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Follow The Raodmap To IoT With MIT

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Learn From MIT

There is good news from MIT in the IoT Zone. The “Roadmap To A Connected World” initiative  is giving IoT enthusiasts, students and almost everyone in the industry a tremendous opportunity to learn from leaders. The theme of this course is designed to nurture this thriving zone as we are being surrounded by technology in all possible manner. The challenges of linking existing electronic devices to internet is the prime focus and Roadmap focuses on topics ranging from the physical world:

  1. Manufacturing and supply chains
  2. Retail
  3. Transportation and logistics
  4. Healthcare
  5. Energy (oil and gas)
  6. Agriculture
  7. Financial
  8. Public sector
  9. Automotive
  10. Logistics
  11. Telecommunications
  12. Consumer products

Course in a brief

The Course span six week and encompass end to end understanding of three major modules:

  • IoT Technologies
  • Solutions
  • Applications


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Experts and Expertise

MIT is pioneering at IoT research and is partnering with Companies, Governments, and Industries. This package de facto brings in a an ocean of opportunities and solutions to real world challenges.

The registered participants will be interacting with IoT experts and Professors. The panel will be shared by Sanjay Sarma, co-chair of the MIT Auto-ID Labs, , Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web and founder of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)Daniela Rus, Director of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), Carlo Ratti, director, MIT SENSEable City Lab and Joseph Paradiso, co-director, Things That Think Consortium, MIT Media Lab and CASIL Researchers.

The videos, presentations and  case studies can help participants to assess real time scenarios and provide essential solutions. The students who have successfully completed the course with an 80% success rate would earn their certificate of completion. Lets all share this information to create breakthroughs to the bright future of Internet Of Things.

Courtsey: MIT

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