Structure of the BIMeTIC

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The Master`s Degree BIMeTIC is composed of 60 credits, taught in two semesters of 30 credits each.

The tutoring of the courses allows the adaptation of the requirements that the different profiles of students entering the Master require. More detailed information can be found in the VERIFICA of the BIMeTIC, found in the Documents section.


Master’s degree BIMeTIC 60 Credits
Obligatory courses (48 credits)    


Credits Semester

Description: Environment and Welfare: concept, business in the environment and welfare activity, legislation and regulations. Environmental and Welfare management networks: currently networks, sensor network topologies and selection criteria, network management and maintenance. Infrastructure: Energy Sources, installation, assembly and civil works.

 6  1º

Description; Innovation and business opportunities.

Business planning: Business Model, Market Plan, organizational and legal plan, operator plan, operations plan, financial plan and risk analysis and technology supervision plan.

Project management: the manager, organizational management, process management, innovation and knowledge management, markets management and financial management.

 6  1º

Description: Telecommunication network models. Internet applications and protocols. Wide area network technologies and access technologies. Fixed and mobile services support. Services Integration. Networks security strategies. Network management strategies.

 6  1º

Description: Introduction, review of algorithmic and programming: algorithmic structures and programming languages. Processing and organizing information to efficiently manage databases: Relations Systems, Creating Tables and relationship between them. Management and control applications to ensure access, data integrity, data manipulation, searches, etc.: databases connectors with security, access to information and search processes. User interfaces to access information within a database. Introduction to Cloud Computing.

 6  1º

Description: Sensors, transducers and actuators. Electrical signal: characteristic parameters in time and frequency. Sampling, AD / DA conversion. Processing and analysis techniques. Data buses. Embedded systems and automatons.

 6  1º

Description: Introduction to marine infrastructures. Monitoring systems: sensors and actuators, control and communication systems, network and data management, data processing and supply. Materials and Standards. Regulation and legislation. Security control for merchandise: traffic control in the port area, location and inspection of containers, checking and control of bulks, remote management and logistics tools. Control and passengers safety systems: check-in area control, surveillance systems, vehicle control. Environmental control networks: residue and dangerous goods. Control procedures of dangerous goods, protection against unwanted goods (nuclear, chemical or biological), residue control in port areas, detection and control of discharges. Applications.

 6  2º

Description: Introduction to the language and discourse of science. The vocabulary of networks, data management, software tools, databases, signal processing, environmental issues, business management, eco-tourism. Designing and writing procedures and processes. Writing reports. Project planning. Politeness strategies in work group discussions. Developing a presentation for specialists. Note taking and research. The handout for oral presentations. Designing and delivering beamer presentations.

 3  2º

Description: Individual development of an original exercise at a level that can be addressed with the knowledge and skills of the Master and guided by, at least, a professor of the Institute (IDeTIC).

 9  2º
Optional courses (Choose 12 credits)    
SYSTEMS MODULE  Credits Semester

Description: pollutants measuring systems: functional characteristics of the sensors used in the measurement of pollutants, system deployment and maintenance, communications, regulation and legislation, monitoring and remote management, project management. Noise pollution: sources of noise pollution (industry, transport and community noise), acoustic measuring systems, controlling and monitoring systems and methodology, prediction and environmental impact systems, data management and analysis, specific regulations and legislation. Air Pollution: Sources of air pollution, measuring systems (instrumentation), data analysis and management, specific regulations and legislation. Pollution in liquids: pollution sources in liquid, measuring systems (applicable devices), data analysis and management, specific regulations and legislation. Environmental control of pollution and residue: control design and planning, environmental pollutants forecasting systems, project development.

 3  2º

Description: Management and control systems of water resources: introduction to water resources infrastructures, regulations and legislation, network deployment and maintenance, monitoring and remote management, implementation of specific sensor networks. Product capturing and processing system: water sensors and actuators, environmental monitoring sensors, sensors network to monitor and control, quality control, signal processing for parameters extraction. Applications: Irrigation systems management, sewage control, consumption in dwellings, etc.

 3  2º

Description: communications technologies applied to the tourism sector. Wired and wireless networks communications, RFID applications and communications services in the hotels sector. Control and efficient management systems of energy resources. Sensors and actuators networks for energy efficiency in small (rural) hotels, cost investigations associated with the use of such systems to be compared with the traditional cost, energy sources applied to these environments. Communication systems with reduced environmental impact. Added value systems to the visitor, electronic program guides, web / mobile services and ad-hoc applications embedded in informative totems. Location of people and beaconing of rural areas systems. Ad-hoc applications for mobile devices (PDA, mobile phone, tablet) embedded in informative totems that are placed on roads or rural paths and use of these systems as locator elements. Technologies applied to security and emergencies for ecotourism. Current and future emergencies systems, facilities access control to fire detection, rainfalls.

 3  2º

Description: Introduction to telecare systems and e-medicine. Biomedical signals. Imaging Diagnostic. Diagnosis Assistance System. Hospital Telematics Systems. Setting in operation telecare systems and e-medicine.

 3  2º
SPECIFIC MODULE  Credits Semester

Description: Legal framework of environmental management: Environmental impact of facilities and residue management. Environmental control and management networks in tourism infrastructures. Environmental control and management networks in eco-companies. Economic and financial framework for eco-businesses. Specific regulations for the use of ICT solutions in tourism infrastructures: evaluation of the ICT solutions impact on the quality of these infrastructures and rural or ecological protection areas. Application Examples.

 3  2º

Description: Historical introduction and evolution toward Internet of Things. Concept of Internet of Things. Integration into a single network. Evolution of Internet protocols and involved technologies: Wired Networks, Wireless Networks, Mobile Networks, Sensor and Location Systems Networks. Identification and location systems based on wireless tags (RFID: Radio Frequency Identification). Cross-platform programming environments. Data Acquisition and Representation Systems.

 3  2º

Description: Geographical Information Systems: Mapping. Applications in different areas of welfare and the environment. Data models and structures. Spatial Databases. Introduction to Design. Geostatistics and databases queries. Introduction to spatial analysis with GIS. Presentation of results. Graphical Modeling and visualization of spatial information. Geographical Information Technologies: Terrestrial Positioning Systems. Application of Remote Sensing and Telecommunications in the GIS. GIS in Internet.

 3  2º

Description: Introduction to embedded systems. Run through the systems and current and future uses. Architecture of embedded systems. Flexibility, E / S, Memory, Types, dimensioning, etc. Cost analysis. Application of embedded systems. Real-time OS. Alternatives use depending on the application. Cost and development time analysis. Full analysis of real examples including design, implementation, solution cost, design time, etc.

 3  2º

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