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Messaging looks like a saturated market for Mobile Network Operators....

Messaging looks like a saturated market for Mobile Network Operators.

Actually we should try to look at new messaging opportunities out there.

The internet of things is becoming a reality and the number of objects and applications that can send messages is definitely huge.

In this presentation I will show some of the thing that have attracted my attention recently.

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My bonsai is texting me! My bonsai is texting me! Presentation Transcript

  • There is a question to be answered.
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  • Who am I?
  • This document represents personal opinions on the subject, and it is not recommended or endorsed by the Company I work for. This is not a representation of past, present, or future strategy of my Company. All the information and data in this document are in the public domain.
  • There is a big trend.
  • What’s in your mind? What’s happening? Share what you’re thinking.
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  • And there is a transition.
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  • And recently... Where are you checking in?
  • X You are here!
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  • It’s not only about the people!
  • 82 39 30 28 25 Top Five Games April 2010, Inside Network, Inc.
  • Applications are sending messages.
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  • Objects are sending messages.
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  • No way! I just got a message from your scale!
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  • Hello there! I need some water!
  • Tweet-a-Watt
  • Chumby
  • Arduino
  • SPIME Bruce Sterling, 2004 SPace and tIME
  • The Internet of things.
  • PCs Mobiles Spimes ≈ 10 8 ≈ 10 9 ≈ 10 12 Source: davidorban.com Platform Orders of magnitude
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  • Messages are becoming physical.
  • Connected Photo Frame
  • Nabaztag
  • MIR:ROR
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  • Ambient ORB
  • iCrocco
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  • All SPIMEs have to be connected.
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  • Temporary Spime Connector
  • Temporary Spime Connector
  • Temporary Spime Connector
  • Augmented reality, augmented messages.
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  • We are not ON the Internet. We are IN the Internet.
  • Rethink the UX.
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  • Why messages are shown in lists?
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  • http://senseable.mit.edu/trashtrack
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  • Thanks!
  • Let’s go social! http://facebook.com/alessandro.galetto http://twitter.com/baloss http://www.linkedin.com/in/alessandrogaletto http://www.dotdust.com [email_address] http://friendfeed.com/dotdust
  • Photo Credits Slide 2 – flickr.com/photos/vox Slide 3 – flickr.com/photos/eerkmans Slide 8 – flickr.com/photos/jcuthrell ...the Internet Slide 13 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/ringai Slide 14 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/libertinus Slide 52 – flickr.com/photos/ozbos Slide 53 – flickr.com/photos/b_g