Published by: Albert Gibosse – Blue Label Weekly Magazine | http://www.BluelabelWeeklyMagazine.com
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As IoT gives no signs of stopping nor slowing down, here are six Future-proof IoT Skills to secure a career in IoT:
IoT sensors and Sensor Data
Using sensors to capture events or system states and to communicate with the IoT network, devices must be able to sense, act, compute and act as a critical part of the IoT infrastructure. These devices include sensors that can detect position, pressure, flow, acoustics (sound waves), humidity, light and temperature.
Moreover, storing, aggregating and analyzing sensor data to provide useful information, make predictions or take actions. Implementing data analysis in the cloud and, ultimately, drive decision making with insight from sensor data.
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Chips that effectively sense and reliably communicate data must be energy efficient, low power, very small and accurate. Focusing on integrated circuits, low-power technologies and embedded systems is primordial.
Wireless gateways include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, LTE, WiMAX or Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) — that allows collected data to be sent to the cloud. Network engineers need to understand these technologies and be ready to engineer protocols and networks that can work with small packets and constrained protocols such as CoAP.
Data analytics in the cloud must be performed and provide feedback to the IoT device, which requires experience with ETL(Extract, Transform, Load) along with batch parallel-processing technologies, is critical. Likewise, working with unstructured data and storage such as HDFS and Cassandra, complex event-processing using tools such as Apache Spark, machine learning for cognitive computing (self-learning, pattern recognition, and processing that mimics human thinking), and data visualization that can identify data patterns and structure.
IoT security solutions
Identifying problems that can be addressed with IoT technology as well as documenting security and privacy concerns related to IoT data collection, aggregation and analysis, and applying strong security measures and controls to both – IoT devices and to the data they process – will be increasingly in demand. Focus on end-to-end security, including the ability to perform reliable testing.
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In-depth knowledge of business domains will be crucial to assess data sensitivity and regulations with which they must comply. They will be key to weighing in on issues of security and privacy.
Somehow, most of us are going to either, directly or indirectly, be affected by or affect IoT. Thus, developing valuable insights and gaining experience can give you a lead in the career passing lane as others find themselves staring at brake lights.
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