IOTInternet Of Things                     Presented by                         Adarsh G Unnithan                         0...
What is IOT ? SMART OBJECTS-Embedding computational power + internet availability to daily life objects.   Providing some ...
Growth of internet with IOT                     3
Starting from the Internet  Internet appears everywhere in the world.  but it is still a connection between people and p...
Starting from the Internet Internet connects all people, so it is called “the Internet of People”. IOT connects all thin...
Design.  User.              Human/software agent.      controlling and monitoring.  Physical entity.                  ...
ICT Objects.                        3 categories of ICT objects used in IOT are              Tagging things.              ...
Comparison with human society.                        IOT is more like a Human Society                          Naming na...
Tagging things.       • RFID = Radio Frequency IDentification.       • An ADC (Automated Data Collection) technology that:...
RFID system components.                                             Ethernet                                  RFID        ...
RFID tags. • Tags can be attached to almost anything:    – Items, cases or pallets of products, high value goods    – vehi...
RFID tags : Smart labels                                               A paper label                                      ...
Sensors.  Changes in object/environment are examined and reported to the system.  Provides real time data.  Shorten the...
Types of communication.       1.Thing to person.       2.Thing to thing.                            14KCMT
Applications. • Agriculture. • Health care. • Intelligent buildings. • Sports. • Transportation. • Touch a tag. • Autobots...
Agriculture.                 16KCMT
Affective Communication with Plants                         17KCMT
Health care.                18KCMT
Clothes Communicate with Display                         19KCMT
Packaged Food Communicates with Microwave Oven                       20KCMT
Smart cards                     Smart Playing Cards…                    …and Their Back Side               21KCMT
Smart cards..                      Compute and                      log game score                      Show cards played ...
Shopping..                      Bar code ↔ RFID / NFC?              -No allergens-              -Origin: DE-              ...
Intelligent buildings.                          24KCMT
Challenges.  • Security  • Privacy and data protection  • Governance of resources  • Standards-setting and interoperabilit...
Future. • Need to maintain common Standards • Development of IOT depends on development in many other technologies • Reduc...
conclusion • The future of internet lies on Internet Of Things. It enables us to   live in smart World.                   ...
reference   Website :   www.readwrite.com   Magazine: Info kairali -december 2011                                28KCMT
Questions..KCMT       29
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  1. 1. IOTInternet Of Things Presented by Adarsh G Unnithan 09 MCA 03 KCMT
  2. 2. What is IOT ? SMART OBJECTS-Embedding computational power + internet availability to daily life objects. Providing some sort of intelligence to these objects.. RFID based internet address.. Smart objects communicate each other. 2KCMT
  3. 3. Growth of internet with IOT 3
  4. 4. Starting from the Internet Internet appears everywhere in the world. but it is still a connection between people and people. 4KCMT
  5. 5. Starting from the Internet Internet connects all people, so it is called “the Internet of People”. IOT connects all things, so it is called “the Internet of Things”.KCMT 5
  6. 6. Design. User. Human/software agent. controlling and monitoring. Physical entity. Human ,cars ,animals etc.. Real world objects. Digital entity. Avatars,3d models. representation of physical entity in digital world, owes a unique id. ICT objects. Sensors ,smart objects. Moderator between real and digital world.KCMT 6
  7. 7. ICT Objects. 3 categories of ICT objects used in IOT are Tagging things. Sensing things. Thinking things. identification. Smart homes.  sensors for sensing. Tracking. Smart vehicles. Prognosis in 2011 7KCMT bestpowerpointtemplates.com
  8. 8. Comparison with human society. IOT is more like a Human Society Naming name (tagging) Sensing 5 sense organs IOT HUMAN Processing brain (thinking things) SOCIETY Communication technologies  language IOT is a communication network connecting things which have naming, sensing and processing abilities. 8KCMT
  9. 9. Tagging things. • RFID = Radio Frequency IDentification. • An ADC (Automated Data Collection) technology that: – uses radio-frequency waves to transfer data between a reader and a movable item to identify, categorize, track.. – Is fast and does not require physical sight or contact between reader/scanner and the tagged item. – Performs the operation using low cost components. – Attempts to provide unique identification and integration that allows for wide range of applications. – Act as a storage for sensor data. • Other ADC technologies: Bar codes, NFC. 9KCMT
  10. 10. RFID system components. Ethernet RFID Reader RFID Tag R F A ntenna Network Works tation 10KCMT
  11. 11. RFID tags. • Tags can be attached to almost anything: – Items, cases or pallets of products, high value goods – vehicles, assets, livestock or personnel • Passive Tags – Do not require power – Lower storage capacities (few bits to 1 KB) – Shorter read ranges (4 inches to 15 feet) – Cost around 25 cents to few dollars • Active Tags – Battery powered – Higher storage capacities (512 KB) – Longer read range (300 feet) – Cost around 50 to 250 dollars RFID tags provides information from sensors + embedded information in RFID tags 11KCMT
  12. 12. RFID tags : Smart labels A paper label with RFID inside an antenna stamped … and a chip … on a substrate attached to it e.g. a plastic foil ... 12KCMT
  13. 13. Sensors.  Changes in object/environment are examined and reported to the system.  Provides real time data.  Shorten the distance between real world and virtual world. 13KCMT
  14. 14. Types of communication. 1.Thing to person. 2.Thing to thing. 14KCMT
  15. 15. Applications. • Agriculture. • Health care. • Intelligent buildings. • Sports. • Transportation. • Touch a tag. • Autobots. • CENSE network. 15KCMT
  16. 16. Agriculture. 16KCMT
  17. 17. Affective Communication with Plants 17KCMT
  18. 18. Health care. 18KCMT
  19. 19. Clothes Communicate with Display 19KCMT
  20. 20. Packaged Food Communicates with Microwave Oven 20KCMT
  21. 21. Smart cards Smart Playing Cards… …and Their Back Side 21KCMT
  22. 22. Smart cards.. Compute and log game score Show cards played in current trick Detect cheats Show reminders: 22KCMT
  23. 23. Shopping.. Bar code ↔ RFID / NFC? -No allergens- -Origin: DE- - EUR 5,50 -at Super Market Objects that talk about themselves Internet 23KCMT
  24. 24. Intelligent buildings. 24KCMT
  25. 25. Challenges. • Security • Privacy and data protection • Governance of resources • Standards-setting and interoperability • Social and human impacts 25KCMT
  26. 26. Future. • Need to maintain common Standards • Development of IOT depends on development in many other technologies • Reduction of e-waste • Enable more security to data • Enable centralized control 26KCMT
  27. 27. conclusion • The future of internet lies on Internet Of Things. It enables us to live in smart World. 27KCMT
  28. 28. reference  Website : www.readwrite.com  Magazine: Info kairali -december 2011 28KCMT
  29. 29. Questions..KCMT 29

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