IoT Training industrial internet of things training

IoT Training – IOT is the industrial internet of things. IIOT is the future of automation. The Industrial Internet of Things is part of the Internet of Things. Internet of Things or IoT is data-rich: large amounts of data get collected, aggregated and shared in a meaningful way. Here again, the goal is to increase the automation level at domestic and commercial levels. Not many institutions provide automation training in India. Smeclabs is one of the pioneer institutions in India that provide training in IIOT.SMEClabs is one the best training institutes in India that provide IIOT training.Specialized labs dedicated to IIOT is one of the features that we are proud of. The future of industrial automation depends on IIOT so being an expert in this ensures a safe future for fresh engineering graduates and also experienced professionals.

IoT and IIoT Course Accreditations

IoT IIoT Training Courses




IoT IIoT Training Syllabus

IoT Architecture

• Architecture.
• Tech Stack.
• Protocols.


• What is Sensor & Actuator?
• What is good sensor?
• Sensor properties.
• Types of sensors
• Sensor Demo – Proximity and IR sensors
• What is Computer Vision?
• Demo and applications of Computer Vision


  • Introduction to communication architecture- Network protocol stack
  • Different protocols
  • RF: ZigBee, Blue Tooth, BLE, Zwave, Mesh network.
  • Communication Channels: GSM/GPRS, 2G, 3G, LTE, WiFi, PLC
  • IoT protocols: MQTT/MQTTS, CoAP, 6LoWPAN, like TCP, UDP, HTTP/S.
  • Comparison of the different IoT protocols, advantages and disadvantages (limitations) of these IoT protocols.
  • IPv4 addressing problem for IoT and introduction to IPv6 is required to address more devices.
  • Application issues with RF protocol – power consumption, LOS, reliability. Security aspects. Showcase the GSM module.

What is LPWAN ?

  • LPWAN applications
  • LPWAN technologies
  • Cellular (3GPP) and Non 3GPP standards
  • Comparison of various protocols like Sigfox, LoRA and LoRAWAN, Weightless, NB-IoT, LTE-M

IIoT Architecture

  • Industry 4.0 Architecture
  • Fundamentals of IoT & Wireless Sensor Networks
  • OLE for Process Control (OPC)
  • OPC and DCOM Diagnostics
  • OPC Security
  • OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA)
  • The Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP)
  • MQTT
  • HTTP
  • Embedded C and ARM Cortex Microcontrollers
  • Embedded Linux
  • Fundamentals of IoT & Wireless Sensor Networks
  • IoT Protocols & Networking Fundamentals
  • Porting on ARM Cortex Microcontrollers
  • IoT Application Development
  • Difference between IIoT and consumer IoT Applications at technical level
  • How it will upgrade conventional M2M systems like SCADA
  • Know-how of building an IIoT project

Design considerations and IoT Security

  • Experience from building Osmosis platform
  • How secure is IoT?
  • Vulnerabilities
  • Key aspects for Securing IoT solutions

MQTT Architecture

  • Architecture principles and assumptions, Pub/Sub Model, Broker based architecture, Client decoupling

MQTT Features

  • Topics and Wild cards, QoS – Quality of Service,LWT, KeepAlive timer, Retain, Durable Sessions,MQTT over websockets
  • HTTP VS MQTT – Comparison
  • Comparison on factors like design point, scalability,architecture, code footprint, message size

MQTT - Security Concepts

  • Security challenges in IoT and constrained devices,Approach to security in MQTT, Different security mechanisms of MQTT

MQTT - Packet Structure

  • Control packet types, Headers
  • WSN – Wireless Sensor Networks
  • WSN and its applicability in IoT

MQTT - SN Architecture Features

  • MQTT-SN Architecture, Difference between MQTT and MQTT-SN

CoAP Architecture based on REST

  • Web and REST Architecture, Constrained RESTful Environments requirements and Architecture, CoAP Architecture, Types of messages

CoAP Features

  • URI and content-type support, Discovery of resources provided by known CoAP services, Subscription for a resource, and resulting push notifications, Caching based on max-age, REST model for small devices, Ready for integration Secure and Multicast Support
  • HTTP VS CoAP – Comparison
  • Comparison on factors like design point, scalability, architecture, code footprint, message size

6LoWPAN and IPV6

  • What is IPV6? Why is it required? Adaptation layer on 6LowPAN
  • CoAP and 6LowPAN
  • Support of CoAP for 6LowPAN
  • Getting started with MQTT and CoAP Handson
  • Introduction to MQTT and CoAP plugins
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