Create the Next Generation of Smart Devices
Learn how to analyze a market opportunity, design and build a working prototype, and propose a business model for connected devices and systems that address challenges in global health, manufacturing, conservation, education, and more.
MSTI Connected Devices Track graduates will work with leading companies and organizations on projects with real-world impact to learn and apply skills including:
- Using data from sensors with computer vision and machine learning
- Data management, signal processing, and data display
- AR/VR development
- Physical prototyping and hardware iteration
- User research, user testing, UI/UX, and rapid prototyping
- Integration between edge devices, cloud computing, and data warehousing.
Connected Devices Track: Develop Smart/IoT Devices for Professional or Consumer Uses
The Connected Devices track prepares graduates to analyze a market for potential business needs, identify the problem space, design and build a series of working prototypes, and propose a business model with go-to-market strategies. Students will learn about data management, signal processing, sensors, to develop the hardware and software fueling the growth of the Internet of Things.
The MSTI Connected Devices track prepares students for roles in rapidly growing fields including:
- Technical Project Management (TPM)
- Software development with expertise in AI, machine learning, and cloud computing
- User experience and human/computer interaction
- Product design and product development
The MSTI program teaches higher-level design thinking and technology development skills such as:
- User-centered design
- Programming for digital and physical user interfaces
- Developing sensors and circuits
- Finance and accounting for entrepreneurs
- Effective hardware/software development
- Corporate and IP law
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Interested in developing next-generation robotic solutions?
RYAN WU, ALUMNUS, SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER AT WYZE TECHNOLOGIES
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