Internet of Things - The Battle for your Home, Commute, and Life

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  We live in multiple worlds at any given point in time. The physical world that we live in, and the digital world that we access via multiple platforms. These 2 worlds have been influencing each other for some time now. The real world's need for communication & sharing has fueled the meteoric rise of social platforms. At the same time, easy access to phones, apps & services has made possible the seed of democracy to take root in closed countries. Still, for the most part, these worlds have been largely separate. Now, the environment is becoming aware of us. Low cost, mass produced sensors are embedding themselves into devices of every conceivable size & shape. Mobiles have now reached an inflection point in terms of both hardware & software, providing the last mile connectivity to harness this power, leading to the creation of Internet of Things, and the rise of a contextually aware machine age. The Internet consists of many layers. At its core, we have millions of servers & routers that provide the backbone for worldwide connectivity. Then we have billions of devices (desktop & mobile) connecting to it. Now the emergence of a new class of devices with trillions of embedded chips is fueling the rise of the Internet of Things. Simply put, IoT connects the physical world to the Internet. Combined with sensors, emerging & current network connectivity protocols, and processes designed around human interaction & behavior, IoT is already here. Soon, it will be everywhere. The key areas that will see the most action around IoT will be Health, Home, Transport, Cities & Infrastructure, and Industry. The most conservative estimates put IoT growth at $1 Trillion+ by 2020. Services will take nearly half of the pie, hardware contributing around 35%, and the rest will be cornered by managed networks. Users will warm up to new experiences & cost efficiences in existing services. Companies will get real time access to business state, as their devices are always connected. However, this will bring its own set of challenges for a business, as they will grapple with the issues of launching, managing, and monetising IoT services. Revenue models might change from straight sales to a subscription model instead. BIG PLAYERS Apple has transformed from a PC maker to a consumer goods giant. Now, its making a bigger play for becoming the gateway for your home, travel, and your health with HomeKit, CarPlay, and HealthKit respectively. Apple Pay is already here. And the Watch is coming in 2015. Google is not far behind. It is quietly converting Nest into a smart home hub, with its SDK opened for developers recently. A number of smartwatches already run Android. Google Glass is also out there. And Honda is already putting a flavor of Android on its newest cars' dashboards. Companies like Samsung, GE, Philips are making a bunch of devices that talk to each other. And a lot of companies have thrown their hat in the ring in a bid to own the software pie.
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  • 1. INTERNET OF THINGSThe battle for your home, commute, life Abhay Aggarwal
  • 2. We live in two worlds
  • 3. Similar, 1.75 Billion Smartphone Users 500 Million Tweets per day 1out of 3 Mobile Only 2.6 Exabytes Monthly Data Trafficnot same
  • 4. The Internet Is The Backbone
  • 5. Core Internet Core Internet Million Nodes
  • 6. Fringe Internet Core Internet Million Nodes Fringe Internet Billion Nodes
  • 7. Internet of Things Fringe Internet Billion Nodes Internet of Things Trillion Nodes Core Internet Million Nodes
  • 8. IoTconnects thePhysical world to the Internet
  • 9. Building BlocksSENSORS / DEVICESNETWORK / CONNECTIVITYPEOPLE / PROCESSES + +
  • 10. IOT is already here Fitness Trackers Thermostats Smart Bulbs Connected Cars
  • 11. EverythingMeet the Internet ofHOMEMANUFACTURINGTRANSPORTFASHIONCITIESLOGISTICSRETAILAGRICULTURESECURITY
  • 12. Why is IoTGrowing? Cheap Sensors Smartphones Everwhere Cheaper Bandwidth Cheap Processors Growth of Big Data
  • 13. Rise of the Machines1BILLION INTERNET IN THE 90’s6BILLION MOBILE INTERNET IN THE 2000’s50 BILLION THINGS CONNECTED TO INTERNET BY 2020
  • 14. Key Verticals HEALTH BODY HOME CONSUMER TRANSPORT MOBILITY CITIES URBAN PLANNING INDUSTRY INFRASTRUCTURE Patient care Patient surveillance Elderly monitoring Fall detection Remote diagnostic Equipment monitoring Hospital hygiene Bio wearables Food sensors Thermostats Lighting Remote control appliances Detection (intrusion /smoke) Energy / water monitoring Infotainment Pet feeding Smart lighting Waste management Maintenance Surveillance Signage Utilities / Smart grid Emergency services Smart car Traffic routing Telematics Package monitoring Smart parking Insurance adjustments Supply chain Shipping Public transport Airlines Trains Heat, ventilation and air conditioning Security Smart lighting Transit Emergency alerts Structural integrity Occupancy Energy credits
  • 15. IoTwill generate$1 Trillion+ in annual salesby 2020
  • 16. New ExperiencesCost EfficienciesReal Time Business StateIoTValue Proposition010203
  • 17. Context Matters!
  • 18. Fact: People will no longer buy products
  • 19. Challenges of buildinga IoTbusinessLAUNCHMANAGEMONETIZE
  • 20. The Big Players
  • 21. The Old
  • 22. The New
  • 23. The Old
  • 24. The New
  • 25. Software Players
  • 26. What about Developers?
  • 27. 20142020300K4.5 MillionDemand is Growing
  • 28. Developing for IoTHARDWAREARCHITECTURESOFTWAREUSER EXPERIENCESECURITYANALYTICS
  • 29. HARDWARENeed to be aware: How microprocessors send & receive data, How sensors work, What environment the devices will be deployed in
  • 30. ARCHITECTURENeed to plan: Architecture for Wired/Wireless connectivityCommunicating with NFC, Bluetooth, Zigbee, RFID, WiFi, or EthernetSecure data transmission thru HTTP, MQTT, or COAP Designing for Scale
  • 31. SOFTWAREEven though IoTis hardware based, it is really software driven. SDKs and Cloud based APIsS/W to ensure data integrityFiltering data noiseNative Mobile Platforms for customer interaction
  • 32. ANALYTICSAnalytics helps in making sense of all the captured data. 3 Primary roles: -Prediction of future behavior-Recommendation of related products/services-Optimization of existing resources
  • 33. USER EXPERIENCEWe have gone from large screens to small screens to multiple screens to no screens, as a lot of these devices do not have any screens of their own. Mobile devices act as the interface for the smart devices. We are in the age of No UI!
  • 34. SECURITYAnalytics helps in making sense of all the captured data. 3 Primary roles: -Prediction of future behavior-Recommendation of related products/services-Optimization of existing resources
  • 35. The Future ?
  • 36. The Future is You…
  • 37. Thanks! akabhay@gmail.com
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