Internet of Things (IoT) will play a key role in the next frontier of computing. The new course will provide an experimental approach to cover fundamental design principles behind building IoT applications, with hands-on experience with a popular end-to-end IoT platform.Topics covered will include a selection from: IoT technology and services, IoT system architecture, Low Power communications (Bluetooth Low Energy and 6LoWPAN) and security issues, sensors and sensor data smoothing and filtering, light-weight in-situ machine learning and data fusion, inertial sensing, activity recognition and fitness morning, voice-based stress level sensing, biometric authentication, anonymity, cloud services for IoT. This course assumes familiarity with a high level programming language such as Java and Python AND a low level programming language such as C.
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