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Just-in-Time knowledge - easy access to knowledge using the web - presentation to Institution of Civil Engineers Learned Societies Forum, London, 11 June 2013

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  • All familiar with these? Who has a profile on Facebook? Who uses Facebook for business? Who uses on LinkedIn? Who uses Twitter? Company or individual use
  • Quick overview of this presentation.
  • Could also say the same about email, perhaps?
  • Hundreds of applications, in lots of categories 24 categories in Brian Solis’s’ Conversation prism
  • Remit Consulting pares number of categories down from 24 to 12
  • US survey (BtoB/ANA) : Facebook is the most-used social media site overall (74%), and enjoys high use among b-to-b marketers (60%).
  • US survey (BtoB/ANA) : 81% of b-to-b marketers cited LinkedIn, compared with just 25% of the b-to-c marketers.
  • All familiar with these? Who has a profile on Facebook? Who uses Facebook for business? Who uses on LinkedIn? Who uses Twitter? Company or individual use
  • Where a Zettabyte is 1024 Exabytes, an Exabyte is 1024 Petabytes and a Petabyte is 1024 Terabytes. A Zettabyte is therefore approximately 10 ^ 21 bytes. That's a data explosion of 44x in approximately 10 years.
  • What Joe does not point out is the shift from unstructured data to structured data. Presently, 90% of worldwide data is unstructured. However, almost all of the sources of new data which are causing the explosion are structured. (These include social networking, blogging, Twitter, and all of the Web 2.0 content, plus sources like e-readers, PDAs, smart phones, medical / dental digital imaging, online security, smart energy metering and the like.) The result is this graphic showing the relationship between structured and unstructured data going into the future:
  • Linking Open Data community project is to extend the Web with a data commons by publishing various open datasets as RDF on the Web and by setting RDF links between data items from different data sources. … By September 2011 this had grown to 31 billion RDF triples, interlinked by around 504 million RDF links.

Just-in-Time knowledge - easy access to knowledge using the web Just-in-Time knowledge - easy access to knowledge using the web Presentation Transcript

  • pwcom.co.ukICE Learned Society Forum – 11 June 2013Just-in-Time Knowledge:easy access to knowledgeusing the webPaul Wilkinson(pwcom.co.uk)
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  • 3• Who am I?• The web – from paper to electronic• Why does the web matter?• Big Data
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  • 51982 – first SMTP email standardthe first MIME email attachment was sent byNathaniel Borenstein on 11 March 1992On 30 April 1993, CERN announced that theWorld Wide Web would be free to anyone1997 – first release of Microsoft OutlookGoogle incorporated on 4 September 1998
  • 6SpecsDrawingsMinutesProgrammesCost plansetcEmailCourierPostFaxTraditional AEC collaboration (c. 1990s)
  • 7Online AEC collaboration (c. 2000s)
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  • 9video – mobile -telephones - ICQ -IM – email – EDMS -groupware – FTP –websites – texts -intranets – portalsvideo-conferences– extranets –web-conferences –file-sharing (P2P) –discussion forums –homepages – wikisVOIP - podcasts -blogs – Twitter –RSS – Facebook –web communities –Apps - RFID - tags –GPS – IoT – QRcodes - mashups –virtual worlds –Augmented reality– Web 3.0 – etcFace-to-faceHand drawingsPhysicalmodelsTelegraphPhotographyWritten wordMessengersPrintingTelephoneTelexFax Radio – TVcomputerstimenumberoftools
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  • 11(Source:Role of Social Media in Commercial PropertyRICS 2009 – Remit Consulting)
  • 12Why does the Web matter?Moreinteractivemass mediaDirect…real-time!
  • 13Why does the Web matter?• 1bn global users (Oct 2012; 800m = internet 2004)• 33m UK profiles• 64% of all UKpeople online• 53% of UKpopulation
  • 14Why does the Web matter?• In September 2012, UK LinkedInmembership passed 10 million• c. 1m UK people use LinkedIn daily
  • 15• UK = 4th largest Twitterpopulation• c. 32m Twitter accounts(53% population)• c. 11m active UK users• 7% of Tweeters =79% of UK Twitter traffic
  • 16Why does the Web matter?100mglobalusers(July 2011-Feb 2012)Now adding 750,000+ users per day
  • 17Why does the Web matter?• UK: almost 25m visits to video-sharing sites in March 2012• 19.8m unique UK visitors/month toYouTube (year to March 2012)
  • 18Why does the Web matter?• Worldwide:210m blogs(by 31 December 2012 - forecast)
  • 19Why does the Web matter?• 80+% UK homes now have broadbandinternet access
  • 20Why does the mobile Web matter?• c 40% of UK populationhave smartphones, 11%have tablets• Smartphone sales (100m) passedsales of laptops (94m) in Q4 2010Source: Techcrunch
  • 21Why does the mobile Web matter?• By 2015, mobile internet usewill overtake desktop access• “Personal cloud to eclipse PC in just twoyears” - Gartner
  • 22Wikipedia in numbersHow many Wikipedias? 285Global ranking on internet? 6thEstimated number of readers? 365mTotal pageviews per month? 12bnArticles in English edition 4.2mPageviews in USA per month? 2.8bnPageviews in UK per month? 632m
  • 23Why does Web matter?• Decline of traditional print circulation, eg:– Building 2011 : 15,474(down 38% from 25,017 in 2006)– Construction News 2011 : 12,423(down 48% from 23,728 in 2006)– Contract Journal – closed 2009• Shift from print to online– Paywalled websites, e-newsletterswebinars, digital editions, etc
  • 24Why does Web matter?• Construction News website:- 313,000 page views per month• Rise of new online media, eg:– The Construction Index –c. 314,000 visitors/mth2.3m page views/mth20,000 newsletter subscribers (website Jan 2013)– Construction Enquirer –c. 128,000 unique visitors/mth838,000 page views/mth25,000 newsletter subscribers (website Jan 2013)
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  • 26Changing AEC services,new opportunities
  • 27Total worldwide data2009 0.8 Zettabytes (10 ^21 bytes)2020 35 Zettabytes – a 44-fold increaseThe coming data explosionSource: Jeff Browning -OracleStorageGuy blog
  • 28Currently, 90% ofworldwide data isunstructured.Web 2.0 content,imaging, energydata, model data,etc, etc isstructured data.The coming data explosionSource: Jeff Browning -OracleStorageGuy blog
  • 29Linked dataRDF data that links to other RDF data on theweb is Linked data (Linked Open Data)
  • 30Linked data“... if the past was document sharing, thefuture is data sharing” (Tim Berners-Lee)1. A URL should point to the data.2. Anyone accessing URL should get databack.3. Relationships in the data should point toadditional URLs with data.
  • 31Q&AThank youContact: Paul WilkinsonWebsite: www.pwcom.co.ukTech blog: www.extranetevolution.comPR blog: www.blog.pwcom.co.ukEmail: paul.wilkinson@pwcom.co.ukTel: +44 (0)20 8858 1104mob: 07788 445920Twitter: @EEPaulhttp://www.google.com/profiles/paul.wilkinson19Getting Social