INFO-I 467 INTERNET-OF-THINGS INTERFACE DESIGN FOR BUSINESS INNOVATION (3 CR.)
Students employ human-machine interface design principles and practices as an innovation engine for Internet-of-things (IoT) ecosystems. Through design challenges, they develop and refine IoT interfaces and their business models, drawing on case studies and a review of the literature. Students acquire design-as-strategy skills through team-based, industry specific design projects.
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|LEC||3||28912||Open||12:00 p.m.–2:40 p.m.||R||IT 357||Lenzi L
Regular Academic Session / Hybrid-On Campus & Online
LEC 28912: Total Seats: 15 / Available: 15 / Waitlisted: 0Show Details for section 28912
- Human Machine Interface (HMI) Strategies and Design for Internet of Things (IoT) Ecosystems. The course revolves around design challenges led by industry leaders in the area of Internet of Things (IoT) innovation and design. Department consent required. To ask permission to enroll, please contact the instructor Lou Lenzi firstname.lastname@example.org with resume/portfolio and list of courses completed.
- Prerequisite: INFO-I270 or INFO-I275 or INFO-I300 and Instructor's Consent
- This is a Hybrid class taught both on campus and online using Canvas (http://canvas.iu.edu).
- This is a traditional hybrid course which includes a combination of online and on-campus instruction. Regular meetings on-campus are expected. For the health and safety of our campus community, many classes in Fall 2020 will be hybrid. You will work with your faculty member to determine when you will be on campus and when you will be connecting online at a particular day and time.