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Internet of Things (IoT) Basics

Mastering the IoT Foundations: An Essential Guide to Understanding IoT Basics for Beginners. Aim for job roles such as IoT Solution Architect and more
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The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a network of interconnected devices, sensors, and objects that collect and exchange data over the internet. These devices are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies that enable them to communicate with each other and with central systems, often without human intervention.

IoT enables physical objects to become "smart" by connecting them to the internet and enabling them to send and receive data, interact with their environment, and perform various tasks. This connectivity and data exchange facilitate automation, monitoring, and control of devices and systems, leading to increased efficiency, productivity, and convenience in various domains.


Applications of IoT span across numerous industries and sectors, including:

  1. Smart Homes: IoT devices enable home automation, allowing homeowners to control lighting, heating, security systems, and appliances remotely through smartphone apps or voice commands. Examples include smart thermostats, smart lighting systems, and smart door locks.

  2. Healthcare: IoT is revolutionizing healthcare with applications such as remote patient monitoring, telemedicine, and medical device connectivity. IoT-enabled devices such as wearable fitness trackers, smart glucose monitors, and remote patient monitoring systems facilitate proactive healthcare management and improve patient outcomes.

  3. Industrial Automation: In the industrial sector, IoT technologies are used for predictive maintenance, asset tracking, and process optimization. IoT sensors installed on machinery and equipment collect real-time data on performance, enabling proactive maintenance and reducing downtime.

  4. Smart Cities: IoT contributes to the development of smart cities by optimizing urban infrastructure, improving public services, and enhancing quality of life. Smart city applications include intelligent transportation systems, waste management, energy efficiency, and environmental monitoring.

  5. Agriculture: In agriculture, IoT solutions help farmers monitor crops, soil conditions, and weather patterns to optimize irrigation, fertilization, and pest control. IoT sensors deployed in fields and greenhouses provide valuable data insights for precision farming and resource management.

  6. Logistics and Supply Chain Management: IoT facilitates real-time tracking and monitoring of goods and assets throughout the supply chain. IoT-enabled devices such as RFID tags, GPS trackers, and temperature sensors improve visibility, efficiency, and traceability in logistics operations.

  7. Retail: In retail, IoT technologies are used for inventory management, customer engagement, and personalized marketing. IoT devices such as beacons, smart shelves, and RFID tags enable retailers to track inventory levels, analyze customer behavior, and deliver targeted promotions.

  8. Environmental Monitoring: IoT sensors monitor environmental parameters such as air quality, water quality, and pollution levels in real-time. This data is used for environmental monitoring, conservation efforts, and disaster management.

  9. Energy Management: IoT solutions help optimize energy consumption, reduce waste, and enhance energy efficiency in buildings, factories, and utilities. IoT-enabled devices such as smart meters, energy monitors, and connected appliances enable real-time monitoring and control of energy usage.

  10. Vehicle Telematics: In transportation and automotive industries, IoT technologies enable vehicle tracking, fleet management, and predictive maintenance. IoT devices installed in vehicles collect data on performance, fuel efficiency, and driver behavior, leading to improved safety and operational efficiency.


Learning IoT offers several benefits, including:

  1. Career Opportunities: IoT is a rapidly growing field with a high demand for skilled professionals. Learning IoT technologies opens up diverse career opportunities in industries such as technology, healthcare, manufacturing, and smart cities.

  2. Innovation: IoT enables innovation by connecting physical objects to the internet and leveraging data insights for new products, services, and business models. Learning IoT empowers individuals to drive innovation and create solutions that address real-world challenges.

  3. Efficiency and Productivity: IoT solutions improve efficiency, productivity, and operational performance across various domains. Learning IoT enables individuals to develop and implement solutions that streamline processes, automate tasks, and optimize resource utilization.

  4. Sustainability: IoT contributes to sustainability efforts by optimizing resource usage, reducing waste, and minimizing environmental impact. Learning IoT enables individuals to develop and deploy sustainable solutions for environmental monitoring, energy management, and conservation.

  5. Convenience and Connectivity: IoT enhances convenience and connectivity by enabling remote monitoring, control, and automation of devices and systems. Learning IoT empowers individuals to build connected solutions that improve daily life and enhance user experiences.


Uplatz provides this intense fundamental course on IoT. Learn the basics of IoT and its usage in the industry. Get a grip on IoT technologies and create a fabulous career out of it.

Course/Topic - Internet of Things (IoT) Basics - all lectures

  • In this session we will discuss what is internet of things and why to learn internet of things. Further we will see the growth and history of Internet of things and the concepts necessary to understand internet of things.

    • 35:45
  • In this session we will discuss the power of IOT and how an IOT system actually works. Further we will see the fundamentals system on which IOT works.

    • 26:21
  • In this session we will see more fundamentals of IOT system and further we will discuss the application of IOT. The term Internet of Things generally refers to scenarios where network connectivity and computing capability extends to objects, sensors and everyday items not normally considered computers, allowing these devices to generate, exchange and consume data with minimal human intervention.

    • 47:31
  • In this session we will discuss an overview of Devices and Sensors and the different types of Sensors and devices. We will see about the properties of a sensor, such as Range, Sensitivity and Resolution. Further we will learn about the 10 most popular types of IOT sensors such as, Temperature Sensor, Humidity Sensor, Pressure Sensor, Proximity Sensor etc.

    • 33:54
  • In this session we will discuss about the different IOT Device Hardware and its functions. We will also learn about the 4 building blocks of IOT Hardware with data acquisition module and communication modules.

    • 32:07
  • In this session we will discuss about the Manufacturing and Shipping of Sensors and Devices. Further we will see the processes in manufacturing and shipping and importance of IOT Gateway device/ Software program.

    • 32:09
  • In this session we will learn about the next component of IOT system, i.e. Connectivity and its introduction. Further we will see the role of cellular, Wi-Fi, satellite, Bluetooth and LPWAN.

    • 45:01
  • In this session we will we will see the further part of connectivity. Basically in this video we will be covering Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and LPWAN as components of connectivity.

    • 41:41
  • In this session we will learn about the Data processing in IOT. Further we will see the Introduction to the cloud and introduction to the IOT platform. This video further talks about when should your organization use an IOT Platform.

    • 42:30
  • In this session we will see about the IOT platform types and its characteristics. Further we will see when to choose which IOT platform. This video talks about when do we need an IOT platform and API’s.

    • 53:13
  • In this session we going to see another important component of IOT system, i.e. user interface and user experience in IOT. This video talks about the introduction to UI and UX for IOT. Further we will learn about user interface and history of UI.

    • 32:37
  • In this session we will further talk about the User Interface and User Experience in IoT component. This video talks about the user experience and how IOT will change user experience. Further into the video we will learn about the Key consideration for UI.

    • 42:49
  • In this session we will discuss about the IOT protocols and machine Learning for IOT. This video talks about the overview of protocols and IOT network protocols such as HTTP, LoRaWan, Bluetooth and ZigBee.

    • 34:52
  • In this session we will discuss further about the IoT Protocols and Machine Learning for IoT. This video talks about the IOT Data protocols MQTT, CoAP, AMQP, M2M communication protocol, XMPP.

    • 36:49
  • In this session we will further discuss about the Machine Learning Protocol for IOT. This video talks about the Machine to machine communication protocol and extensible messaging and presence protocol.

    • 38:22
  • In this session we will discuss about the IOT for Smart cities. This videos tells us about what is a smart city, why do we need smart cities and what is the role of IOT in smart cities.

    • 40:45
  • In this session we will further discuss about the IOT for Smart Cities. In this video we will see the practical part by doing smart city case study eg. Barcelona, Spain .

    • 29:47
Course Objectives Back to Top

Understand the definition and significance of the Internet of Things

Discuss the architecture, operation, and business benefits of an IoT solution

Examine the potential business opportunities that IoT can uncover

Explore the relationship between IoT, cloud computing, and big data

Identify how IoT differs from traditional data collection systems

Describe the evolution of the Internet of Things

Identify the range of options for the way things can communicate

Select the standards most appropriate for building successful communications

Build addressing architectures that can scale to the sizes required

Analyse and record the interactions

Visualise the results of interactions

Deliver the security that modern services demand

Build new service networks that can support the future Internet of Things


Course Syllabus Back to Top

Overview of Internet of Things

·       What is Internet of Things?

·       Why to learn IoT?

·       Growth in IoT

·       History of IoT

·       The Power of IoT

·       How an IoT System Actually Works

·       Fundamental components of an IoT system


Sensors & Devices

·      Overview of Sensors and Devices

·       Hardware Capabilities

·       Scaling & Operations

·       Manufacturing & Shipping

·      Gateways



·       An Introduction to Connectivity

·       Cellular

·       Satellite

·       WiFi

·       Bluetooth


Data Processing

·       Introduction to the Cloud

·       Introduction to the IoT Platform

·       API’s


User Interface & User Experience in IoT

·       Introduction to UIs & UX for IoT

·       Key Considerations for UIs

·       API’s


More about IoT

·       IoT Applications

·       Challenges of Internet of Things (IoT)

·       Advantages of IoT

·       Disadvantages of IoT

Certification Back to Top

The  Internet of Things (IoT) Basics Certification ensures you know planning, production and measurement techniques needed to stand out from the competition.

The Internet of Things (IoT) describes the network of physical objects—“things”—that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with other devices and systems over the internet.

The Internet of Things (IoT) unites physical objects with the virtual world. Smart devices and machines are connected to each other and the Internet. They capture information about their direct environment with the aid of sensors, then analyze and link it and make it available in a network.

By successfully passing the IoT Fundamentals exam, you'll obtain the certificate that affirms your knowledge of basic IoT concepts, principles, and enabling technologies. The certificate also validates your ability to use IoT operating systems and applications.

The IoT certification program is a business-oriented program that introduces the capabilities of the Internet of Things, the business advantages and key terminology as well as monetization models.

Uplatz online training guarantees the participants to successfully go through the Internet of Things (IoT) Basics Certification provided by Uplatz. Uplatz provides appropriate teaching and expertise training to equip the participants for implementing the learnt concepts in an organization.

Course Completion Certificate will be awarded by Uplatz upon successful completion of the Internet of Things (IoT) Basics online course.

Career & Jobs Back to Top

The Internet of Things (IoT) Basics draws an average salary of $115,000 per year depending on their knowledge and hands-on experience.

The Internet of Things (IoT) unites physical objects with the virtual world. Intelligent devices and machines are connected to each other and the Internet. They capture relevant information about their direct environment, then analyze and link it. The devices perform specific tasks on that basis.

A career in IoT is quite promising for those who have innovative thinking and creative abilities and are looking for an exciting work environment, professional development, and higher compensation than IT professionals.

Note that salaries are generally higher at large companies rather than small ones. Your salary will also differ based on the market you work in.


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Interview Questions Back to Top

1. Explain the characteristics of IoT.

The following are the most important features of IoT on which it operates: 

·        Connectivity: Connectivity is the most important aspect of IoT. The IoT ecosystem (i.e. sensors, compute engines, data hubs, etc.) cannot operate properly without seamless communication among the interrelated components or objects. There are many ways to connect IoT devices including radio waves, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Li-Fi.

·        Analyzing/Sensing: Once all the relevant things are connected, the next step is to analyze data that is being collected and use it to build effective business intelligence. It is very important to extract knowledge from the generated data. A sensor, for example, generates data, but those data won't be of much use unless they are interpreted properly by us.

·        Active Engagements: A lot of today's interactions with connected technology occur via passive engagement. Through IoT, multiple products, cross-platform technologies, and services work together on an active engagement basis. The use of cloud computing in blockchain enables active engagements among IoT components in general.

·        Scalability: Each day, more and more elements are connecting to the IoT zone. IoT setups should therefore be able to handle massive expansion. The data generated as a result is immense, and it should be handled correctly.

·        Artificial Intelligence: The IoT essentially makes things such as mobile phones, wearables, vehicles, etc., smart and enhances life by making use of data collection, artificial intelligence algorithms, and networked technologies. For example, if you have a coffee machine whose beans are going to end, it will order coffee beans from the retailer of your choice.

2. What are the different components of IoT?

IoT devices usually consist of four main components as follows:   


·        Sensors: A sensor or device is an important component for gathering live data from the surrounding environment. The nature of this data can vary. This could be as simple as your phone having a temperature sensor, GPS, an accelerometer, or as complex as a live video feature on a social media platform. Sensors make it possible for IoT devices to connect to the real world and environment.

·        Connectivity: Upon collection, all data is sent to a cloud infrastructure. This could be done by connecting the sensors to the cloud using a variety of communication mediums such as mobile or satellite networks, Bluetooth, WI-FI, WAN, etc. Various IoT devices use different types of connectivity.

·        Data Processing: Once the data has been collected, and has reached the cloud, it is the responsibility of the data processors to process it. Data processing software can enhance IoT devices in a wide range of ways, from adjusting the temperature of the air conditioner to recognizing faces on mobile phones.

·        User Interface: An IoT device interacts with a user through a User Interface. A user interface is the visible, tangible component of an IoT system that can be accessed by users. It involves presenting the information in a way that is valuable to the end-user. A well-designed user interface will simplify the experience for users and encourage them to interact more. Information needs to be made accessible to end-users in some way, like sending them alerts via notification, email or text message.

3. What are the advantages of IoT?

An IoT (Internet of Things) system is an advanced automation and analytics system that makes use of networking, big data, sensing, and Artificial Intelligence to provide a complete solution. It provides the following benefits:   

·        Improved customer engagement: IoT facilitates a better customer experience by automating tasks. In a car, for instance, any issue will be detected automatically by sensors. It will be notified to both the driver and manufacturer.

·        Technical optimization: IoT has improved technology and made it more efficient. It has turned even old "dumb" devices into "smart" ones by making them able to transmit data over the internet, facilitating communication with people and other IoT-enabled devices. For example, coffee machines, smart toys, smart microwaves, etc.

·        Ease of Access: IoT has now enabled access to real-time information from (almost) any location. All you need is a smart device connected to the internet.

·        Improved Insights: Currently we rely on superficial insights to make decisions, but IoT provides real-time insights that lead to more efficient resource management.

·        New business opportunities: By collecting and analyzing data from the network, you can uncover new business insights and generate new opportunities while reducing operational costs.

·        Effective Time Management: Overall, the Internet of Things can save you a lot of time. While we commute to work, we can read the latest news on our phones, browse a blog about our favourite hobby, or shop online.

·        Improved security measures: Using IoT, access control systems can provide additional security to organizations and individuals. As an example, IoT technology in surveillance can assist in improving security standards in an organization, as well as identifying any suspicious activity.

4. What are the challenges or risks associated with IoT?

The following are some security risks associated with IoT:  

·        Privacy: Connected IoT devices are vulnerable to hacking. Many IoT devices collect and transmit personal data over an open network without encryption, making it easy for hackers to access. Hackers may also use cloud endpoints to attack servers.

·        Insufficient testing & Outdated product: In a fast-paced market like IoT, many companies or manufacturers rush to start releasing their products and software without doing enough testing. Many of them don't provide timely updates as well. Unlike other devices such as smartphones, IoT devices are not updated, which can leave them vulnerable to data theft. Thus, IoT devices should be tested thoroughly and updated as soon as new vulnerabilities are identified in order to maintain security.

·        Lack of knowledge and awareness: Despite being a growing technology, people do not know much about IoT. A major security threat associated with IoT is the user's lack of knowledge and awareness of its capabilities. This poses a threat to all users.

·        Network Connectivity: Network connectivity can be challenging for many IoT devices. Particularly if such devices are widely dispersed, in remote locations, or if bandwidth is severely limited.

·        Reliability: Given the highly distributed nature of IoT devices, it can be difficult to ensure the reliability of IoT systems. Various conditions can affect the components that make up an IoT system, such as natural disasters, disruptions in cloud services, power outages, and system failures.

5. What are different types of sensors in IoT?

In recent years, Internet-of-Thing sensors have gained importance for enhancing productivity, lowering costs, and improving worker safety. Sensors are devices that detect changes in the environment condition and act accordingly. They detect specific types of conditions (such as light, heat, sound, distance, pressure, presence or absence of gas/liquid, etc.) in the physical world and then generate a signal (usually an electrical signal) as a measure of their magnitude. Sensors commonly used in IoT systems include: 

·        Temperature sensors

·        Pressure sensor

·        Motion detection sensors

·        Gas sensor

·        Proximity sensor

·        IR sensors

·        Smoke Sensor, etc.

6. What are different layers of the IoT protocol stack? Write the classification of IoT protocols.

Internet of Things (IoT) protocols are ways of protecting data and ensuring it is exchanged securely between devices via the Internet. IoT protocols define how data is transmitted across the internet. By doing so, they ensure that data being exchanged between connected IoT devices is secure.  

Classification of IoT Protocols-



Application layer

·        Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP)

·        Message Queue Telemetry Transport (MQTT)

·        Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP)

Transport layer

·        User Datagram Protocol (UDP)

·        Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)

Network layer

·        6LoWPAN

·        IP

Datalink layer

·        LPWAN

·        IEEE 802.15.4 MAC

Physical layer

·        IEEE 802.15.4 MAC

·        Near field communication (NFC)

·        Radio frequency identification (RFID)

·        Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)

·        Ethernet

7. What are different communication models in IoT?

In general, the Internet of Things is about connecting devices to the Internet, but how they connect is not always obvious. IoT devices connect and communicate through their technical communication models. An effective communication model shows how the process works and helps one understand how communication can be done. The Internet of Things (IoT) enables people and things (devices) to be connected wherever they are, using any network or service they like.  

Types of communication models -

·        Request-Response Model: This communication model is based on the client (IoT Device) making requests and the server responding to those requests. Upon receiving a request, the server decides what response to provide, fetches the requested data, prepares the response, and then sends it back to the client. This model is stateless because the data between requests is not retained, therefore each request is handled independently.

·        Publisher-Subscriber Model: Publishers, brokers, and consumers are all involved in this communication model. Publishes are the sources of data that send data to topics. The broker manages the topics, and consumers (consume data from topics) subscribe to the topics. Publishers and consumers are unaware of each other. Upon receiving data for a topic from the publisher, the broker forwards it to all subscribed consumers. As a result, brokers are responsible for receiving data from publishers and sending it to the appropriate consumers.

·        Push-Pull Model: This communication model entails data producers pushing the data into queues, while data consumers pull the data from the queues. Neither producer nor consumer needs to know about each other. The queues help decouple the messages between the consumers and the producers. Also, queues act as a buffer when there is a mismatch between the rate at which producers push data and the rate at which consumers pull it.


·        Exclusive-Pair Model: Exclusive pairs are full-duplex, bidirectional communication models developed for constant/continuous connections between a client and server. After a connection is established, clients and servers can exchange messages. As long as a client doesn't send a request to close the connection, the connection remains open. The server is aware of every open connection.

8. Write some of the most common IoT applications.

Following are some of the most common real-world applications of IoT: 

·        Smart Homes: Smart homes are one of the most practical applications of IoT. Though IoT is applied in smart homes at various levels, the best one combines intelligent systems and entertainment. Example: Set-top box that allows you to record shows from remote, an automatic lighting system, a smart lock, etc.

·        Connect Health: Connected health systems allow for real-time monitoring and patient care. Patient data assists in better medical decisions. Also, IoT improves the power, precision, and availability of current devices.

·        Wearables: Wearable devices have emerged as one of the earliest industries to deploy the IoT at scale. Various wearable devices are available today, such as Fit Bits, heart rate monitors, and smartwatches.

·        Connected Cars: Connected cars use internet connectivity and onboard sensors to optimize their operation, maintenance, and passengers' comfort. Some of the leading automakers are working on bringing the next revolution to the car industry, including Tesla, BMW, Apple, and Google.

·        Hospitality: By applying IoT to the hotel industry, a higher level of service quality is achieved. Various interactions can be automated by using electronic keys that are sent directly to the mobile devices of guests. Therefore, the IoT technology enables integrated applications to manage activities such as tracking guests' locations, sending offers or information about interesting activities, placing orders for room service or room orders, and automatically charging the room account.

·        Farming: A variety of tools are being developed to deal with Drip Irrigation, understanding crop patterns, Water Distribution, drones for farm surveillance, etc. Farmers will be able to increase yields and address concerns using these methods.

9. Explain how IoT works.

Artificial Intelligence is at the core of IoT devices. The IoT consists of multiple components: sensors, a cloud component, data processing software, and cutting-edge user interfaces.   

IoT systems consist of sensors/devices connected to the cloud via some form of connectivity. A Raspberry Pi equipped with a quadcore processor can be used as an "Internet gateway" for IoT devices. It is a card-sized computer using which you can control outputs with GIPO (general purpose input/output) pins as well as collect data about real-world conditions using sensors. A sensor gathers live data from the surrounding environment and sent to a cloud infrastructure. Once the data reaches the cloud, the software can process it and decide what action to take, such as sending an alert or automatically adjusting the sensors/devices without user intervention.

A user interface is used if user input is required or if they want to check in on the system. Adjustments made by the user are then sent inversely through the system - from the user interface to the cloud, and from the cloud back to the sensors/devices to make changes. As a result, a highly reactive and intuitive device is created which greatly increases automation. 

10. What do you mean by BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy)?

Beginners may see BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) as a type of Bluetooth that uses less power, uses less energy. BLE, or Bluetooth Smart, is a relatively new form of Bluetooth technology that consumes much less power and costs than classic Bluetooth while offering a similar range of communication. As shown in the following diagram, BLE is not a replacement for Classic Bluetooth and they both serve a specific marketplace. 

The Bluetooth Low Energy technology has been developed with the purpose of facilitating the IoT. Generally, the Internet of Things is about connecting devices with each other, usually via a wireless connection, such as Bluetooth low energy to allow them to communicate and share data. With its high energy efficiency, BLE has become a preferred and ideal choice for IoT. IoT enthusiasts and application developers have increasingly adopted Bluetooth LE to connect smart devices. 


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e) Start learning: After payment, your course will be added to your profile in the student dashboard under "Video Courses".

Q20. How do I access my course after payment?
A20. Once you have made the payment on our website, you can access your course by clicking on the "My Courses" option in the main menu or by navigating to your profile, then the student dashboard, and finally selecting "Video Courses".

Q21. Can I get help from a tutor if I have doubts while learning from a video course?
A21. Tutor support is not available for our video course. If you believe you require assistance from a tutor, we recommend considering our live class option. Please contact our team for the most up-to-date availability. The pricing for live classes typically begins at USD 999 and may vary.