Today, we see the proliferation of the Internet of Things (smart, connected devices) into many facets of society. We are entering the age of advanced manufacturing, known as Industry 4.0, where predictive analytics, generative design, advanced materials, ubiquitous sensors, and automation/robotics are revolutionizing industries. In our homes, what started out as a smart thermostat has become a connected home complete with robotic vacuums, connected appliances, smart security systems, and voice assistants. Our daily routines will also be revolutionized as the connected city helps us navigate traffic, find parking, optimize public transportation, improve air quality, reduce noise, and enhance public safety. From wearables to autonomous automobiles, technology is impacting every aspect of our lives. Behind all of this is the Internet of Things: a low cost yet powerful computing capability, wirelessly connecting devices to each other and the Cloud, and able to sense and influence the environments where we work and live. It is estimated that there will be 1 trillion connected devices by 2035- more than 100 smart devices for every person on earth.
Learn the Technology
The IoT Coding and Hardware Design Bootcamp will teach you the fundamentals of creating and coding smart connected devices built around low-power computer chips.
Throughout the bootcamp, you will hear from industry experts on the current trends and use cases involving IoT. Students will demonstrate their learning and projects to a group of prospective employers.
After you have completed this bootcamp, you will receive a certificate of completion, not a degree. You can receive Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) from Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) if you do decide to later pursue a degree, getting free credit for classes that are similar to what you learned in the bootcamp. Learn more about non-credit to credit CPL at CNM.