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London HTML5 Codeshow Internet of things EDITION with Pycno, solving the 9 billion people problem

London HTML5 Codeshow Internet of things EDITION with Pycno, solving the 9 billion people problem

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HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno HTML5 CodeShow: IOT EDITION Pycno Presentation Transcript

  • 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 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?
  • 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)
  • Drivers of IoT • Low cost and low power sensors and actuators • Universal connectivity • Software technologies • Improved data connection on wireless networks
  • 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 globally
  • 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 to cheaper networks
  • 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
  • FIN @pycno github.com/dazhbog
  • Shaping the future of farming
  • All of us can solve big problems!
  • Thank you!