IoT and Blockchain

In this one day course, you’ll learn about two emerging technologies, the Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain. Following an overview of these technologies, you’ll learn how blockchain holds the potential to securely unlock business and operational value of IoT to support common tasks, such as sensing, processing, storing information, and communicating.

Who Should Attend

Business and technical leadership who are seeking to understand how IoT and blockchain can work together to drive extended value.

What is IoT?

Internet of Things overview

IoT History

How does IoT work?

Components of an IoT device

Current IoT landscape

Growth areas

Privacy concerns

IoT design standards

Zigbee networking protocol

Thread group

AllSeen Alliance/AllJoyn

Open interconnect consortium/IoTivity

Industrial internet consortium


IEEE P2413

Apple HomeKit

IoT design questions

Questions to help you design an IoT solution

IoT architecture

Stage 1 - Data generation (sensors/actuators)

Stage 2 - Data acquisition systems

Stage 3 - Edge processing

Stage 4 - Long-Term data storage and blockchain

What is blockchain?

History of blockchain

How does blockchain work?

Benefits of blockchain

Blockchain vs. conventional technology

IoT and blockchain benefits

Benefits of adding blockchain to IoT 

Trust building

Cost reductions

Accelerate data exchanges

Scaled security for IoT

IoT and blockchain use cases

Program Details
Duration 1 Days
Capacity Max 12 Persons
Training Type Classroom / Virtual Classroom

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