Internet of Things is an exciting, challenging and growing field which will spread through industry in future. With the advent of industrial automation, Microcontrollers and applications have been around since the 1960’s in all manufacturing organizations, including chemical plants, automobile manufacturing units, nuclear plants, energy generation units, and the like. Every industrial sector telecommunications, banking, health care, avionics, automobile, food processing, semiconductor electronics, defense etc., all uses Internet of things to monitor and control the plants remotely. It should not be surprising that nearly 90 percent of the automation end up in Internet of things.
This course provides a broad coverage of challenges and research issues to the design and management of automation.
The students are exposed to advanced courses such as IOT protocols, cloud architecture and computing, kernel programming, software defined radio and many more.
The curriculum prepares students to take on complex challenges in the real world. Further it is helpful in continue their research and develop industrial applications.
Ample scope for pursuing interdisciplinary research through collaboration with Centers of IOT, Artificial intelligence and many more.
Hands-on experiential learning through remote labs that provide access to leading IoT platforms such as ARM Cortex based STM32, Raspberry Pi & Arduino.
IoT System Administrators
Citizen IoT Scientists
IoT Solution Architects
IoT Test engineer