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IIITH, TalentSprint launch PG Certificate in IoT & Smart Analytics – Times of India

HYDERABAD: The International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad (IIITH) and TalentSprint, an NSE Group firm, on Thursday introduced the launch of a PG certification programme in IoT & Smart Analytics and the primary cohort of this programme will begin in June 2021.

The 9-month programme is designed each for IoT engineers, who need to grasp analytics, in addition to different tech professionals and managers from industries disrupted by heavy IoT adoption.

Announcing the programme, Prof PJ Narayanan, director, IIITH, stated, “The PG Certificate in IoT & Smart Analytics, IIITH’s third program in partnership with TalentSprint, will offer an opportunity for working professionals to learn from our faculty and work on industry leading projects. While the first six months of the programme will teach foundations and include simple experiments, the last three months will be hands-on application-based learning. At the end of nine months, participants will gain confidence and expertise needed to lead AI-powered IoT deployments in their organisations.”

Santanu Paul, CEO & managing director, TalentSprint identified the programme will meet the business’s essential want for technical consultants required to meet its ambitions of interconnectivity. “Through this programme, we aim to upskill over 1,000 professionals over the next three to five years,” he added.

Narayanan stated IIIT Hyderabad, with its deep deal with Smart City analysis, has arrange a number of IoT verticals on air high quality, constructing power, water amount and high quality and avenue lighting, amongst others.

Talking about one such undertaking, IIITH college Sachin Chaudhari stated in a bid to analyse air pollution on the micro stage and perceive its affect on well being, IIIT Hyderabad is planning to ramp up its IoT undertaking the place the IoT nodes are positioned at completely different components of town to measure in addition to analyse air air pollution. “We started working on this project a year ago and have already set up 30 IoT nodes across the city to collect data and will be setting up another 20 nodes in one month’s time,” he added.

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