Cluj-Napoca June 6 2018
IoT Training for Developers
Early bird ticket 299€ until May 7 2018,
Full price ticket 349€ from May 8 2018
Learn about the nuts and bolts of developing almost any IoT solution, by touching about every aspect of the process and doing this in an end-to-end fashion – from low-end sensors to high-performance cloud (predictive) analytics and everything in between.
This training is particularly suited to people holding technically-focused positions having some interest, background or experience with IoT, sensors, raspberry pi, arduino, embedded, linux, networking, security, IoT cloud technologies (Amazon AWS IoT, IBM Cloud IoT, MS Azure IoT Hub).
Why attend the IoT training
High-quality training delivered by an internationally recognized expert and presenter
Full slides and additional resources
After the seminar they will get access to all the high-quality post-training materials presented (slides, samples)
Set of reference samples used for the “trainer demo” walk-through
Ask the expert
During the training, they will be able to ask questions from our expert.
At the end of the workshop you’ll be familiar with the following at conceptual, but mainly at technical and hands-on levels
IoT concepts and architectures
IoT software, run-time envs, libraries, APIs
IoT cloud platforms
IoT and embedded security
This training is designed for
This training is particularly suited to people holding technically-focused positions having some interest, background or experience with IoT, sensors, raspberry pi, arduino, embedded, linux, networking, security, IoT cloud technologies (Amazon AWS IoT, IBM Cloud IoT, MS Azure IoT Hub). Nevertheless, it is delivered in a way that makes the following profiles as well more than welcome:
Senior/Experienced Software Engineers
Business Analysts for IoT Solutions
IoT 101: Introduction to IoT
Working with IoT data
Working with IoT sensors
Working with IoT boards
Working with IoT connectivity
Working with IoT dashboards and work-flow rules
Working with IoT (predictive) analytics and Machine Learning (ML)
Security considerations and examples at every IoT Layer
I have heard about new things I can use in my work. It covered a wide range of topics and I have learned new stuff.
I believe that Andrei Costin was really well prepared and I was impressed by how quick and precise his answers to every question were. He nearly always came up with additional information that would help you gain a broader perspective on the subjects.
All the topics were interesting, it was well organised, the documentation was self-explanatory.
have a basic understanding of ICT and IoT, especially from the technical point of view
have knowledge and/or hands-on experience with OS, CLI and system administration (e.g., Linux)
have knowledge and/or hands-on experience with VM and virtualization (e.g., VirtualBox)
have knowledge and/or hands-on experience with basic programming (e.g., Python)
have knowledge and/or hands-on experience with basic security concepts
have knowledge and/or hands-on experience with working/developing “in the Cloud”
have knowledge and/or hands-on experience with hardware (e.g., RPi, Arduino, sensors, wires) (soft-requirement)
have basic understanding of electronics (soft-requirement)
optimal recommended experience for the above: 6+ months
be prepared to “bring your own hardware and software” if you want to hands-on live-follow the “trainer demo” exercises (optional)
be prepared to “be on your own” if you want to hands-on live-follow “trainer demo” exercises – due to limited, impossible to guide, debug and troubleshoot trainees instances
Meet the Trainer
Assistant Professor in Cyber Security
Andrei is a Computer Science graduate of the Politehnica University of Bucharest where he did his thesis work in Biometrics and Image Processing. While starting out his IT-career in the Computer Games industry, he has worked in the Telecom field and also was a senior developer at a specialized firm programming various GSM/UMTS/GPS sub-systems.
He is the author of the MiFare Classic Universal toolKit (MFCUK), the first publicly available (FOSS) card-only key cracking tool for the MiFare Classic RFID card family and is known as the “printer guy” for his “Hacking MFPs” and “Hacking PostScript” series of hacks & talks at various international conferences. Lately, he was spotted security-harassing airplanes with ADS-B hacks (though no planes were harmed during the experiments) and remotely hacking fireworks/demolition/pyrotechnic systems (though no fireworks show were spoiled and no buildings were demolished). He is passionate about security in a holistic fashion. Currently, Andrei is a Ph.D. candidate with EURECOM in the field of “Software security in embedded systems”.
At present, Andrei is mostly busy developing cutting-edge security research for embedded systems as part of his Firmware.RE project.
Learn to develop
almost any IoT solution
During the training we touching about every aspect of the process and doing this in an end-to-end fashion – from low-end sensors to high-performance cloud (predictive) analytics and everything in between.