|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||ING-INF/03|
The course is aimed at providing the student with basic knowledge on the topics of telecommunication networks and signal processing/analysis in industrial contexts and especially in the framework of Industry 4.0
The course aims to provide students with essential knowledge on telecommunications networks and signal processing / analysis in industrial contexts and, in particular, in the context of Industry 4.0. At the end of the course, the student will know the basic principles of telecommunications networks, the main technologies / standards related to wired and wireless networks applicable in industrial environments, the architecture and Internet protocols and the basic aspects related to the theme of cyber security. He will also have learned the essential concepts related to the representation of analogical and digital information and to the analysis of data through machine learning
After the course, the student will have learnt the basic principles of telecommunication networks, the main technologies and standards related to wired and wireless networks for industrial environments, the architectures and the protocols of Internet, and the basic aspects of cyber security. The student will also have learnt the basic concepts associated with information representation through analog and digital signals and with signal analysis through machine learning.
Office hours: By appointment
Office hours: Appointment upon students' requests (direct or by email).
GABRIELE MOSER (President)
RAFFAELE BOLLA (President Substitute)
Within the oral examination, the student's knowledge of the course topics and his/her capability to discuss how to apply and use methodologies and technologies of telecommunication networks and signal representation/analysis in industrial contexts and in Industry 4.0 shall be evaluated.
|15/09/2022||10:00||SAVONA||Esame su appuntamento|