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  • Added the Stat “Became fully financed in November, 2010 and will launch the first eight satellites in the first half of 2013” as per their website: http://www.o3bnetworks.com/welcome-to-o3b.aspx. Also added all their financial partners.Updated pictues 7.18.2012
  • 8.6.2012 UPDATED STATS CAME FROM:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mobile_network_operators_of_the_Middle_East_and_Africa#BahrainAND FOR CYPRUS/EUROPE:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mobile_network_operators_of_Europe#Cyprus
  • Updated: New FCBH Facebook screenshot and added the Bible.is is app icon into the picture (7.18.2012)UPDATE: localized pages transition added 7.19.2012
  • Updated: New FCBH Facebook screenshot and added the Bible.is is app icon into the picture (7.18.2012)UPDATE: localized pages transition added 7.19.2012
  • Changed Digital Bible Project to PLATFORM 7.18.2012
  • this slide better illustrates how we have come to the DBP API. All of these different data sources have forced us to centralize and open it up for our own applications. The DBP is basically like a Sabre backend, it standardizes and builds a robust infrastructure in the backend that allows applications to be rapidly developed and automatically updated through our API. Developers no longer need to worry about the infrastructure, they build on top of ours and reap all the benefits.
  • this slide better illustrates how we have come to the DBP API. All of these different data sources have forced us to centralize and open it up for our own applications. The DBP is basically like a Sabre backend, it standardizes and builds a robust infrastructure in the backend that allows applications to be rapidly developed and automatically updated through our API. Developers no longer need to worry about the infrastructure, they build on top of ours and reap all the benefits.Changed to Digital Bible Platform 7.18.2012 --Brian
  • this slide better illustrates how we have come to the DBP API. All of these different data sources have forced us to centralize and open it up for our own applications. The DBP is basically like a Sabre backend, it standardizes and builds a robust infrastructure in the backend that allows applications to be rapidly developed and automatically updated through our API. Developers no longer need to worry about the infrastructure, they build on top of ours and reap all the benefits.7.19.2012—Edited slide--Brian
  • Updated: Platform Pics, added ONLINE to current platforms, took away Facebook apps, as it is being rebooted to adhere to FB’s new criteria’s. 7.18.2012--Brian

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  • 1. Technology Trends
  • 2. Technology Trends• New Distribution Models • Current Internet & Mobile Statistics • Satellite: O3B Network • Internet usage by region • Mobile / Cellular • Broadband penetration • Digital readers • 10/40 Countries • Social Networks • Mobile Phone Subscribers • App Stores • Print on Demand
  • 3. FCBH HistoryFaith Comes By Hearing has been innovating since its inception with a simple goal: To reach and disciple the worlds poor and illiterate with the pure Word of God. 2005 2007 Mini-Proclaimer BibleStick 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2012 1972 Audio Catalog FCBH Founded 2004 2009 Started Proclaimer Digital Bible Platform
  • 4. • O3b Networks is launching a satellite-based telecommunicationsinfrastructure that will literally circle the world• Became fully financed in November, 2010 and will launch the first eightsatellites in the first half of 2013• Organizations offering financial and operational support: Google, Liberty Global, HSBC, SES, DBSA, Satya Capital, North Bridge Venture Partners, Allen & Company Source: http://www.o3bnetworks.com/welcome-to-o3b.aspx Updated 9/1/2011
  • 5. Internet Usage Stats Population Internet Users Internet Users Penetration % Users Growth User % of World Regions 2010 Est. Dec. 31, 2000 Latest Data Population 2000 -2010 Table Africa 1,073,380,925 4,514,400 167,335,676 15.6 % 3,606.7 % 7.0 % Asia 3,922,066,987 114,304,000 1,076,681,059 27.5 % 841.9 % 44.8 % Europe 816,327,817 105,096,093 518,512,109 63.5 % 393.4 % 21.5 % Middle East 223,608,203 3,284,800 90,000,455 40.2 % 2,639.9 % 3.7 % North America 348,280,154 108,096,800 273,785,413 78.6 % 153.3 % 11.4 % Latin America / 592,994,842 18,068,919 254,915,884 43.0 % 1,310.8 % 10.6 % Caribbean Oceania / 35,815,913 7,620,480 24,279,579 67.8 % 218.6 % 1. % Australia World Total 7,017,846,922 360,985,492 2,405,510,175 34.3 % 566.4 % 100.0 % 2,405,510,175 Source: Internet World Stats - www.internetworldstats.com Stats as of 10/25/2012
  • 6. Broadband Penetration Rank Country HH Pen Rank Country HH Pen Rank Country HH Pen 1 Liechtenstein 137% 11 St. Kitts & Nevis 97% 21 Slovenia 58% 2 Monaco 123% 12 Macau 93% 22 Germany 58% 3 Qatar 115% 13 Switzerland 91% 23 Finland 58% 4 Malta 111% 14 Norway 88% 24 Spain 57% 5 Bahrain 108% 15 Denmark 88% 25 United States 28% 6 Luxembourg 105% 16 Guernsey 87% 7 Hong Kong 103% 17 Ireland 86% 8 South Korea 102% 18 Israel 85% 9 Iceland 101% 19 Netherlands 83% 10 Singapore 98% 20 Cyprus 80% Source: Strategy Analytics - www.strategyanalytics.com Stats as of 3/08/2010
  • 7. 10/40 Countries - Internet Users
  • 8. 10/40 Countries - Internet Users Country Users Country Users Country Users China 338,000,000 Syria 3,565,000 Benin 160,000 Japan 94,000,000 Sudan 3,800,000 Malta 200,200 India 60,000,000 Kazakhstan 1,900,600 Eritrea 150,000 Korea, South 37,475,800 Azerbaijan 1,500,000 Gambia 114,200 Turkey 26,500,000 Lebanon 1,570,000 Mali 125,000 Indonesia 25,000,000 Senegal 1,020,000 Laos 100,000 Iran 23,000,000 Kuwait 900,000 Somalia 98,000 Vietnam 21,514,417 Jordan 1,500,500 Burkina Faso 140,000 Pakistan 18,500,000 Sri Lanka 1,148,300 Turkmenistan 70,000 Taiwan 15,143,000 Kyrgyzstan 750,000 Cambodia 70,000 Malaysia 16,902,600 Afghanistan 580,000 Chad 130,000 Philippines 24,000,000 Bangladesh 500,000 Niger 80,000 Thailand 13,416,000 Cyprus 324,880 Myanmar 40,000 Nigeria 11,000,000 Nepal 397,500 Bhutan 40,000 Egypt 12,568,900 Mongolia 320,000 Guinea-Bissau 37,000 Portugal 4,450,800 Oman 469,000 Iraq 275,000 Morocco 10,300,000 Ethiopia 360,000 Maldives 71,700 Saudi Arabia 7,200,000 Qatar 436,000 Mauritania 30,000 Greece 4,932,495 Yemen 320,000 Tajikistan 484,200 Israel 5,263,146 Gaza Strip 266,000 Djibouti 11,000 Algeria 3,500,000 Libya 291,300 Guinea 90,000 Tunisia 1,765,430 Macau 238,000 East Timor 1,500 Uzbekistan 2,416,000 Brunei 187,900 Total: 1,119,606,470 United Arab Emirates 2,860,000 Bahrain 250,000
  • 9. ITU (International Telecommunications Union)191 member states as well as over 700 sector members, and include international and regionaltelecommunications organizations.Connecting the Unconnected by 2015An initiative of ITU and the UN to put cell phones in the hands of all the world.
  • 10. % Population MobilePhone Subscribers 78.5% 135%Values greater than 100% mean more 47%than one mobile phone per person 66% 92% 74% 98% ISRAEL 102% 132% 165% 76% 132% 163% 323% 231% 142% 38%
  • 11. % Population Mobile PhoneSubscribers RUSSIAValues greater than 100% mean more than 119%one mobile phone per person KAZAKHSTAN 111% MONGOLIA UZBEKISTAN 80%Asia Pacific Region: an estimated 2.6 billion 81% KYRGYZSTAN TURKMENISTAN 60% N. KOREAmobile phones activated 22% TAJIKISTAN 2% S. KOREA 42% 105% AFGANISTAN JAPAN 50% NEPAL CHINA 98% PAKISTAN 49% BHUTAN 66% 62% BANGLADESH 57% TAIWAN INDIA 48% MYANMAR 105% HONG KONG 76% 2% LAOS 210% 50% VIETNAM PHILIPPINES THAILAND 143% 108% 96% CAMBODIA SRI LANKA 69% 91% SINGAPORE MALAYSIA BRUNEI DARUSSALAM 156% 118% 109% INDONESIA 92%
  • 12. TUNISIA 106% MOROCCO% Population Mobile 114% ALGERIA LIBYA EGYPTPhone Subscribers WESTERN SAHARA 95% 170% 76% MAURITANIA MALI SUDANAfrica: Nearly 650 million mobile 86% 50% NIGER CHAD 42% ERITREA 3% SENEGAL 21%phone subscribers. (Dec. 2011) GAMBIA 77% BURKINA FASO 24% DJIBOUTI 15% GUINEA BISSAU GUINEA 36% South Sudan BENIN NIGERIA ETHIOPIA SOMALIA SIERRA LEONE COTE 54% CENTRAL 8% GHANA TOGO d’IVOIRE AFTRICAN 17% 5% 26%Expected to reach 735 million by LIBERIA 69% CAMEROON REPUBLICthe end of 2012 43% UGANDA EQUATORIAL GUINEA CONGO 31% KENYA GABON 85% DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF 74% Benin 85% 100% THE CONGO RWANDA 32% 15% BURUNDI Gambia 86% TANZANIA 20% Ghana 85% 48% Guinea 31% ANGOLA MALAWI 64% ZAMBIA 19% Guinea Bissau 42% 62% ZIMBABWE Equatorial Guinea 74% 75% MADAGASCAR NAMIBIA BOTSWANA MOZAMBIQUE 23% Liberia 44% 86% 119% 27% Sierra Leone 13% SWAZILAND SOUTH 50% Togo 43% LESOTHO AFRICA 100% 46%
  • 13. Social Networks“And he said to them, “Go into all the world and proclaim thegospel to the whole creation.” - Mark 16:15Social networking sites are the fastest growing segment of the web todaywith Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn being the mostprogressive.• 1 Billion monthly active users• 70 translations• 80% of active monthly users are outside the US• 600 million active users engage on mobile devicesIf Facebook was a country, it would be the 3rd largest in the world. Source: Facebook - -www.facebook.com/press/info.php?statistics Source: Facebook http://newsroom.fb.com/Key-Facts/Statistics- 8b.aspxStats as of 10/04/2012 Stats as of 09/01/2011
  • 14. Social Networking and Bible Engagement Programs
  • 15. Social Networking and Bible Engagement Programs
  • 16. Social Networking and Bible Engagement Programs Step 1: Basic details
  • 17. Social Networking and Bible Engagement Programs Step 2: Choose a Bible Program
  • 18. Social Networking and Bible Engagement Programs Step 2: Invite your Friends
  • 19. Social Networking and Bible Engagement Programs Facebook Bible Player Text
  • 20. The Digital Bible Platform• How are we going to do deliver this Bible content to all these users? • Our process is to internationalize, standardize, socialize, and distribute wisely through various standards compliant technologies and platforms. • A robust, comprehensive and user friendly back-end powered by cloud technologies that allow us to leverage low costs as well as be scalable on-demand. • With a team of highly capable and knowledgeable business, project and technology experts.
  • 21. HTML+ other standardslike those formed by the W3C
  • 22. Travelocity Priceline Expedia
  • 23. Digital Bible PlatformApplication Program Interface (API)
  • 24. Digital Bible Platform Application Program Interface (API)
  • 25. Current Platforms:-iOS-Android-Online
  • 26. Utilize next generation tools to bring the Bible into more people’slives.