Workshop Date: March 28th, 2017
Workshop Times: 9am – 5pm
Westin O’Hare Hotel
Rosemont, Illinois 60018
In conjunction with the IoT North America and Connected Cities USA Conferences
Price: $ 595 – Register Here
This workshop introduces the fundamentals of Internet of Things (IoT) and how one can implement for Smart Cities. The course covers infrastructure related architecture, technologies and principles behind IoT for designing an ideal Smart City. The workshop will also discuss about building blocks for Smart City and share few of the use cases as well as Smart City framework presented during Global City Team Challenge hosted by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
What You Will Learn:
Workshop Outcomes: At the end of this course, attendees will demonstrate the ability to:
Full Workshop Description:
This course introduces the design principles of the Internet of Things (IoT) and their device along with infrastructure-related architectures, technologies and protocol frameworks that aimed at enabling the formation of highly distributed and ubiquitous networks for Smart City with seamlessly connected heterogeneous devices.
Participants will learn to design and analyze Smart City application. The learning model includes sensors, hardware platform and cloud. Sensors related to Smart City such as Environmental Monitoring, e-Government, Waste Management, Flood Monitoring, Smart City Lights(LED), Smart Power Grid, Smart Parking, Smart Hospital, Smart Agriculture, etc., The workshop describes the block diagram, schematic and implementation plans. It also discusses Bill of Materials required to build a Smart City. The course outlines the usage of Cloud platform such as AWS IoT, IBM Bluemix and Microsoft Azure.
The course will also introduce technologies and protocols at the service along with application layers which enables the integration of embedded devices in web-based distributed applications. Participants will get the notions for service creation, customization, execution and deployment in distributed IoT heterogeneous environments.
Who Should Attend:
The IoT workshop is designed to help City officials, Municipality, Smart City project researchers, Cloud data scientist and Business manager who are planning to adopt and deploy Smart City. The workshops also helps for startups, medium and large companies to learn the current trend, technologies and implementation strategy for Smart City.
About the Instructor
Shivakumar Mathapathi, Co-Founder and CTO, Dew Mobility &
Team Lead – Global City team challenges hosted by National Institute of Standards & Technology
Faculty Senior Design Project Department of Electrical Engineering, Santa Clara University, CA
Capstone Industry Advisor MSIS- Smart City project- Leavey School of Business- Santa Clara University, CA, USA
Guest Lecture – IoT course – School of Engineering – Santa Clara University, CA USA.
Mentor: Senior Design Project – Sonoma State University, CA, USA.
Mr. Shivakumar Mathapathi has over 25 years of experience in product development, design and faculty. Mathapathi is a seasoned technologist, entrepreneur, instructor and practitioner on the Internet of Things (IoT) with extensive experience as lead faculty, lab-practice and mentorship in executing smart city, smart agriculture, assisted living and other IoT related projects. He has designed study programs and academic syllabus for “The IoT course”, a Master’s curriculum (4 units) taught at Santa Clara University and California Polytechnic State University. He lead capstone design project at Cal Poly (part of California Stata University) to design and develop IoT cloud platform needed for smart city.
He is serving as advisory board member at the San Jose City Mayor’s visioning process for Civic Innovation in smart cities and Big Data Analytics. Mr. Mathapathi has contributed to build the ecosystem and establish innovation pathways for the OpenIoT project, a blueprint and awarded Open Source project in the Internet of Things for smart Cities sponsored by the European commission. He is focused on academic research and Innovation and he is involved in architecture design and development of smart city projects such as smart trash monitoring, Flood monitoring and smart trail traffic monitoring – designed for the City of San Luis Obispo. California.
Mr. Mathapathi is also a team lead for Global City team Challenge (GCTC) project hosted by the National Institute of Standards and technology (NIST) under the Department of Commerce, USA. GCTC team comprises of Sonoma State University, Santa Clara University, City of San Leandro, City of Galway (Ireland) and City of Rohnert Park, CA.
Mr. Mathapathi has designed IoT development kit. The Kit enables design proof of concept (PoC) for IoT application. The kit consists of various sensors viz Temperature, Humidity, Air quality (CO2), Light, pressure and Gas sensors.