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The Current and Future State of Internet of Things: Unveiling the Opportunities

  1. 1. 2 Credit: Mighty Things
  2. 2. 3 It’s All About “A network between objects, usually wireless and self-configuring, such as household appliances”. ~ Wikipedia “Embedded short-range mobile transceivers into a numerous of additional gadgets and everyday items that form communication between people and things, and between things themselves”. ~ IoT technologies proposed in 2015 WSIS conference
  3. 3. 4 It’s All About “Things having identities and virtual personalities operating in smart spaces using intelligent interfaces to connect and communicate within social, environmental, and user contexts”. ~ IoT in 2020 “A proposed development of the internet in which everyday objects have network connectivity, allowing them to send and receive data.” ~ Oxford Dictionary, 2013
  4. 4. 5 Enabling Technologies Wireless communications Machine-to-machine interfaces Electronic communication protocols Microcontrollers Location technology Software IPv6 CoAP RFIDs Sensors Smart-handhelds
  5. 5. 6 New Paradigm of Communication Person-to-Thing Thing-to-Person Thing-to-Thing
  6. 6. 7 Summing IoT Up From ANY TIME, ANY PLACE connectivity for ANYONE, we have CONNECTIVITY for ANYTHING.
  7. 7. 8 The Benefits Improved quality of life Healthcare from anywhere Better safety, security and productivity New business opportunities Utilized in every vertical for improving efficiency Creates new businesses, new and better jobs
  8. 8. 9 The Benefits Economical growth Billions of dollars in savings and new services Improved competitiveness Providing cutting edge products and services Better environment Saves natural resources and trees Helps in creating a smart, greener and sustainable planet
  9. 9. More visible in our every day lives. 10 Credit: Mighty Things
  10. 10. 11 Smart Mirror Credit: Vala Afshar
  11. 11. 12 Smart Socks
  12. 12. 13 Smart Garbage Cans
  13. 13. 14 Blood Pressure Monitor
  14. 14. 15 Glucose Monitor
  15. 15. What is happening now 16 Courtesy of Ankur Pipara
  16. 16. Applica'on Areas Smart Ci'es Smart Environment Smart Energy Smart Agriculture E-­‐Health Retail Logis'cs 17 Industrial Control
  17. 17. Smart Grid Enables smooth and efficient delivery of electricity AMI, DSM, Green energy integration and energy management Saves energy, reduces cost and increases reliability Industrial Monitoring To increase productivity, efficiency, and safety Machine Surveillance, asset tracking and storage monitoring 18 Image : Exosite
  18. 18. Agriculture Monitoring Accurate temporal and spatial monitoring Reduced water, energy, and pesticide usage Better productivity Smart Cities Sustainable urban development Eco-friendly infrastructure Water, land, skills and energy resources optimization 19
  19. 19. Healthcare Patient care in hospitals and at home Tele-assistance for aging and rural citizens Connected Home Home safety, security, automation and control Smart appliances and home entertainment systems 20
  20. 20. Telematics Improvement of safety of transporting systems Fleet management and traffic flow optimization Safety and Security Periodic monitoring of the architecture status Emergency warning information 21
  21. 21. The Architecture 22
  22. 22. 23 Driving Factors
  23. 23. 24 Relationship with Big Data
  24. 24. More Research Groups and Projects to Come 1 MIT Auto-ID Lab & EPC Global. Stanford University Georgia Institute of Technology Cambridge University 3 Nokia SAP IBM GOOGLE AMBIENT Metro Group Siemens Sun Cisco GE 2 EPFL & ETH Zurich Information and Communication Systems Research Group Chemnitz University of Technology VSR Group 25
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  26. 26. IoT is not coming soon. It’s HERE. For REAL. 27
  27. 27. ! A CAR produced NOW has an average of ! ! 60 – 100 ! ! built-in SENSORS…! 28
  28. 28. Today Smart phones and Tablets have already had lots of SENSORS like GPS, accelerometer, compass.! 29
  29. 29. 30 Application Scope: Now vs Future 70 billion machines, only 1% are connected Enables the next trillion connections
  30. 30. Smart Home 31
  31. 31. Smart Car 32
  32. 32. Smart Farms 33
  33. 33. E-Healthcare 34
  34. 34. 35 Implementation Challenges General Big Data Explosion Technological standardization at some areas are still fragmented Privacy and security Absence of the GOVERNANCE Connectivity Seamless connectivity with mobility Scalability and performance assessment Interoperability
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  36. 36. 37 Implementation Challenges Management system Scalability - capability in handling millions of things Object, device and service management Easy-to-use location based management Big Data and applications Information gathering, storage, analysis and inference Applications, services, and business models Security, trust, and privacy to protect
  37. 37. So now what? 38 “The future is here ... it’s just not evenly distributed.” ~ William Gibson (1993)
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  40. 40. will be part of Internet of Things by 2020, as IDC predicted in early 2014. 41 212 billion devices
  41. 41. 42 5 billion people will have internet access by 2020, Extreme Networks say.
  42. 42. IoT will generate nearly US$9 trillion in annual sales by 2020. 43 REPORTS ALERTS DATA PROCESSING STORAGE PATIENTS Image: Exosite
  43. 43. 57,000 new “things” will be added to the Internet every 1 second within 6 years. 44
  44. 44. Future Scenario Will Look Like 45 Smart Home Smart Grid/ Smart Energy Smart Ci'es Smart Factory Courtesy of Ankur Pipara
  45. 45. Unveiling The Possibilities 46 Indonesia’s Market >4% economic growth Stable inflation and interest rate 260 million population 250 million mobile subscribers 75 million netizens 60 million mobile netizens 45+ million feature phone net users Enterprise and household segments to adopt faster than consumer’s
  46. 46. The Current State 47 Wearable technology is growing slowly Same thing applied with IPv6 20% saving account owner 7% credit card subscriber 50 million Facebookers (Top 5) 40 million Twitterers (Top 5) 4 million Kaskusers Jakarta is the world’s chattiest city 85 million middle class 245 million domestic trip, 7 million outbound a year
  47. 47. The Growth 48 5 million middle class per year 2% internet users per year Feature & smart phone still promising Heats up by social network and travel Trust gained from hospitality industry Huge potential in e-commerce, online travel space(98% offline) and game
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