The Internet of Things (IoT) industry is a rapidly growing industry with a projected market value of 6 trillion US dollars worldwide, powered by 60 billion connected devices by 2025(Business Insider, 2018). Embedded Systems and the IoT have transformed countless facets of our economy, such as transportation, agriculture, healthcare, sustainable energy, smart technology, and weather prediction.
The Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) area is the central hub of industries focused on this emerging technology. The growing need for engineers specialized in emerging technology hardware and software design, along with the ESIOT program centered at the industry hub, creates unparalleled career and internship opportunities for students pursuing the Embedded Systems and Internet of Things (ESIOT) program.
The diversity of Embedded Systems and Internet of Things applications affords our students opportunities to join the professional workforce as future engineers in both the private and public sectors in areas such as:
Software & Hardware Development
IoT Infrastructure Architecture
IoT Solution Design
IoT Cyber Engineering and Analytics
WiFi Technology Engineering
Embedded Systems Design
Fault Detection & Classification Engineering
Smart Building IoT Engineering
IoT Senor Engineering
Network Security Analytics