3. 1988 Mark Weiser @MarkWeiser1952
Ubiquitous Computing Ken Sakamura
1999 Kevin Ashton @Kevin_Ashton
Internet of things
The interconnection of uniquely identifiable
embedded computing devices within the
existing Internet infrastructure. - Wikipedia
3Wilgengebroed on Flickr
4. When we embed connectivity in every day
Every day objects we design with an
understanding of the web.
Everything needed for people, computers
and things to create, exchange and act
upon digital data.
4Wilgengebroed on Flickr
5. A world of sensors
◦ « Wearables »
◦ Quantified self
18. Connected object
₊ User Interface
= Data (frequency, type, amount)
People , computers and things can « act » upon.
To inform, to decide, to share, to identify, to
authorise, to authentify, to launch, ….
25. The "remote control" of my environment
◦ Tags on objects
◦ When I want / "opt-in“
My Internet of Things
◦ Passive – Usage only
◦ Active - Participation
Content and mobile sensors sharing
Geolocation - passive / active
Make – Do it yourself
Raspberry Pi, Intel Galileo…
29. Big Data - data generated by all the technologies from the
Internet (of things) – sensors (of all kind), mobile, WiFi, Beacon
/ BLE, ZigBee, RFID / NFC ...
Let’s not forget the positive social impacts brought by data
analysis such as health (Tracking epidemics), energy, ecology,
Protect the citizen / consumer and its data.
Privacy by Design
PIA - Privacy Impact Assessment, data anonymization,
Opt-in and Opt-out
Inform / educate the citizen / consumer on all these subjects.
30. The Thread Group, AllSeen Alliance, IPSO
Alliance, the Open Interconnect Consortium,
Steve Halliday “IOT Council" has listed 400
“standards” applicable to IOT
There will not be one IOT standard.
Standard(s) vs. APIs