The Internet of Things is the network of physical objects with embedded intelligence to sense their environment and to interact with business systems and each other. SAP Leonardo IoT enables the Intelligent Enterprise by creating live insights from connected things and business processes to deliver business outcomes. SAP is highly invested in the Internet of Things, and this course will show you how to get started with SAP Leonardo IoT.
This course will walk you through several use cases and stories of successful implementations and will also show you how SAP Leonardo IoT works with SAP Leonardo Machine Learning and SAP Leonardo Analytics. You will learn fundamental IoT concepts and how SAP Leonardo IoT approaches each to enable the intelligent enterprise, topics like edge computing, sensors, digital twins, microservices, data integration, and more.
Also included is an optional interactive exercise (ideation challenge) in which you will get to submit your own IoT use case, receive peer feedback, vote on your favorite ideas submitted, and have a chance to be showcased in a gallery of the best submissions.
We welcome you to participate both in the course and in the challenge!
Week 1: Getting Started with SAP Leonardo IoT
Week 2: Going Deeper into SAP Leonardo IoT
Week 3: Final Exam
(Optional): SAP Leonardo IoT Ideation Challenge (Starting Week 2)
Since the recording of this course, customer feedback and market developments have led SAP to consolidate its IoT solution portfolio. SAP announced a new SAP Leonardo IoT offering at the Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona, which became generally available on March 25, 2019 (press release).
It is a platform-as-a-service offering. SAP Leonardo IoT will merge the services and functionality of different standalone solutions into a single product. SAP customers will be able to use microservices and development templates, which are part of this product, to develop their own IoT applications to map their use cases and requirements. The guiding principle here is the vision of the Intelligent Enterprise. The aim of SAP Leonardo IoT is to support the Intelligent Enterprise and correlate Internet of Things data with semantic data, such as master data or transactional data, to enrich the clients' business processes and complement the value chain.
As a consequence of the new focus of our IoT solution portfolio, SAP removed SAP Connected Goods, SAP Leonardo IoT Bridge, and SAP Vehicle Insights from the price list as of April 2019.
This course was held from Oct 09, 2018 through Nov 14, 2018.
14398 learners enrolled.
This course was rated with 4.39 stars in average from 1101 votes.
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Benjamin Graf is a Data Science Expert and Development Architect in the IoT team at SAP. He is working on software architecture and machine learning scenarios for connected vehicles.
He has 10 years’ experience in professional software development with a major emphasis on data science. MSc in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Edinburgh.
Jacob Stark has over 10 years of experience in product management. He has designed hundreds of reports, dashboards, and infographics, and has been awarded for his presentations on data visualization.
Jacob currently leads Data Visualization Product Management for SAP Analytics Cloud.
Dr. Frank Rambo is a solution owner in the IoT team at SAP, working with customers in co-innovation and early implementation projects in the area of SAP Leonardo IoT.
Frank joined SAP about 20 years ago and has been working in diverse customer facing roles in SAP’s consulting and development organizations. During this time, he’s been focusing on technology, IT security, analytics, and for the last 3 years on IoT.
Michael Bozek is Business Development Manager for Wireless Sensors at Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH in Mannheim, Germany.
Michael is educated in business engineering and has been working in automation technology for more than 10 years. At Pepperl+Fuchs, he initially started as a strategic product manager for industrial sensors. Thereafter he assessed the market maturity of technological ideas as innovation manager. Since 2015, he has been conducting business development for Industry 4.0 with a focus on wireless sensor technology for the Internet of Things.
Lisa Tinti is a director of Solution Management at SAP, with over 16 years of software development industry experience. She has enabled the product launch of multiple solutions within the SAP Leonardo IoT portfolio and has an extensive background in product management and product marketing.
Marcus Behrens is Director of Product Management for IoT Application Enablement at SAP. Marcus has been a hacker, developer, and product manager for many years with roles of support engineer, pre-sales, consulting, and product management in the US and Germany. He has a degree in Computer Science, Human Computer-Interaction and Language Processing from the University of Stuttgart.
In recent years, Marcus has been focused on innovations around classic applications with design thinking, mobile, analytical, and IoT technologies. He currently drives developer enabling services like tutorials, trainings, and trials for IoT.
Robert Stumpe is head of IoT solutions at UX Gruppe, leading the development of PAASPHERE, an IoT solution for smart connected edge devices.
Robert has been working at UX Gruppe for more than 15 years and has extensive experience as a senior software developer. His major focus is embedded Linux system integration for customized Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) as well as the development of embedded software applications, software engineering, and product development.
In the era of the Internet of Things, Robert and his team empower device manufacturers to transform standalone machines into smart connected devices.
Upender Solanki is currently leading the SAP Leonardo practice at Movilitas Consulting. He has been working in supply chain consulting for 12+ years with a major focus on Product Serialization, Track and Trace, and Supply Chain Visibility. More recently, Upender has been focusing on Digitization of Supply Chain using the SAP Leonardo intelligent technologies product portfolio.
David Parker is the Chief Revenue Officer at Cloudleaf responsible for all aspects of sales pipeline creation, revenue generation, and sales strategy.
Prior to joining Cloudleaf, David held senior positions at IBM, SAP, and Sybase focusing on building innovative mission critical applications for various industry verticals.
Srinivas Manyam is currently a Practice Director at KPIT, focusing on SAP Leonardo and HANA solutions.
He drives digital transformation using SAP Leonardo with a focus on integration with SAP S/4HANA and SAP C4C. He has successfully led and managed multiple SAP HANA deployments.
Axel Loelhoeffel von Loewensprung is a product expert at SAP in Palo Alto. As a member of the SAP Leonardo IoT team, Axel leverages over 14 years of experience in the IT industry to ideate, define, deliver, and take to market IoT business solutions that help enterprises run their business operations in a digital world.