Ericsson Mumbai (Eller College of Management - U of Arizona)Presentation Transcript
Bringing home the internet of things.Team 1 MumbaiTracy NeishKarthik RamadossVictor EgglestonFelipe de Mello e Souza
Ericsson’s Vision Introduction Target Industry EDCP Energy PLMN HealthcareForwardMoving The internet of things
Energy Utility Market Introduction Grid Capacity Energy Energy Revenue Healthcare • Existing infrastructure • Fragmented • Pressure for changeForwardMoving Opportunities exist in each link of the supply chain.
Energy Providers Introduction Energy Energy Revenue Grid Consulting Management Management HealthcareForwardMoving Smart Smart Meters Plugs Develop new end to end solutions.
People & Businesses Introduction Energy Energy PLMN Healthcare User Interface Smart PhonesForwardMoving Smart Smart Electric Thermostat Appliances Vehicles Capitalize on consumer goods market.
Healthcare Market Introduction Market: Challenges: $2.5 Trillion Annually in US Low adoption of IT Energy $200 Billion capital Compatibility investment in IT to achieve Healthcare Healthcare national network in US PrivacyForwardMoving Creating a more efficient and effective system.
Healthcare Institutions Introduction Interface applications Energy Infrastructure expansion & maintenance Healthcare HealthcareForwardMoving Healthcare provides end to end opportunities.
Healthcare Patients Introduction Energy Healthcare HealthcareForwardMoving Smart medical devices Patients take more control over their health.
Competition and Partnerships Introduction Energy HealthcareForwardForward MovingMoving Advantages in reputation and sustainability
NPV Introduction Invest in Grid $208M and Health Energy Invest in Grid $57M Invest Only Healthcare Invest in $70M Health Only Assumptions Don’t • Slower adoption 0 • Higher R&D InvestForwardForward MovingMoving Network Effects Between Health and Smart Grid