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Shaping the future of farming
Internet of Things
Edition
IoT is magic
Hardware becomes easier!
All of us can solve big problems!
IoT Applications
• Action-oriented response
• Visual-oriented response
• Data-oriented response
IoT Development
Lots of devices
Lots of data
IoT Adoption
95% Expect their company to be using IoT in the next 3 years
63% Believe that companies slow to integrate IoT...
Companies’ attitude to IoT
• 75% of companies are either actively exploring or using
the IoT
• Only 6% of business leaders...
Drivers of IoT
• Low cost and low power sensors and actuators
• Universal connectivity
• Software technologies
• Improved ...
The Rise of a Startup
• Resources are not a problem
• Quick feedback cycle
• Growth – not a problem
Hurdles for IoT
• “War of ecosystems”
• Security and privacy concerns
• Regulation
Marios Georgiou
@pycno github.com/dazhbog
• Motivation
• Pycno software stack
• M2M in remote locations with no internet
• How to design an application to work glob...
Why?
THE FUTURE WE DESERVE
Server
• Node.JS + express
• Angularjs
• Mongodb
Devices
• IEEE 802.15 standard
• *NO ZIGBEE
Software stack
Architecture
• In an ideal world we have fast internet
• Cellular connections are homogeneous
Machine to Machine (M2M)
• Integral part of the Internet of Things
A B
• We will focus on cellular
Machine to Machine (M2M)
– Low cost
– Work worldwide on any network
– Sensors
– Power
Cost
• M2M SIMs are way cheaper. Unneeded
features are OFF.
• Opt for GPRS if possible
Application
Super
awesome
serverGPRS
Browser
Super
awesome
serverGPRS
CSS this
doge.pn
g
CSS that
Fatcat.png
ico js html
GPRS sucks but..
All technologies
EDGE, 3G, LTE fallback to…GPRS
Cheaper hardware!
M2M worldwide – Part A
• M2M SIM
• Roaming enabled
• Steering disabled
– Operator limits on SIM profile
– Steers the SIM t...
M2M worldwide – Part B
Application level
• Automatic mode
– Handles all the registration and network switching
• Manual mo...
FIN
@pycno github.com/dazhbog
Shaping the future of farming
All of us can solve big problems!
Thank you!
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno
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  1. 1. Shaping the future of farming Internet of Things Edition
  2. 2. IoT is magic
  3. 3. Hardware becomes easier!
  4. 4. All of us can solve big problems!
  5. 5. IoT Applications • Action-oriented response • Visual-oriented response • Data-oriented response
  6. 6. IoT Development
  7. 7. Lots of devices
  8. 8. Lots of data
  9. 9. IoT Adoption 95% Expect their company to be using IoT in the next 3 years 63% Believe that companies slow to integrate IoT will fall behind the competition 58% Would like to see government do more to promote development and adoption of IoT 45% Believe adopting IoT will make their company more environmentally friendly What are C-suits saying about IoT?
  10. 10. Companies’ attitude to IoT • 75% of companies are either actively exploring or using the IoT • Only 6% of business leaders believe that it is merely hype • In three years, 96% of surveyed individuals expect their business to be using IoT in some respect • 61% of the leaders recognize that they need to integrate IoT into their businesses, or else the business will fall behind • Only 30% of organizations saw double digit growth in IoT investments Economist (2013)
  11. 11. Drivers of IoT • Low cost and low power sensors and actuators • Universal connectivity • Software technologies • Improved data connection on wireless networks
  12. 12. The Rise of a Startup • Resources are not a problem • Quick feedback cycle • Growth – not a problem
  13. 13. Hurdles for IoT • “War of ecosystems” • Security and privacy concerns • Regulation
  14. 14. Marios Georgiou @pycno github.com/dazhbog
  15. 15. • Motivation • Pycno software stack • M2M in remote locations with no internet • How to design an application to work globally
  16. 16. Why? THE FUTURE WE DESERVE
  17. 17. Server • Node.JS + express • Angularjs • Mongodb Devices • IEEE 802.15 standard • *NO ZIGBEE Software stack
  18. 18. Architecture
  19. 19. • In an ideal world we have fast internet • Cellular connections are homogeneous
  20. 20. Machine to Machine (M2M) • Integral part of the Internet of Things A B • We will focus on cellular
  21. 21. Machine to Machine (M2M) – Low cost – Work worldwide on any network – Sensors – Power
  22. 22. Cost • M2M SIMs are way cheaper. Unneeded features are OFF. • Opt for GPRS if possible
  23. 23. Application Super awesome serverGPRS
  24. 24. Browser Super awesome serverGPRS CSS this doge.pn g CSS that Fatcat.png ico js html
  25. 25. GPRS sucks but.. All technologies EDGE, 3G, LTE fallback to…GPRS Cheaper hardware!
  26. 26. M2M worldwide – Part A • M2M SIM • Roaming enabled • Steering disabled – Operator limits on SIM profile – Steers the SIM to cheaper networks
  27. 27. M2M worldwide – Part B Application level • Automatic mode – Handles all the registration and network switching • Manual mode – We control network switching – We evaluate when network uptime suffers – Ignore SIM table
  28. 28. FIN @pycno github.com/dazhbog
  29. 29. Shaping the future of farming
  30. 30. All of us can solve big problems!
  31. 31. Thank you!
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