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Internet Of Things
Spime Design Workshop
                        Jurvetson
David Orban
 Advisor & European Lead
   Singularity University
David Orban
  Chief Evangelist
   WideTag, Inc.




                     Dennis Mancini
Agenda
<1> Who
          <2> What
 <3> Why
       <4> How
<5> When
         <6> Play!
What we will talk about


Evolution of paradigms
Emerging properties
Examples from today



                          Aren...
What we won’t talk about

Technical standards
Communication methods
Energy source conundrums
Passive identification


     ...
<1>
Who
kandinski




 Bruce Sterling
Forget trying to pass for normal
</1>
<2>
What
Fred Armitage




             William Gibson
The future is already here. It is just not evenly distributed yet
The Open
Internet Of Things
Ignorance
Questions


            Answers




                           Kevin Kelly - kk.org
"The formula for success?
                        Double your rate of failure."
                           Thomas J.Watson...
What’s on your radar




                  Banksy / Robbiedangerous
Spime = SPace + tIME




    Bruce Sterling
2 7   > 100
Evolving devices
Necessary Autonomy
    Platform       Orders of magnitude

      PCs                ≈ 108

Mobiles ~ Humans         ≈ 109
...
Around us already




                    Ryan Harvey
Network Evolution
Generation    Isotropy       Access

   Web          data        knowledge

 Web 2.0     applications   ...
Redundancy of spimes




                       NASA JPL
Nature of the dialogue
       Generation                 Bandwidth                M2M Index

      Industrial apps        ...
Data deluge




              µµ
Awareness




            Volvo
</2>
<3>
Why
rosetechven.com




      David Rose
Integrity is the most important value
The Anthropocene

                1%           2%




 terrestrial                        humans
vertebrates              ...
Unsustainable




                badjonni
Old methods...




                 Seamus Murray
...same as current ones




                          Marcin Wichary
What do we know?




                   Gaspa
Sensing the technium




                       Nite Owl
Radically new methods




                        The Alieness
Sensing the world




                    bazusa
Adapting to the world




                        aussiegirl
Growing with the world




                         Michael Filion
Hinding information?




 2001           2007
                       USGS Global Fiducials
A government hiding
 climate change data to
prevent rational debate
     is committing a
crime against humanity!
</3>
<4>
Examples
claren44




             Larry Smarr
Failure of imagination is a fundamental human defect
• Spreading the Idea.         Involve people.

  First Quarter Action Plan
CO2 Spime
      Collects CO2 levels
   Communicates wirelessly
Visualizes collected data online
Social Energy meter
WideNoise
Spime Design Workshops
OpenSpime
WideSpime
Scalable




           Davichi
High concurrency




                   Martineric
Native support for parallelism
>1M
targeting over one million data reporting events
           per minute per server-core
</4>
<5>
When
Randy Stewart




          Bre Pettis
Things are changing faster than we can die
Years from present

1 < IoT< 25
Advanced Collaboration




                         Foxtongue
</5>
www.singularityu.org
...
Let’s play!




              Aschaf
Your Tasks

Form groups
Pick presenter
Draw the idea
Explore parameter space


                          Arenamontanus
Which Sensors?

Electromagnetic
Chemical
Mechanical
Social
...


                          Arenamontanus
What Aggregation?

Local
Global
Non-geographic
...


                          Arenamontanus
What Moment In Time?
M2M Interaction


Self provisioning
Redundancy
Reliable communication
M2H Interaction


What is “friending”?
What is “poking”?
What is X?
Backchannel


Friendfeed room: spimews
Twitter hashtag: #spimews
Presentations!
www.singularityu.org
Singularity University Spime Design Workshop
Singularity University Spime Design Workshop
Singularity University Spime Design Workshop
Singularity University Spime Design Workshop
Singularity University Spime Design Workshop
Singularity University Spime Design Workshop
Singularity University Spime Design Workshop
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What happens when we move from billions of mobile phones around us, to networks made of ten, one hundred or one thousand times more nodes? What are going to be the necessary features of these networks, which will constitute the Internet of Things? How can we think about, and must start planning for the nature of this new fundamental entity quickly emerging?

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  1. 1. Internet Of Things Spime Design Workshop Jurvetson
  2. 2. David Orban Advisor & European Lead Singularity University
  3. 3. David Orban Chief Evangelist WideTag, Inc. Dennis Mancini
  4. 4. Agenda
  5. 5. <1> Who <2> What <3> Why <4> How <5> When <6> Play!
  6. 6. What we will talk about Evolution of paradigms Emerging properties Examples from today Arenamontanus
  7. 7. What we won’t talk about Technical standards Communication methods Energy source conundrums Passive identification Arenamontanus
  8. 8. <1>
  9. 9. Who
  10. 10. kandinski Bruce Sterling Forget trying to pass for normal
  11. 11. </1>
  12. 12. <2>
  13. 13. What
  14. 14. Fred Armitage William Gibson The future is already here. It is just not evenly distributed yet
  15. 15. The Open Internet Of Things
  16. 16. Ignorance Questions Answers Kevin Kelly - kk.org
  17. 17. "The formula for success? Double your rate of failure." Thomas J.Watson, IBM “The Internet multiplied a thousandfold our failure rate, without increasing the cost of our success” Cory Doctorow
  18. 18. What’s on your radar Banksy / Robbiedangerous
  19. 19. Spime = SPace + tIME Bruce Sterling
  20. 20. 2 7 > 100
  21. 21. Evolving devices
  22. 22. Necessary Autonomy Platform Orders of magnitude PCs ≈ 108 Mobiles ~ Humans ≈ 109 Spimes > 1010
  23. 23. Around us already Ryan Harvey
  24. 24. Network Evolution Generation Isotropy Access Web data knowledge Web 2.0 applications social Spimes sensors world
  25. 25. Redundancy of spimes NASA JPL
  26. 26. Nature of the dialogue Generation Bandwidth M2M Index Industrial apps Kb/s 1% Realtime Web Mb/s 10% Spime Networks Gb/s 99%+ M2M index: M2M/M2H, communications among machine in proportion to those with humans
  27. 27. Data deluge µµ
  28. 28. Awareness Volvo
  29. 29. </2>
  30. 30. <3>
  31. 31. Why
  32. 32. rosetechven.com David Rose Integrity is the most important value
  33. 33. The Anthropocene 1% 2% terrestrial humans vertebrates pets in the wild cattle 99% 98% 10.000 BC Today
  34. 34. Unsustainable badjonni
  35. 35. Old methods... Seamus Murray
  36. 36. ...same as current ones Marcin Wichary
  37. 37. What do we know? Gaspa
  38. 38. Sensing the technium Nite Owl
  39. 39. Radically new methods The Alieness
  40. 40. Sensing the world bazusa
  41. 41. Adapting to the world aussiegirl
  42. 42. Growing with the world Michael Filion
  43. 43. Hinding information? 2001 2007 USGS Global Fiducials
  44. 44. A government hiding climate change data to prevent rational debate is committing a crime against humanity!
  45. 45. </3>
  46. 46. <4>
  47. 47. Examples
  48. 48. claren44 Larry Smarr Failure of imagination is a fundamental human defect
  49. 49. • Spreading the Idea. Involve people. First Quarter Action Plan
  50. 50. CO2 Spime Collects CO2 levels Communicates wirelessly Visualizes collected data online
  51. 51. Social Energy meter
  52. 52. WideNoise
  53. 53. Spime Design Workshops
  54. 54. OpenSpime
  55. 55. WideSpime
  56. 56. Scalable Davichi
  57. 57. High concurrency Martineric
  58. 58. Native support for parallelism
  59. 59. >1M targeting over one million data reporting events per minute per server-core
  60. 60. </4>
  61. 61. <5>
  62. 62. When
  63. 63. Randy Stewart Bre Pettis Things are changing faster than we can die
  64. 64. Years from present 1 < IoT< 25
  65. 65. Advanced Collaboration Foxtongue
  66. 66. </5>
  67. 67. www.singularityu.org
  68. 68. ...
  69. 69. Let’s play! Aschaf
  70. 70. Your Tasks Form groups Pick presenter Draw the idea Explore parameter space Arenamontanus
  71. 71. Which Sensors? Electromagnetic Chemical Mechanical Social ... Arenamontanus
  72. 72. What Aggregation? Local Global Non-geographic ... Arenamontanus
  73. 73. What Moment In Time?
  74. 74. M2M Interaction Self provisioning Redundancy Reliable communication
  75. 75. M2H Interaction What is “friending”? What is “poking”? What is X?
  76. 76. Backchannel Friendfeed room: spimews Twitter hashtag: #spimews
  77. 77. Presentations!
  78. 78. www.singularityu.org
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