Industrial Internet of Things:

From Theory to Applications
Inquiring For
Work Experience

Why Enroll in this Course?

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Interact with MIT experts, instructors, and peers in live synchronous sessions for a more comprehensive learning experience.

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Networking Opportunities, establish professional connections with industry experts and your cohort.

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Access to Rich Supplementary Resources provides additional materials and content for a more thorough educational journey.

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Optimize industrial processes by exploring new data-gathering approaches and process controls.

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Transform your organization with cutting-edge IoT system development and implementation.

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Enhance your ability to envision new opportunities and tackle challenges related to IoT across various sectors.

 What will you learn?

What will you learn?

  • Design and assemble integrated systems, sensors, and IoT+ to help you reach your hardware and software's full potential.

  • Put IoT+ theory into practice by constructing real applications and enhancing them using smart technologies.

  • Use sensors, sensing technologies, and embedded systems in the context of IoT+.

  • Devise solutions for industrial cases (transport, healthcare, and agriculture etc.) using IoT+.

  • Build hardware and software systems while being exposed to new hardware prototyping platforms.

  • Design and deploy telecommunication networks for IoT+ use.

All the participants who successfully complete their program will receive an MIT Professional Education Certificate of Completion, as well as Continuing Education Units (CEUs)*.

To obtain CEUs, complete the accreditation confirmation, which is available at the end of the course. CEUs are calculated for each course based on the number of learning hours.

*The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is defined as 10 contact hours of ongoing learning to indicate the amount of time they have devoted to a non-credit/non-degree professional development program.

To understand whether or not these CEUs may be applied toward professional certification, licensing requirements, or other required training or continuing education hours, please consult your training department or licensing authority directly.

Course Outline

The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way we live and work to an unprecedented degree; it allows anything from sensory devices to household appliances to be connected through the internet and interact without human intervention. In this course, participants will learn the basic concepts of IoT, understand the relationship between the real and the artificial world, and study the main technologies of detection software, computing and communication.

Who is this online course for?

  • Business leaders who work in industries that can benefit from knowledge in IoT.

  • Engineers and engineering managers.

  • Plant managers working in manufacturing.

  • Design and manufacturing engineers seeking to learn about data and modeling in a manufacturing environment.

  • Data scientists looking to apply their craft to the growing field of smart manufacturing.

  • Consultants who want to add value around the latest technology transformations in manufacturing.


MPE - Faculty - Brian Anthony
Dr. Brian W. Anthony

Director of the MIT Master of Engineering in Advanced Manufacturing and Design. Associate Director, MIT.nano

Course overview

    Now, I have the tools, methodologies and knowledge to address IoT+ projects in the digital transformation projects in which I work. I feel more confident to design e2e architectures that enable data from the physical world to be converted into insights that help data-driven decision making.
    Araceli Manzano Chicano
    Lead Data Engineer
    Johnson & Johnson

    Register now and boost your professional trajectory.

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