About the course
It is estimated that by 2020, 50 billion devices—from smartphones to kitchen appliances and well beyond—will be connected to the internet. This phenomenon is known as the Internet of Things (IoT). With this kind of explosive growth, consumer and industrial companies alike are seeking a new breed of business and technology professionals who can make the unique strategic decisions that IoT products require, and manage the added complexity and risk that IoT products present.
This intensive one-day bootcamp is a combination of lectures and short exercises designed to give you the tools you need to define an IoT product strategy. First, we will examine the general principles of how an IoT solution works, from the devices that produce data, to the embedded software that sends data to the cloud, to the applications with which users interact. Then you will learn a step-by-step strategic framework for making IoT product decisions related to business strategy, user experience, technology, data, security, and industry regulation. Whether you have a business, technology, or design background, you will finish the day with an understanding of how the components of an IoT product fit together, and the confidence to immediately apply your learning to your IoT product strategy.
Daniel Elizalde is the Vice President, Head of IoT for North America, of Ericsson. He is a seasoned product leader with over 20 years of experience managing complex B2B technology products. He is passionate about CleanTech and about leveraging the Internet of Things to solve some of the world's b...
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