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Presentation from the IBM Denmark CIO Forum Nov 28 on Internet of Things and technology as a driver for growth and innovation.

Presentation from the IBM Denmark CIO Forum Nov 28 on Internet of Things and technology as a driver for growth and innovation.

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    IBM CIO Forum: Internet of Things IBM CIO Forum: Internet of Things Presentation Transcript

    • IBM Mobile Solutions1 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Mobile Solutions2 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Mobile Solutions © 2012 IBM Corporation3
    • IBM Global Business ServicesThe future is already here– its just not evenly distributed © 2011 IBM
    • 340.282.366.920.938.463.463.374.607.431.768.211.456 Connected things Billion People5 Source: Cisco IoT 2011 infographic
    • IBM Global Business Services Billions of RFID-tags embedded into our world and across ecosystems Billions of camera phones6 INSTRUMENTED © 2011 IBM
    • IBM Global Business Services +2 billion Internet-subscribers +20 billion Connected devices7 INTERCONNECTED © 2011 IBM
    • IBM Global Business Services Petaflop Super computers Zettabytes of Internet traffic Scientists working to prevent influenza outbreaks, model the IP-traffic exceeded 1 Zettabyte in viruses with a super-computer 2011 – a 540.000x increase from operating at one petaflop 2003.8 INTELLIGENT © 2011 IBM
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    • Erik Fischer The Geotaggers’ World Atlas: Copenhagen http://www.flickr.com/photos/walkingsf/sets/72157623971287575/12
    • IBM Sensor Solutions IBM City-in-Motion analyses multi-modal-traffic in real-time © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • TARGET Pregnancy-prediction Model - http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/19/magazine/shopping-habits.html14
    • IBM Mobile Solutions © 2012 IBM Corporation15
    • 16 Source: Guthrie Dolin, ”Connected Personal Objects – Getting intimate with the IoT”, Slideshare: http://goo.gl/lzMdv
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    • © 2010 IBM Corporation
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    • Neurowear Necomimi http://en.necomimi.com/22
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    • Watson: From Jeopardy winner to healthcare provider28
    • IBM Mobile Solutions © 2012 IBM Corporation29
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    • We are ushering in a new wave of innovation Age 6th Wave Age of IT & of Oil, Cars Telecom Age and Mass of Steel, Production 5th Wave Electricity and Heavy Engineering 4th Wave SmarterInnovation Age 3rd Wave of Steam and Railways Products The Industrial  Instrumented, Revolution 2nd Wave interconnected, and intelligent 1st Wave  Building blocks for a smarter planet  Sustainability 1770 1830 1875 1920 1970 2010 Source: “Next Generation Green: Tomorrow’s Innovation Green Business Leaders”, Business Week, Feb 4, 2008 and Nicolai Kontratiev: “The Major Economic Cycles” (1925)
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    • Price34
    • Biodynamic Organic Conventional Pesticides Production method Herpacides Price Network Chemicals Production environment Child labor Sustainability Packaging Climate Geosphere Profiled change Environmental Health footprint consequences Positive Biosphere GMO Track Negative Sociosphere Health impact Transport Sustainability History/Origin35
    • 6th Wave36 James Bradfield Moody & Bianca Nogrady: The Sixth Wave – How to succeed in a ressource-limted world
    • First, concrete Dissatisfaction Vision of what is steps that can be with how things Resistance possible taken towards are now the vision37 The formula for change (Gleichers Formula)
    • MACHINE ORGANISMThink of the company as a Or an • Controlled by an operator • A complex, dymanic growing system • Needs maintentenance and fixes • System of systems • Allways works the same way it its • Cannot be controlled but can be designed lifetime – buy a new to change and managed for productivity • Organisational design by division • Organisational design by connections Long-living companies characterised by: • Ecosystems: Decentralised, loosely coupled and fuzzy external borderlines • Strong identity: Values-driven, strong shared culture • Active listening: Focused on the world around, constantly seeking opportunities38
    • Thank you Kim Escherich IBM Global Business Services escherich@dk.ibm.com +45 2880 4733 internetofthings.dk escherich.biz @kescherich /in/escherich /escherich kescherich@gmail.com39