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The Sensor Hardware Course for Aware

The Sensor Hardware Course for Aware is designed for partners and end-users who must install and maintain these sensors.  The course covers both the 4000 Sensor and the Pod.  Topics include: features, capabilities, specifications, mounting instructions, rules for switches, resetting sensors, sensor range considerations and limitations, multiple floor placement rules, port requirements, and network considerations.

There are no prerequisites for the course, but a proper understanding of hardware installation concepts, wiring, and basic wireless configuration is recommended.  Those who will be installing sensors should also take the administrator course as critical concept within the software are also covered there.  This course will run on a tablet, cell phone, or desktop computer, but It is recommended that the student has a screen large enough that they are comfortable and able to read the material provided.   

At the end of the course students who pass the exams with the required average score will receive a certificate.

Instructor: Scott Chillemi

Sensor Placement - Practical Exercise Course

The Sensor Placement - Practical Exercise Course is designed for installer setting up their first site.  This course requires the following prerequisites:

  • Completion of the Sensor Hardware Course
  • The student must be involved in a current new system installation project

This course is not like the majority of Academy courses.  This course is a structured way of evaluating the students real world design decisions.  The students will submit work and then it will be evaluated by Academy, Sales Engineering, and / or technical support departments for proper application of concepts.  Grades will not be immediate, the student should expect waiting several days from the time of submission to receive feedback.  The course is more of an apprenticeship than an academic program.

Course concepts will vary depending upon the real world application issues being implemented.  Course completion is required by new installers so they can be certified to independently install Inpixon Aware Systems in the future.  

Note: You can work on this course as a group, as long as you are installing the same site.  Be sure all students who are working together on the material are enrolled in the course so everyone gets credit.  All students must independently click on the link to have a certificate issued in order to receive credit for completing the course.  If you do not click on the certificate link at the end of the course you will not receive credit for the project's completion. 

Please complete all prerequisite work prior to beginning this course.

To be considered for admission to the course, please email me at scott.chillemi@inpixon.com.  

Inpixon Aware Server Installation Course

This course is designed for end-users and partners who are responsible for the initial installation of the Inpixon Aware Server.  The course start by discussed the server and client hardware requirements.  Then the installation procedure is explored, which includes Linux configuration, drive partitioning, and the root security model.  

There are no prerequisites for the course, but a proper understanding of basic computer concepts and the ability to navigate web pages, links, and online content is required.  This course will run on a tablet, cell phone, or desktop computer, but It is recommended that the student has a screen large enough that they are comfortable and able to read the material provided.   

At the end of the course students who pass the exams with the required score will receive a certificate. 


Instructor: Scott Chillemi

Inpixon Aware Administrator Course

This course is designed for end-users and partners who are responsible for both the day to day operations and higher level administrative functions of an Inpixon Aware system. This course covers the day to day system monitoring tools plus the Administrative and Reporting functions of the Aware system.  Topics include: setting up site infrastructure, adding and calibrating maps, scanning and configuring sensors, appointing channel discovery mode, upgrading sensor firmware, establishing zones, building alerts, and creating system user accounts.  

There are no prerequisites for the course, but a proper understanding of basic computer concepts and the ability to navigate web pages, links, and online content is required.  This course will run on a tablet, cell phone, or desktop computer, but It is recommended that the student has a screen large enough that they are comfortable and able to read the material provided.   

At the end of the course students who pass the exams with the required score will receive a certificate.  

Instructor: Scott Chillemi