IoT development environments and systems (5 cr)
21.11.2022 - 08.01.2023
09.01.2023 - 31.07.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
Mode of delivery
Faculty of Technology (LAB)
0 - 50
- Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information Technology
- Jyrki Antikainen
- Luennot 1 (Size: 500. Open UAS: 0.)
TLTIICTDD23KBachelor’s Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology 23K, Double Degree, Lahti
- Luennot 1
The student is able to
- explain IoT development environments and systems
- develop IoT systems
- analyze IoT development environments and systems
Implementation and methods of teaching
Classes, exercises, group work
Timing and attendance
Spring 2023, classes are held weekly, attendance at the beginning and end classes is essential and at other classes highly desirable. Recordings of teachers' teaching sessions are not made, but rather abbreviated summaries where possible.
Learning material and recommended literature
The learning material is the material found on the internet and the material presented during the lessons.
No exam - course work presentations
Zoom ja Moodle
Student time use and work load
Indicative amount of work 130 h, the actual amount of work depends on the student. The required course assignments must be completed.
Working and applying the tools selected for the course. IoT system analysis and synthesis.
The student does not participate in the group's activities or the contribution is insufficient.
Assessment criteria: level 1 (assessment scale 1–5)
The group has been able to cooperate productively and document their work and is able to present their output to other students as instructed. The output mainly meets the criteria of the assignment.
Assessment criteria: level 3 (assessment scale 1–5)
The group's presentation is clear and logical. It clearly shows the implementation in accordance with the assignment and possible deviations have been analyzed and reported. The group's presentation reflects an understanding of the group's work, e.g. the terms and jargon are correct. Group members also talk about what they have learned and solutions to challenges (reflection).
Assessment criteria: level 5 (assessment scale 1–5)
The group's presentation also includes a link to the theory of the course, and you can compare and justify the solutions that have been used in the work with facts. The group has been able to add something extra to the work that they invented themselves. The presentation is illustrative and things are opened up to the listener with examples and appropriate graphs and pictures.