A breve, l'accesso al LUISS LOFT sarà consentito solo agli studenti in possesso di una tessera di membership. La membership è gratuita e per ottenerla occorre compilare il questionario disponibile cliccando sul link nella pagina.
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Il questionario può essere compilato sia da smartphone che da computer, in circa 30 minuti. Nei giorni successivi, il team ti contatterà per incontrarti e consegnarti la tessera, che ti consentirà di accedere liberamente allo spazio.
Soon, the access to the LUISS LOFT will be restriceted to members only. The membership is free and you can apply using the link in this page.
The detailed completion of this questionnaire is necessary in order to obtain the LOFT membership.
Please, be honest! Your answers will not be evaluated, we only need them to understand who you are, what you are passionate about and your future projects.
This will be useful to plan the activities and the programs of the LUISS LOFT in the best possible way.
The questionnaire can be filled in using both a smartphone or a computer, and it will take you about 30 minutes. In the following days, the team will contact you and meet you to hand you your membership card, which will allow you to enter freely in the place.
Introduction to IoT is a self-paced, 20-hour course that students can take on their own or it can be offered by an instructor. It provides an overview of the concepts and challenges of the transformational digital economy when people, process, data, and things connect.
Intro to IoT introduces the concept of a network foundation connecting billions of things and trillions of gigabytes of data to enhance decision making and interactions. Course modules describe how IoE drives the convergence between an organization’s operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) systems, and the business processes for evaluating a problem and implementing an IoE solution. Machine-to-machine (M2M), machine-to-people (M2P), and people-to-people (P2P) connections in an IoE solution are also covered.
In Connecting Things, students learn how to securely interconnect sensors, actuators, microcontrollers, single-board computers, and cloud services over IP networks to create an end-to-end IoT system.
Students will develop the interdisciplinary skillsets required to prototype an IoT solution for a specific business case with a strong focus on the security considerations for emerging technologies.
- Understand and explain the concepts, opportunities and challenges of digital transformation using IoT.
- Interconnect sensors/actuators, microcontrollers (Arduino), Single Board Computers (Raspberry Pi) and cloud services (Cisco Spark restful API) to create an end-to- end IoT system.
- Understand the relevant aspects of cybersecurity and privacy for an IoT solution.
- Understand how digitalization is changing vertical markets such as manufacturing, energy, and smart cars.
- Use simulation tools (Packet Tracer) to create end-to-end IoT system.