Ericsson Santiago (IPADE Business School - Mexico)Presentation Transcript
Architecting the Networked Society “Communication is a basic human need” -Lars Magnus Ericsson
Proposal Summary Energy: Implement an energy savings model that begins at the household level and benefits communities, appliance manufacturers, utility companies, operators and Ericsson Healthcare: Establish an interconnected network that links devices, databases, developers, patients, healthcare providers, insurance companies and governments into a single interoperable platform
Energymanagement: currenttrends Resilientgrids and smartmeterstoincreaseenergyefficiency. Suchvisionadvocates a top-downapproach: a centralized Network Operation Center thatcontrolsthepowerstationsallthewaydownto micro-managingappliances at home.
Energymanagement: Ericsson’stake Bottom-up approach Home users: Key players as they generate energy savings Network-enabled appliances:Become the tool to generate savings Operators:Gateway to monitor and control appliances Utilities:Set the pace of energy consumption Energy Management Platform: Determines the best response to Utilities’ requirements
Externalplayers and threats
Why EnerNOC? Industry-proved energy management solutions and current market leader in demand response (4.5 GW). Leverage existing contracts with more than 100 utility companies across the US, UK, and Canada. State-of-the-art NOC facilities operating 24/7. 2009 Smart Grid Product of the Year.
Howbigistheopportunity? About 20B isrecoverableviaenergysavingsyearly… on top of chip sales Total capacity 250B Worldwide investment Capacityused 1% of the time Averagedemand Source: EnerNOCannualreport 2009
Implementation: Goals and Timeline
The market today In the U.S., of the 85% of people who use a cell phone, 17% use their cell phone to look up medical information There is no interoperability. Market is fragmented 10% of GDP of most developed countries Health care is one of the world's largest and fastest-growing industries
Our vision for the future Ecosystem of interconnected devices and databases that provide real time information to patients, health care providers, governments and insurance companies Scalable model that is available to developed and marginalized communities alike
Our vision for 2015
Our vision for 2015
Partners HL7 - non profit organizationinvolved in the development of international healthcare informatics interoperability standards mHealth- advances mHealth through policy research, advocacy, and support for the development of interoperable solutions and sustainable deployment models National I – Leading producer of virtual instrumentation
Conclusion New revenue streams Make Ericsson a game changer in the evolution of these two sectors Communication is a basic human need