Open Internet of ThingsDr Laura JamesOpen Knowledge Foundation
Open Internet of Things
Open Internet of Things
Open KnowledgeFoundation‘Open knowledge’ is any content, information ordata that people are free to use, re-use andredistr...
http://opendefinition.org/Essentially: “a piece of content or data is open if anyone isfree to use, reuse, and redistribute...
not personal data /knowledge / stuff
Why open data?
what do we get from opendata?
morequantity changes quality
better
where are we with opendata today?
where are we with opendata today?
open what?
open lots of things
open data
open datawhat’s personal data? what’s not personal data?
open datalet’s anonymise it all?
open dataneed for privacy
open datamost people are not you (1)
open datamost people are not you (2)
open datadesign for everyone, not just you
SecurityEngineeringwww.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/
open data standardse.g. dataprotocols.org
open data catalog standardsspec.datacatalogs.org/
open datathink beyond databases
open datathink about alternatives
open datapersonal containerse.g. perscon.net
open databig challenges, big rewards
open source softwarechoice + sustainability
open source softwaretransparency + trust
open hardware
open hardwareopen what?
open coresgates within FPGAsand ASICse.g. opencores.org
openelectronicscircuit diagrams, boardlayouts, bills of materials
open docs
opennetworkprotocolse.g. ietf.org
open design
open designworking grouphttp://design.okfn.org“We aim to use existing definitionsfor inspiration: including the firstOpen De...
open web designopendesigns.org
open graphic designwww.opengraphicdesign.com
open fontsOpen type design, SIL Open Font License
open product designe.g. openmoko.org
open product designe.g. sketchchair.cc
open fashion designe.g. openwear.org
open architectureopenarchitecturenetwork.org
open innovatione.g. 100% open www.100open.com
open recycling & reusee.g. ikeahackers.net
open accesse.g. access.okfn.org
open interior design?e.g. instructablesrestaurant.com
open carse.g. riversimple.com
open public service design?e.g.www.openpublicservices.cabinetoffice.gov.uk
open manufacturing
open toolse.g. makerbot.com
open sourcinge.g. sourcemap.com
open testinge.g. ethereal.com
open materialse.g. openmaterials.org
what is all this open stuff?
what is all this open stuff?is it design?
what is all this open stuff?is it software?
what is all this open stuff?is it processes?
what is all this open stuff?is it data?
what is all this open stuff?(it matters!)
open licences
open licensinghttp://opendefinition.org/guide/
open educational resourcesand other open educational stuff
School of Dataschoolofdata.org
stepping backphew :)
changing the world
changing the worldwhy open?
changing the worldat scale
changing the worldsustainable
business models
business modelsthe internet of things is all about systems
business modelsan example
business modelsbusiness model innovation
business modelswhy?
pragmatism
pragmatismprinciples + practice
pragmatismit’s why we are here
pragmatismdo you care if it’s turtles all the way down?
humility
humility
wrapping up:
know your goals
stay focussed
raise your sights
remember what openmeans
thank you
thank youLaura.James@okfn.orgLBJ.org.uk             okfn.org@LaurieJ                @OKFN@cammakespace
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  1. 1. Open Internet of ThingsDr Laura JamesOpen Knowledge Foundation
  2. 2. Open Internet of Things
  3. 3. Open Internet of Things
  4. 4. Open KnowledgeFoundation‘Open knowledge’ is any content, information ordata that people are free to use, re-use andredistribute — without any legal, technological orsocial restriction.
  5. 5. http://opendefinition.org/Essentially: “a piece of content or data is open if anyone isfree to use, reuse, and redistribute it — subject only, at most,to the requirement to attribute and share-alike.”.
  6. 6. not personal data /knowledge / stuff
  7. 7. Why open data?
  8. 8. what do we get from opendata?
  9. 9. morequantity changes quality
  10. 10. better
  11. 11. where are we with opendata today?
  12. 12. where are we with opendata today?
  13. 13. open what?
  14. 14. open lots of things
  15. 15. open data
  16. 16. open datawhat’s personal data? what’s not personal data?
  17. 17. open datalet’s anonymise it all?
  18. 18. open dataneed for privacy
  19. 19. open datamost people are not you (1)
  20. 20. open datamost people are not you (2)
  21. 21. open datadesign for everyone, not just you
  22. 22. SecurityEngineeringwww.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/
  23. 23. open data standardse.g. dataprotocols.org
  24. 24. open data catalog standardsspec.datacatalogs.org/
  25. 25. open datathink beyond databases
  26. 26. open datathink about alternatives
  27. 27. open datapersonal containerse.g. perscon.net
  28. 28. open databig challenges, big rewards
  29. 29. open source softwarechoice + sustainability
  30. 30. open source softwaretransparency + trust
  31. 31. open hardware
  32. 32. open hardwareopen what?
  33. 33. open coresgates within FPGAsand ASICse.g. opencores.org
  34. 34. openelectronicscircuit diagrams, boardlayouts, bills of materials
  35. 35. open docs
  36. 36. opennetworkprotocolse.g. ietf.org
  37. 37. open design
  38. 38. open designworking grouphttp://design.okfn.org“We aim to use existing definitionsfor inspiration: including the firstOpen Design definition drafted in2000, the Open Design Manifesto,the Open Design page onWikipedia and the Open Hardwaredefinition.”
  39. 39. open web designopendesigns.org
  40. 40. open graphic designwww.opengraphicdesign.com
  41. 41. open fontsOpen type design, SIL Open Font License
  42. 42. open product designe.g. openmoko.org
  43. 43. open product designe.g. sketchchair.cc
  44. 44. open fashion designe.g. openwear.org
  45. 45. open architectureopenarchitecturenetwork.org
  46. 46. open innovatione.g. 100% open www.100open.com
  47. 47. open recycling & reusee.g. ikeahackers.net
  48. 48. open accesse.g. access.okfn.org
  49. 49. open interior design?e.g. instructablesrestaurant.com
  50. 50. open carse.g. riversimple.com
  51. 51. open public service design?e.g.www.openpublicservices.cabinetoffice.gov.uk
  52. 52. open manufacturing
  53. 53. open toolse.g. makerbot.com
  54. 54. open sourcinge.g. sourcemap.com
  55. 55. open testinge.g. ethereal.com
  56. 56. open materialse.g. openmaterials.org
  57. 57. what is all this open stuff?
  58. 58. what is all this open stuff?is it design?
  59. 59. what is all this open stuff?is it software?
  60. 60. what is all this open stuff?is it processes?
  61. 61. what is all this open stuff?is it data?
  62. 62. what is all this open stuff?(it matters!)
  63. 63. open licences
  64. 64. open licensinghttp://opendefinition.org/guide/
  65. 65. open educational resourcesand other open educational stuff
  66. 66. School of Dataschoolofdata.org
  67. 67. stepping backphew :)
  68. 68. changing the world
  69. 69. changing the worldwhy open?
  70. 70. changing the worldat scale
  71. 71. changing the worldsustainable
  72. 72. business models
  73. 73. business modelsthe internet of things is all about systems
  74. 74. business modelsan example
  75. 75. business modelsbusiness model innovation
  76. 76. business modelswhy?
  77. 77. pragmatism
  78. 78. pragmatismprinciples + practice
  79. 79. pragmatismit’s why we are here
  80. 80. pragmatismdo you care if it’s turtles all the way down?
  81. 81. humility
  82. 82. humility
  83. 83. wrapping up:
  84. 84. know your goals
  85. 85. stay focussed
  86. 86. raise your sights
  87. 87. remember what openmeans
  88. 88. thank you
  89. 89. thank youLaura.James@okfn.orgLBJ.org.uk okfn.org@LaurieJ @OKFN@cammakespace
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