Learning Outcomes that relate to IoT
Internet of Things represents a general concept for the ability of network devices to sense and collect data from the world around us, and then share that data across the Internet where it can be processed and utilised for various interesting purposes.
Some also use the term Industrial Internet interchangeably with IoT. This refers primarily to commercial applications of IoT technology in the world of manufacturing. However, The Internet of Things is not limited to industrial applications.
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Question 1 of 30
What does IoT stand for?
Question 2 of 30
Which of these is NOT an IoT device?
Question 3 of 30
What is the definition of IoT?
Question 4 of 30
Which of these does NOT allow IoT to be enabled?
Question 5 of 30
A connected world is enabled by coverage of various systems. Which of the following is NOT required to enable IoT connectability?
Question 6 of 30
Which industry is currently the biggest user of IoT?
Question 7 of 30
As of 2018, what size is the smallest IoT device?
Question 8 of 30
By 2020, what is the estimated market value of IoT?
Question 9 of 30
As of 2018, what estimated percentage of future data will be generated by IoT sensors?
Question 10 of 30
What does M2M stand for?
Question 11 of 30
What does IP stand for?
Question 12 of 30
What does NFC stand for?
Question 13 of 30
What does GPRS stand for?
Question 14 of 30
What does GPS stand for?
Question 15 of 30
What type of sensor is this?
Question 16 of 30
Which of the following is NOT currently a type of local area connection used in IoT?
Question 17 of 30
Which of the following is NOT a risk from cyber criminals attacking IoT?
Question 18 of 30
Which of the following is NOT a type of wide area connectivity?
Question 19 of 30
What does this sensor measure?
Question 20 of 30
Why has IPv6 been created?
Question 21 of 30
What type of sensor is this?
Question 22 of 30
Where could this sensor be utilised?
Question 23 of 30
Which one of these Cities is classed as a Smart City?
Question 24 of 30
Which of these IoT features is unlikely to be found within a Smart City?
Question 25 of 30
Which of these is NOT a benefit IoT could bring to business?
Question 26 of 30
What size business do you think is most vulnerable to IoT risks? (E.g. Hacking)
Question 27 of 30
Which of these is NOT an IoT challenge to business?
Question 28 of 30
What is the estimated number of IoT devices by 2020?
Question 29 of 30
Which of the following IS a benefit of IoT in the learning environment?
Question 30 of 30
Which other technologies would assist in the management of data produced by IoT devices?