This course will teach students fundamental concepts of Internet of Things (IoT) systems, wireless communication paradigms employed in IoT, security and privacy issues, and cloud integration. The course will involve a major coursework that will require students to work in pairs to design, build, and evaluate a practical IoT system. Students will be required to demonstrate their prototypes and present orally their projects at the end of the course, and document their designs and results in a workshop style research paper.
The course will cover IoT systems architecture, hardware platforms, relevant wireless technologies and networking protocols, security and privacy concepts, device programming and debugging, cloud integration, simple data analytics, and commercialisation challenges. The students should expect to be able to apply the taught concepts in the development of an IoT prototype.
For 4th year students, Operating Systems (INFR09047) AND Computer Communications and Networks (INFR09027) are pre-requisites. MSc students must have completed introductory courses in operating systems and networking or have done a project in a relevant area.
Students must have reasonable computer programming skills, and an interest in systems, security, and networking.
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