Some businesses and consumers have already begun embracing it wholeheartedly. Others want to understand it better than they do. And many find the whole idea a bit overwhelming and aren’t sure where to start. Here a typically overview of IOT solution and technologies which could be used to implement a suitable solution.
The Microsoft IOT Team are trying to bring some clarity with a new article, “ IoT: It’s Easier Than You Might Think ,” where Microsoft IOT team to cut through the hype around IoT. Read the full article for more on how to get started with IoT.
Overview Data Science for the Internet of Things (IoT)This unique course aims to create a new breed of engineer - those with a background in IoT and knowledge of machine learning, AI, cloud and robotics.
Bringing IoT into your curriculum and projects doesn’t have to be difficult, and it certainly doesn’t have to happen all at once!
We recently worked with the University of Oxford on the following course https://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/courses/data-science-for-the-internet-of-things-iot
The Data Science for IoT course aims to equip you with the skills to solve problems, providing you with a toolkit (code) and templates. It's for developers who want to be data scientists with an emphasis on IoT.
The course explores problem solving for IoT analytics via the following topics:
Looking for IOT resources my colleague Jon Gallant has created this collection of resources for Azure IoT Edge development. which is maintained at https://github.com/jonbgallant/azure-iot-edge-dev
To learn more about how IoT, visit www.InternetofYourThings.com .
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