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    Game Changers: The Internet of Things Game Changers: The Internet of Things Presentation Transcript

    • An electronic version of these slides is available online The Internet of Things Game Changers TEPEE Rolling Meadows, IL 14 Mar 2013 James P. MacLennan Chicago, IL 21 Mar 2013
    • internet of things? 3
    • internet of thingsPopular? All Categories 4
    • internet of things byodPopular? All Categories 5
    • internet of things byod big dataPopular? All Categories 6
    • internet of things byod big dataNot So Popular cloud All Categories 7
    • internet of things byod big dataRelevant? cloud All Categories 8
    • internet of thingsRelevant? All Categories 9
    • internet of thingsRecently, Increasingly Relevant Business & Industrial 10
    • #iot• What is it?• How does it work?• Why should I care?• What should I do next? 11
    • Links for Further Reading 12
    • • What is it?• How does it work?• Why should I care?• What should I do next? 13
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    • Origins 15
    • ca. 2000 …the “Internet Refrigerator” 16
    • Before … … the Internet connected PeopleNext … … the Internet connects Things 17
    • Visionary Definitions Cisco Blog: The Internet of Things [INFOGRAPHIC] IBM Social Media: The Internet of Things 18
    • Cisco – “the Internet of Everything”#tomorrowstartshere 19
    • GE – “Brilliant Machines”#brilliantmachines 20
    • • What is it?• How does it work?• Why should I care?• What should I do next? 21
    • Sensors on Things talk to People Social Networking for My Toaster 22
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    • Sensors on Things talk to People Wireless cardiac monitor lets physician know about status, risks Sensor on your shipped package, sends data on location, plus temperate, tampering Physical activity tracker sends data to your smartphone 24
    • Sensors on Things talk to Other Things 25
    • Sensors on Things talk to Other Things 26
    • Sensors on Things talk to Other Things 27
    • • What is it?• How does it work?• Why should I care?• What should I do next? 29
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    •  Demand on Your Infrastructure Disruption for Your Business Opportunities for Your Business Source of Big Data 31
    •  Demand on Your Infrastructure Disruption for Your Business Opportunities for Your Business Source of Big Data 32
    • Here’s Lookin’ Up Yer Address 9 billion connected devices in 2011  20B in 2020 IPv4: 4.1B unique IP addresses 4,100,000,000 IPv6: 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 (plenty of room) 33
    •  Demand on Your Infrastructure Disruption for Your Business Opportunities for Your Business Source of Big Data 34
    •  Demand on Your Infrastructure Disruption for Your Business Opportunities for Your Business Source of Big Data 36
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    • • What is it?• How does it work?• Why should I care?• What should I do next? 45
    • Play - Devices Arduino Raspberry Pi • Microcontroller • Microprocessor • Low Power • Complex Applications • High Reliability • Networked Applications 46
    • Play – Big Data 47
    • Four “next level” questions • Devices are nothing without a service (so, where is the service?) • How many internets of things will we have? • Where will the intelligence live? • Where are the toll bridges?
    • Game Changer: The Internet of Things Slides available onlineTEPEE MeetingRolling Meadows, IL 14 Mar 2013Chicago, IL 21 Mar 2013 James P. MacLennan Chief Information Officer IDEX Corporation www.cazh1.com 1925 West Field Court Lake Forest, IL 60045 (847) 664 4775 jmaclennan@idexcorp.com www.cazh1.com This presentation is licensed under the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States license, available at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/20130314 Game Changers – The Internet of Things.PPTM Image Credits: Next Page
    • This presentation is licensed under the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States license, available at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ IMAGESExample IPv6-to-IPv4 Tunnel, Physical and Logical View EPC RFID Tag Excerpt fromCCNA ICND2 Official Exam by Sakurambo [CC-BY-SA 3.0] Certification Guide (CCNA Exams 640-816 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by- and 640-802), 2nd Edition. sa/3.0)], via Wikipedia via NetworkWorld RFID in the Warehouse Internet of Things [INFOGRAPHIC] from Microsoft RFID Technology Overview from Cisco Blog via MSDN http://blogs.cisco.com/news/the-internet-of- http://msdn.microsoft.com/en- things-infographic/ us/library/aa479362.aspxThe products or characters depicted in these slides are © by Respective Copyright Owners No Animals Were Harmed in the Making of This Presentation
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