Get Smart about the Internet of Things

TED-talk Sized Lectures

If you have 18-minutes you have the time to finish one lecture. Most of the classes can be finished in less than a morning. View the class materials at your own pace. And come back to the content as often as you'd like.

Video, Text, Images

Some of you learn better by watching, some by reading. It's all there. And 86% of those who have completed classes rate the content as excellent or very good.

Case Stories

Lectures have plenty of case stories and cover many industries including power, transportation, oil & gas, healthcare, construction, agriculture, buildings & cities and packaging.


We cover all aspects of IoT, including connecting the machines, collecting the data and learning from this data. We also discuss business implications and what you can do differently given discovered insights.

Certificates, Badges

Let your (potential) employer(s) and followers know your smart about IoT. Pass the exams and earn a certificate to post on your Linkedin profile, as well as a badge to share with your Facebook and Twitter followers.


Start with one class by industry for less than $10, or cover all industries for less than $20.

Whether you're in executive management, sales, marketing, support, services, engineering or consulting, you've heard of the Internet of Things. But what is it and why should you care?

In fact, your current job, and your next one, could very well depend on you understanding at least the fundamentals of IoT.

But if you'd like to learn more about IoT, just surfing the Internet will only give you a fragmented picture. And you're probably too busy to sit in a classroom.

Your answer: Take a Precision class. A new way for you to learn.

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It is important for businesses to begin their journey to being digital. Precision provides both the crystal ball into the future as well as a roadmap to get started.

Bill Ruh

Chief Digital Office, General Electric

The promise of the Internet of Things isn't delivered by connected devices or machines. The promise is in the data that they generate and the insight that can be mined from it. The Precision framework presents an excellent roadmap for enterprises struggling to transition the IoT promise to realized value.

Dr. James Goodnight


Precision is an accurate, insightful presentation of the complex challenges facing data scientists, technologists and business people who are solving some of the world's biggest operational challenges through the Internet of Things, machine-generated big data and machine learning. If you want to go beyond the hype and really understand what the Internet of Things is today, what it could become tomorrow, and how you can gain value from it, Precision should be in your library.

Godfrey Sullivan

Chairman, Splunk

IoT represents a real opportunity for new enterprise applications. Precision does an excellent job of identifying the key attributes of the technologies that will be required to connect and collect data from Things and turn them into game-changing insights and business models.

Rob Bearden

CEO, Hortonworks

Our ability to capture and process the data coming from the inter-connectivity of things is critical. Connected devices have increasingly more to tell us. Precision sheds light on the technical and organizational challenges that lay ahead on this next major step in enterprise computing, and shares many real solutions implemented in the world of IoT today.

Vinod Kumar

CEO, Tata Communications Group

A glimpse into how modern technology will affect methods of doing business today, tomorrow and for future generations. Precision is a must read informative guide for anyone who is truly connected. Read it. Read all of it.

Martin Richenhagen

Chairman, President and CEO, AGCO

Love the framework and the practical approach. Precision has already helped me identify strengths and gaps in our current IoT strategy.

Helge Jacobsen

Vice President Operations Excellency, United Rentals

Truly impressive work. Most remarkable is the simple, intuitive and consistent framework. It can be consumed by every audience, plus a rich set of cases, making the whole lofty IoT so close to us and so much more real that it can be touched right there with your fingers. To the CIO/CTOs who are still scratching their heads where to start, this will give them a sense of direction and a sense of urgency.

Jane Ren

President, Atomiton, Inc.
Former Chief Business Architect, General Electric

People from these institutions have taken a Precision class