Contact Person
Holger Schloesser
NGNI, IIoT, 23.09.2019
M.A. Holger Schlösser
Business Unit INNO
+49 30 3463-7367
Dr.-Ing. Alexander Willner
Director Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Center
Business Unit NGNI
+49 30 3463-7116

Connectivity, Communication, Data and Programmability in Industry 4.0

Training on Industrial Internet of Things

Within the framework of the digital transformation in the industry, the real and the virtual world are growing together into an Internet of things, services and data. Digital networking creates a basis for evaluating data to enable new, innovative business models, reduce costs and increase efficiency. In this course we focus on the most important core topics of connectivity, communication, data and programmability.

Inexhaustive course content:

  • Terminology (CPS, M2M, (I)IoT, Industry 4.0)
  • Connectivity (Fieldbuses, IEEE TSN, NB-IoT, LoRa)
  • Communication (OPC UA, oneM2M, WoT)
  • Data (XML/JSON, semantic interoperability)
  • Programmability (orchestration and edge computing)

Course data

Duration: 1 day
Language: German/English
Venue: Fraunhofer FOKUS Berlin
Requirements: None
Course fee: €1100,00

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