Android Beyond The Phone

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Here's my keynote presentation from the Android Builders Summit at Kabuki Hotel in San Francisco, April 14, 2011.

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Android Beyond The Phone

  1. 1. ANDROID:  BEYOND  THE  PHONE  Marko  Gargenta,  Marakana  
  2. 2. About  Marko  Gargenta   Developer  of  Android  Bootcamp  for  Marakana.   Instructor  for  1,000s  of  developers  on  Android  at   Qualcomm,  Cisco,  Motorola,  Texas  Instruments,  Sony-­‐ Ericsson,  Sharp,  NetGear,  DoD  and  other  great  orgs.   Author  of  Learning  Android  published  by  O’Reilly.   Speaker  at  OSCON  (3x),  ACM,  IEEE,  SDC,  AnDevCon,  etc.     Co-­‐founder  of  SFAndroid.org  
  3. 3. Agenda  •  Android  Advantages   –  It’s  Open   –  Got  Apps   –  Full  Stack  •  Case  Studies   –  Photocopiers   –  Public  safety   –  Military   –  Enterprise  tablets   –  TV  box   –  Cars  •  Summary  
  4. 4. Android  Advantages  1. It’s  open  2. It’s  got  apps  3. It’s  a  complete  stack  
  5. 5. It’s  Open  
  6. 6. Got  Apps  
  7. 7. The  Stack  
  8. 8. Case  Studies  •  Business  tablet/phone   •  Set-­‐top  boxes  •  Public  safety   •  Cars  •  Military   •  Other  
  9. 9. Based  on  true  events.  Names  may    have  been  changed  to  protect  the   innocent.  
  10. 10. MulT-­‐funcTon  Printer   MulT-­‐funcTon  Printer/Copier/Scanner   Android  as  control  panel  for  a  mulT-­‐funcTon  copier/ scanner/fax  machine.  
  11. 11. MulT-­‐funcTon  Printer   The  Approach  Why  Android?   Missing  pieces:  •  App  development   •  Custom  drivers   framework   •  Custom  libraries  •  Touch  screen   •  App  framework  support  •  Graphics   •  The  new  home  app  •  WiFi  and  networking  
  12. 12. MulT-­‐funcTon  Printer   The  SoluTon  
  13. 13. Public  Safety  SoluTon   Public  Safety  SoluTon   Customizing  Android  to  fit  the  requirements  of  life-­‐or-­‐death   situaTons.  
  14. 14. Public  Safety  SoluTon   The  Approach  Why  Android   Missing  pieces  •  Complete  stack   •  Priority  of  services  •  Available  hardware   •  CriTcal  services  •  App  abstracTon   •  App/app  store  control   •  Security  
  15. 15. Public  Safety  SoluTon   The  SoluTon  
  16. 16. Military   Department  of  Defense   DoD:  Building  custom  Android  OS  to  run  on  consumer  devices.  
  17. 17. Military   The  Approach  Why  Android?   Missing  pieces  •  Off  the  shelf  hardware   •  Device  management  •  Open  source  plaorm   •  Security  •  Developer  base   •  Priority  of  services  •  Inexpensive  soluTon   •  App/app  market  locking   •  Proprietary  app  market  
  18. 18. Military   The  SoluTon  
  19. 19. Enterprise  Tablet   Cisco  Cius   Tablet  for  business.  Built  on  Android  OS,  but  substanTally   modified  and  hardened  for  enterprise  usage.  
  20. 20. Enterprise  Tablet   The  Approach  Why  Android   Missing  pieces  •  Open  and  portable   •  Enterprise  apps  •  Complete  stack   •  Device  management  •  Apps   •  Security  •  Developers   •  Enterprise  app  market   •  MulT-­‐user  support   •  VoIP  telephony   •  Video  conferencing  
  21. 21. Enterprise  Tablet   The  SoluTon  
  22. 22. TV  Box   Android  TV  Boxes   From  Google  TV  to  3rd-­‐party  manufactures.  This  is   another  big  trend  on  the  horizon.  
  23. 23. TV  Box   The  Approach  Why  Android   Missing  pieces  •  Complete  plaorm   •  UI  for  TV  use  •  Quick-­‐to-­‐market  soluTon   •  Picture  in  picture  •  Apps   •  Streaming  and  DRM   soluTons  
  24. 24. TV  Box   The  SoluTon  
  25. 25. Networked  Cars   Networked  Cars   The  next  fronTer  is  the  car.    
  26. 26. Networked  Cars   The  Approach  Why  Android   Missing  pieces  •  Quick  plaorm  for  UI   •  Reliability  for  auto  industry   development   •  Support  for  custom  •  Developer  base   hardware  •  Stack  has  many  pieces   •  MulT  screen  support   already  
  27. 27. Networked  Cars   The  SoluTon  
  28. 28. Other  Non-­‐Phone  Usage  More  than  just  a  phone  OS,  Android  is  becoming  de-­‐facto  plaorm  for   embedded  and  connected  devices.  
  29. 29. Summary   Android  is  open  and  complete   operaTng  system  stack  with   familiar  framework  to  develop   apps.     Marko  Gargenta,  Marakana.com   marko@marakana.com   +1-­‐415-­‐647-­‐7000  

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