Internet of Things- Driving the Next Decade


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IDC estimates predict Internet of Things (IoT) market to grow to $8.9 trillion with over 212 billion connected things by 2020. With Internet of Things we are talking about internet enabled- connected, smart devices that can network and communicate with each other to manage our world intelligently.

The ‘things’ under IoT have embedded intelligence with the ability to collect, analyze data and share it via machine to machine (M2M) or in real-time with cloud-based solutions to provide new innovation in business and consumer services/applications like business process automation, home automation, medical device functionality, data center automation, security, building automation and the list goes on. In other words, combining hardware, software, technology mash-ups (mobile, cloud, WSN, analytics), robotics and much more, to improve the quality of our lives.

Key Takeaways:

1- What is IoT? Why is it significant?
2- Which market segments will be early adopters of IoT products/services?
3- What IoT holds for software services companies?
4- Who is providing leadership and governance of the IoT specification(s)?
5- What significant impacts will IoT have on cloud computing, big data and analytics?
6- What are the new solutions and businesses under development as a result of IoT?

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Internet of Things- Driving the Next Decade

  1. 1. © Harbinger Systems | Welcome to the Webinar on Internet of Things Driving the Next Decade By Harbinger Systems
  2. 2. © Harbinger Systems | Panellists Maheshkumar Kharade Associate Architect Harbinger Systems Anjanikumar Shukla General Manager Business Development Harbinger Systems 2 Mandar Kulkarni Marketing Manager Harbinger Systems
  3. 3. © Harbinger Systems | Agenda • What Is IoT? Why Is It Significant? • Early Adopters Of IoT • Role Of Software Services Companies • Active Players • IoT Specifications • Impact Of IoT On Cloud Computing, Big Data And Analytics • New Solutions And Businesses Under Development • Q&A 3
  4. 4. © Harbinger Systems | How Big is IoT? 500 Million 2003 12.5 Billion 2010 25 Billion 2015 50 Billion 2020 2008 More Connected Devices than People
  5. 5. © Harbinger Systems | A Trillion Dollar Opportunity Home Automation- $397 Billion by 2020 Healthcare- $47 Billion by 2020 Industries- $270 Billion by 2020 Infrastructure- $210 Billion by 2020 Source: Harbor Research
  6. 6. © Harbinger Systems | What is IoT It’s the idea that any physical object can connect to the internet and communicate with other objects/humans to relay information. It is not just about people communicating with people, or machines communicating with machines; it also includes people communicating with machines, and machines communicating with people
  7. 7. © Harbinger Systems | Wearable Health monitors Fitness Trackers Forest Fire Detection Air quality monitoring 40% Savings on waste collection in Finland Smart parking: Reduced CO2 emissions by 400 tonnes Why is it significant Dynamic control of industry and daily life Improves the resource utilization ratio Better relationship between human and nature Improving Quality of life
  8. 8. © Harbinger Systems | Early Adopters of IoT Source: Harbor Research
  9. 9. © Harbinger Systems | Role of software services companies Enabling the features and capabilities required to build IoT. Enabling the underlying M2M interactions Ensuring that devices operate in a reliable and robust manner Bridge between networks and controllers. Develop Flexible, easy-to-use software that provides means for OEMs to differentiate their products from their competitors Enables each person to use the device and interface of their choice Ensure Full security along the entire path
  10. 10. © Harbinger Systems | Active Players • A comprehensive platform for the entire M2M architecture • Embedded data-management systems, Big data technologies • Middleware and Analytics technologies End-to-End IOT solution ranging from • Integrated M2M platform • Apps, Connectivity, and Real-time Predictive Analysis • Embedded Networks • Industrial Networking • Physical security Solutions Embedded processing solutions for automotive, consumer, industrial and networking markets. • RM creates sensors, controllers, & other embedded intelligence in devices • Industrial Internet • Appliances • Power Systems • Lighting • Building intelligent devices • Connecting legacy devices to the cloud • Enabling end-to-end analytics. • End-to-End Solution • Provides hardware, equipment to track & sense data • App development • Has acquired many IoT startups • Boston Dynamics, Deepmind, Nest • Open automotive alliance- Connected Cars • A Public Cloud specifically built for the Internet of Things Product Architecture, Specification & Design • User interface, web & Mobile App Development • Recently Launched CarPlay • A plug n play phone cum in car infotainment system • Voice Controlled
  11. 11. © Harbinger Systems | IoT Specifications – A Glimpse Embedded Operating Systems Tiny OS Contiki Mantis Nano-RK LiteOS FreeRTOS Protocols Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) REST Message Queue Telemetry Transport (MQTT) Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) Communication ZigBee Z-Wave Insteon EnOcean ONE-NET KNX LonWorks IEEE 802.11 Bluetooth (LE) Infrared WiFi, WIMAX WAN, LAN, MAN, PAN LTE,4g, DASH7 Backbone IPV6 UDP TCP 6LoWPAN Platforms SAP HANA SensorCloud ThingSpeak Ninja Platform Yaler Platform
  12. 12. © Harbinger Systems | Impact of IoT on cloud computing, big data and analytics? • Cloud Computing – Cloud centric IoT – Cloud services and IoT – What next?? • Big Data and Analytics – Most viable data storage option – The Problem: Mega Big Data – Focus on predictive analytics solutions
  13. 13. © Harbinger Systems | IoT Application – A Case
  14. 14. © Harbinger Systems | Case Study- Remote Activation and Monitoring of a Router Wifi Router Connect over Wi-Fi Wifi Router Admin Portal 3- Complete Activation 2- Activate device 1- Get WAN Settings 4- Activation Acknowledgement
  15. 15. © Harbinger Systems | New solutions and Businesses under development Internet of Things Value Architecture
  16. 16. © Harbinger Systems | Summary/conclusion • With over 200+ billion connected devices, demand for IoT app development to skyrocket • Barriers/ Challenges – Managing and fostering rapid innovation is a challenge for governments – Privacy and security – Absence of governance – Interoperability • Connecting things is not the solution to all problems • Don’t come up with Dumb Smart Products – Egg Minder tray • Best idea is to Make Dumb Products Smart – Garbage bins
  17. 17. © Harbinger Systems | Q & A 17 References: - Harbor-Research_IoT-Market-Opps-Paper_2013 - - -
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