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    • Technology in Crime Prevention Kim Escherich, Executive Innovation Architect, IBM @ Smarter Business Conference 20121
    • What  happens?  2
    • Paradigm  shi1  3
    • 340.282.366.920.938.463.463.374.607.431.768.211.456   Connected  things   50   40   Billion   30   20   10   People   0   2003   2010   2015   2020  4 Source:  Cisco  IoT  2011  infographic  
    • IBM Global Business Services Billions  of  RFID-­‐tags   embedded  into  our   world  and  across   ecosystems   Ze-abyte  Internet   Billions  of   Smartphones,  and   +2  billion     GPS-­‐devices   Internet-­‐subscribers   Petaflop   Super  computers     +20  billion     Connected  devices   INSTRUMENTED   INTERCONNECTED   INTELLIGENT  5 © 2011 IBM
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    • Erik  Fischer   The  Geotaggers’  World  Atlas:  Copenhagen    hRp://www.flickr.com/photos/walkingsf/sets/72157623971287575/  8
    • Talking  Tree  hRp://talking-­‐tree.com/   9
    • A  COW  Transmits  200  Mb  data/year  10
    • TELE-­‐PRESENT  WATER  David  Bowen  -­‐  hRp://vimeo.com/25781176   11
    • Neurowear  Necomimi   hRp://en.necomimi.com/  12
    • Wild  uses  of  data  13
    • Watson:  From  Jeopardy  winner  to  healthcare  provider  14
    • TARGET   Pregnancy-­‐predic_on  Model  -­‐  hRp://www.ny_mes.com/2012/02/19/magazine/shopping-­‐habits.html    15
    • Vestas  op_mizes  capital  investments   based  on  2.5  Petabytes  of  informa_on  16
    • The  challenges  in  figh_ng  chrime   …and  how  to  solve  17
    • 18
    • NYPD:  Real  Time  Crime  Center   NYPD     provides  mobile  access  to   more  than  120  million   criminal  complaints,  arrests   and  911  records     19
    • TALES  Translingual  Automa_c  Language  Expolita_on  System   20
    • Memphis  Police:  Blue  CRUSH  –  Predic_ve  Analy_cs     Memphis  Police  Dept     reduces  crime  19%  over  four  years     ROI:  863%   Payback:  2.7  months   Average  annual  benefit:  $7,205,501  21
    • Intelligent  City  Opera_ons  Center  for  Smart  Ci_es   22
    • Centro  Integrado  de  Seguridad  y  Emergencias  de  Madrid   CISEM  have  reduced   emergency  response  _me   with  25%  by  unified  view   of  data  and    end-­‐to-­‐end   coordina_on  23
    • The  Gaian  Database  A  Secure  Dynamic  Distributed  Federated  Database  24
    • Thank  you,  and  happy  inves_ga_on  25
    •       Kim  Escherich   IBM  Global  Business  Services   escherich@dk.ibm.com   +45  2880  4733     interneto1hings.dk   escherich.biz   @kescherich   /in/escherich   /escherich   kescherich@gmail.com  26