THE REVOLUTION                AROUND THE CORNER                          How the                          Internet of Thin...
Martin Spindlermartin@mjays.net
Internet of Things?
Time Magazine,Inventions of the Year 2008
Three Laws
Moore’s LawTransistor Count and Moore’s Law 2011 by Wikipedia User Wgsimon, CC BY-SA
Koomey’s LawGraph of computations/kWh from 1946 to 2009 by Jonathan Koomey, CC BY-NC-ND
Metcalfe’s Law
24 Billion                               2020 (GSM Alliance)There will be 50 Billion Internet connected devices by 2020 (C...
3.1                                      in 2020There will be 6.5 Internet connected devices per person in 2020           ...
3.1                                          in 2020               5.5                                          todayThere...
“In fact, there are already more non-human users than human users on both the AT&T            and Verizon networks.”      ...
13 Sensors
iGeigie prototype by Sean Bonner, CC-BY-NC-SA
You are here.
PlanIT Valley, Portugal
“It’s not often that we get excited about a refrigerator, but    Samsung’s app-capable LCD cool-box has us salivating.This...
“We asked Samsungfor its smartest new      invention. This is what they     gave us.” Derek Thompson, The Atlantic
“[…] collecting all Internet Fridge ideas and the latest attempts    of large white goods manufacturers to address this ve...
Raspberry Pi pre-release board by Jared Smith, CC BY-SA
“The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into                   your TV and a keyboard.”
“The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into                   your TV and a keyboard.”              ...
Arduino Duemilanove and Arduino Nano by David Mellis, CC-BY
marvin/homesense by Russel Davies, CC BY-NC
bikemap/homesense by Russel Davies, CC BY-NC
Air Quality Egg
Thank you for your attention.
Martin Spindler   mjays.nettwitter.com/mjaysmartin@mjays.net
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again
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The slides for my talk at re:publica 2012. From the description of the talk:

Streetlights are online, geiger counters are. Fridges are online for the better part of the last ten years and cars are just now coming online. There’s hardly any consumer electronics left that aren’t in some way communicating on the internet. And with chips getting ever cheaper and ever smaller, even lightbulbs now communicate with the smart phone. There’s houses that tweet and pill cases that send SMS. All in all, there’s more “Things” on the mobile phone networks now than people. Everything’s connected it seems.

How about a little help then in setting it all into context?

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The revolution around the corner - How the Internet of Things changes everything again

  1. 1. THE REVOLUTION AROUND THE CORNER How the Internet of Things changes Everything, again.Martin Spindlerre:publica 2012, Berlin
  2. 2. Martin Spindlermartin@mjays.net
  3. 3. Internet of Things?
  4. 4. Time Magazine,Inventions of the Year 2008
  5. 5. Three Laws
  6. 6. Moore’s LawTransistor Count and Moore’s Law 2011 by Wikipedia User Wgsimon, CC BY-SA
  7. 7. Koomey’s LawGraph of computations/kWh from 1946 to 2009 by Jonathan Koomey, CC BY-NC-ND
  8. 8. Metcalfe’s Law
  9. 9. 24 Billion 2020 (GSM Alliance)There will be 50 Billion Internet connected devices by 2020 (Cisco) 1 Trillion 2015 (IBM)
  10. 10. 3.1 in 2020There will be 6.5 Internet connected devices per person in 2020 129.9 in 2015
  11. 11. 3.1 in 2020 5.5 todayThere will be Internet connected devices per person 6.5 in 2020 129.9 in 2015
  12. 12. “In fact, there are already more non-human users than human users on both the AT&T and Verizon networks.” Inc. Magazine, Feb. 2011
  13. 13. 13 Sensors
  14. 14. iGeigie prototype by Sean Bonner, CC-BY-NC-SA
  15. 15. You are here.
  16. 16. PlanIT Valley, Portugal
  17. 17. “It’s not often that we get excited about a refrigerator, but Samsung’s app-capable LCD cool-box has us salivating.This Wi-Fi-enabled 4-door fridge sports an 8-inch touchscreen,making it possible to use apps like like Epicurious for recipes, play music through Pandora (yes, it has speakers), read thenews, take notes, display photos and mark events on Google Calendar.” Andrew Couts, digitaltrends.com
  18. 18. “We asked Samsungfor its smartest new invention. This is what they gave us.” Derek Thompson, The Atlantic
  19. 19. “[…] collecting all Internet Fridge ideas and the latest attempts of large white goods manufacturers to address this venn diagram that simply won’t stick: Food management and the internet. Brilliant idea, crap implementation over and over again. But the hope lives on.” Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino on fuckyeahinternetfridge.tumblr.com
  20. 20. Raspberry Pi pre-release board by Jared Smith, CC BY-SA
  21. 21. “The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard.”
  22. 22. “The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard.” for $35
  23. 23. Arduino Duemilanove and Arduino Nano by David Mellis, CC-BY
  24. 24. marvin/homesense by Russel Davies, CC BY-NC
  25. 25. bikemap/homesense by Russel Davies, CC BY-NC
  26. 26. Air Quality Egg
  27. 27. Thank you for your attention.
  28. 28. Martin Spindler mjays.nettwitter.com/mjaysmartin@mjays.net

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