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The explosive growth of the “Internet of Things” is changing our world and the rapid drop in price for typical IoT components is allowing people to innovate new designs and products at home. In this first class in the specialization you will learn the importance of IoT in society, the current components of typical IoT devices and trends for the future. IoT design considerations, constraints and interfacing between the physical world and your device will also be covered. You will also learn how to make design trade-offs between hardware and software. We'll also cover key components of networking to ensure that students understand how to connect their device to the Internet. Please note that this course does not include discussion forums. Upon completing this course, you will be able to: 1. Define the term “Internet of Things” 2. State the technological trends which have led to IoT 3. Describe the impact of IoT on society 4. Define what an embedded system is in terms of its interface 5. Enumerate and describe the components of an embedded system 6. Describe the interactions of embedded systems with the physical world 7. Name the core hardware components most commonly used in IoT devices 8. Describe the interaction between software and hardware in an IoT device 9. Describe the role of an operating system to support software in an IoT device 10. Explain the use of networking and basic networking hardware 11. Describe the structure of the Internet 12. Describe the meaning of a “network protocol” 13. Explain MANETs and their relation to IoT...

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PK
26 oct. 2020

This course is full of benefit. Content of the course is very accurate. Teacher who was teaching was also good. I would suggest to all the beginner to learn this topic who are interested in IoT field.

ME
17 sept. 2017

good course :)\n\nplease review my assignment to complete my course :(\n\nhttps://www.coursera.org/learn/iot/peer/qYW91/module-1-peer-review-identify-and-analyze-a-device/review/VBUuMpl_EeeuPhL2ByDlUA

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par Darshan C

10 juin 2020

Really Great introduction to the subject

par NANDURI L

24 avr. 2020

Thank you for giving me this opportunity

par Ivan

31 oct. 2017

A bit slow but quite informative course.

par Sylvester O

4 févr. 2021

The course has good coverage of content

par S S K

15 juil. 2020

it was nice to have introduction on IOT

par Tan U R

10 mai 2020

OverAll very helpful and amazing course

par Gaurav R

15 oct. 2019

gives you a good start on IOT platform.

par Shashidhar s

4 sept. 2019

good course for basics of IoT concepts.

par Shashank S

24 janv. 2017

Inroductory course. Good for begineers

par BhuvaneswariA

29 oct. 2015

Good for beginners in embedded systems

par Anindita K

14 déc. 2020

very usrer handling & HELPFULL course

par shivam k s

22 mai 2020

overall course was good learned a lot

par Palavalli P R

23 déc. 2019

Thanks for making me learn something.

par Chirag P

12 juin 2017

Awesome designed course for beginners

par Souradeep C

10 mai 2020

It is a very nice and helpful course

par Md A N

28 avr. 2020

Good one for the very basics of IOT.

par Alberto P

13 mai 2020

very good as an introduction of IoT

par SHUBHAM V U

24 oct. 2020

Really Nice Course for beginners!!

par REDDYGARI S A K

25 sept. 2020

NICE COURSE AND WONDERFUL TEACHING

par SHAH A S

22 sept. 2020

Very good course,very helpful 👍👍

par Prasansa J

17 juin 2020

it was really good for a beginner!

par Oussama F

27 juil. 2017

Great work there a bit easy though

par Prakash K R

6 juil. 2020

Hands-on labs should be included.

par Akundi S

25 déc. 2019

Good explanation regarding basics

par SASI K P

29 juin 2018

Great content from prof Ian Haris