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Lesson 1: Introduction to the Internet of Things
o    Introducing the Internet of Things
o    the various types of devices connected to the internet
o    components of IoT devices
o    design considerations
o    IoT device and physical world interfacing
o    hardware and software trade-offs
o    IoT and how the embedded systems work
o    working with Big Data
o    Cloud, Analytics.    

Lesson 2: IoT Architecture
o    The IoT Stack Architecture
o    the various components and layers
o    the app
o    the data processing and platform
o    the edge and the connected thing or device
o    aPaaS
o    data management
o    middleware
o    device management, 
o    hub/gateway
o    sensors
o    hardware/firmware.

Lesson 3: The Arduino Platform
o    The open source IoT platform built using easy to use hardware and software
o    Arduino physical board, libraries
o    the Integrated Development Environment
o    Arduino Shields various operations like heat and light sensing, GPS, UI display, programming Arduino using C language, controlling external devices using pins on the Arduino board.
    

Lesson4: Arduino Interfacing
o    The Arduino interface
o    reading inputs from various sources
o    providing an output
o    working with sensors
o    sensing and controlling the physical world
o    deploying various types of sensors and connecting it to the Arduino
o    constant conversion between analog and digital signals for information exchange between the physical and digital domains
o    programing for this type of signal conversion
o    Arduino-specific shields
o    shields software libraries.

Lesson 5:  The Raspberry Pi Platform
o    Introduction to Raspberry Pi, single-board computer, the Operating System, user interface, advanced networking, deploying compute-intensive IoT
o    setting up the Raspberry Pi environment
o    Python coding for the Raspberry Pi
o    deploying Python-based Integrated Development Environment
o    tracing and debugging Python code.    

Lesson 6: Raspberry Pi Interfacing
o    Interfacing the Raspberry Pi with the physical world
o    introducing the various input and output devices
o    various protocols like USB, HDMI and Ethernet for information exchange
o    controlling physical devices like motors, sensors, thermostats, switches
o    converting analog signal to digital signal and vice-versa
o    Raspberry Pi expansion boards for building complex hardware setup.

Lesson 7: IoT Sensors
o    Introduction to IoT Sensors
o    the role they play in getting the IoT systems work efficiently
o    micro-electromechanical systems revolutionizing IoT sensors
o    the range of sensors including proximity, temperature, electric, mechanical, acoustics, acceleration, etc.
o    smart sensors to help streamline analytics and connectivity in the modern world.    

Lesson 8: IoT Communication
o    The vast array of communication and information exchange methodology for IoT
o    including Bluetooth, WiFi, Near Field Communication, Zigbee, Z-Wave, Cellular, Thread, etc.
o    getting the various communication protocols and interoperability between various devices for a seamless system.

Lesson 9:  IoT Programming
o    Coding for the various components of the IoT system
o    coming up with a micro-controller-based embedded system
o    building and testing it extensively
o    the various programming aspects of interfacing with the physical world
o    system design
o    microcontrollers
o    coming up with new and creative ways to solve a problem using coding.
    
Lesson 10: IoT Security & Design
o    Introduction to IoT design for end-to-end security
o    hack-proof methods 
o    security of information exchange and networking
o    software updates, error reporting
o    centrally deployed software and firmware
o    infrastructure to meet current and future demands
o    user updates
o    rolling updates
o    rolling back security updates
o    separate channel for security from regular updates
o    software testing
o    testing of third-party services
o    end-user testing initiatives
o    support and user onboarding
o    edge processing
o    secure data management
o    collection and retention
o    legal and regulatory compliances.