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  1. 1. IC the Future!IC the Future! Frost & Sullivan’s Virtual Thought Leadership Panel onFrost & Sullivan’s Virtual Thought Leadership Panel on Internet of EverythingInternet of Everything Measurement & InstrumentationMeasurement & Instrumentation March 20, 2014 © 2012 Frost & Sullivan. All rights reserved. This document contains highly confidential information and is the sole property of Frost & Sullivan. No part of it may be circulated, quoted, copied or otherwise reproduced without the written approval of Frost & Sullivan.
  2. 2. Moderator’s Profile • 12 years of expertise in semiconductor and wireless industry. • Special expertise in business and product strategy, positioning, consulting and market analysis. • Heads a team of global analysts that conduct both syndicated and custom Aravind Seshagiri, Program Manager, 2 conduct both syndicated and custom research on various segments of the semiconductor industry. • Some of the application that are on focus in the semiconductor group including automotive, healthcare, consumer electronics, aerospace, defense, industrial, wired and wireless communication Measurement & Instrumentation Frost & Sullivan Follow me on: (Connect with social media) @asesh1974
  3. 3. Key Take Away’s from the previous edition Security is non-negotiable. ARM is concerned about fragmentation of standards and compromise on privacy. Performance, power efficiency and the flexibility to reconfigure on the go are they key needs for next gen processors. Bob Doud, Director of Marketing Ian Ferguson, Vice President Segment Marketing 3 Privacy a pressing issue rather than actual information overload because they are going to be small bits of data in high volume. Ensuring frictionless authentication for consumers with maximum security and privacy is the need of the hour. John Peeters, Founder, President and CEO Mathew Silverstone, Founder and CEO
  4. 4. Luke Schreier, Senior Manager, Automated Test Product Marketing Luke Schreier is the senior group manager for automated test product marketing at National Instruments (NI). He joined NI in 2001 as an applications engineer before transitioning to product management in 2003. His focus areas in marketing have included switching, precision DC, signal connectivity, high-speed digital and mixed- signal test, and now the entire suite of PXI platform products and modular instruments. His current focus is on product strategy and lead-user activities for next-generation modular instruments and PXI platform products as well as participation in regional advisory councils and cross-industry test leadership activities. He holds a bachelor’s Panelists’ Profile 4 advisory councils and cross-industry test leadership activities. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Since 1976, National Instruments (www.ni.com) has equipped engineers and scientists with tools that accelerate productivity, innovation and discovery. NI’s graphical system design approach to engineering provides an integrated software and hardware platform that speeds the development of any system needing measurement and control. The company’s long-term vision and focus on improving society through its technology supports the success of its customers, employees, suppliers and shareholders.
  5. 5. Giedrius Svencionis, Director of Business Development Giedrius Svencionis leads Millennial Net's business development and marketing team, to commercialize and promote our wireless sensor network technologies and energy management applications. He is responsible for product and solution offerings to businesses in major industry verticals, and for developing third-party relationships with OEMs, VARs and cooperative partners. He also leads the energy management initiative for Millennial Net, retrofitting existing commercial, industrial and public buildings of 10,000 square feet or more with energy savings solutions. Giedrius has extensive experience in marketing, product management and strategic partnerships. He leverages more than 15 years experience Panelists’ Profile 5 management and strategic partnerships. He leverages more than 15 years experience in technology and services sales and marketing. Giedrius graduated from Boston College CSOM MBA program and holds an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Champlain College. Millennial Net is a leading worldwide provider of commercial and industrial wireless networking systems and products for the energy management and automation markets. The company's advanced products and services can help customers save time and costs through wireless remote monitoring and management of critical devices. Millennial Net’s patented ad hoc, self-organizing wireless mesh networking MeshScape® system leads the industry in power efficiency, support for dynamic systems and mobile sensors, reliability, and scalability. Millennial Net also leads the industry in real-world deployments with networks installed across commercial building and industrial environments. Millennial Net is headquartered in Chelmsford, MA.
  6. 6. Brandon Dewberry ,CTO Brandon Dewberry is responsible for research and new product innovation targeted at solving valuable market problems. He has over 26 years experience in advanced sensors and has spent the past 14 years applying UWB RF technology to complex ranging, communications, radar, and fused sensor systems. He has authored and co- authored numerous publications and patents on UWB active and passive localization. Mr. Dewberry previously served as Principal Systems Engineer and Radio Baseband Logic Designer for Time Domain Corporation. Prior to joining Time Domain he developed space-borne instrumentation and control electronics at NASA’s Marshall Panelists’ Profile 6 developed space-borne instrumentation and control electronics at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. He holds a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville with an emphasis in Control Systems and Digital Signal Processing, and a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Auburn University. Time Domain, located in Huntsville, Alabama, is the world leader in Ultra Wideband (UWB) product development. Its PulsON technologies allow product developers and researchers to utilize pulsed- UWB for ranging, communications, and/or radar. The PulsON ranging radio provides peer-to-peer distance in high multipath for vehicle automation, cooperation, and safety. The PulsON radar enables collision avoidance and unique security and monitoring applications.
  7. 7. Dr. Sandeep Gulati, CTO & VP, Product Development Dr. Gulati heads product development for ViaLogy plc, and its US spin-out. He invented Quantum Resonance Interferometry ("QRI®") to detect ultra-weak signals. Recently he has been commercializing QuantumRD® for oil & gas reservoir discovery, well placement, and optimal frac design and enhanced oil recovery. He also developed Sensor Policy Manager® for large scale network-centric integration of sensors over converged IP networks for applications in public safety, security and surveillance. Previously, he headed Ultracomputing Technologies at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, CA. During his 12 years at JPL, he led computational advances in spacecraft autonomy, autonomous diagnostics and prognostics, command decision modeling and Panelists’ Profile 7 autonomy, autonomous diagnostics and prognostics, command decision modeling and intelligence analysis. He was a Principal Scientist on a number of large programs of national relevance for NASA and US DOD. He has worked extensively with the financial services, entertainment, healthcare and aerospace firms. Dr. Gulati has 22 issued US patents and over 100 publications in archival journals and conference proceedings. ViaLogy provides reservoir characterization, geophysical imaging and hydrocarbon sizing services to global oil and gas customers based on proprietary, patented active signal processing technology. ViaLogy's QuantumRD platform assists clients in de-risking prospects over a broad range of subsurface lithologies and complex stratigraphies to generate drilling targets, position offsets and enhance recovery. ViaLogy's core technology rapidly and accurately detects weak signals buried in high noise background and clutter, and is applicable to active/passive seismic, electromagnetic and magneto telluric data. ViaLogy is able to amplify subtle noise variations to enhance areal and depth resolution in complex lithologies that are not achievable through conventional means.
  8. 8. Focus Points of IC (Industry Convergence) the Future 1. What are challenges that needs to be addressed to capitalize on the opportunity landscape in the Internet of Everything? 2. What kind of industry convergence are we likely to witness to achieve IoE implementation? 3. Identifying opportunities and key initiatives from the market participants. 8 3. Identifying opportunities and key initiatives from the market participants. 4. Insights on end-users preference: What are the standards and how are they restraining or driving the adoption of IoE? 5. How far is the opportunity? 2016 or 2022?
  9. 9. Connected City Communication Telepresence, unified messaging, remote desktop access, virtual private Governance E-services, E-Administration, E-Security Banking Mobile Payments, Kiosk service, Online Banking, Online Stock Trading Transportation Passenger car telematics, smart mobility cards, mobility apps Education Digital classroom, Remote education service, Digital library Connected Living describes a world in which consumers use many different devices to experience compelling new services that integrate video, voice, and data services to provide access and ubiquitous connectivity anytime and anywhere. Connected living - Future will see seamless integration of City, Workplace, and Home Infrastructure 9 Connected Home Connected Work Home Automation HVAC Controls, Lighting Control Systems, Security Controls, Entertainment Controls (Audio/Video Switchers and Processors) Home Energy Metering systems (built-in or to take input from external smart meters), Energy display systems Home Entertainment Video streaming, Multi-functional Smart Devices, New Media Value-added Services Home Health Remote monitoring and control, Symptom checks through sensors and surveillance; Remote deliver of advice; Telemedicine Communication Telepresence, unified messaging, remote desktop access, virtual private network, audio, video and web-conferencing tools Mobility Mobile email, enterprise mobile apps, people locator, human resource apps, bring your own device Collaboration Web-based project collaboration tools, cloud-based file sharing services, desktop sharing, enterprise social media
  10. 10. System development & maintenance Enablers Data generation & Processing Modules and component providers Device Vendors Network Providers Platform providers Systems Integrators 1 2 3 4 5 Internet of Everything, Value Chain Participants and Process, Global, 2013 Internet of Everything- Value Chain of Smart Solutions Extremely fragmented value-chain with no clear “one-stop-shop” solution provider offering end-to- end solutions. 10 Internet of Everything Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. • Semiconductor modules • Sensors • Electronic components • Mobile device • Appliance • Utility • Cars • Healthcare devices • Applications • Software • Enabling technologies • Storage Infrastructure • Interfaces • Back-end • Value-added services • Network • M2M • Wireless • Analytics
  11. 11. Wearable Devices Media and Entertainment Personal Health & Wellness Devices Smart Living Connected Accessories - PC Watches Bluetooth Shirts Smart Holographic TVs 3D Immersive Sports Accessories – Digital Helmets Mobile Health - Smart Thermostats (Nest) File Sharing App: Dropbox Business Productivity App: Roambi Analytics Mobile window display of a connected worker Future of consumer devices Trends in the Internet of Everything – an example 11 Bluetooth Shirts Android Powered Ovens Smart Washing Machines 3D Immersive Theatre Mobile Health - Hand Bands Augmented Reality Contact Lens Flexible Media Devices Wireless embedded medical sensors Social Networking: Bizzabo Business Travel Apps: Triplt Source: Frost & Sullivan Analysis
  12. 12. Basic Sensing Mechanism + Two Way Data Transmission Basic Sensing Mechanism + Two Way Data Transmission + Intelligent Analytics Evolution of Sensory Tracking Technology 3D Gesture Recognition Mobile Facial Recognition Interactive Voice Voice Search Computational Speech Understanding Eye-based Data Analytics Pay-by-face Billing Touch and Feel Voice-controlled Interface Fully Automated Tracking and 3D Face (Shoogles- Interactive Fabrics) (Voice-Activated Dialing) (Google 411 Voice Search) Trends in the Internet of Everything – an example 12 Eye Face Voice Touch Gesture 1990 2000 2010 2020 Basic Sensing Mechanism Basic Sensing Mechanism + One Way Data Transmission Transmission Real Time Image Processing Gesture- controlled Gaming 2D Gesture Recognition Interactive Voice Response Entertainment-based Tracking Optholmography Industrial Machine Interface Resistive Touchscreen Capacitive Touchscreen Semi-automated Facial Tracking Tracking and 3D Face Scanning Eye-controlled Computer Interface (Camera that tracks eye movements) (Eye-controlled Computer Board Games) Source: Frost & Sullivan Analysis
  13. 13. Total Sensors Market: Percent Revenue by Sensor Type, Global, 2013 Total Sensors Market: Product Development and End-user Growth Opportunities, Global, 2012–2016 Global Sensor Outlook - Trends 13
  14. 14. Total Sensors Market: Percent Revenue by Vertical Markets, Global, 2013 Total Sensors Market: Key Organic Growth Areas, Global, 2012–2016 Global Sensor Outlook - Trends 14
  15. 15. Question 1 • With trillions of data packets transmitted and received at the same time, what are the key concerns on maintaining data integrity and security? • Any new approach evolving keeping data packet losses in mind to ensure ZERO losses in transit? 15
  16. 16. Question 2 • With increase in data packet sizes and speed of data transmission, the current wireless sensor networks may not be able to take up the load and need to be either upgraded or changed. • Do you see a new communication standard emerging to address this and how do the communication test companies 16 address this and how do the communication test companies see this as an opportunity that you can tap into?
  17. 17. Question 3 • What fundamental differences exist between consumer and industrial applications of the IoT? • And how would a communications test company benefit out of this differentiation? 17
  18. 18. Question 4 • Most of the data generated are likely to be based on sensors attached to the devices. • What are the new types of sensors that are likely to emerge in light of IoE? 18
  19. 19. Question 5 • Experts stress that there are two ways for companies to realize value from the IoE: by “connecting the unconnected”; and by wresting market share from other firms that are less able to transform and capitalize on the IoE market. • What are your thoughts on challenges that existing 19 • What are your thoughts on challenges that existing companies will have to address to grow in this market?
  20. 20. Question 6 • With rapid migration to mobile platform, increasing reliance on cloud connectivity - all aiding the growth of IoE - what kind of demands are likely to emanate for sensor manufacturers? 20
  21. 21. Question 7 • In addition to sensing and data aggregation from the IoE, how much are we starting to see autonomous control or closed-loop feedback with connected devices? 21
  22. 22. Connectivity and Convergence: By 2020, there will be 80 billion connected devices worldwide Worldwide, 10 connected devices for every household by 2020 Globally, 5 connected devices for every user by 2020 22 Source: Frost & SullivanImage Source: Dreamstime. 5 billion Internet users by 2020 500 devices with unique digital IDs (creating the Internet of Things) per square kilometer by 2020
  23. 23. Key take-away from today’s discussion. 23 Key take-away from today’s discussion.
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