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Emertxe’s NSDC-ESSCI Certified Embedded IoT course is one of India’s the best IoT training for freshers in Bangalore, India. Our advanced full stack Embedded IoT training programs will enable you to build a complete IoT solution on your own using C and Python programming. Emertxe’s IoT course syllabus is in sync with industry needs when it comes to IoT training and placements. 

Our Embedded IoT Course focuses on providing end-to-end exposure to participants. The core modules in the course includes Embedded C and Python programming, Embedded IoT interfacing such as Sensors, IoT Device Programming with Raspberry Pi boards, Network connectivity and IoT Protocols, IoT Application development on Linux and deploying the IoT Applications on scalable cloud platforms. U will also get non-functional aspects of IoT which includes what is IoT architecture, IoT security and scalability. These IoT Courses which are delivered as live classes in Bangalore, is a placement oriented training program for BE / BTech / ME / MTech graduates looking to build a career in developing IoT based projects and products.

More than 366+ Placement Companies hired Emertxe’s trained graduates last year alone, who underwent Embedded Systems & Emertxe Certified IoT professional (ECIP) programs.

Join the most exhaustive IoT Course available in the Industry, Get hired by top IoT Companies before the course gets over!

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Embedded IoT Course – Goals:
  • Become an Industry-ready Fullstack Embedded IoT programmer by building hands-on knowledge from sensors to applications
  • Lean Embedded IoT courses to Program IoT devices / Micro-controllers, IoT Gateways and configure Open Source / Commercial IoT platforms
  • Build Embedded IoT projects that are working with end-to-end customer use case
  • Obtain NSDC certification course in in FullStack Embedded IoT programming from Emertxe Bangalore and get your FIRST JOB in core Embedded / IoT domain
Target Audience:
  • Fresh Engineers (EC, EE, TC, CS, IT / MSc / MCA), looking to get their first job in Core Embedded / IoT domain
  • Professionals looking to up-scale your career in the field of IoT
Duration:  6 months [ 6 days per week, 5 hours per day ]
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Learning environment:
  • Practical approach: 70% of the time you will be doing hands-on programming
  • Best-in class mentors: With real-time industry experience
  • Project oriented approach: Work on 7 to 8 real-time industry standard Embedded IoT projects
  • Mentor support: Excellent mentor support in classroom and labs
  • Interview Preparation and Module tests on weekends
  • NSDC certification: Get central government endorsed certificate and give boost to your career
Career Support and Placements:
  • IoT training course is aimed for jobs in core Embedded / IoT domain
  • 580+ Placement Drives** between from January 2018 to June 2019
  • Guaranteed* minimum 9 interview chances
  • Check out our placement record to get a transparent and realistic view of placements

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On-line Learning Management System:

  • Online Practice Tests
  • Practice Exercises and Assignments
  • Module based Projects to give you a complete exposure of IoT

IoT Courseware / IoT Learning Materials:

  • IoT Hardware platforms – Arduino and Raspberry Pi
  • IoT Software Platforms – Node Red / Amazon IoT / IBM Watson IoT platform

Soft-skills and Interview Preparation:

Visit our Center to Take your Scholarship test – Send an email to training@emertxe.com Schedule your Test
* Subject to completion of Course work, Test scores, IoT Projects and Maintaining 90% attendance throughout. Chances will be provided within 3 months of Course Completion, Normally we try to complete the chances within 2 months max period
** Multiple visits by same company included

Embedded IoT course syllabus and curriculum:

Emertxe’s IoT training course syllabus and curriculum is systematically designed in sync with industry needs (endorsed by NSDC – IoT Application Engineer – ELE/Q3911 (Level 5)), thereby enabling to build a complete IoT solution on your own. Download your copy of Embedded IoT syllabus PDF here. 

This advanced Internet of Things Course Syllabus gets delivered as a classroom program starting with basics (ex: setting up IoT platform). Followed by that deep dive programming topics (C and Python) and connectivity (IoT protocols) aspects are covered. As a result this course will enable participants to build end-to-end  IoT solutions. This course also gives you non-functional perspectives of building security and performance tuning of IoT solutions.

Internet Of Things Course Syllabus:

  • Overview of IoT and High level Architecture

IoT Course Syllabus

  • Setting up IoT work-flow
  • Programming with Advanced C / Embedded C
  • Micro-controller programming using Arduino
  • Programming with Python
  • Building IoT Applications using Raspberry Pi
  • IoT Protocols: HTTP, CoAP, MQTT, AMQP, 6LoWPAN.
  • IoT Cloud Infrastructure
  • Performance and Security in IoT

Prerequisites:

  • Fresh Engineers (EC, EE, TC, CS, IT / MSc / MCA)
  • Working professionals with introductory knowledge in programming

Platforms:

  • Ubuntu / Mandriva Linux based lab
  • Arduino
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Open source / Amazon IoT platforms

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IoT Careers | IoT Jobs | IoT Career Guide:

IoT is BIG and REAL. Some statistics* are as follows:

  • Roughly about 30+ Billion IoT devices to be deployed by 2019
  • IoT solutions will connect 4 Billion people across the world
  • More than 60 Million USD investments in IoT based Indian start-ups
  • From 2014 onwards IoT jobs demand has increased by 300%
  • Excellent IoT Careers – 10 Million IoT jobs will be created
  • About 1 Billion USD investment Government alone
Careers in IoT (Internet-of-Things):

Based on our research, we understand IoT careers is still a statement of confusion among Engineers. Hence IoT is interpreted in multiple perspectives. From the Electronics / Embedded / Core engineer many of the following questions remain unanswered:

  • How to interpret IoT from skills perspective?
  • What additional skills an Electronics / Electrical / Computer science engineer should have in order to have a career in this domain?
  • How different Embedded and IoT job profiles are?
  • What role protocols play in IoT?

In order to clarify them Internet Of Things Careers guide is prepared by our team. This guide is an output of our years of market research and interaction with multiple industry veterans.

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* Reference from popular market research reports like NASSCOM / E & Y / Economic Times / IDC research

To access more such contents check out our Emertxe – SlideShare page.

IoT Placements for Freshers – Overview:

Emertxe’s FullStack Embedded IoT Course attracts multiple Embedded and IoT domain companies. These companies are working on various core verticals like Automotive, Telecom, IoT, Consumer Electronics, Avionics, Industrial Automation etc. Geographically most of them are based out of Bangalore and metros like NCR, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune regions. Placement companies are categorized into:

IoT Training and Placements – Statistics:

Emertxe’s Embedded IoT Course and placement system is very transparent with data available in the public domain. Please check our Emertxe – Placement page and Facebook page to get exact details about day wise placement activities and student selection details.

  • Typically we provide written guarantee of 9 placement chances per student
  • On an average 25-30 companies visit for placements / Month
  • Emertxe’s training methodology and student efforts have transformed thousands of students
  • The next success story could be YOURS!

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Emertxe placement reviews:

Emertxe is open with our past students about what they have to say about our embedded training and placements. Positive feedback keeps us motivated and negative feedback forces us to look inward for making improvements. Have a look into what our past students have to say:

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FullStack IoT Courses – Regular and Weekend schedule:

  • Regular IoT Course: Targeted for fresh engineers with primary goal as placements. It is an FullStack Embedded IoT course filled with class-rooms, assignments, projects and IoT interview preparation workshops spanning for 5 hours per day. Our regular students who gets placed before the course completion are provided with opportunity to attend weekend classes to complete the course and obtain NSDC certification.
  • Weekend IoT Workshops: Targeted for working professionals with primary goal as up-skilling. It takes fast-track approach delivered in a workshop model, spanning for 8 hours per day. Post weekend classes, support provided for one month duration in order to help working professionals complete their assignments and projects.

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If you have any queries please send your queries via Contact Us page or email to training@emertxe.com

CourseScheduleDuration
Job oriented regular batches – For Freshers
Emertxe Certified Embedded Professional27 Aug – 2019 (Registrations open)
30 July – 2019 (Registrations closed)
6 months
FullStack Embedded IoT (Internet of Things) Course3 Sept  – 2019 (Registrations open)
23 July – 2019 (Registrations closed)
6 months
Weekend batches – For working professionals
Emertxe Certified Embedded Professional (Advanced) 6 July – 2019 (Registrations open)
9 Mar – 2019 (Registrations closed)
13 Weekends / 26 Days
Emertxe Certified Embedded Professional (Intermediate)6 July – 2019 (Registrations open)
9 Mar – 2019 (Registrations closed)
11 Weekends / 22 Days
FullStack Embedded IoT (Internet of Things) Course10 Nov – 2018 (Registrations closed)11 Weekends / 22 Days
Weekend workshops – For working professionals
Yocto project – Building Embedded LinuxContact Office …3 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
Embedded Android System Development22,23,29,30 June – 2019 (Registrations closed)4 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
Qt Application Programming with C++5,6,12,13 Oct – 2019 (Registrations open)4 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
UI Programming with Qt-Quick and QMLContact Office …2 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
Qt Application Development for Embedded systemsContact Office …2 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
Linux Systems & Basic Shell Scripting6,7 July – 2019 (Registrations closed)2 days + 2 Weeks Lab Assistance
Advanced C / Embedded C13,14,20,21,27 July – 2019 (Registrations closed)5 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
Data Structures3,4,10 Aug – 2019 (Registrations open)3 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
Micro-Controllers11,17,18,24 Aug – 2019 (Registrations open)4 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
Linux Internals & Network Programming 25,31 Aug – 2019 & 1,7 Sept – 2019 (Registrations open)4 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
Embedded Linux on ARM (ELARM)8,14,15,21 Sept – 2019 (Registrations open)4 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
C++28,29 Sept – 2019 (Registrations open)2 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
Qt Application Programming with C++5,6,12,13 Oct – 2019 (Registrations open)4 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
Linux device drivers1,2,8,9 June – 2019 (Registrations closed)4 days + 1 Month Lab Assistance
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As a FullStack Embedded IoT Course aspirant, you will have a lot of questions. Based on our experience we have seen questions coming from different angles of both IoT Course and Placements. Here is a compilation of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) by our students aspirant. We are pretty sure you will find your answers here. In case you couldn’t find them or have specific queries feel reach us via Contact Us Page or email to training@emertxe.com

Placements - FAQ

As a Fresher, How do you help me with placements in IoT Companies?

Emertxe’s trainings and placement division which has direct contacts with more than 400+ Embedded and IoT companies in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune etc who look for hiring skilled engineering freshers. These companies who seek qualified IoT resources, are aware of our course syllabus, training methodology and industry expertise of our mentoring team. By hiring our trained candidates in IoT domain, companies benefit in terms of faster deployment, lower cost and better hiring conversion. Hence Emertxe is one of the most sought after IT finishing schools for core companies – start-ups, mid-size organizations and large scale MNCs. Every month minimum 25-30 placement companies participate in hiring our students at Emertxe, Pls refer our embedded placements page for details..

On the technical delivery side Emertxe training programs are rigorous and practical in nature where students go through immersive learning experience. This means every session, every day is a learning day, where students are continuously working building and up-skilling their practical skills in IoT and embedded programming. As a proof of output students will be producing average of 40 assignments / module and 7 to 8 IoT projects in their resume by the end of the course. This up-skilling process resolves the industry-academia gap by making entry level engineers employable.

When these skilled students face placement companies a win-win proposition is created by achieving placements for our trained fresher students in IoT as well as for the companies as well.

When can I start attending placements after enrolling in your institute for IoT courses?

Typically placements for our IoT Students at Emertxe start in 3rd or 4th month onward once students complete programming languages modules (Programming in Python and C modules). However placements will continue in the remaining part of the course and even after end of the course.

What is the guarantee of placements at Emertxe for IoT courses delivered in Bangalore?

Emertxe provides a written commitment to every student regarding placement opportunities in IoT for Freshers in core IoT companies, which is more than enough to convert it into a job.

Every student goes through rigorous training in all the IoT modules with continuous assessment. As long as you regularly follow the classes, assignments and mini-projects, you will not face any issue in getting a job through our placement cell. As per our statistics, every student who has completed their course assignments and their assigned projects in IoT gets placed by their 3rd to 4th interview. To get a view about what our past students has to say, visit our Emertxe - YouTube channel, to get more details on placement and our training & placement record.

What if I don't get job after your Training?

This scenario though very rare at Emertxe, always poses a big question mark to the fresher/students. In case a student faces such a scenario after doing a course, students are provided with additional projects to continue working and enhancing their skills. This till build real-time project experience and increases the chances of getting jobs.

What do IoT companies expect during placements from Engineering Freshers?

Technically companies expect primarily three things from students:

  • Strong foundation in basic electronics (ex: Digital electronics)
  • Excellent problem solving skills (ex: Algorithms)
  • Core Embedded IoT programming skills in one or two programming languages (C & Python) in any standard hardware platforms like Raspberry Pi and Arduino and application development experience using standard IoT protocols on the above mentioned hardware. Integration experience of the developed IoT applications on standard IoT Cloud platforms are also sought after.

What is the salary levels of placed students in Embedded Systems and IoT Domain in India?

Salary levels for the students who are placed depends purely depends on companies hiring for fresher jobs. As per our statistics, Emertxe has placed students in the range between INR 2.0L to INR 11 Lakhs per annum CTC.

As a mentoring team, we strongly advise our students not to decide on a company purely by looking into salary levels rather look into the nature of work, exposure you will be getting and type of projects that they are working on. This will ensure you always stay on a continuous learning path and become a critical contributing team member of the organization. This will ensure in a long term your salary levels grow in a very healthy phase, sometimes get more paid than even market standards.

In summary it’s all a skill-game! The more skilled you are the more pay you get and grow it on a sustainable basis over a long period of time.

Where can I get the list of companies hiring IoT engineers with certification?

Please check our Emertxe – placements page to get details of recent placement companies recruiting for fresher jobs. We strongly recommend you to connect with our Emertxe – Facebook page to get regular updates on companies visited and much more information related to embedded industry.

What kind of job profiles can I target with IoT skills after completing IoT courses in your Training Institute?

IoT or Internet of Things is a very broad term which can open up a whole range of career possibilities for you. Some of them can be categorized as:

  • Program and develop an IoT device which can be non-OS based development
  • Design and develop an IoT gateway which is OS based and IoT application programming oriented
  • Networking and protocols – Integrating IoT with popular cloud platforms (OpenSource / Commercial) platforms
  • Customizing and configuring IoT platforms
  • Testing of IoT solutions (Functional / Non-functional / Integration testing)

To get more detailed perspective please refer to our
IoT Career Guide
document, which gives a very simple and detailed  explanation for any engineering freshers who aspires to build a career in IoT domain.

Course Fee - FAQ

How do I make my fee payment?

Fee payments can be done by cash / online / card / DD. If you are making online payment, details are provided below. Fee payments are accepted by online transfer, details are provided below. After transferring the amount, please inform the admin department through email or in person with the transaction ID or call us to facilitate it further.

Details are provided below:

State Bank of India:
Account Name - Emertxe Information Technologies (P) Ltd
Account Number - 10378321544
Branch - Jayamahal Extension, Bangalore
IFSC: SBIN0001731

Or

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Is there any instalment options available for course fee payment at Emertxe?

Yes. Instalment options available. Please get in touch with our admin team in any of the following ways, they will be glad to assist you by sharing further details:

Do you have any scholarship schemes for Embedded and IoT courses at Emertxe?

Yes. Scholarship options are available for meritorious students. Request you to take up our
Online – Scholarship test
which will automatically provide you with more details. Our admin team will also follow-up with you and share further details about scholarship which is offered as discounts in your overall course fee.

How can I register for Emertxe’s placement oriented IoT course at Bangalore?

Please go to our On-line – Scholarship test link and register yourself by filling up details. If you are interested in scholarship please go ahead and take up the test. Otherwise our Admin team will get in touch with you and share you further steps about course registration. Apart from that you can reach out to our Admin team in the following ways, they will be glad to assist you:

IoT Careers - FAQ

What are the Job opportunities in India for freshers in IoT?

IoT is in heavy demand due to many reasons. Some statistics* are as follows:

  • Roughly about 30+ Billion IoT devices are expected to be deployed in the market by 2019
  • These devices are expected to connect about 4 billion people across the world
  • In India more than 60 Million USD investments have been made into IoT based start-ups
  • From 2014 onwards IoT job demand has increased by 300%
  • In future IoT is expected to generate 10 million jobs
  • About 1 Billion USD investment is expected by the Government segment alone (example - smart cities)
  • In Industrial segment, about 55% of the share is going to come from Industrial IoT (IIoT)

Please many devices would require multiple technologies to work together in a serious way which opens a lot of career opportunities for engineers.

* Reference from popular market research reports like NASSCOM / E & Y / Economic Times / IDC research

What are the recent job trends in IoT for freshers and experienced positions in Bangalore India?

Job trends in IoT requires engineers to build skills based on a ‘T’ model mentioned below. The horizontal part of T requires engineers to have knowledge on Sensors, Devices, Network, Cloud applications and IoT protocols. On the vertical part of T required to have expertise on IoT Architecture, Programming skills, Integration skills, Hardware knowledge and non-functional requirements.

Along with that companies are expecting to have demonstrated output in terms of projects to validate the learning (shown in the right side of the T). Modern job trends suggest having these type of skills will place an entry level engineer in a high-paced career path

IoT skills are too broad, Can you help me to demystify them?

Yes it is correct - IoT skills are very broad in nature! It can be categorised into:

  • Embedded IoT: It consists of building a connected devices - which consists of IoT devices and IoT gateways. Followed by that it includes various protocols that connects the IoT device with IoT gateway and eventually all of them into IoT platform running in the cloud. Primarily this requires knowledge of micro-controller programming, system programming, OS and networking / protocol skills.
  • Application IoT: This mainly consist of a network interface which receives data from IoT device (via HTTP), Scalable Web server, Database and Data Analytics / Artificial Intelligence platform to synthesize and report the data in form of dashboards and reports. These reports are eventually used to derive meaningful insights / actions which are getting triggered all the way from sensors.

In Emertxe’s IoT course stress is given on programming the Embedded IoT part and integrating them with Application IoT mentioned below. Of course one can work on getting expertise in Application IoT also but placing them in a single course makes it too large. Given the strength Emertxe has in the Embedded space, our course is carved with more Embedded focus.

After doing a IoT course after engineering, what kind of job roles I will be able to take-up?

Emertxe’s IoT course it will open up a bunch of for different roles and responsibilities for engineering graduates. Some of them are mentioned below:

  • Programmer and developer of IoT Device
  • Integration engineer to integrate IoT Device with sensors and external peripherals
  • Vertical specific application development
  • Design and develop an IoT gateways
  • Multitasking application development in IoT gateways
  • Integration of the IoT devices  / IoT gateways with cloud platform
  • IoT Cloud platform API development
  • IoT non-functional features development (example - security)

IoT testing - System testing, Non-functional testing, Integration testing, Automation testing etc.

Why non-functional aspects (ex: security) are important in IoT?

IoT solutions are typically complex in nature where heterogeneous entities (sensors-> devices-> gateways-> cloud->application) are supposed to work together in order to provide an end-to-end solution working.  In such cases it is very important to consider non-functional aspects (scalability, security, reliability, high availability) which plays a very critical role to provide the desired end user experience for the customers. Any loophole (example - security) will make the whole solution non-viable for the customers.

Hence along with programming and functional IoT skills, it is also very important for engineers to process the IoT Architecture and non-functional related aspects,  so that you will be able to build a production quality system. Because building a prototype for laboratory use is significantly different from building a production level IoT solution for which such a non-functional knowledge plays a very key role.

In Emertxe’s IoT course you will be provided with exposure on the non functional aspects as well, so that you will keep them into consideration while building your IoT solution in real-time.

Can I choose a particular technology vertical (ex: Automotive, Home automation, Industrial automation) in IoT ?

Of course yes. When you are starting your career, we recommend you build horizontal or generic skills so that you will be able to fit yourself anywhere in the IoT domain. Once you get some good amount of experience with one particular area (example - IoT protocols) for about two years, you can then choose a particular the vertical (example - Automotive) and build deep expertise by becoming a specialist / expert in that particular vertical specific skills.

Softskills and Interview Prep - FAQ

How Emertxe IoT course is different from Emertxe Embedded course?

Emertxe, with its core expertise in Embedded and IoT domains, offers two major placement oriented courses when it comes to freshers:

  • Emertxe Certified Embedded Professional (ECEP)
  • Emertxe Certified IoT Professional (ECIP)

The ECEP primarily focuses on ‘core’ technologies of building a device from the scratch. For example ECEP has heavy focus on lower level OS (ex: Embedded Linux) so that participants will get complete understanding of building an Embedded device.

The ECIP course primarily focuses on ‘build-and-integrate’ technologies of building an overall IoT solution. This includes programming IoT device, IoT Gateway and them using  any of the popular cloud platforms (ex: IBM Watson). Here the participant may not expected to know the lower level programming details, can operate at higher level of abstraction.

However there are some common points between ECEP and ECIP (ex: C programming) which is essential for both of them.

What skills I will be able to learn in IoT programming course?

In the ECIP course you will be learning three skills under four different categories:

  • Foundations: This includes basic and core skills like Algorithms, Optimization, Linux platform, HW interfacing, Protocols and OS / Multitasking
  • Programming languages: In this course you will be learning programming using Advanced C and Python. In both of them you will learn right from the basics to advanced aspects, using which a working program can be created in an IoT device / IoT gateway
  • Hardware platforms: In this course you will be exposed to various standard and open source hardware platforms like Raspberry pi and Arduino and more in the similar lines. Having said that the hardware platforms tend to change from time-to-time, depending on the industry requirements. In our course we will be focusing on core aspects like reading data sheets, programming a particular peripheral using a software program and how to interface them with any external I/O or peripheral devices
  • IoT specific skills: To build specific knowledge, in this course you will be learning about:

 

  • IoT Architecture
  • Setting up IoT work-flows
  • IoT cloud infrastructure
  • Performance and security in IoT
  • Building IoT applications
  • IoT protocols (ex : MQTT)

In summary you will learn entire Embedded IoT start write from sensors-to-app, which are critical parts in building overall IoT solution. U will be able to fit yourself in any of the specific areas of IoT development and build your career.

Can you tell me how these skills helps me to build an IoT Application?

As you may be aware, the complete IoT solution has multiple components namely sensors, IoT device, IoT gateway, IoT protocols and eventually connecting to any of the cloud solution. For the user ultimately these cloud solutions will help interpret lot of data and make some meaningful insights and enable making critical decisions.

In ECIP course you will be learning all the critical skills that plays an important role in each of the aspects of IoT as mentioned above. For example will be learning about sensors and microcontroller programming (Arduino module) and OS based application programming (Raspberry pi module) and Protocols (like MQTT)  and cloud integration module (using Amazon / Microsoft / Open source IoT cloud). These combined skills will enable you to build the complete IoT solution.

What kind of hardware exposure such as Raspberry pi or Arduino I will be getting in this IoT programming course?

In the ECIP course, you will be getting hardware exposure in multiple angles. To start with you will be exposed to programming a non-OS based hardware which is called as microcontrollers. In ECIP course you will be using Arduino as a platform using which you will be learning how to read data sheets, implementing interrupt service routines, various protocols (UART, SPI, I2C, CAN, WiFi, Bluetooth) interfacing various different peripherals (Timers, Counters, Interrupts) and implementing an application using programming language like C.

After you build hands-on experience with microcontrollers, you will be exposed to and OS based hardware platform like Raspberry Pi,  using which you will be able to build an IoT gateway. Typically IoT gateway is a powerful device which requires any Operating System (OS like Linux or Raspbian OS)  running in it. It requires you to learn some other critical OS concepts like multitasking, scheduling, resource Management and various related protocols (HTTP, CoAP, MQTT, AMQP, IPv4, IPv6, 6LoWPAN) to program the IoT gateway.  

Our mentoring team strongly believes that hardware platforms tend to change as industry requirement becomes more advanced. Hence taking a hardware / board specific approach will not scale participants in the long term. Hence learning methodology is also focuses on generic aspects of hardware so that, you will be able to learn apply them in any hardware.

In summary as a IoT developer you will be learning how to program a hardware by designing, developing, running debugging a complete Application on your own on a OS or a non-OS based hardware.

Which specific IoT programming languages I will learn in this course and why?

In our IoT course students will be learning two programming languages C and Python. You will be implementing projects on both programming languages.

In spite of getting introduced in 1970s, the C programming language provides best optimized machine code, low level programming features, dynamic memory management and portability. On the other hand Python is a versatile interpreted language which is easy to learn with rich set of libraries. Both languages are very popular in the IoT domain getting hands-on projects implemented in them will really help you to take-off your career.

What roles protocols play in IoT?

As you may be aware IoT is all about connecting anything-to-everything, where protocols play the important role in providing connectivity. These protocols can be categorised based on many factors like functionality, range and power consumption. It can be further categorized into:

  • Peripheral connectivity protocols (UART, SPI, I2C, CAN etc...)
  • Device-to-Gateway connectivity protocols (Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth etc...)
  • Gateway-to-cloud connectivity protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP, CoAP, MQTT, AMQP, IPv4, IPv6 etc...)

As a IoT developer, you need to have good hands on experience with various protocols and their internals (headers, packet structure, handshake, error handling, advantages and disadvantages) so that you can make appropriate choice of them for your IoT solution.

What do you mean by foundations for IoT, Why should I learn or master them?

As the saying goes ‘technologies go through rapid changes whereas foundation won’t’ which is the primary reason why you should master foundations. For example many new programming languages are techniques will come into the foray of IoT as it matures, foundational aspects of all programming languages (example - Algorithms) won’t change. Hence in our IoT course we give lot of importance on foundations such as

  • Algorithms
  • Optimisation
  • Linux platform
  • Hardware interfacing
  • Protocols
  • OS and multitasking

Once you learn these foundations, you will be able to apply these skills in any new technology that you come across and learn them at ease. In our IoT course we maintain a very good balance between building foundations and learning advanced skills to that participants are positioned as lifelong learners in the careers.

Will I get any government IoT certification will I get after completing the course in your institute?

Yes. Emertxe is an Affiliated Training Partner with Government’s Skill India mission. In order to implement the skill India mission (which comes under the central initiative ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship) the flagship organisation called National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is been functioning. Under NSDC,   Electronic Sector Skill Council of India (ESSCI) is implementing Electronics / Embedded / IoT specific skill development.

By the end of the course ECIP students will be getting assessed by evaluation body of NSDC/ESSCI. Upon successfully clearing the assessment, the certificate for the job role IoT Application Engineer - ELE/Q3911 (Level 5) will be directly provided by NSDC/ESSCI. This will add a lot of value for your career as the Government is working to standardize skill-levels across various jobs / sectors to enhance career possibilities.

How a typical day in Emertxe looks for an IoT course student?

In Emertxe typically students spend 5 hours (minimum) on a daily basis where roughly 50-50 time is spent between classroom and labs.

During classroom time, typically a senior mentor will be engaging participants by delivering the content in a workshop oriented manner. During this session the mentor will introduce a concept followed by template sample programs and classroom exercises. This kind of approach ensures that you learn that particular concept well and able to build a working program. The goal of the classroom session is to build skills and confidence among participants.

After the class,you will be moved into the lab, where you will be given a set of assignments to work on, under the supervision of lab mentors. During labs you will be able to apply the learning that you have had in your classroom and build more programs and finally a good quality project. On a regular basis DISHA sessions (interview preparation, weekly tests, module tests, resume preparation workshops) are conducted either during weekdays or Saturday.


Trainers - FAQ

How Emertxe IoT course is different from Emertxe Embedded course?

Emertxe, with its core expertise in Embedded and IoT domains, offers two major placement oriented courses when it comes to freshers:

  • Emertxe Certified Embedded Professional (ECEP)
  • Emertxe Certified IoT Professional (ECIP)

The ECEP primarily focuses on ‘core’ technologies of building a device from the scratch. For example ECEP has heavy focus on lower level OS (ex: Embedded Linux) so that participants will get complete understanding of building an Embedded device.

The ECIP course primarily focuses on ‘build-and-integrate’ technologies of building an overall IoT solution. This includes programming IoT device, IoT Gateway and them using  any of the popular cloud platforms (ex: IBM Watson). Here the participant may not expected to know the lower level programming details, can operate at higher level of abstraction.

However there are some common points between ECEP and ECIP (ex: C programming) which is essential for both of them.

What skills I will be able to learn in IoT programming course?

In the ECIP course you will be learning three skills under four different categories:

  • Foundations: This includes basic and core skills like Algorithms, Optimization, Linux platform, HW interfacing, Protocols and OS / Multitasking
  • Programming languages: In this course you will be learning programming using Advanced C and Python. In both of them you will learn right from the basics to advanced aspects, using which a working program can be created in an IoT device / IoT gateway
  • Hardware platforms: In this course you will be exposed to various standard and open source hardware platforms like Raspberry pi and Arduino and more in the similar lines. Having said that the hardware platforms tend to change from time-to-time, depending on the industry requirements. In our course we will be focusing on core aspects like reading data sheets, programming a particular peripheral using a software program and how to interface them with any external I/O or peripheral devices
  • IoT specific skills: To build specific knowledge, in this course you will be learning about:

 

  • IoT Architecture
  • Setting up IoT work-flows
  • IoT cloud infrastructure
  • Performance and security in IoT
  • Building IoT applications
  • IoT protocols (ex : MQTT)

In summary you will learn entire Embedded IoT start write from sensors-to-app, which are critical parts in building overall IoT solution. U will be able to fit yourself in any of the specific areas of IoT development and build your career.

Can you tell me how these skills helps me to build an IoT Application?

As you may be aware, the complete IoT solution has multiple components namely sensors, IoT device, IoT gateway, IoT protocols and eventually connecting to any of the cloud solution. For the user ultimately these cloud solutions will help interpret lot of data and make some meaningful insights and enable making critical decisions.

In ECIP course you will be learning all the critical skills that plays an important role in each of the aspects of IoT as mentioned above. For example will be learning about sensors and microcontroller programming (Arduino module) and OS based application programming (Raspberry pi module) and Protocols (like MQTT)  and cloud integration module (using Amazon / Microsoft / Open source IoT cloud). These combined skills will enable you to build the complete IoT solution.

What kind of hardware exposure such as Raspberry pi or Arduino I will be getting in this IoT programming course?

In the ECIP course, you will be getting hardware exposure in multiple angles. To start with you will be exposed to programming a non-OS based hardware which is called as microcontrollers. In ECIP course you will be using Arduino as a platform using which you will be learning how to read data sheets, implementing interrupt service routines, various protocols (UART, SPI, I2C, CAN, WiFi, Bluetooth) interfacing various different peripherals (Timers, Counters, Interrupts) and implementing an application using programming language like C.

After you build hands-on experience with microcontrollers, you will be exposed to and OS based hardware platform like Raspberry Pi,  using which you will be able to build an IoT gateway. Typically IoT gateway is a powerful device which requires any Operating System (OS like Linux or Raspbian OS)  running in it. It requires you to learn some other critical OS concepts like multitasking, scheduling, resource Management and various related protocols (HTTP, CoAP, MQTT, AMQP, IPv4, IPv6, 6LoWPAN) to program the IoT gateway.  

Our mentoring team strongly believes that hardware platforms tend to change as industry requirement becomes more advanced. Hence taking a hardware / board specific approach will not scale participants in the long term. Hence learning methodology is also focuses on generic aspects of hardware so that, you will be able to learn apply them in any hardware.

In summary as a IoT developer you will be learning how to program a hardware by designing, developing, running debugging a complete Application on your own on a OS or a non-OS based hardware.

Which specific IoT programming languages I will learn in this course and why?

In our IoT course students will be learning two programming languages C and Python. You will be implementing projects on both programming languages.

In spite of getting introduced in 1970s, the C programming language provides best optimized machine code, low level programming features, dynamic memory management and portability. On the other hand Python is a versatile interpreted language which is easy to learn with rich set of libraries. Both languages are very popular in the IoT domain getting hands-on projects implemented in them will really help you to take-off your career.

What roles protocols play in IoT?

As you may be aware IoT is all about connecting anything-to-everything, where protocols play the important role in providing connectivity. These protocols can be categorised based on many factors like functionality, range and power consumption. It can be further categorized into:

  • Peripheral connectivity protocols (UART, SPI, I2C, CAN etc...)
  • Device-to-Gateway connectivity protocols (Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth etc...)
  • Gateway-to-cloud connectivity protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP, CoAP, MQTT, AMQP, IPv4, IPv6 etc...)

As a IoT developer, you need to have good hands on experience with various protocols and their internals (headers, packet structure, handshake, error handling, advantages and disadvantages) so that you can make appropriate choice of them for your IoT solution.

What do you mean by foundations for IoT, Why should I learn or master them?

As the saying goes ‘technologies go through rapid changes whereas foundation won’t’ which is the primary reason why you should master foundations. For example many new programming languages are techniques will come into the foray of IoT as it matures, foundational aspects of all programming languages (example - Algorithms) won’t change. Hence in our IoT course we give lot of importance on foundations such as

  • Algorithms
  • Optimisation
  • Linux platform
  • Hardware interfacing
  • Protocols
  • OS and multitasking

Once you learn these foundations, you will be able to apply these skills in any new technology that you come across and learn them at ease. In our IoT course we maintain a very good balance between building foundations and learning advanced skills to that participants are positioned as lifelong learners in the careers.

Will I get any government IoT certification will I get after completing the course in your institute?

Yes. Emertxe is an Affiliated Training Partner with Government’s Skill India mission. In order to implement the skill India mission (which comes under the central initiative ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship) the flagship organisation called National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is been functioning. Under NSDC,   Electronic Sector Skill Council of India (ESSCI) is implementing Electronics / Embedded / IoT specific skill development.

By the end of the course ECIP students will be getting assessed by evaluation body of NSDC/ESSCI. Upon successfully clearing the assessment, the certificate for the job role IoT Application Engineer - ELE/Q3911 (Level 5) will be directly provided by NSDC/ESSCI. This will add a lot of value for your career as the Government is working to standardize skill-levels across various jobs / sectors to enhance career possibilities.

How a typical day in Emertxe looks for an IoT course student?

In Emertxe typically students spend 5 hours (minimum) on a daily basis where roughly 50-50 time is spent between classroom and labs.

During classroom time, typically a senior mentor will be engaging participants by delivering the content in a workshop oriented manner. During this session the mentor will introduce a concept followed by template sample programs and classroom exercises. This kind of approach ensures that you learn that particular concept well and able to build a working program. The goal of the classroom session is to build skills and confidence among participants.

After the class,you will be moved into the lab, where you will be given a set of assignments to work on, under the supervision of lab mentors. During labs you will be able to apply the learning that you have had in your classroom and build more programs and finally a good quality project. On a regular basis DISHA sessions (interview preparation, weekly tests, module tests, resume preparation workshops) are conducted either during weekdays or Saturday.

IoT Course - FAQ

How Emertxe IoT course is different from Emertxe Embedded course?

Emertxe, with its core expertise in Embedded and IoT domains, offers two major placement oriented courses when it comes to freshers:

  • Emertxe Certified Embedded Professional (ECEP)
  • Emertxe Certified IoT Professional (ECIP)

The ECEP primarily focuses on ‘core’ technologies of building a device from the scratch. For example ECEP has heavy focus on lower level OS (ex: Embedded Linux) so that participants will get complete understanding of building an Embedded device.

The ECIP course primarily focuses on ‘build-and-integrate’ technologies of building an overall IoT solution. This includes programming IoT device, IoT Gateway and them using  any of the popular cloud platforms (ex: IBM Watson). Here the participant may not expected to know the lower level programming details, can operate at higher level of abstraction.

However there are some common points between ECEP and ECIP (ex: C programming) which is essential for both of them.

What skills I will be able to learn in IoT programming course?

In the ECIP course you will be learning three skills under four different categories:

  • Foundations: This includes basic and core skills like Algorithms, Optimization, Linux platform, HW interfacing, Protocols and OS / Multitasking
  • Programming languages: In this course you will be learning programming using Advanced C and Python. In both of them you will learn right from the basics to advanced aspects, using which a working program can be created in an IoT device / IoT gateway
  • Hardware platforms: In this course you will be exposed to various standard and open source hardware platforms like Raspberry pi and Arduino and more in the similar lines. Having said that the hardware platforms tend to change from time-to-time, depending on the industry requirements. In our course we will be focusing on core aspects like reading data sheets, programming a particular peripheral using a software program and how to interface them with any external I/O or peripheral devices
  • IoT specific skills: To build specific knowledge, in this course you will be learning about:

 

  • IoT Architecture
  • Setting up IoT work-flows
  • IoT cloud infrastructure
  • Performance and security in IoT
  • Building IoT applications
  • IoT protocols (ex : MQTT)

In summary you will learn entire Embedded IoT start write from sensors-to-app, which are critical parts in building overall IoT solution. U will be able to fit yourself in any of the specific areas of IoT development and build your career.

Can you tell me how these skills helps me to build an IoT Application?

As you may be aware, the complete IoT solution has multiple components namely sensors, IoT device, IoT gateway, IoT protocols and eventually connecting to any of the cloud solution. For the user ultimately these cloud solutions will help interpret lot of data and make some meaningful insights and enable making critical decisions.

In ECIP course you will be learning all the critical skills that plays an important role in each of the aspects of IoT as mentioned above. For example will be learning about sensors and microcontroller programming (Arduino module) and OS based application programming (Raspberry pi module) and Protocols (like MQTT)  and cloud integration module (using Amazon / Microsoft / Open source IoT cloud). These combined skills will enable you to build the complete IoT solution.

What kind of hardware exposure such as Raspberry pi or Arduino I will be getting in this IoT programming course?

In the ECIP course, you will be getting hardware exposure in multiple angles. To start with you will be exposed to programming a non-OS based hardware which is called as microcontrollers. In ECIP course you will be using Arduino as a platform using which you will be learning how to read data sheets, implementing interrupt service routines, various protocols (UART, SPI, I2C, CAN, WiFi, Bluetooth) interfacing various different peripherals (Timers, Counters, Interrupts) and implementing an application using programming language like C.

After you build hands-on experience with microcontrollers, you will be exposed to and OS based hardware platform like Raspberry Pi,  using which you will be able to build an IoT gateway. Typically IoT gateway is a powerful device which requires any Operating System (OS like Linux or Raspbian OS)  running in it. It requires you to learn some other critical OS concepts like multitasking, scheduling, resource Management and various related protocols (HTTP, CoAP, MQTT, AMQP, IPv4, IPv6, 6LoWPAN) to program the IoT gateway.  

Our mentoring team strongly believes that hardware platforms tend to change as industry requirement becomes more advanced. Hence taking a hardware / board specific approach will not scale participants in the long term. Hence learning methodology is also focuses on generic aspects of hardware so that, you will be able to learn apply them in any hardware.

In summary as a IoT developer you will be learning how to program a hardware by designing, developing, running debugging a complete Application on your own on a OS or a non-OS based hardware.

Which specific IoT programming languages I will learn in this course and why?

In our IoT course students will be learning two programming languages C and Python. You will be implementing projects on both programming languages.

In spite of getting introduced in 1970s, the C programming language provides best optimized machine code, low level programming features, dynamic memory management and portability. On the other hand Python is a versatile interpreted language which is easy to learn with rich set of libraries. Both languages are very popular in the IoT domain getting hands-on projects implemented in them will really help you to take-off your career.

What roles protocols play in IoT?

As you may be aware IoT is all about connecting anything-to-everything, where protocols play the important role in providing connectivity. These protocols can be categorised based on many factors like functionality, range and power consumption. It can be further categorized into:

  • Peripheral connectivity protocols (UART, SPI, I2C, CAN etc...)
  • Device-to-Gateway connectivity protocols (Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth etc...)
  • Gateway-to-cloud connectivity protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP, CoAP, MQTT, AMQP, IPv4, IPv6 etc...)

As a IoT developer, you need to have good hands on experience with various protocols and their internals (headers, packet structure, handshake, error handling, advantages and disadvantages) so that you can make appropriate choice of them for your IoT solution.

What do you mean by foundations for IoT, Why should I learn or master them?

As the saying goes ‘technologies go through rapid changes whereas foundation won’t’ which is the primary reason why you should master foundations. For example many new programming languages are techniques will come into the foray of IoT as it matures, foundational aspects of all programming languages (example - Algorithms) won’t change. Hence in our IoT course we give lot of importance on foundations such as

  • Algorithms
  • Optimisation
  • Linux platform
  • Hardware interfacing
  • Protocols
  • OS and multitasking

Once you learn these foundations, you will be able to apply these skills in any new technology that you come across and learn them at ease. In our IoT course we maintain a very good balance between building foundations and learning advanced skills to that participants are positioned as lifelong learners in the careers.

Will I get any government IoT certification will I get after completing the course in your institute?

Yes. Emertxe is an Affiliated Training Partner with Government’s Skill India mission. In order to implement the skill India mission (which comes under the central initiative ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship) the flagship organisation called National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is been functioning. Under NSDC,   Electronic Sector Skill Council of India (ESSCI) is implementing Electronics / Embedded / IoT specific skill development.

By the end of the course ECIP students will be getting assessed by evaluation body of NSDC/ESSCI. Upon successfully clearing the assessment, the certificate for the job role IoT Application Engineer - ELE/Q3911 (Level 5) will be directly provided by NSDC/ESSCI. This will add a lot of value for your career as the Government is working to standardize skill-levels across various jobs / sectors to enhance career possibilities.

How a typical day in Emertxe looks for an IoT course student?

In Emertxe typically students spend 5 hours (minimum) on a daily basis where roughly 50-50 time is spent between classroom and labs.

During classroom time, typically a senior mentor will be engaging participants by delivering the content in a workshop oriented manner. During this session the mentor will introduce a concept followed by template sample programs and classroom exercises. This kind of approach ensures that you learn that particular concept well and able to build a working program. The goal of the classroom session is to build skills and confidence among participants.

After the class,you will be moved into the lab, where you will be given a set of assignments to work on, under the supervision of lab mentors. During labs you will be able to apply the learning that you have had in your classroom and build more programs and finally a good quality project. On a regular basis DISHA sessions (interview preparation, weekly tests, module tests, resume preparation workshops) are conducted either during weekdays or Saturday.

IoT Projects - FAQ

What type of projects are provided as a part of placement based IoT courses?

In each module (except introductory ones) students are provided with a set of projects. Overall we have a huge

list of IoT projects (runs into 100s of topics) on each module however our mentoring team have a list of prioritized projects which are industry relevant. These projects can be applied in domains like Automotive, Telecommunication, Network Security, Distributed computing, Consumer electronics etc. all centred around embedded and IoT.

Mentors will recommend our students a particular project and provide an overall view of applying various Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) principles. They will also provide you with high level requirement and design recommendations which the student need to take up and implement. After implementation the mentor will inspect the project in terms of various standard industry practices (ex: code quality, readability, portability) and grade them. This holistic approach ensures students are able to apply what they have learnt in a particular module. By the end of the course, students would have 7-8 project around various IoT modules taught in the course and showcase to the placement companies, which will create an excellent positive impression about skills and capabilities.

To get a view of list of projects please look into our Emertxe – Technical Resource Library and clicking on the Industry projects list section to get a glance of what you will be working. Please note our TRL goes through continuous updates on a regular basis.

What benefits can I get by doing these Embedded and IoT projects as an Engineering Fresher?

Projects are actual testimony that you have learned and know a particular technology well. For a placement company, they would like to see some differentiating factor compared to other college freshers by which they can get an assurance, that the student indeed implemented something on their own. By implementing and showcasing good quality 7-8 projects you can really increase your chances of getting selected in a core company. Bottom-line, all the more companies recruiting IoT technology specific freshers look forward for a quick ramp-up time to deliver their customer projects, which is accommodated in the IoT course syllabus provided by Emertxe.

Do you have IoT projects based on standard boards like Arduino, Raspberry Pi etc.?

Yes. Since we have high Embedded focus in our course we ensure students implement projects on a non-OS (controlled based) boards like Arduino and OS (Linux) based boards like Raspberry Pi. Apart from that for introductory modules like C students are provided with PC based projects. So in combination you will be implementing projects in various platforms to get a flavour of each one of them.

However our mentoring team strongly believes that IoT platforms continue to change with new boards getting released into the market on a continuous basis. So our recommendation is focus on core fundamentals (Excellent Design, Optimization, User interface, Error handling etc...) so that you will be able to implement them on any board.

Will I be using Python programming languages for coding my projects and assignments as part of IoT courses delivered in your Training Institute?

In our IoT course students will be learning two programming languages namely C and Python. You will be implementing projects on both programming languages.

In spite of getting introduced in 1970s, the C programming language provides best optimized machine code, low level programming features, dynamic memory management and portability. On the other hand Python is a versatile interpreted language which is easy to learn with rich set of libraries. Both languages are very popular in the IoT domain getting hands-on projects implemented in them will really help you to take-off your career.

If I have some special interest project topic, will Emertxe mentors support me?

It depends. As long as the project is within the scope of the course subjects our mentors will definitely support you in guiding you for implementation. However if the topic is very different they may try their best to support by giving some high level inputs.

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