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IoT Connecting Things

Title IoT Connecting Things
Course code CM594-11-2021-C
Objective This course teaches students how things are connected to the Internet and understanding the roles provided by the Internet of Things.
  • Create circuits and microcontroller programs with the Arduino and a variety of components.
  • Create Python programs on the Raspberry Pi to provide IoT functionality.
  • Use Packet Tracer to model Python-based IoT systems.
  • Explain how the IoT can be used to provide solutions in healthcare, energy, smart-city, and manufacturing.
  • Explain the importance of designing IoT solutions that secure and protect devices, software, and data.
Assessment At least 80% attendance and complete all in-class exercises and assessments.
Target audience Intended for anyone who has an interest in understanding and building simple IoT devices.
Prerequisite Recommended pre-requisite knowledge for Connecting Things: ● Basic TCP/IP networking including cabling and connecting devices in a LAN and to the Internet. ● Experience using any programming language to solve basic algorithmic problems. ● Foundational knowledge of physics including current, voltage, resistance, and power.
Class size 16 Full
Instructor Master Degree (Distinction) on E-Commerce Engineering from Queen Mary, University of London, Microsoft Certified Trainer, Cisco Certified Academy Instructor, 17 years experience on IT field.
Courseware Original online courseware provided by Cisco.
Instruction language Cantonese (supplemented with English)
Handout language English
Duration 30 hours in 10 sessions
Schedule 18:45-21:45, from Nov 1, 2021 to Dec 2, 2021 every Monday, Thursday.
Fee MOP2,000
Venue Cyber-Lab (Rua Comandante Mata Oliveira, Ed. Associacao Industrial, 3-andar Macau)
Certificate Certificate and letter issued by Cisco, certifying the completion status of the student (for students who have attained at least 80% attendance and passed the assessment).
PDAC code Approved Course under the SAR Government "Continuing Education Development Program", Code: 2104140009-0
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