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The State of The Internet of Things November 5, 2014

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The State of The Internet of Things November 5, 2014


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Mike Kavis About the Presenter VP / Principal Architect, Cloud Technology Partners @madgreek65 mike.kavis@cloudtp.com


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Source: Harbor Research What is IoT?


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Perception of IoT


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General Perception: Luxury Tech & Jetson’s Syndrome Perception of IoT and its Value Proposition


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General Perception: It is all about wearables Perception of IoT


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General Perception: Is this really important to me? Perception of IoT


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Source: DZONE Concerns with IoT Top concerns regarding IoT?


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Most datacenters are woefully prepared for IoT Concerns with IoT


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What are the challenges? Security Standards Skills Overwhelming amount of data and H/W requirements Extracting value


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Reality of IoT


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Variety of Value Added Services Reality of IoT Source: Harbor Research


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What is driving IoT? Source: Harbor Research


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What is enabling IoT? Source: Goldman and Sachs


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What is enabling IoT? Source: Goldman and Sachs


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Data collection via sensor technology has been around forever What is old?


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Our ability to collect data from anywhere, in real time, and at scale What is new?


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Smaller, more durable, and connected sensors What is new? Source: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/internet-of-things/infographics/guide-to-iot.html


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What is new? Source: http://postscapes.com/what-exactly-is-the-internet-of-things-infographic


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What is new? Source: http://postscapes.com/what-exactly-is-the-internet-of-things-infographic


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Investor Perspective


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Waves Large categories, not a company Investors Perspectives: Waves vs Threads (Example) Threads Companies, products Value extracted from a wave


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Investors Perspectives: Waves vs Threads (IoT)


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Investors Perspectives: Searching for that Killer App “The killer app that wired the world ready for appliances was the light bulb. So the light bulb is what wired the world. And they weren’t thinking about appliances when they wired the world.” Jeff Bezos (founder of Amazon.com)


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Real Use Cases


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IoT Use Cases – Internet of Pigs


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IoT Use Cases – Internet of Bees Source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/470907704759552656/


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IoT Use Cases – Smart Cities Source: http://www.nec.com/en/global/solutions/safety/


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IoT Use Cases – Smart Boston Source: http://www.fastcompany.com/3033636/internet-of-things/in-boston-the-internet-of-things-is-already-in-front-of-your-face “For the resident, for the visitor, the biggest selling point is that you can sit down and charge your phone,” Carter says, but for the city the priorities are better environmental analysis and a better experience in city parks. On the latter issue, Changing Environment’s original prototype was too small to encourage users to congregate. So in a 2.0 version, “There’s a charging station in between you and you’re forced to sit next to each other,” Carter says. Carter foresees a 3.0 version of the bench that relays information about good news (like farmers’ markets) and bad news (like inclement weather) nearby. “It’s improved the efficiency to the point that ‘green’ receptacles (no more than 1/5 full) are emptied half as frequently.” says Gabrielle Farrell, spokesperson for the City of Boston. “Specifically, ‘Yellow’ or ‘Red’ receptacles (more than 3/5 full) are emptied 1.75 times weekly versus 3.5 times weekly one year ago.” That’s half the labor. Image courtesy of Soofa Image courtesy of BigBelly Solar


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IoT Use Cases – Assisted Living & Remote Patient Monitoring Source:http://www.nhr.com.tw/solutions-1.asp?id=73


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IoT Use Cases – Healthcare Source: freescale.com/healthcare


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IoT Use Cases – Oil and Gas Source: http://earthsky.org/earth/bob-hardage-using-seismic-technologies-in-oil-and-gas-exploration/ In the oil and gas industry, the next phase of exploration and development could rely on extensive sensor networks placed in the earth’s crust to produce more accurate readings of the location, structure, and dimensions of potential fields than current data-driven methods allow. The payoff: lower development costs and improved oil flows. – McKinsey & Co.


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IoT Outlook


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Why are CxOs saying about IoT? Source:http://blog.xively.com/xively-infographic-future-of-the-iot/


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What technologies will emerge as winners?


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Questions? Thank you for your time and interest. Mike Kavis VP / Principal Architect, Cloud Technology Partners @madgreek65 / mike.kavis@cloudtp.com


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