Learn about the hardware counterpart to the software-defined product, its make up, and how it works within the Internet of Things product.
- [Instructor] The Hardware Defined Product…is one of four main components of an IOT product.…Its purpose is to capture data from the edge,…sometimes process it, and then transmit…the data over the network to the application.…Because of the nature of an IOT product,…the edge can be within the product,…or distributed across the system or environment.…The Hardware Defined Product consists…of two types of components,…connected sensors and actuators,…and embedded system.…The Hardware Defined Product…only includes these two components…and not the rest of the physical product.…
The sensor gathers data from the physical environment.…The actuator makes physical changes to the product.…The embedded system gathers the data, packages it,…and then sends it along the network to the application.…It may also do local processing of the app,…analytics, or security.…The Hardware Defined Product captures internal sensor data…and transmits it over the OT,…or Operational Technology Network,…to the software defined product where it's processed.…
- IoT value modeling
- The software-defined product
- The hardware-defined product
- Embedded systems
- Connected sensors
- The network fabric
- OT IT and fog networks
- Analytics and big data
- Data services
Skill Level Beginner
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1. The Software-Defined Product
2. The Hardware-Defined Product
3. The Network Fabric
4. External Systems
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