Technical standards in the Internet of Things technologies
In recent years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has brought significant innovations and changes across a broad spectrum of application domains. However, the fast development of the technology brings new challenges. On one hand, issues of interoperability, which is becoming crucial these days to connect IoT devices across various application domains. On the other hand, issues related to security and privacy are all the more concerning. Standardization and convergence processes are expected to help in improving and minimizing such complexities. Thus, this training is intended to overview existing and ongoing IoT standards related to a variety of IoT domains, and from which the attendees will be able to find sources of basic guidelines and good recommended practices.
LEARNING OUTCOMES AND OBJECTIVES
- Understand the current landscape of IoT technical standardization and describe the role of technical standards in IoT adoption
- Be familiar with existing IoT standards and get an overview how they are useful across a broad spectrum of application domains
- Get to know basic guidelines and good practices provided by existing IoT standards
- Identify potential links of existing IoT standards with current legal framework
1 - IoT standardization overview
- Role of standardization
- Landscape of IoT standards development organizations
2 - Mapping of existing IoT standards
- Foundational standards (e.g. ISO/IEC 20924, ISO/IEC 30141)
- Interoperability standards (e.g. ISO/IEC 21823-1, ISO/IEC 21823-2)
- Security and privacy standards (e.g. ISO/IEC 27400, ETSI EN 303 645)
- Domain specific standards (e.g. ISO/IEC TR 30164, ISO/IEC TR 30166)
3 - Overview of mapped standards
- Guidelines and good practices
- Identify links with current legal framework
4 - National standardization efforts
- How to become a national delegate
- How to contribute to standards development process
- Interaction and collaboration
- Theoretical and practical aspects
A qui s'adresse la formation?
The targeted audiences for these trainings are learners with similar backgrounds as beginners to mid-level IT knowledge. They can be non-IT professionals with a basic IT knowledge.
It is recommended to have basic knowledge in the field of ICT.
A certificate of participation issued by ILNAS, recognized training organization, will be provided at the end of the course.
- The course can be delivered on demand.
- The course may be provided at our offices or within your organization.