Enabling the Internet of Things:
Sensors, Communication & Cloud
Javier Martinez
j.martinez@libelium.com
The vision: a new world full of sensors

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Three elements common to all IoT Projects

Sensor

Communication

Information Cloud

GPRS /
3G

Our solution: Waspmote Pla...
IoT Fact #1: opportunities come from many verticals and markets

4
IoT Fact #2: the market is difficult to forecast

Cloud (2010, 2011)
IoT (2013)
IoT (2012)
IoT (2011)

WSN (2007)
Cloud (2...
IoT Fact #3: market is too fragmented to meet Pareto Law
37% of references bought in 80% of cases
Sensors sold 2013 (Libel...
Smart Cities: technical challenges

7
Smart Cities: the REAL challenges

*Technology is the “easy” part
*COORDINATION inside municipalities
*Funding: public or ...
Agriculture: opportunities

9
Agriculture: challenges

10
Smart Cities: user cases and applications

11
Integrating Sensor Information with Bosch Software Suite

12
Customer example: Bosch Security Systems (U.S.)

13
Building the new world together!

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Libelium: Enabling the Internet of Things - J. Martinez @ Bosch Connected World #BCW - 2014

  1. 1. Enabling the Internet of Things: Sensors, Communication & Cloud Javier Martinez j.martinez@libelium.com
  2. 2. The vision: a new world full of sensors 2
  3. 3. Three elements common to all IoT Projects Sensor Communication Information Cloud GPRS / 3G Our solution: Waspmote Platform sends any SENSOR data using any COMMUNICATION protocol to any INFORMATION SYSTEM so that ANYONE can play in the IoT scenario 3
  4. 4. IoT Fact #1: opportunities come from many verticals and markets 4
  5. 5. IoT Fact #2: the market is difficult to forecast Cloud (2010, 2011) IoT (2013) IoT (2012) IoT (2011) WSN (2007) Cloud (2012) WSN (2009) M2M (2011, 2012) WSN (2010, 2011, 2012) M2M (2013) WSN (2005) WSN (2013) Cloud (2013) WSN (2006) 5
  6. 6. IoT Fact #3: market is too fragmented to meet Pareto Law 37% of references bought in 80% of cases Sensors sold 2013 (Libelium) Temperature 12.07% Others 19.34% Humidity 10.38% Air Pressure 1.81% Dust 1.85% O3 1.89% Weather Meters 2.16% LDR 8.71% Solar radiation 2.16% CO 2.24% Noise 2.55% CO2 6.86% Soil Moisture 3.46% NO2 3.46% Air Pollutants 5.99% O2 5.70% VOC 5.02% Digital Humidity (RH&T) 4.37% 6
  7. 7. Smart Cities: technical challenges 7
  8. 8. Smart Cities: the REAL challenges *Technology is the “easy” part *COORDINATION inside municipalities *Funding: public or private? *CITIZENS ● What are you doing with MY taxes? ● Is it safe? ● How will I benefit from this? 8
  9. 9. Agriculture: opportunities 9
  10. 10. Agriculture: challenges 10
  11. 11. Smart Cities: user cases and applications 11
  12. 12. Integrating Sensor Information with Bosch Software Suite 12
  13. 13. Customer example: Bosch Security Systems (U.S.) 13
  14. 14. Building the new world together! 14
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