Introduction to Industrial IoT Design Principles & Applications


This program provides an overview on the IoT ecosystem and enabling environment to foster Internet of Things deployments, including technology, standards, cross-sectorial policy and regulatory frameworks, and applications. Participants can develop a comprehensive understanding of how IoT can be deployed in various sectoral verticals with specific focus on applications (eg health, agriculture, transport). Participants will also be given practical examples of how IoT can be deployed in other verticals through this program.

Who Should Attend

Project Managers (IoT Projects), Design Engineers (Hardware, Software, Integration, Application), Application & Implementation Engineers, Regulators, Service Providers, and Academia involved in Internet of Things


Participants need to have exposure to the manufacturing flow as well as experience in dealing with technical issues, projects, and requests.


Pn Azlina Mohd Sukaimi has over 28 years of senior management experience in a multi-national corporation, primarily accountable for Regional Technical Service Management, Lead New Product/Test Design Development, and Technical Management. She has held different management roles, including Senior Technical Manager for Regional Service in Asia Pacific, Chief Technical Officer, Head of Operation, Lead Test Development Project Manager, New Product Introduction and Development Manager, and Consultant for ISO Management and Quality Management System. She has specialises in providing training on technical problem solving tools, change management, and personal self-development such as Critical Thinking, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), Problem Solving Tools such as 8D, PDCA, DMAIC, Lean Manufacturing Concepts, Waste Management, and Industry 4.0 Industrial IoT.

  • Dates
    14 - 16 March 2018 @ PSDC

    14 - 16 May 2018 @ PSDC

  • Duration
    3 Day(s)
  • Time
    9.00 am – 5.00 pm
  • Course Fee


    (excluding 6% GST)
  • Course fees are HRDF claimable under the SBL Scheme.

For further information, please contact
Yuki Lee (ext 517 /
Elly Leong (ext 523 /