science Fair
Eighteen finalists from more than 120 countries came to California to compete in the final round of the 2013 Google Science Fair. This event brought kids from around the world to open their eyes to the problems around them and turn to science to find the solutions.