Engineering eBOT™


Abstraction GROK, how to start building an eBOT™

  • Infrastructure, Technical IT Operations, Networking & Cloud computing
  • IOT Integration platforms or complex system integration
  • IT Security & Privacy
  • Big Data, Analytics and streaming/real time analytics
  • IoT Field Technology: devices/sensors, M2M, SCADA, edge computing, wireless communication protocol
  • Digital Economy – issues around Mobile, API’s, IoT – Monetizing Enterprise resource
  • Retail, Manufacturing, Health Care,
  • Telemedicine
  • Logistics, incl. air, rail & maritime transport
  • Telecommunications
  • Technology architecture approaches, Middleware (Spoke and Hub), SOA Patterns (ESB), Proxy Pattern (API)
  • HTTP and REST
  • Programming: Java/Groovy/Scala, Node.js, , Ruby on rails, python, Objective-C
  • Any of other technologies used in IoT: RFID, Bluetooth LE, Zigbee, Cisco,
  • Axeda, Thingworx, Wind River, SCADA, M2M, AI, XBee
  • Cloud platforms to include: AWS, OpenShift, BlueMix, Pivotal CF, etc.…

eBOT™ GROK Iterations

Gain knowledge and learn information.

Uses scientific knowledge to design useful products.

Design Process
A series of steps engineers use to create a product.

Design Steps
Brainstorm, Build, Test, Evaluate, Redesign

Physical Model
A model (usually 3D) representing all the parts that explains or has labels to show what it looks like and how it works.

Conceptual Model
Represents a particular concept that will help people understand or simulate the topic of that model.

List ideas, share information.

Creating a model, gather materials, putting together a prototype.

Check to see if the model works.

How did it work?, What went well?, What could be improved?

Make a better model by doing all the steps again.