IOT unPlugged@Lounge47

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Presented by Mr. Arvind Padmanaban and Ram Krishnan at Lounge47 on 23rd Feb 2014.

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IOT unPlugged@Lounge47

  1. 1. Internet of Things (IoT) Arvind Padmanabhan Presented at Lounge47.in on 23rd Feb 2014 Copyright @ Mr. Arvind Padmanabhan
  2. 2. The Internet was … Internet … designed for PEOPLE to communicate to share information to share resources to fall in love
  3. 3. Internet of Things iRobot Scooba Internet Thing, Sensor Thing, object, device
  4. 4. A Definition Devices connected to Internet Devices that sense, compute, interact Selfconfiguring Things implies beyond just computers Linking physical and virtual objects Physical objects + information network Uniquely addressable objects Internet embraces everyday objects Inverse of virtual reality
  5. 5. Connected Things & People Source: http://share.cisco.com/internet-of-things.html
  6. 6. New Interactions Source: CISCO • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Internet of Everything Cyber Physical Systems Physical Internet Ubiquitous Computing Ambient Intelligence Machine to Machine Industrial Internet Web of Things Connected Environments Smart Cities Spimes Pervasive Internet Connected World Wireless Sensor Networks Situated Computing Future Internet Physical computing
  7. 7. A Couple of “Talking” Devices • Mother and cookies (sensors) • Motion, temperature, presence • 915 MHz, 868 MHz connectivity • Walking, watering plants, taking medicine • Coffee drinking, brushing teeth, intrusion • Sen.se • Gyroscopes and accelerometers on handle • Count and measure strokes • Tell ball speed and where it hit the strings • Babolat, $399
  8. 8. More Consumer Applications • Your smartphone is the key • Send eKey to maids and baby sitters • Track movements • Bluetooth 4.0 • 4 AA batteries lasting a year • Kwikset, $220 • Accelerometer, GPS, Bluetooth LE, Wi-Fi • Behaviour analysis, health monitoring • Battery life of only 10 days • Apple and Android compatibility • TI CC2564 • Whistle, $130
  9. 9. Pillcam: Swallow Me!
  10. 10. Fitbit Flex: Wear Me!
  11. 11. Home Automation Source: Texas Instruments, The Evolution of the Internet of Things
  12. 12. Real-time Data and Decisions
  13. 13. Alarm Clocks & Sour Milk
  14. 14. The Three Waves Source: Ericsson
  15. 15. Hype Cycle 2013 [Gartner]
  16. 16. Recent Developments Oracle to unify Java API for IoT Wolfram launches Connected Devices Project Google Acquires Nest Bosch India opens IoT R&D lab Jan ’14 Jan ’14 Jan ’14 Intel announces Edison: 22nm dual core with Wi-Fi and BT Feb ’14 Jan ’14 Feb ’14 Google announces Open Automotive Alliance Spring ’14 Siemens launches $100M fund
  17. 17. Big Data Gets its Data from … Volume Little Data FB BIG DATA Velocity YouTube Forums Twitter Variety Flickr ARM says, “Big Data begins with Little Data.”
  18. 18. The Big Picture Source: https://community.freescale.com/community/the-embedded-beat/blog/2013/03/19/
  19. 19. Constraints and Considerations Connectivity Multihop Sensor Technology Autoconfiguration Scalability Power Management Complexity Security Variety Interoperability Fault Tolerance Maintainability
  20. 20. Ultra-Low Power
  21. 21. Why not Use TCP/IP? Source: Sensinode
  22. 22. Whistle Performance Profile Source: http://e2e.ti.com/blogs_/b/connecting_wirelessly/archive/2013/08/20/the-internet-of-pets.aspx
  23. 23. A Selection of Sensors
  24. 24. WiSense Network Architecture Low Power Wireless Mesh Network (LPWMN) LAN/WAN
  25. 25. Multihop Mesh Routing
  26. 26. Google Trends Retrieved on 18-Feb-2014
  27. 27. WiSense HW Architecture
  28. 28. WiSense Hardware Modules
  29. 29. Modular and Stackable
  30. 30. Finally …

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