Internet of Things Business Impact
What you'll learn
- You will be able to ideate applications for Internet of Things in your business context.
- You will gain an understanding of the business implications of Internet of Things.
- You will be able to design Business Models for Internet of Things applications.
- You will get to know many very useful tools for the above tasks.
- You should be interested in internet of things, digital transformation and strategy. There is no specific knowledge or tools required as a prerequisite.
Quote from a participant (Aug 15, 2020):
"This was a great course to help me understand in many different ways how I might bring IoT Solutions to my role in Innovation in my business. It exceeded my expectations, and covered a variety of topics I had not even thought about. Excellent course!"
The idea of the Internet of Things (IoT) has been around for several years now. But still industry - incumbents and startup - searches for applications and appropriate business models.
This course introduces the most important concepts of the internet of things and various mechanisms that make IoT useful. The IoT value stack is introduced, too, as well as a short introduction to business model innovation.
This is the basis for more advanced lections on the impact of IoT on business models and on IoT business opportunities and revenue models.
Throughout the course, participants will get to know useful tools and schemas that facilitate transfer to own business context and challenges.
This course is for you, if you are enthusiastic about digital transformation and internet of things, but still need to figure out how to translate these ideas to your business context, your strategy and into sustainable business models.
There is no specific knowledge or tools needed as a prerequisite to take this course.
Who this course is for:
- People enthusiastic about digital transformation and internet of things, who want to better understand how this can be translated into a business strategy and business models.
Markus is a Professor for Internet of Things (IoT) and Blockchain Technology at Aalen University for Applied Science in Germany. There he helps establishing one of Europe´s first curricula specifically dedicated to IoT.
From 2012 to 2016 Markus was the Director of the Bosch IoT Lab at the University of St. Gallen and ETH Zürich. At the Bosch Lab he and his team researched IoT applications in the domains of Smart Home and Connected Mobility as well as IoT Business Models and the role of Blockchain Technology in IoT. Markus joined Bosch in 1998. He studied Mechanical Engineering in Munich and Trondheim, Norway, and holds a PhD from Technical University of Munich.