Something exciting has been happening to our everyday objects. Things that were once silent and static can now sing, glow, buzz and be tracked online. Some are constantly listening for sounds, sights and touches to translate into meaningful inputs. Others have the ability to learn, refining their behaviors over time. They can be connected to one another as well as the Internet. As people continue to interact with data in all aspects of life, they will expect their digital devices to deliver real-time, visualized, networked feedback. TheWSJ envisiones a roadmapwhere 50 billion devices could be connected to the Internet by 2020. Collectively, this “Internet of Things” will provide cloud-enabled experiences that can profoundly change many aspects of everyday life both in and out of the home.Everyday objects transforming into something new constantly listening for sensory data that can be translated to meaningful inputsLearning and adapting, refining behaviour over timeAs we continue to interact with data in all aspects of life, we will expect our digital devices to deliver real-time, visualized, networked feedback. Collectively, this “Internet of Things” will provide experiences that can fundamentaly change aspects of everyday life
gradual revolution will lead to all the objects surrounding us being connected to the Internet in some wayThe world is the index: objects are identified by their position in the worldTake the world online: moving objects uniquely identified by a codeTake control of the world: the objects are connected to the Internet and interact with peopleLet the things talk to each other: objects communicate with each other and action each other to occurrence of certain conditionsLet things become intelligent: objects communicate with the Net to which they provided information that can be elaborated and used as new knowledge
As we speak in Croatia there is something happening as a part of the Terrastream pilot. Trying to bring the glimpse of the future of Internet and lay a foundation for the Internet of Things in a full sense of the word.IPv6 for adress and autenth.Real time provisioningandlocation (whatdevice, where, to whom it speaks, whatkindof data it generates?) High speed (up to 1 Gbit/s)OpenStack – virtualOSCloud paradigm (for computing, storage and network)Full automation – connectionsbetweendevicesandthe Internet
Improved support for online channels and self serviceSupport for new markets and business modelsProcess simplification & automationDecreasing TCOIncreasingagility
TELCO perspective : data pipes, initialseedofdata, connectivity, controling (mobile, fixed, IPTV, OTT)Stuxnet is a computer worm discovered in June 2010 that is believed to have been created by the United States and Israel to attack Iran's nuclear facilities. Stuxnet initially spreads via Microsoft Windows, and targets Siemens industrial control systems. While it is not the first time that hackers have targeted industrial systems, it is the first discovered malware that spies on and subverts industrial systems, and the first to include a programmable logic controller (PLC) rootkit.
Internet of things and its impact on telco - building a new ecosystem Hub:raum
From ARPAnet to IOT – where we are now?
➜ Who could have believed what
will evolve from a bunch of
protocols and applications
➜ We are having problems
comprehending and believing
in what this connected world
of today will evolve in
➜ What prospects and threats
the future will bring?
connected devices & 4 billion people by 2020
(2013) connected objects
0.6% penetration rate
other unconnected ones
objects are identified by their position in the world
moving objects uniquely identified by a code
control (the world)
the objects are connected to the Internet and interact
with people and other objects
objects communicate with each other and action each
other to occurrence of certain conditions
objects communicate with the net to provide
information that can be elaborated and used as new
• IPv6 for adresses
• Security protocols & data protection
• Real time provisioning and location
• High speed (up to 1 Gbit/s)
• OpenStack – virtualOS
• Cloud paradigm
• Full automation
➜ Existing security protocols not good enough
➜ The threat is much more severe because they affect physical
objects instead of virtual ones
➜ Stability and integrity of critical systems
(power, flight control, etc.)
➜ Privacy: a paradigm of privacy moving to the real world
(CCTV, sensors data, location data…)
➜ Data protection is more important than ever
Generating huge amounts of data
Using the data to improve on the physical world
Optimize and enhance any experience
DATA WILL FIND YOU not the other way around
Ultimately, the ability to make sensor streams meaningful by finding significant
links to multiple, varied sources of data is what will lead to promising
developments in each category.
But first, we have to design products that are intuitive to install and easy to
understand, giving us feedback in a human language that tells us things that
matter in our everyday lives.
Highways and roads, buildings and storage places
are being built.
We ALL need someone to populate that empty
space, make use of the infrastructure and given
Design meaningful experiences and exploit the
advantages of IOT infrastructure.
Internet has created HUGE, diverse universe once
the infrastructure and tools were accessible to
BUILD it and they will come. What will you build?