Categories: Internet Of Things

Top 6 Skillsets Required in the IoT Industry

The Internet of Things (IoT), built from inexpensive microsensors and microprocessors paired with tiny power supplies and wireless antennas, is rapidly expanding the online universe. As the Internet of Things becomes an important phenomenon by 2020, your ability to adopt the following few skills now will determine your workplace success or failure.

 

Based on the skillsets mentioned above, following are the type of jobs that can be acquired:

FEW OF THE TOP COMPANIES LOOKING FOR TALENT IN THE IoT SECTOR INCLUDE:

  • PTC – The Product Development Company: PTC provides technology solutions that transform how products are created and serviced, helping companies achieve product and service advantage
  • Amazon: The leader in e-commerce and cloud computing
  • Intel: Intel is one of the world’s largest and highest valued semiconductor chip makers
  • Red Hat, Inc: Red Hat provides open-source software products to the enterprise community
  • Cisco Systems, Inc: Designs, manufactures, and sells networking equipment
  • Savi Group: Savi Technology provides sensor-based analytics, software and hardware for managing and securing supply chain assets
  • IBM: IBM manufactures and markets computer hardware and software, and offers infrastructure, hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe

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