Ch 2: The Internet of Things & Society

About This Chapter

Consider this corporate training chapter if you're looking for a way to train employees on the Internet of things and it's relationship to society. Whether you're looking to lead a training workshop or want to refresh your employees' knowledge, this engaging chapter can help.

The Internet of Things & Society - Chapter Summary

This chapter contains a collection of lessons outlining the Internet of things as a part of society. Through brief but informative lessons, employees can review smart homes, wearable health devices and the impact of mobile devices. The chapter can be used with a variety of purposes, from group training sessions to onboarding.

How It Helps

  • Offers examples: In addition to studying the concepts surrounding the Internet of things and society, your employees can also review a case study about a smart city in order to see these concepts in action.
  • Provides real-world applications: Your employees will review buildings, energy and health topics as they relate to the Internet.
  • Eases training: Because this chapter is accessible 24 hours a day from any computer or mobile device, it offers complete flexibility for employees in different locations or on different schedules.

Skills Covered

Once your employees complete this chapter, they should be ready to:

  • Discuss home, health and aging applications for the Internet of things
  • Detail current smart home trends
  • Give examples of wearable devices for health
  • Outline the impact of mobile devices
  • Describe cars, cities, buildings and energy as they relate to the Internet of things
  • Explain Tel Aviv as a smart city

Final Exam
Introduction to the Internet of Things
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The Internet of Things & Society
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