IoT,
from a geek buzzword to
a multi billion business economy
ir. Carmelo Zaccone
Expert within
the Legal & Technology Wat...
Agence Wallonne
des Télécommunications
The AWT is a public body of the Walloon Region
(Belgium).
It has the overall respon...
The ICT platform of Wallonia
ICT observatory in Wallonia
Companies & citizens. Specific
sectors (education, ICT sector,
he...
•Since IT exist, engineers wanted to control equipments
–mechanical industry was pioneer
–industrial machine locally compu...
Consumerization of industrial technology
• Early 2K,
• dot [com], internet startup & geek dreams
• first smart fridge from...
•End 2K,
–gadget objects & the ‘connected’ buzz effect
•Nabaztag
–Sound, light, robotics
–WiFi connection
–Interactivity
–...
From a tech geek to a business man
• End 2K,
• massive tsunamy of connected devices
• key success factors are
• mass adopt...
From geek’s backpack to your wife’s hands
• Nowadays
– Smart TV
– Smart Body Analyzer
– Connected Car
– Smart Watch
– Resp...
Immensity of connected objects
• Today, in numerous application domains, devices can
be connected
• residential home autom...
Immensity of data to process (in realtime)
• Huge challenge to be solved !
• Gamification
• Self Quantification
• Social n...
From geek’s art to structured architecture
• technology evolution
– standardisation
organisation
IEEE, IETF,
GS1/EPCglobal...
• SmartThings
• Open Remote
• App.net
• Sen.se
• Xively (former Pachube)
• Paraimpu
• Everythng
Some software platforms/fr...
• Enterprise, startups
– Skylane open.yoursen.se
– Vision Smart pic2shop
– Arguslabs Jini
– TagTagCity
– Carambla
– Getyoo...
Multi billion business economy
By 2020, analysts predict that the planet will count
50 billions device connected to the In...
Lets continue the discussion
Carmelo Zaccone
cz@awt.be
@carmelo
linkedin.com/in/zaccone
+32 475 586.782
http://awt.be/
www...
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IoT overview for IMTC Forum 20th anniversary

  1. 1. IoT, from a geek buzzword to a multi billion business economy ir. Carmelo Zaccone Expert within the Legal & Technology Watch working group
  2. 2. Agence Wallonne des Télécommunications The AWT is a public body of the Walloon Region (Belgium). It has the overall responsibility for the development of ICT, through 3 main missions: 1. technology watch, 2. consultancy, 3. promotion. www.awt.be is the ICT platform of Wallonia.
  3. 3. The ICT platform of Wallonia ICT observatory in Wallonia Companies & citizens. Specific sectors (education, ICT sector, health, municipalities, …). Partnerships with other European regions. Professional forums #mforum / #ipforum. E-commerce & ICT advanced uses by companies. Web. Education/e-learning. Digiwal (ICT event). Strong and officials partnerships with all ICT players in Wallonia. TIC & TWIST Clusters, Charte eTIC, CETIC, CoWallonia, #pme20, #rentic, #mforum, #ipforum … and private companies (FeWeb, Agoria, etc.) + SPW. Online database of the ICT sector and players. ICT companies. E-commerce sites. Public Digital Spaces. Coworking centers & Smarwork centers. ICT schools. Municipalities … and more. ICT watch (technologies, laws, business opportunities, ...) and content provider. AWT plays the role “ICT one stop shopping” for Wallonia (Europe’s Digital Agenda, ...) . Open data and consultancy for public services and government in Wallonia. Organization and “activation” of the data managed by the AWT and others public bodies. awt.be
  4. 4. •Since IT exist, engineers wanted to control equipments –mechanical industry was pioneer –industrial machine locally computer operated •When networking appears, hypes started with –remote monitoring –remote control •Mobile data (gprs aka 2g) introduced new businesses –Machine 2 Machine –Wireless Sensor Networks Origin in the industrial technology
  5. 5. Consumerization of industrial technology • Early 2K, • dot [com], internet startup & geek dreams • first smart fridge from LG • unsuccessful product • unnecessary product • to expensive ($20.000) • technologies • RFID • WiFi • Mid 2K, • idea of connecting home appliances to the Internet • birth of first ever mass consumer adopted smartphones • smart home Journey in the i-fridge history http://fuckyeahinternetfridge.tumblr.com
  6. 6. •End 2K, –gadget objects & the ‘connected’ buzz effect •Nabaztag –Sound, light, robotics –WiFi connection –Interactivity –Information feeds (RSS, weather, exchange, email, + dev kits) –New broad set of technologies to satisfies Geek’s appetite Geek’s power to bring things alive
  7. 7. From a tech geek to a business man • End 2K, • massive tsunamy of connected devices • key success factors are • mass adoption – a market • business model – a strategy • money – a lever • Not yet seduced VC / Business Angel? crowdfunding & hightech buzz review • get the market & ‘some’ money • kickstarter • indigogo
  8. 8. From geek’s backpack to your wife’s hands • Nowadays – Smart TV – Smart Body Analyzer – Connected Car – Smart Watch – Respiratory health management – Garden sprinkler – Smart light bulb – Washing machine – Heather bulb – Smart camera – Clothes
  9. 9. Immensity of connected objects • Today, in numerous application domains, devices can be connected • residential home automation • wellfare/well-being business • health/fitness domains • the entertainment arena • in vehicle infotainment • daily life objects such as wearable computing
  10. 10. Immensity of data to process (in realtime) • Huge challenge to be solved ! • Gamification • Self Quantification • Social networking • Tons of various sensors • New hype technologies to be involved ! • Big Data • Semantic Web (data & metadata & interpretation)
  11. 11. From geek’s art to structured architecture • technology evolution – standardisation organisation IEEE, IETF, GS1/EPCglobal,ITSA – International consortium IoTC, Wearable Technologies, GSMA Connected Car • multi-level business – wire(less) harvesting bluethooth, zigbee, z-Wave, EnOcean, WiFi, LiFi, Rfid, Mifare – embedded system hardware platform Arduino, Raspberry PI, Open picus, Ninja Blocks – infrastructure & data protocol 6LowPAN, REST, EAN ONS, Fibaro
  12. 12. • SmartThings • Open Remote • App.net • Sen.se • Xively (former Pachube) • Paraimpu • Everythng Some software platforms/frameworks Automotive industry • Ford Sync/Applink • BMW ConnectedDrive • Renaud R-Link • Audi Connect • Toyota Entune • GSMA MirrorLink
  13. 13. • Enterprise, startups – Skylane open.yoursen.se – Vision Smart pic2shop – Arguslabs Jini – TagTagCity – Carambla – Getyoo – Vigo Robotics – Enerban – Selinko – Nomics – HMI Products – Uniwan Belgium is active in the field • Industry clusters • Infopole Smarthome • Infopole Connected Objects. • Research centers • CETIC • Multitel • IBBT
  14. 14. Multi billion business economy By 2020, analysts predict that the planet will count 50 billions device connected to the Internet. will reduce the border between the real world and the virtual digital one
  15. 15. Lets continue the discussion Carmelo Zaccone cz@awt.be @carmelo linkedin.com/in/zaccone +32 475 586.782 http://awt.be/ www.twitter.com/awtbe www.facebook.com/awtbe www.awt.be/web/rss www.youtube.com/user/awtbe

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