What you need to know to create a new product or service
Instructor: Lee Vishloff
Wednesday, 12 July 2017 - 9:00am to 4:30pm EDT
Online via WebEx
- Course Description
- Course Content
- Learning Objectives
- Who Should Attend
- Course Materials
- Course Agenda
- About the Instructor: Lee Vishloff
Rescheduled from 26 April 2017.
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) products and services are an essential component of the Internet of Things. This one day essentials course covers the most important things you need to consider when developing a new Internet of Things or Machine-to-Machine product or service.
Applications, Architecture, & Protocols
- Cellular M2M architectures and services
- Short range RF examples
- Protocol stacks
- Standardization initiatives
– The M2M/IoT ecosystem
– Where do you fit in the ecosystem?
– Operational expenditures
– Billing models
– Wireless technology selection,
– Hardware considerations
– Module options
– Testing considerations
– What needs to be tested?
– How design choices affect testing requirements
– Issues and strategies
– Operating & management platforms
SIM cards and Roaming
– Sims and eSims
– Roaming issues
Development Flow charts
– The things you need to do and how they interact
Who Should Attend
Designed specifically for individuals and companies looking to enter the new world of wireless for the Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine communications. This course covers the most important things you will need to know when developing a new IoT or M2M product or service.
Lee VishloffPEng, IEEE WCP
Mr. Vishloff is the principal engineer in a wireless consultancy focused on cellular-based M2M solutions and short-range wireless products. He has over 30 years of experience in wireless systems and product design. During his career he has designed a wide range of wireless products including satellite systems, terrestrial radio systems, rural communications, aeronautical and others. Lee brings a wide range of practical experience with hands-on and management experience in wireless telecommunication systems, modem, RF, analog, digital, embedded firmware and mechanical design technologies. He has spent the majority of his career working with equipment manufacturers with stints in the semiconductor and consulting businesses. He has served on numerous joint industry-academic committees during his career, strengthening the link between academic research and practical industry needs. Lee has a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia and completed his management education at Simon Fraser University and the AEA/Stanford Executive Institute.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Define IoT and M2M and clarify the main components that comprise a cellular IoT / M2M solution
- List the possible overall processes involved in bringing a solution to the IoT / M2M marketplace
- Describe the wireless technologies and hardware available and the selection criteria for a solution
- List steps to consider hen designing the solution up front in preparation for ease of certification
- Describe the Over-th-Air Performance Considerations
- List the M2M platforms available to manage the SIMS/Devices
This course covers the following topics:
- Common IoT / M2M applications
- IoT / M2M communications architecture
- Major elements of an IoT / M2M solution
- Technology choice selection
- Development and implementation issues
- Testing and certification
- IoT / M2M business ecosystem
Each registered participant receives a copy of instructor slides and access to the recording of the course for 15 business days after the live lecture. Earn 0.6 IEEE Continuing Education Untis for participating.
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