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This is a free, self-paced online course.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a bit of a buzzword in recent years, but what’s it all really about? In this course, developed by UTS Industry Professor Emmanuel Mastio and CEO of the Internet of Things Alliance Australia Frank Zeichner, we take you behind the hype to show you the technology behind the IoT and the conditions that make for useful IoT applications.
Learn about sensors and actuators - the building blocks of the IoT, as well as the technological and historical conditions that have led to the expansion of the IoT. What will be the next IoT breakthrough? Where will it happen? After working through this course, you’ll be better prepared to answer these questions.
You will get to see existing examples of the IoT in action and develop a framework for seeing the world through an IoT readiness lens, which will help you and your organisation better prepare for an IoT future.
The following content will be covered during this short course:
This course is for anyone wishing to upskill and keep up-to-date with technology trends and learn how a connected world can benefit them.
In 2016, Emmanuel joined academia as a full-time Professor at UTS in the School of Systems, Management and Leadership. Prior to this, he spent seven years at Bosch Siemens and nine years at Zodiac. Throughout his career, he has been a project manager, an innovation manager, an R&D director, and a Chairman of Innovation Process.
Emmanuel has creatively and rigorously led programs which delivered successful products and services to market, across many disciplines and cultural contexts. He has learned first-hand how to manage change within large organisations and in the complex innovation game, he believes that his people skills are his best assets. At UTS, Emmanuel’s research focuses on evaluating innovation potential within organisations, while mapping business inertias and knowledge gaps to overcome them.
Frank is an industry leader and influencer in building the collaborative Internet of Things (IoT) eco-system in Australia. He is Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of IoT Alliance Australia, the peak Australia IoT body. He is also Director of the UTS Knowledge Economy Institute.
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