Smart Cities Essentials Certification Course.

Smart Cities Certification Course

Location Training Title From To Duration Venue Purchase
Upcoming Certification Courses on Smart Cities Essentials
May 2016
Australia Smart Cities Essentials Certification Course 13/05/2016 13/05/2016 1 Day 101 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia Buy This Event
Online Smart Cities Essentials Certification Course 13/05/2016 13/05/2016 1 Day Online Buy This Event
June 2016
Australia Smart Cities Essentials Certification Course 30/06/2016 30/06/2016 1 Day Gateway 1, Macquarie Place, Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia Buy This Event
Online Smart Cities Essentials Certification Course 30/06/2016 30/06/2016 1 Day Online Buy This Event

Course Overview

Smart cities refer to the cities facilitated with smart/intelligent physical, social, institutional and economic infrastructures to ensure smart living, economy, and governance. The new innovative approaches and smart information and communication technologies (ICT) enhance the quality, performance, interactivity and efficiency of urban services in smart cities. Smart cities implementation will make the cities more livable and resilient, reduce the costs and resource consumption and improve the contact between citizens and government. The sectors that support direct application of smart city technology include government services, transport and traffic management, energy, health care, water and waste management. Smart city applications are developed to improve the management of urban flows and allowing for real time responses to challenges.

This course provides a deep insight to Smart City Technology and challenges involved in smart urbanization. This course assists in learning various components of Smart Cities, identifying and applying a systematic as well as strategic planning for developing and implementing Smart Cities. The attendees will also learn about the future trends in smart cities in context of IoT technologies, Smart Grid, Wireline and Wireless technologies, Cloud computing, Smart home systems and smart healthcare.

Key Benefits for Participants

This course will provide the following key benefits to the attendees:

  • Understand the Smart cities fundamentals, market trends and smart cities infrastructure
  • Understanding Smart cities technologies and key implementation areas
  • Deep insight to Smart cities challenges, projects and future technologies
  • Learn about IoT Technologies, Smart Grid, Wireless and Wireline communications in smart cities
  • Understanding home area networks, generation and transmission and Machine to machine (M2M) deployments in Smart Cities
  • Understanding Charging, Billing and Protection issues in Smart Cities
  • Case Studies of Smart Cities and Automotive and Metering in Smart Cities

Course Objectives

This course has the following major objectives:

  • Provide comprehensive knowledge about Smart Cities Technologies, Infrastructure and Green City Designs
  • Deliver insights about key areas for Smart Cities Technologies and Manufacturing
  • Provide detailed insight to Waste management System, Crisis Response System, Real Time Information, Traffic Monitoring, Home networking and Smart Energy Systems
  • Detailed insights to Smart Cities Challenges and urban Deterioration
  • Comprehensive knowledge about Smart Cities Projects and Testbeds
  • Provide deep understanding of Smart Cities technologies including IoT Technologies, renewable solar and wind technologies, microgrids, advanced technologies for distribution automation and cloud computig
  • Explain M2M deployment, home area networks and smart grid deployment in smart cities in detail
  • Case studies for smart cities technologies

Course Outline

In “Smart Cities Essentials Certification Course (Overview)”, we cover the fundamentals of the Smart Cities, Infrastructures, and Technologies while in “Smart Cities Essentials Certification Course (Comprehensive)” we cover the following course contents:

Overview of Smart Cities

  • Introduction to smart cities
  • Cities in the Industrial Revolution
  • Green City Designs
  • Smart city Infrastructure
  • Market trends

Smart Cities Key Areas

  • Disaster Recovery
  • Smart Manufacturing
  • Climate/Environment
  • Transportation
  • Healthcare
  • Energy
  • Security

Smart Cities Technologies

  • Open-data initiatives
  • Waste management systems
  • City guide app
  • Sustainable and energy efficient states
  • Real-time information, concerning traffic, weather
  • Crisis response systems
  • Surveillance
  • Solar panel roofs
  • Smart climate control
  • Water-recycling systems
  • High-speed optical,
  • Sensor systems
  • Smart grids and home networking.

Smart Cities Challenges

  • Rapid Urbanization
  • Informal Settlements
  • Land Tenure and Stability
  • Retrofitting Infrastructure and Services
  • Combating Poverty
  • Urban Deterioration

Smart Cities Projects

  • Smart cities projects; SCALE, SERS
  • Testbeds for smart cities

Smart cities: future trends

  • Future technologies
  • Smart cities case studies

IoT technologies

  • Bluetooth Smart Technology
  • IEEE 802.15.4, IEEE 802.15.4e, 802.11ah
  • Relay Access Point (AP)
  • Sensor networks
  • ZigBee and RFID
  • Target Wake Time (TWT)
  • SuperSpeed USB Inter-Chip (SSIC)
  • UniPro, SPMI, BIF
  • Lowpower SoC

Smart Grid

  • Automated demand-response (ADR)
  • Battery and storage integration and aggregation
  • Cyber security
  • Renewable integration including wind and solar technologies
  • Microgrids
  • Wide area situational awareness (WASA)

Wireless and Wireline communications

  • Digital sense & control of the grid
  • Advanced technologies and their integration
  • Making a business case for advanced technologies
  • Advanced technologies for distribution automation
  • Utility time-cycles of adoption
  • Customer behavior
  • Standards and interoperability
  • Grid architectures
  • Simulation and validation
  • Cloud computing and mobile apps in smart grids and consumers interfaces

Home area networks

  • Home area networks as supporting infrastructure
  • Advanced metering infrastructure
  • Demand response and demand management
  • Advanced pricing schemes
  • Regulation and pricing consideration
  • Feed-in tariffs and net metering

Generation and Transmission

  • Residential solar integration
  • Visualization andLarge data analysis
  • Distribution automation
  • Substation automation

M2M deployments

  • Mobile vs stationary
  • Grid powered vs autonomously powered

Charging, Billing and Protection Issues

  • Installation and operational cost analysis
  • Charging, billing and protection issues.

Smart Cities Case Studies

  • Automotive and metering case studies
  • Smart city case studies

Dilevery Options

  • Online
  • Onsite

Who Should Attend

  • Technical managers who require an in-depth understanding of smart cities implementation.
  • Technical managers and engineers who are specifically interested in the knowledge IoT,M2M and in depth understanding of core concepts in smart cities.