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  • Aim is to have the ANZ media take-away:The next paradigm shift: Trends driving the demand for application aware infrastructure.Cisco ACI … aiming to repeat success from Cisco UCS/Nexus (links to Courtney’s presentation)The strong ACI customer traction …. It’s getting strongerThe open and robust ACI ecosystem …continuing to add new members
  • newICT is the enabling technology with applications in ICT, health, energy and the environment leading to the so-called “ambient-intelligence” products. The newICT platform has the overall theme of micro-transmission and reception and intelligent processing systems that can, for example, transmit information from within (on-body) and nearby the human body (off-body). Other applications will be found within machinery, robots, or the environment and semi-autonomous networks of such agents could be developed. Reduction in size and cost will allow them to become ubiquitous, spread as “smart dust”.
  • newICT is the enabling technology with applications in ICT, health, energy and the environment leading to the so-called “ambient-intelligence” products. The newICT platform has the overall theme of micro-transmission and reception and intelligent processing systems that can, for example, transmit information from within (on-body) and nearby the human body (off-body). Other applications will be found within machinery, robots, or the environment and semi-autonomous networks of such agents could be developed. Reduction in size and cost will allow them to become ubiquitous, spread as “smart dust”.
  • Cisco IoE Panel Discussion

    1. 1. Internet of Everything Customer and Partner Showcase
    2. 2. Kevin Bloch, Chief Technology Officer Cisco Australia and New Zealand
    3. 3. Ros Harvey Director, Sense-T
    4. 4. Ivan Sanhueza, ICT Manager Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust
    5. 5. latrobe.edu.au CRICOS Provider 00115M CENTRE FOR TECHNOLOGY INFUSION BRINGING IDEAS TO LIFE PROFESSOR JUGDUTT (JACK) SINGH DIRECTOR
    6. 6.  Alignment with Research and Innovation Agenda  Demand Driven Translational Research and Innovation (Commercial Research)  Industry Standard R&D infrastructure  Sustainable MARKET Centres’ Focus Translational Research, Innovation & Knowledge Transfer “Bringing ideas to Life” IDEA
    7. 7. HealthCare Implantable Asthma sensor Ambient intelligence Wearable sensors Env ironment Unimedia (Integration) Multimedia Sens ors , Proc ess ors , Comm., Dis play , Power Structured heat sink Glass Glass VCSEL Array Environmental Sensor Smart home Biological Crystals Smart Dust Smart Clothes Implantable Heart monitor Smart/ Implantable Sensors Hydrogen Generation &storage Hydrogen Transport Clean Water Security Fuel Cell Intelligent Platform Technologies  Micro/Nanotechnologies  Smart Sensors  Wireless Comms.  Optoelectronics  Embedded Systems  ICT Challenges  Environment and Energy  Transport  Health Care/Medical/ Wellbeing  Food & Supply Chain
    8. 8. All about Connectivity  the web will not only link computers but potentially every thing  Human becomes minority as generators & receivers of traffic Big Data Making Sense of the Data
    9. 9.  Traffic congestion is a major cause of lost productivity ̶ In Australia avoidable productivity cost of congestion of $9.4b in 2005 rising to $20.4b in 2020  Traffic congestion is a major cause of pollution. ̶ Land transport pollution accounts for around 13% of national (Australian) Green House Gas emissions (National Greenhouse Accounts).  Safety ̶ In Australia - annual national road toll is around 1,300 deaths and 32,500 serious injuries. ̶ Approximately 40,000 people are killed each year and ~1.7 million with critical injuries in Europe ̶ Annual cost related to traffic accidents total roughly US$1 trillion
    10. 10. © CTI 2010 Case Study Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems to Improve Safety at Level Crossing
    11. 11.  Vehicle safety research is shifting its focus towards crash avoidance and collision mitigation  Traditional sensors, like radars, have the following limitations:  Limited range (sense immediate vehicles)  Limited Field of View (FOV)  Expensive  Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems using wireless comm. (DSRC) for vehicle safety, mobility and commercial apps. 1 2 3 4 6 8 7 5 TRADITIONAL SENSORS COOPERATIVE COLLISION WARNING (CCW) “360 Degrees Driver Situation Awareness” using wireless comm.
    12. 12.  Safety  Multi-modal Cooperative collision avoidance & warning  Traffic signal interface  Mobility  Traffic Congestion Management  Incident Management  in-vehicle signage/messaging  Traffic signal control & management  Consumer & Commercial  Electronic payment  Fleet management V2V V2I Multi-hop Communication V2V DSRC Communication: • Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) • Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) • Multi-hop
    13. 13. Queensland Large Scale Deployment Trial “Smart City Test Bed” Shanghai, China
    14. 14. © CTI 2010 Case Study
    15. 15.  Sub-metering sensors & System integration  Monitoring & Management  Human Interface  Behavioural change  Environmental monitoring & management Remote Consumer Interface IP Phone External Utility Networks
    16. 16. BPL Control Module Comm Module Optional Wireless Module Switch BPL Module Inverter Zigbee/BPL Bridge Module Switch BPL Module Switch BPL Module Central Controller Optional Wireless Module Switch BPL Module Switch BPL Module PV Solar Panel Switchboard Optional Ethernet Module BPL Bridge Module Power Meter Direct Connectio n (dependin g on retailer) Inbound Outboun d Premises Area Network (PAN) Mobile LaptopPC Comm. Module Broadband Link Power Usage and Control Portal  Smart Plugs  Plug level real-time monitor/control  High data rate ( 200 Mbps)  Plug-and-play, updatable and configurable  Central Premises Gateway  Remote energy management and control  Persuasive HMI to reduce energy consumption  Real-time reports/alerts  Cloud Data/Energy Portal  Real-time demand response  Secure remote access  Grid Apps and Analytics
    17. 17. • Technology pilot • Showcase in Copenhagen • New Homes • Department of Housing • Malaysia • Modeling/Forecasting of 1000 homes PV generation & consumption • Real-time optimization and demand side management • Smart Grid Gen 2 Mahindra REVA - India • Full Integration of Energy, Water, Solar and persuasive display etc.
    18. 18. Thank you Professor Jugdutt (Jack) Singh Director - Centre for Technology Infusion La Trobe University Melbourne, AUSTRALIA E-Mail: Jack.Singh@latrobe.edu.au Centre for Technology Infusion “Bringing ideas to Life”
    19. 19. Mark Sheppard CIO for Global Growth Operations GE Australia and New Zealand
    20. 20. Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. The Connected Enterprise Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) in Action David Hegarty Rockwell Automation March 2014
    21. 21. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. $6.3B Leading global provider of industrial power, control and information solutions 24 Serving Customers for 110 Years  Technology innovation  Domain expertise  Culture of integrity & corporate responsibility at A GLANCE 22,000 EMPLOYEES 80+ COUNTRIES Fiscal 2013 Sales 20+ INDUSTRIES
    22. 22. Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. TheInternet ofEverything Source: Cisco Greatest Value at Stake is in MANUFACTURING (27%) $14TVALUE AT STAKE 25 Industrial IoT Enablers • Cloud • Mobility • Big Data Analytics • Smart Things • Security
    23. 23. Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Source: Manufacturing Enterprise Communications Research Services was spent on Global Cyber Security in 2011 Source: Price Waterhouse Coopers LLP of businesses permit employees to “BRING THEIR OWN DEVICES”63% Source: Manufacturing Enterprise Communications Research Services, Mobility is Inevitable Amount of Manufacturing data viewed on a mobile device in the last year. 5tb will interact with content applications via a mobile device of INFORMATION WORKERS60% 46% $60B GOVERN DEVICES on the corporate network of businesses 26
    24. 24. Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Manufacturing generates more BIG DATA than any other sector. Exabytes Source: McKinsey & Company 39% Support collaboration Source: Aberdeen BIG DATAand ANALYTICS 2 DRIVERS: 37% Fact-based decision 33% Better ways to serve customers 27
    25. 25. Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. 28 The Connected Enterprise CHALLENGES Organizational Alignment Talent Gaps Technology Adoption Security Standards
    26. 26. Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. www.rockwellautomation.com Follow ROKAutomation on Facebook & Twitter. Connect with us on LinkedIn. Thank you
    27. 27. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco PublicPresentation_ID 30 Panel Discussion  Ros Harvey, Sense-T  Professor Jack Singh, La Trobe University  Ivan Sanhueza, Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust  Mark Sheppard, GE  David Hegarty, Rockwell Automation
    28. 28. Q&A

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