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La presentazione di Alfonso Fuggetta fatta in occasione dell’evento europeo Digital Venice 2014 dal tema "Can the IoE bring back the high-growth Economy in Europe?"

La presentazione di Alfonso Fuggetta fatta in occasione dell’evento europeo Digital Venice 2014 dal tema "Can the IoE bring back the high-growth Economy in Europe?"

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  • 1. IOE: TIME TO ACTALFONSO FUGGETTA (@ALFONSOFUGGETTA) CEFRIEL – POLITECNICO DI MILANO VENICE, JULY 8TH, 2014
  • 2. JUST ONE (MORE) NUMBER (SOURCE: GABRIELLA CATTANEO - IDC) • IDC predicts that IoT/IoE will connect 30 billion endpoints and generate $8.9 trillion in revenue by 2020
  • 3. “IT WILL NEVER HAPPEN”
  • 4. “IT WILL NEVER WORK”
  • 5. IT’S HAPPENING, IT’S WORKING
  • 6. ICT IS EVOLVING EVEN FASTER THAN ANTICIPATED
  • 7. BUT WE ARE EXPLOITING IT ONLY MARGINALLY
  • 8. FIVE KEY ENABLING INGREDIENTS • Miniaturization • Ubiquitous Connectivity • Software • New Materials & Sensors • Decreasing Cost and (virtually) Unconstrained Scalability
  • 9. WHAT IS HAPPENING IN ITALY? AN INTERESTING EXAMPLE (DAINESE)
  • 10. THE DARK SIDE ... • Too often, very superficial knowledge of the topic • Too many followers • In general, too slow, too little
  • 11. WHAT DO WE NEED? (FROM A TECHNICAL/MANAGERIAL VIEWPOINT) • Pervasive wireless (wireline/fiber) connectivity • A comprehensive understanding of technological trends • Ecosystems (public, private) to define standards and common infrastructures • Coopetition
  • 12. “Stop Waiting (or Following), Start Leading.”