Internet of Things: A Hands On Course


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Top Rank Hotels Galaxy, Ikeja, Lagos
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Top Rank Hotels Galaxy, Ikeja, Lagos
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Nicon Luxury Hotel Abuja
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The International Conference Centre University of Ibadan



The Internet of things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines provided with unique identifiers (UIDs) and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction

We can use ThingSpeak, open-source Internet of Things applications, and APIs to store and retrieve data from Things using standardized protocols and services. Through new searching techniques, we might collate and analyze large data sets (Big Data) and apply new visualization approaches to understand the world around us. For carriers, how communications or even intrusion attacks are impacting us or our customers.


By the end of this study tour, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the evolution of the Internet of Things.
  • Identify the range of options for the way things can communicate
  • Select the standards most appropriate for building successful communications
  • Build addressing architectures that can scale to the sizes required
  • Analyse and record the interactions
  • Visualise the results of interactions
  • Deliver the security that modern services demand
  • Build new service networks that can support the future Internet of Things

Target Participants: Who will benefit from this programme?

This hands-on course provides managers, service planners, system integrators, engineers, and systems architecture professionals an opportunity to undertake hands-on exercises that enable them to understand this new generation of technology.

  • The New Internet of Things
  • Interaction of Things
  • Building an Internet of Standard Things
  • The RF Principles of Things
  • Addressing and Identifying Things
  • Wearable and Portable Things
  • Apps for Things
  • Analysing the Interactions between Things
  • Managing Things
  • The Web of Things
  • The Security of Things
  • Future Things