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The slides provide an overview on the Internet of Things trend for HorizonWatching Community members. Summary information about the Internet of Things trend is provided along with many links to......

The slides provide an overview on the Internet of Things trend for HorizonWatching Community members. Summary information about the Internet of Things trend is provided along with many links to additional resources. The slides are meant to be read/studied and the links are there for you to continue your learning. You may want to view the slides in slideshow mode so you can easily follow the links.

Other HorizonWatching Trend Reports are available here on Slideshare. Follow my blog at www.billchamberlin.com for more information on emerging trends and technologies.

Note: This presentation represents my thoughts and ideas….not those of my employer. - Bill Chamberlin,

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  • Thanks for the like, Laurent. Please check out the 2014 version of this report!
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  • I like to think of it as the Internet of All (IoA) as in ([people, places, and products or things) rather than the Internet of Things (IoT).
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  • The presumption is that the internet of things can only be connected via sensors or that sensors will be embedded in all products. This is the traditional M2M view of the world. There is another approach that uses standardised web protocols to connect products to the web, thereby making these products 'smart'. EVRYTHNG has pioneered this approach that can be applied to a broad range of product categories, including FMCG (CPG) and many other inanimate objects (e.g. apparel, white goods, etc). Just wait until the billions of products become smart and talking with their customers!
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  • 1. Contact: Bill Chamberlin, HorizonWatching Community LeaderJanuary 17, 2013Internet of ThingsA 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report
  • 2. HorizonWatching CommunityAbout This Trend Report  Purpose: The slides provide an overview on the Analytics trend for HorizonWatching Community members  Content: Summary information about the Analytics trend is provided along with many links to additional resources. The slides are meant to be read/studied and the links are there for you to continue your learning. You may want to view the slides in slideshow mode so you can easily follow the links  Other HorizonWatching Trend Reports: Are announced/discussed on the HorizonWatching blog and slide decks are posted on the Horizonwatching channel on Slideshare  HorizonWatching Community: For more on the HorizonWatching community please see the appendix Note: This presentation represents my thoughts and ideas….not those of my employer. - Bill Chamberlin, whchamb@gmail.com2 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 3. HorizonWatching Community Billions of devices, sensors, and chips that are able to communicate via the Internet makes up “The Internet of Things” “The Internet of Things refers to uniquely identifiable objects (things) and their virtual representations in an Internet-like structure.” – Wikipedia (link) “The Internet of Things is the network of physical objects that contain embedded technology to communicate and sense or interact with their internal states or the external environment.” – Gartner (link) “Internet-of-Things (IoT) provides the foundational infrastructure for a smarter planet, and offers significant growth opportunities in IT, infrastructures and services” – IBM (link)3 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 4. HorizonWatching CommunityTrends related to Internet of Things for 2013 1. Thank you IPv6!: Connectivity and Communications of IoT is enabled by IPv6, which is replacing IPv4. 2. It’s About Sensors: They are getting smaller, smarter, and cheaper….and there are billions of them. 3. Machine to Machine: Sensor and systems of sensors talking to each other and data centers via wireless communications 4. Like A Nervous System: IoT can enable an automated sense and respond system for any business process or application. 5. Big Data to get Bigger: All these „things‟ (sensors) will produce even more data than we have now, taxing our already complex enterprise Information Management systems. 6. IoT Analytics: Advanced analytics and dashboards will be needed to provide insights from all the „things‟. 7. Clouds that Scale: Some IoT systems and networks may have to scale quickly and autonomously. 8. CIOs Need to Prepare: CIO Leaders and Innovators will begin strategizing how to best make use of IoT for their organizations. 9. Education Needed: Expect increased demand for education and skills training related to Sensor Networks and what to do with the data collected. 10. Product Design: Consumers and Customers will increasingly expect products to come with embedded sensors.4 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 5. HorizonWatching Community Forecasts call for billions and billions of connected devices “Smart Connected Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg Devices To Reach estimates 50 billion 13.5 Billion in 2016” devices will be - Harbor Research (link) connected to the Web by 2020 (link) 50 Billion Connections in 2020 – Ericsson (from page 18 of 2010 annual report) John Gantz of IDC forecasts 15 billion devices will be communicating over the network by the year 2015 (link) Graph found here and here5 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 6. HorizonWatching CommunityOne research report forecasts as much as $4.5 trillion in spendingby 2020 The Connected Life: A USD4.5 Trillion Global Impact in 2020 – “The Business Impact of Connected Devices could GSMA & Machina Research Report be Worth US$4.5 Trillion in 2020.” – GSMA (link) Top Ten Connected Applications in 2020 – GSMA (link) Application Value ($USb) Connected Car 600 Clinical Remote Monitoring 350 Assisted Living 270 Home and Building Security 250 Pay-As-You-Drive Car Insurance 245 New Business Models for Car Usage 225 Smart Meters 105 Traffic Management 100 Electric Vehicle Charging 75 Building Automation 40 “The Connected Life will open up new revenue streams, facilitate new business models, drive efficiencies and improve the way existing services are delivered to create a global business impact worth as much as US$4.5 trillion” – GSMA (link)6 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 7. HorizonWatching CommunityThe Internet of Things will impact every single industry and becomea part of our consumer and employee livesImpact on Consumers – Top Ten Applications “The “Connected Life” will be underpinned by seamless and pervasive connectivity between people and processes, enabling a wealth of valuable context-aware services to be delivered immediately and automatically. Individuals will enjoy personalised experiences whenever, wherever and for whatever they are required.” – GSMA (link) Impact on Business - Industries “All of those instrumented and interconnected things are becoming intelligent. They are being linked to powerful new backend systems that can process all that data, and to advanced analytics capable of turning it into real insight, in real time.” - IBM (link)7 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 8. HorizonWatching CommunityThere are other related terms – M2M, Web of Things, Ubiquitouscomputing Machine to Machine (M2M) The Web of Things “Machine to machine (M2M) refers to “The Web of Things is a vision technologies that allow both wireless and inspired from the Internet of Things wired systems to communicate with other where everyday devices and devices of the same ability. M2M uses a objects, i.e. objects that contain an device (such as a sensor or meter) to embedded device or computer, are capture an event (such as connected by fully integrating them temperature, inventory level, etc.), which is to the Web. Examples of smart relayed through a network (wireless, wired devices and objects are wireless or hybrid) to an application software sensor networks, ambient devices, program), that translates the captured event household appliances, RFID tagged into meaningful information (for objects, etc.” – Wikipedia (link) example, items need to be restocked).” – Wikipedia (link) Ubiquitous Computing “Ubiquitous computing (ubicomp) is a post-desktop model of human-computer interaction in which information processing has been thoroughly integrated into everyday objects and activities.” – Wikipedia (link)8 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 9. HorizonWatching Community The Interent of Things will require new approaches for CIOs and new skills for IT professionals “Most CIOs are aware that sensors, appliances and cars are joining the Internet. However, add to that "dumb" objects, like a drink can or a fertilizer bag, and you get innovative opportunities that were never previously possible.” – Gartner (link) “By combining the capabilities of the Web, cloud computing, analytics and tiny intelligent sensors, CIOs can help create wholly new products and services connected to networks and to each other.” – CIO.com The Executives Guide to the (link) Internet of Things – ZDNet e-book (registration required) “The Internet of Things requires enterprises to recruit or train experts in new sets of technologies and in new business models.” - Gartner (link) “CIOs should pay attention to and educate themselves about the Internet of Things because supply chains will increasingly be loaded with sensors, which could impact how CIOs interact with their suppliers.” - WSJ (link)9 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 10. HorizonWatching CommunityInternet of Things – Trend Drivers, Challenges, and ImplicationsDrivers• Proliferation of low cost, smaller, smarter sensors and chipsthat can be embedded in anything and can communicate overthe Internet• Explosion of mobile devices• Advanced wireless networksChallenges• Growth of Internet of Things results in explosion of new data• Security• Culture, skills, and business processesImplications The Internet of Things – An IBM Video• Leading edge companies will us IoT to develop competitiveadvantages “The global machine-to-machine (M2M)• The IoT will result in new innovative applications and services market is poised for exponential growthwe can dream of today. over the next several years.” – IDC (link)• IT will have to have Big Data figured out in order to takeadvantage of data streams from IoT• IoT will result in new calls for Privacy laws “Today the connected devices market is dominated by mobile phones, but this will change in the future as a new wave of smartphones, tablets, consumer electronics and M2M devices connect everything from cars to health services and even entire cities” – GSMA (link)10 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 11. HorizonWatching CommunityInternet of Things – Selected Analyst Websites and Resources • Beecham Research: M2M World of Connected Things Sector Map “As billions of devices connect via the • ABI Research: Internet of Things, M2M , Wireless Internet, exchanging information and Sensor Networks taking autonomous actions based on • Forrester: continuous input, we will face a • Internet of Things Reports paradigm change that will transform • Search for Internet of Things, M2M, Sensor our personal lives and revolutionize • Frost & Sullivan: Internet of Things, M2M, Sensor business. These radical • Gartner: transformations will pose • Internet of Things and Internet of Things Blog unprecedented data privacy and Posts security challenges to security and risk • M2M and M2M Blog Posts (S&R) professionals”. – Forrester (link) • Sensor and Sensor Blog Posts • IDC: Search for Internet of Things, M2M “Key elements of the IoT which are being embedded in a variety of mobile devices include embedded sensors, image recognition technologies and NFC payment”. – Gartner (link)11 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 12. HorizonWatching Community Internet of Things – Selected Media Websites and Resources• Businessweek: Internet of Things, M2M Tapping M2M: The Internet of Things, by ZDNet• CIO.com: Internet of Things, M2M• ComputerWorld: Internet of Things, M2M• Forbes: Internet of Things, M2M• InformationWeek: Internet of Things, M2M• InfoWorld: Internet of Things, M2M• Venture Beat: Internet of Things, M2M• Wall Street Journal: Internet of Things, M2M• Wired.com Internet of Things, M2M• ZDNet: Tapping M2M: The Internet of Things, M2M 28 Internet of Things (IoT) Trends and Prediction Articles for 2013 - Horizonwatching12 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 13. HorizonWatching CommunityInternet of Things: Selected IT Vendor/Consultant Websites & Resources• Accenture: Toasters, refrigerators and Internet of Things Internet of Things: by IBM• Ericsson Labs: Internet of Things Academy of Technology• Harbor Research: Website• HP: Implementing “The Internet of Things” in Your Business and• IBM: The Internet of Things (video) and Internet of Things (IBMAcademy of Technology paper)• Information Builders: Internet of Things• Infosys: Internet of Things: Endless Opportunities• Intel: Simplifying the Internet of Things• Microsoft: Building the Internet of Things• Oracle: M2M Solutions: The Move to Value Creation and the Internetof Things• SAP: The Ubiquitous Internet of Things: Managing Cities the SmartWay and Making The Internet Of Things A Reality With MobileManagement• Siemens: The Next Network13 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 14. HorizonWatching Community Internet of Things – Selected Social Media Sites and Searches• Google Blog Search: Internet of Things / M2M / Internet of Things Playlists on YouTubeSensors• Google+ Communities Search: Internet of Things,M2M• LinkedIn Group Search: Internet of Things, M2Mand Group: Sensor Networks• Pinterest Search: Internet of Things, Machine toMachine• Slideshare search: Internet of Things, M2M• Twitter hashtag searches: #IoT / #M2M / #sensors• Tumblr Search: Internet of Things• YouTube: Internet of Things Playlists and Internet ofThings Channel• YouTube: M2M Playlists and Machine to MachineChannel• Wikipedia: Internet of Things, M2M14 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 15. HorizonWatching CommunityInternet of Things – Selected IBM Resources and Links• Software: Websphere Sensor Events• Software: Intelligent Operations Center• Software: Sample Sensor Solutions• DeveloperWorks: Smarter Planet solutions with sensormonitoring Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5• Software: Informix TimeSeries for Meter Data Management• Redbook: IBM Intelligent Operations Center for Smarter Cities• Website: Smarter Planet• Healthcare Example: Connected Home Health• Energy Example: IBM Intelligent Utility Network Solution and IBM Unveils Software to Expand UseSmart metering and beyond of Wireless Sensor Networks• Smarter Food Example: Food traceability framework• Video: The Internet of Things• Academy of Technology: Internet of Things• IBM Research: Sensor Systems / Wireless Sensor Networking/ Wireless Communication for IoT• White Paper: Driving innovation through the Internet of things15 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 16. HorizonWatching CommunityInternet of Things – Selected IBM venues on Social Media The Internet of Things Starts to Bear• Blog: asmarterplanet Tag: Internet of Fruit – A Smarter Planet BlogThings • Post: Joining Sensors and Big Data to Predict the Future• Tumblr Blog: A Smarter Planet tag:Internet of Things• DeveloperWorks Community: Fabric forSensor Network Management and DataTransfer• Developerworks Blog Post: IBM ReallySmall Message Broker• Facebook: People for a Smarter Planet• Twitter: @SmarterPlanet• Pinterest: Building a Smarter Planet• Google+: Smarter Planet16 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 17. HorizonWatching CommunityInternet of Things – Other Selected Websites, Reports and Resources• Internet of Things Council, on the Internet of Things of the European Commission• Connected Life Top Ten Applications by 2020, An article by GSMA, found on the GSMA website• 2013 will be the year of “the internet of things” as more than 5B wireless chips ship, Blog post by JohnKoetsier, posted at VentureBeat.com, December 21, 2012• Why 2013 will be the year of the Internet of Things, Blog Post by Jamillah Knowles, posted atTheNextWeb.com on December 9, 2012• Emerging Trends in Wireless in the Era of the Internet of Things (IoT), A presentation by Cisco‟s AdvancedArchitecture and Research team, Published November 2012, 50 pages• Smart Web: An Internet of Things Infrastructure, By Sanford B. Klausner, Published October 2012, 17 pages• The Internet of Things, Prepared for the 1st Berlin Symposium on Internet and Society, Oct 2011, 59 pages• Pictures of the Future: The Internet of Things, a series of articles by Siemens, published Oct 2012 inSiemens Picture of the Future magazine, 14 pages• Internet of Things (Data Clouds), a presentation by Dr. Ton Engbersen, Member IBM Academy ofTechnology, IBM Research, published October 2012, 21 slides• What the Internet of Things (IoT) Needs to Become a Reality, By Kaivan Karimi, Freescale SemiconductorInc. and Gary Atkinson, ARM Inc., Published September 2012, 10 pages• Internet of Things (IoT): A Vision, Architectural Elements, and Future Directions, byGubbi, Buyya, Marusic, and Palaniswamia, The University of Melbourne. Published July 2012, 19 pages• M2M Report: An Executive Summary, by Connected World Magazine, published June 2011, 2 pages• Rise of the Embedded Internet, a White Paper by Intel, published 2009, 5 pages• What is the Internet of Things? An Economic Perspective, an Auto-ID Labs White Paper, written by ElgarFleisch, published January 2010, 27 pages 17 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • 18. HorizonWatching CommunityAppendix: About The HorizonWatching Community  Launched 2006: About HorizonWatching  Blog: Horizonwatching – Thought Leadership Blog  Tumblr Quote Blog = HorizonWatching  Twitter = HorizonWatching  Slideshare = HorizonWatching (an external version of this deck will be posted here)  Facebook = HorizonWatching  LinkedIn Community = HorizonWatching18 January 17, 2013 Internet of Things: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License