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The Practitioner's Guide to Cellular IoT

The Practitioner's Guide to Cellular IoT

By (author): Cameron Coursey
Copyright: 2020
Pages: 240
ISBN: 9781630818074

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The Internet of Things (IoT) has grown from a niche market for machine-to-machine communication into a global phenomenon that is touching our lives daily. The key aspects of IoT are covered in this book, including the anatomy of an IoT device and how it is connected to a backend system, the nuances of data extraction and keeping the data safe and secure, the role of the SIM card in cellular connected IoT devices, and how IoT devices are controlled. Low-power wide-area devices that will allow almost anything to be connected, how IoT devices are being connected around the world, and how 5G and edge computing will continue to drive new use cases are explained. Overcoming the challenges of creating IoT applications and hardware is covered. Detailed examples of how IoT is being used in the spaces of industrial, consumer, transportation, robotics, and wearables are provided. The IoT industry is explained. Finally, the future of IoT is covered in light of technical, social, and economic advances.
Introduction; Section 1: Fundamentals of Cellular IoT: What is the Internet of Things and Why Should You Care?; Connectivity: IoT’s Life Blood; Data, Small and Big; Security and Privacy; AI, Blockchain, and Other Buzzwords; Section 2: Cellular IoT Differentiators: SIMs and Remote SIM Provisioning; Controlling IoT Devices; Low Power Wide Area; Going Global; 5G and Edge Computing; Building IoT Applications; IoT for Developers; The IoT Industry; Section 3 – Applying Cellular IoT: Industrial IoT; Consumer IoT; Intelligent Transportation; Drones and Robots; Wearables for All Occasions; IoT for Good
  • Cameron Coursey

    is a vice president of product development, Internet of Things (IoT) at AT&T. He earned his M.Sc. in electrical engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla and is a member of the IEEE.

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