How Cisco and Our Partners
Will Profit from the Internet of Everything
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The Internet...
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IoE in Connected
Manufacturing
Sujeet Chand, CTO,
Rockwell Automation
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Smart+Connected Buildings:
Pennzoil Place, Houston
Stephen Lurie, Reg. Director, Zones
Roger Vasquez, Dir. Engineering,...
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Business Transformation: Transwestern
C...
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Transwestern: How Cisco Delivered Busin...
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Lower annual energy
costs by
21%network-connected
building points
100,000+
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Pennzoil Place Summary
LEED Gold
 Went...
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AGT & Cisco
Revolutionize Urban Management
Traffic Incident Management for Tashkent
Wayne Hull, VP Global Partners, AGT...
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• Transforms how cities and infrastruct...
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Speeding,
illegal parking,
running red
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Collect Fuse
Predict
Analyze Visualize
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Red Light
Violation
Traffic Light
Magne...
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Violation
Traffic Light
Magne...
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Traffic Agencies
• Increased visibility...
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Connected Mining at
Dundee Precious Metals
Yasmin Jivraj, President, Acrodex
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Mark Gelsomini, Global Corporate Manage...
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• New environment was
required to achie...
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Imagining Beyond
Safety
Boot
Employee S...
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Collaborating Beyond
Pattern based
pred...
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Question and Answer
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Thank you.
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Backup
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Enabling the Workforce for the Next Ind...
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As much as $19 trillion in economic value will be up for grabs over the next decade for businesses and institutions that successfully take advantage of the Internet of Everything: $1,033 Billion in Energy/Utilities, $424 Billion in Transportation, and $3,503 Billion in Manufacturing.

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  • IT EnterpriseVARs. Companies like A, B and CCisco /IT KnowledgeIT Buying Center RelationshipsTelecom Service Providers. Companies like M, N, O Large Scale Delivery and Billing PlatformsCloud or Premise ModelsVertical Systems and Technology Companies. Companies like X, Y and ZVertical SW & Systems CapabilityOT Buyer Relationships
  • Solution Programs and Delivery ModelsEnablement and CertificationsRe-Train existing workforce in Manufacturing, Utilities on IP NetworkingRequired skills for productivity gainsThousands of plant engineersNew Talent needed to help scale IoT220,000 new engineers needed every year Cisco Networking Academy, University Programs helping train the next-generation IoT engineersVertical Sales overlay, Services, MarketingNew Products
  • Rapid Adoption rate of digital infrastructure: 5 times faster that any other previous infrastructures such as electricity, telephone etc.
  • So, why did we go down this path?One of the things that has happened is that the IT work used to be very fragmented in it’s connectivity, you used to have: Ethernet token ring FDDI ATM all of those different types of physical connection options. Over the past two decades we have seen a great standardization and convergence towards Ethernet, wifi and IPBut when we look at the industrial side, you’ve got:zigbee z-waveusb LTEwimax all of these different types of physical or logical transportsAnd we know those are going to exist for a long time to come.Because they are not all solving for the exact same problem So people want a lot of diversity of interfaces to be able to connect these gateways. They want to be able to talk to sensors over a wide range of options. So they show up with a module…an interface….I’ve got a nice wihart this, or a zigbee that and the challenge that presents in terms of how do we backhaul that traffic is that ….now you have a dongle that you want to plug into my router.I have to write a device driver in IOS…that is going to take us nine months. IOS is a monolithic operating system and we have to write it, test it, regression test it, integrate it into a release…which is not very agile or very nimble. This means we are going to be at this for YEARS trying to connect all of these different devices. IOX allows these companies to come with their dongle, they often already have a linux driver, they can simply recompile and test deliver that driver in the IOX environment in a number of hours. Effectively what they have done is extended our routers which has A set of functionality with additional functionality. This is not just for IO, given that we have a full linux environment there you could deploy any kind of linux application. The IOX framework is essentially covering the fact that we are running IOS and linux running side by side and adding these two additional components That allow you to choose the applications, efficiently deploy them to the routerThen once the applications are running you may want to start them, stop them, update them, etc. so there is management capabilities as well. All of this is covered under this software framework we call IOX. ***********************************************************************New application enabled environment enabled across our lines of IOT routers, switches, access points, servers, and camerasBuilt with Industry standard operating systems support complimenting several decades of Cisco’s investment in the award winning Internetworking Operating System (IOS)Allows customers and partners to bring their own application to the infrastructure level with a high degree of distributionAllows for Cisco value adds to IOS built in a dynamic environment to address the rapidly evolving and diverse IOT interface requirementsIOx SDK provides applications with the ability to get deeper into data as it travels through the networkComplete architecture including compute and storage resources along with application hosting and management
  • And our case study here is Transwestern, a property management company in Houston, Texas. In a competitive commercial real estate market, Transwestern was looking for ways to differentiate its rivals, by providing value-added services to tenants and increasing revenues along the way. In Houston’s iconic Pennzoil building, Transwestern installed some 95,000 sensors throughout the building on a Cisco network to track energy usage. By applying analytics applications, the company was able to track energy usage and help tenants lower their energy bills. Transwestern also armed their building managers and other facilities employees with mobile devices to improve collaboration and service to tenants. On the back of this initiative, Transwestern was able cut costs by 21% in 2012.
  • And as you can see here, enabling business transformation in this way relies heavily on the network. With all these connections, Cisco played a huge role, delivering all the products you see here, along with SMARTnet services.
  • Ultimately, Cisco has helped Transwestern evolve its business from being a property manager to being a solution provider.Connection type:M2M: 95,000 sensors and devices connected to Cisco network, including fire alarms, wireless access points, video surveillance cameras, temperature sensors, HVAC M2P: Data from sensors and devices monitored by building managers with mobile devices Energy consumption analyzed in real-time to increase efficiency, optimize usageValue of connections:Cut energy costs 21% in 2012, another 11% in 2013Providing network connectivity with faster service, lower cost than local SPPlans to offer integrated UC, wireless, physical securityImproved tenant experience by responding to requests in real time and providing innovative services
  • Transwestern and Metropolis Investment Holdings transformed historic Pennzoil Place by unlocking intelligence from more than 95,000(Click) network-connected devices that control the building’s energy systems, video surveillance, physical access control, unified communications, and digital signage. The results? They cut their annual energy costs by 21 percent. (Click)They also gave tenants a better experience by responding to service requests such as climate control, network services, and security in real time. Connecting people, process, data, and things is what enabled Barcelona and Transwestern to innovate fast. And take their share of the $19 trillion opportunity.
  • In 2014, AGT International and Cisco formed a Smart City Global Strategic Alliance that will deliver the promise of the Internet of Everything (IoE) through edge analytics and cloud technologies that dramatically change the way cities are managed and safeguarded.The combination of intelligent networking, virtualized computing and video management software from Cisco and smart city software platform, sensor gateway and analytics from AGT will provide cost-effective and efficient delivery of services that enhance the daily lives of citizens and improve urban services – from transportation and healthcare to utilities infrastructure and disaster preparedness and personal safety.Built around AGT’s state-of-the-art urban management platform, the solution applies multiple sensing and analytical technologies such as video and acoustic analytics, social media engagement, license plate recognition, facial recognition, mobile crowd sourcing, mobile applications for city civil workers, smart waste and other sources. Sharing a common platform, infrastructure and management allows agencies to be more efficient and cost-effective, especially when coping with decreasing budgets. These benefits can all be achieved in a decentralized city administration model, where agencies’ autonomy is maintained while sharing and reuse is maximized.The first solutions will be available mid-2014 and will initially focus on two key areas:A traffic management solution that will identify, respond to and resolve traffic incidents by providing real-time traffic situational awareness will support incident detection using live video feeds from incident zones, with video analytics, in-pavement wireless magnetic sensors, license plate readers, social media and advanced traffic modeling prediction and alternative strategy formulation. The system supports video feed sharing across different agencies and provides analytics of incident trends over time. This solution addresses a global problem; traffic congestion costs $121 billion a year in wasted time and fuel in the U.S. alone, according to the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. An urban safety solution that enables cities to predict, prepare for, respond to and mitigate operational and safety incidents by identifying suspicious activities more quickly. Incidents will be managed through software that utilizes a variety of sensors, city data, and visual and social media feeds. The solution will apply analytics to automate and visualize the situation and recommend the appropriate response. Future solutions to be developed and launched will address city and country critical infrastructure, such as airports, railway stations and stadiums.Will develop joint solutions focused on the management and security of cities and pursue joint sales opportunities in cities across the globe.Joint solutions will pair AGT’s urban management software with advanced analytics and Cisco’s intelligent network infrastructure.AGT assets including but not limited to UrbanShield software platform with advanced analytics, system integration capabilities, and domain expertise embedded in solution concept-of-operations (CONOPS) .Cisco assets including but not limited to network, VMS, servers, cameras, data in motion, and network design services. Initial solutions: urban safety and traffic incident management. Future solutions to include critical infrastructure and mega events.On-premise to start but cloud-ready and will evolve to a SaaS model.
  • Our data-gathering network collects information from many sources, including various sensors, such as video surveillance cameras, access control devices, license plate reader (LPR) and facial-recognition cameras; databases; and open data sources, including the web and social networks. Based on an open platform, we can integrate with almost any type of sensor, barrier or third-party software.The collected data is then processed and visualized by our advanced analytics into a comprehensive, constantly updated picture of the environment - a Unified Situational Awareness Picture (USAP). Our analytics automatically identify and alert on user-defined abnormal behaviors, events and patterns, and notify operators of potential threats and incidents in real time.When an incident occurs, pre-determined procedures and recommendations come up automatically on operators’ screens to guide them quickly through the process.  By acting on the information in real time, operators can potentially prevent incidents, but definitely accelerate their response time and make better-informed decisions.Wealso have sophisticated modeling software that will, for example, predict water infrastructure failure or traffic flow as well as simulation software that can be used to train operators to better handle emergency situations.
  • Sensors (data generation)CLICK 2 - Data fusion (demonstrating multi-sensory integration) and shows sensors communicatingCLICK 3 -Data flow (data accumulates in one location) (data from sensors goes into cloud)Click 4 – Analytics (rules for when a sensor should send an alert)
  • Sensors (data generation)CLICK 2 - Data fusion (demonstrating multi-sensory integration) and shows sensors communicatingCLICK 3 -Data flow (data accumulates in one location) (data from sensors goes into cloud)Click 4 – Analytics (rules for when a sensor should send an alert)
  • IoE is not just about sensors being online or connected – it is much much moreIt is about application of multiple sensors, connecting infinite number of things and adding process and peopleThe next evolutionEmployee Safety, monitoring the miner’s heart rate, heart rate variability, breathing rate, activity level and core body temperature for proactive emergency response. Running shoe that can upload to a website the time, distance, speed and calories burned during an activity and then tracking progress over time.Track an employee’s safety boot that can upload to a website the time, distance, speed and calories burned during an activity and then tracking progress over time.Introduce environmental monitoring: detecting temperature, humidity, carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) gas concentrations within the mines for early detention for both safety and regulatory reasons.Remember … IoE is not only about sensors being online or connected it is about application of multiple sensors. It is about the connectivity of infimite number of things, infinite number of data and the infinite possibilities for interpretation of the data.
  • IoE is not just about sensors being online or connected – it is much much moreIt is about application of multiple sensors, connecting infinite number of things and adding process and peopleThe next evolutionEmployee Safety, monitoring the miner’s heart rate, heart rate variability, breathing rate, activity level and core body temperature for proactive emergency response. Running shoe that can upload to a website the time, distance, speed and calories burned during an activity and then tracking progress over time.Track an employee’s safety boot that can upload to a website the time, distance, speed and calories burned during an activity and then tracking progress over time.Introduce environmental monitoring: detecting temperature, humidity, carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) gas concentrations within the mines for early detention for both safety and regulatory reasons.Remember … IoE is not only about sensors being online or connected it is about application of multiple sensors. It is about the connectivity of infimite number of things, infinite number of data and the infinite possibilities for interpretation of the data.
  • With 50 Billion Devices to be connected by 2020 industries are reinventing themselves with network at the center of this disruption. Automation, Manufacturing, Energy and other industries are transitioning to Internet Protocol (IP) causing an increase in IP traffic to 20 times by 2017. The Devices, IP traffic are growing at a faster pace than the talent required to deploy them and this is causing a skill gap in the industry. World Bank Studies estimates that over the next ten years there will be two million unfilled ICT-related jobs globally. To Connect the Unconnected it is estimated that 220,000 new engineers are required every year from 2014-2022. Breakdown of Industries and Geographies:
  • Organizations are starting to understand the potential value presented by the market transition to the Internet of Everything. The possibilities unleashed by connecting new things, unlocking new sources of data, combining those with people collaborating or undertaking new tasks, and innovating new or optimizing existing processes are immense. The potential value at stake across private industries alone is estimated to exceed $14.4 trillion by 2022.
  • Monetizing the Internet of Everything

    1. 1. How Cisco and Our Partners Will Profit from the Internet of Everything Steve Steinhilber, VP Industry Solutions Group Partner Ecosystems Guido Jouret, VP and GM, Internet of Things Group March 26, 2014
    2. 2. Cisco Confidential 3© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. “As much as $19 trillion in economic value will be up for grabs over the next decade for businesses and institutions that successfully take advantage of the Internet of Everything.” $1,033 Billion in Energy/Utilities $424 Billion in Transportation $3,503 Billion in Manufacturing
    3. 3. Cisco Confidential 4© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Our IoE Partner Ecosystem Will Expand “Vertically” Traditional Telecom Service Providers Traditional IT Enterprise VARs New Vertical Systems and Technology Companies
    4. 4. Cisco Confidential 5© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 5© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. The Enhanced Partner Ecosystem is Supported with new Programs, Solutions and Products Traditional Telecom Service Providers Traditional IT Enterprise VARs New Vertical Systems and Technology Companies Ecosystem Partners
    5. 5. Cisco Confidential 6© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. The Enhanced Partner Ecosystem is Supported with new Programs, Solutions and Products Solution Programs, Delivery Models Vertical Sales Services Marketing New Products Enablement, Certifications Ecosystem Partners
    6. 6. Cisco Confidential 7© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. The Internet of Things The Internet of Things (IoT) consists of networks of sensors attached to objects and communication devices, providing data that can be analyzed and used to initiate automated actions. PEOPLE DATA PROCESS THIS IS THE INTERNET OF EVERYTHING THINGS THIS IS THE INTERNET OF THINGS
    7. 7. Cisco Confidential 8© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 7.26.8 7.6 World Population The Internet of Things is Already Here Rapid Adoption rate of digital infrastructure: 5X faster than electricity and telephony 50Billion “Smart Objects” 50 2010 2015 2020 0 40 30 20 10 Billionsofdevices 25 12.5 Inflection point Timeline Source: Cisco Consulting Services, 2011
    8. 8. Cisco Confidential 9© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Internet of Things Portfolio – What to Sell Healthcare Energy -Utility Education / Campus Public Safety Transportation Smart City Defense Retail IoT Wireless 1550 Series Ruggedized Wireless AP Plant Routing Connected Grid Router 2000 Series Embedded 5900 Series Embedded Service Router 2020 Embedded Service Switch Field and Mobile Routing 819 Connected Grid Router 1000 Series Network and Device Management Network Management System Security 819 based FW Sourcefire / ASA Plant Switching Industrial Ethernet and Connected Grid Switches Connected Safety and Security Video Surveillance Manager, IPICS, IP Cameras
    9. 9. Cisco Confidential 10© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco IOx Enables Applications At The Network Edge IOx Hardened Edge Platforms: Embedded Storage and Compute IOS Linux Distributed Applications IOx SDK Application Management Application Store
    10. 10. Cisco Confidential 11© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Monetizing the Internet of Everything Roundtable How partners can now seize the opportunity Steve Steinhilber Vice President Industry Solutions Group/Ecosystems Guido Jouret Vice President and General Manager IoT Business Group Stephen Lurie Reg. Dir. Sujeet Chand SVP and CTO Wayne Hull VP of Alliances Yasmin Jivral President Roger Vasquez Dir. Engineering
    11. 11. 12 IoE in Connected Manufacturing Sujeet Chand, CTO, Rockwell Automation
    12. 12. Cisco Confidential 13© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    13. 13. Cisco Confidential 14© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Mike Williams, Director of Engineering, King’s Hawaiian Connected Enterprise Enabler: Common Secure Ethernet Infrastructure One Common Environment Enterprise Infrastructure Automation Infrastructure INDUSTRY STANDARD ETHERNET INFRASTRUCTURE
    14. 14. Cisco Confidential 15© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    15. 15. 16 Smart+Connected Buildings: Pennzoil Place, Houston Stephen Lurie, Reg. Director, Zones Roger Vasquez, Dir. Engineering, Transwestern
    16. 16. Cisco Confidential 17© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Business Transformation: Transwestern Challenge • Transform building management to attract tenants in competitive market • Reduce energy and operations costs Solution • Sensors connect all 100,000+ building points and systems with Cisco network • Data analytics track energy usage for all 95,000 sensors in real time • Collaboration through mobile devices IoE M2M (IoT) P2P (Collaboration) M2P (Data and Analytics)
    17. 17. Cisco Confidential 18© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Transwestern: How Cisco Delivered Business Transformation IoE M2M (IoT) P2P (Collaboration) M2P (Data and Analytics) Cisco Products and Services • Routing & Switching: Catalyst 2960 Switches, 3825 ISRs • Wireless: Cisco Aironet Wireless Access Points, Cisco Wireless Control System • UC and Collaboration: Cisco Business Edition 6000, Cisco Jabber, Cisco Unity Connection, Cisco Unified IP Phones 7945, Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phones 7925G, Cisco TelePresence EX-90, Cisco TelePresence Video Communication System (VCS) Expressway • Safety & Security: Cisco Video Surveillance Manager and Analog Encoder Card, Cisco Physical Access Control Manager • Data Center: Cisco UCS C220 M3 Rack Servers • Services: Design, implementation, and Cisco SMARTnet support + +
    18. 18. Cisco Confidential 19© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Transwestern: From Property Manager to Solution Provider • 100k+ sensors and devices connected to Cisco network, including fire alarms, wireless access points, video surveillance cameras, temperature sensors, HVAC • Data from sensors and devices monitored by building managers with mobile devices • Energy consumption analyzed in real time to increase efficiency, optimize usage • Mobile employees work with tenants and respond to service request in real time via mobile devices Connection Type Value of Combined Connections • Cut energy costs 21% in 2012, another 11% in 2013 • Plans to offer integrated UC, wireless, safety & security services • Providing network connectivity to tenants + +
    19. 19. Lower annual energy costs by 21%network-connected building points 100,000+
    20. 20. Cisco Confidential 21© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Pennzoil Place Summary LEED Gold  Went from Energy Star score of 65 to 87 currently Restroom Fixture Replacement  30% reduction in water consumption Building Lighting Retrofit  2.6 year payback and $178k rebate Chiller Replacement  7 year payback and $650k rebate Cooling Tower Rebuild  40% efficiency increase and extended useful life Fiber Optic Backbone  2 year payback, expandable design, and new revenue potential Building Automation System (BAS)  4 year payback Demand Response  Additional revenue through participation and 1 month payback Domestic Water System  24/7 reliability and 50% more efficient Boiler Project  Estimated energy efficiency increase 25% vs. old boilers
    21. 21. 22 AGT & Cisco Revolutionize Urban Management Traffic Incident Management for Tashkent Wayne Hull, VP Global Partners, AGT International
    22. 22. Cisco Confidential 23© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. • Transforms how cities and infrastructure are managed and secured • Enhances the daily lives of citizens through improved urban services • Connects people, processes, data, things and social networks • Unlocks the potential of the nations, cities and citizens • Based on AGT’s software and analytics and end-to-end Cisco architecture Revolutionizing Urban Management Bringing the Internet of Everything (IoE) to Life
    23. 23. Cisco Confidential 24© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Speeding, illegal parking, running red lights, ignoring stop signs High level of traffic violations Illegal crossing, erratic driving behavior Pedestrian safety Commuter frustration, wa sted time and fuel, unnecess ary emissions Congestion Stressful and exhausting Poor commuting experience Tashkent – Improved Citizen Commuting and Traffic Operations
    24. 24. Cisco Confidential 25© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Collect Fuse Predict Analyze Visualize Simulate AlertRecommend Share using advanced application capabilities
    25. 25. Cisco Confidential 26© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Red Light Violation Traffic Light Magnetic Loops Speed Detector PTZ Camera Traffic Light Fixed Camera Traffic Light Traffic Light Electricity Cabinet Help Point LPR Camera Fixed Camera Monetizing the IoE opportunity
    26. 26. Cisco Confidential 27© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Red Light Violation Traffic Light Magnetic Loops Speed Detector PTZ Camera Traffic Light Fixed Camera Traffic Light Traffic Light Electricity Cabinet Help Point LPR Camera Fixed Camera Monetizing the IoE opportunity Cisco Architecture Opportunity for an Ecosystem of Partners : Sensors + Application + Information + Technology + Services
    27. 27. Cisco Confidential 28© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Traffic Agencies • Increased visibility into traffic conditions • More effective traffic management & enhanced emergency response • Better-informed operational decision making • Quicker incident response Cities • More efficient use of budget • Improved road safety • Smoother traffic flow • Increased attractiveness Tashkent Solution Benefits Urban Citizens • Better commuting experience • Reduced travel time • Active participation in city traffic improvement • Safer environment for pedestrians
    28. 28. 29 Connected Mining at Dundee Precious Metals Yasmin Jivraj, President, Acrodex
    29. 29. Cisco Confidential 30© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Mark Gelsomini, Global Corporate Manager of IT, Dundee Precious Metals Mining at Dundee Precious Metals Project „Take the Lid Off‟ • Widely distributed workforce: • Operations in Bulgaria and Armenia; • Interests in Namibia, Serbia, S. Africa • Operating out of Canada • Lack of business agility by not having up-to-date technologies • Transition from reactive to real-time communications across workplace, including mining operations itself • Transformational Initiative: not just an IT project
    30. 30. Cisco Confidential 31© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. • New environment was required to achieve better system utilization, management and flexibility • Enable people to communicate and collaborate across diverse geographic environment • In real-time with centralized administration • Enabled high QoS, wired, wireless, VoIP and IP within secured environment • Cisco Wireless AP‟s connect users across time zones, cultural divides, physical locales • At depths of 450m (1500ft) Virtualized and Cloud Enabled Productive workforce tools Cisco Wireless Architecture Dundee‟s IT Infrastructure
    31. 31. Cisco Confidential 32© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Imagining Beyond Safety Boot Employee Safety Environmental Monitoring
    32. 32. Cisco Confidential 33© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Collaborating Beyond Pattern based predictive analysis to improve equipment performance Mobile Equipment
    33. 33. 34 Question and Answer
    34. 34. Cisco Confidential 35© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Monetizing the Internet of Everything Roundtable How partners can now seize the opportunity Steve Steinhilber Vice President Industry Solutions Group/Ecosystems Guido Jouret Vice President and General Manager IoT Business Group Stephen Lurie Reg. Dir. Sujeet Chand SVP and CTO Wayne Hull VP of Alliances Yasmin Jivral President Roger Vasquez Dir. Engineering
    35. 35. Thank you.
    36. 36. 37 Backup
    37. 37. Cisco Confidential 38© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Enabling the Workforce for the Next Industrial Revolution - IoT © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Talent and Skills • Re-Train Existing Workforce in Manufacturing, Utilities on IP Networking • Required Skills for Productivity Gains • Thousands of Plant Engineers • New Talent needed to help Scale IoT • 220,000 new Engineers needed every year • Cisco Networking Academy, University Programs helping train the next generation IoT Engineers Cisco Industrial Networking Specialist Curriculum
    38. 38. Cisco Confidential 39© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet of Everything Opportunity Opportunity Internet of Everything IoTCloud Big Data Social and Collaboration Mobile Computing $3.3T in better asset utilization and cost reduction $4.3T in employee productivity $1.5T in Defense effectiveness $2.7T in supply chain and logistics efficiency $4.1T in better customer and citizen experience $3.1T in innovations / new business models revenue $19.0 trillion in value Public sector $4.6T Private sector 14.4T Over the next 10 years (2013- 2022), the Internet of Everything will enable new productivity, improved experiences for customers and citizens, profits and cost savings with: Time

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