What this course offers
As our world becomes more and more connected, the uptake of smart devices to provide visibility and data for decision making is essential for all businesses. Learn how to adopt IoT technology to build understanding and knowledge to mitigate environmental and sustainability challenges
Through this sampler two-week, part time short course, you’ll explore the fundamentals of the Internet of Things (IoT), and how we can use this technology to address different sustainability challenges that we face today. Delve into case studies to discover how IoT applications can lead to sustainable decision-making in a New Zealand and international context. You’ll also explore how IoT is teaming up with other technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and 5G connectivity.
How you will benefit
Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of IoT, including technology, business strategy and data management
Evaluate and reflect on the relevance and potential of IoT to contribute to initiatives addressing sustainability challenges
What you will learn on this short course
Learn how IoT technologies can be used to capture data and insights, focusing on:
Sustainability in a connected world using the Internet of Things
Data insights, governance and ethics
Applications for sustainability in smart cities
Who is this course for
This course is designed for anyone who would like to find out more about IoT and the role this technology can play in addressing sustainability challenges.
This is an introductory course so you don’t need any prior knowledge of IoT or sustainability.