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Implementing an IoT project (connected objects)

  • Duration 1 day
  • Regular fee 660
  • Preferential fee 595?
  • Locations
    • Montreal

Accreditation and partners association

  • Project Management Institute 6 PDU


To provide the skills and knowledge required to understand how objects interact with your applications and information system. What specific role do they play and how to we get them to interact with tablets and phones? This course will provide ideas for new user services and will help you anticipate and prepare for the years to come.

Targeted audience

IT directors, high-level managers, IT managers, business analysts, industrial project managers.


Good experience in computer programming.

Training Details


  • Key definitions
  • Passive and active sensors, MEMS, connected objects, M2M, very different needs
  • Measuring analog and digital values
  • Exposing values on a low-power network: type of network according to specific needs
  • Connecting with an external transport network (Internet, fibre optics, Wi-Fi, etc.)
  • Warehousing and processing at the item level
  • IoT eight-level model: problems to be addressed
  • Specific processors: Intel Quark, ARM, SoCs, etc.
  • LPWANs (Low-Power Wide-Area networks): SigFox, LoRa, LTE-M
  • Dedicated operating systems: QNX, TinyOS, MBED, VxWorks 7, etc.
  • Development and language APIs
  • How cloud computing contributes to IoT architecture
  • How IoT relates to traditional computing
  • IoT security issues: weak protection
  • Usable technologies: coding, certificates, hardening networking protocol
  • Intrusion in private life
  • Applications: health, industry, services, self-driving cars, surveillance and security, agriculture, insurance and banks, construction, commerce, home automation, building automation, energy management, smart cities
  • Team organization: skills required
  • Key project stages and expected deliverables
  • Future training to anticipate
  • Available project management tools
  • Best practices to be observed
  • Successful examples to emulate

Trainer(s) assigned(s)