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OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle
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OpenPicus Keynote at Web of Things workshop 2012 in Newcastle

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The presentation keynote we gave at the Web of Things workshop in Newcastle on June the 19th 2012

The presentation keynote we gave at the Web of Things workshop in Newcastle on June the 19th 2012

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  • 1. connect  the  real  world  to  the  Cloud  
  • 2. About  us Hardware  -­‐    Flyport  system  on  module So6ware  -­‐    openPicus  framework  and  IDE Services  -­‐  Webserver,  email,  TCP,  UDP  and  more Flyport  and  the  Internet  of  Things Flyport  and  the  Smart  Home Community:  success  stories A  company  without  doors What’s  next Q&AopenPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 3. About  us openPicus  was  born  in  March  2010  in  Rome Founders:  Claudio  Carnevali  and  Gabriele  Allegria I  started  in  2001  a  company  that  designes  and  manufactures  Bluetooth     modules  for  B2B  market Gabriele  started  in  2003  a  company  that  installs  and  customize  high  level  home   automaUon  and  mulUmedia. We  started  openPicus  because  was  missing  a  low  cost,  easy  to   use  for  an  hobbyist  or  a  company,  pla:orm  to  Connect  things  to   the  Internet.   We  have  complementary  experUse:  I’m  more  involved  on  hardware  and  industrial  design,     Gabriele  is  the  So6ware  specialist.   We  decided  that  all  our  products  must  be  manufactured  in  Italy  respecUng  labor  and   environment  laws.  openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 4. About  us The  first  sketch  of  module  openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 5. Hardware 3  pin-­‐to-­‐pin  compaUble  modules:        -­‐  FLYPORT  WI-­‐FI        -­‐  FLYPORT  ETHERNET        -­‐  FLYPORT  GPRS  (under  development)   Processor   -­‐  MICROCHIP  PIC24FJ256  16  BITS  16  MIPS  (only  2$!)   Pinout  is  configurable  by  so6ware:  up  to  4  UARTs,  18  DIOs,  9  PWMs,  4   Analog  Inputs,  SPI,  I2C….  openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 6. HardwareopenPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 7. So6ware The  core  of  our  technology  is  the  openPicus  framework,  which  enables  embedded   devices  to  connect  to  the  Internet,  easily.   The  openPicus  framework,  based  on  freeRTOS,  manages  the  complexity  of  the  TCP/IP   stack  and  the  user  applicaUon  developed  using  the  free  IDE   Why  not  using  Linux?  Hardware  resources,  cost  and  power  consumpUon.  A  simple  16  bits   processor  is  much  more  efficient  for  our  target  applicaUons.   openPicus  Free  IDE  reduces   development  Jme  from  4-­‐6   months  to  few  weeks.     Zero  investment  on  tools:  each   Flyport  module  has  a  serial   bootloader  onboard.  openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 8. Services Flyport  modules  run  even  contemporaneosly  the  following  Internet  services:     Best in Class Customizable webserver e-mail client TCP client/server UDP client/server FTP client NEW: Firmware upgrade over Internet!openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 9. Flyport  and  IoT Libraries  are  available  for  most  of  the  Cloud  services  for  the  IoT:     New  libraries  are  coming  also  for  EVRYTHNG  and  other  IoT  service  providers.     Just  add  the  library  to  your  project,  compile  and  go!   Enough  processing  power,  flexible  pinout,  low  power  modes  and  embedded   connecUvity  make  Flyport  one  of  the  best  modules  for  the  rapid  development  of   IoT  applicaUons.    openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 10. Flyport  and  Smart  Home We  just  joined  the  EnOcean  alliance.     EnOcean  provides  Energy  harvesUng,  wireless,  based   home  automaUon  soluUons  such  as:     Bameryless  pushbumons     Solar  powered  sensors     PelUer  cells  powered  valves     Actuators  like  Relays  and  more     EnOcean  is  the  real  “last  mile”  for  the  DIY  home  automaUon.       In  2020  20  billions  devices  will  be  connected  to  the  Internet:  we  hope   that  most  of  them  will  be  powered  by  energy  harvesUng.  openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 11. Flyport  and  Smart  Home The  EnOcean  Nest  expansion  board  for  Flyport  will  open  the  doors  of  the  “democraUc   domoUc”     “DemocraUc  DomoUc”  is  our  vision  of  the  Smart   Home:  controlled  over  Internet,  low  cost,  DIY  and  openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio hackable!  
  • 12. Community:  success  cases The  first  web  controlled  interface  for  LEGO  NXT  robots:   crowdfunded  with  6k€  and  in  mass  producUon  from  July   An  open  Geiger  counter  to   realize  an  indipendent   worldwide  network  of  the   radiacUvity   A  Music  expansion  board  for  high   quality  audio  streaming  over  IP   (available  in  July)    openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 13. Community:  success  cases DOoIP  the  first  “off  the  shelf”  firmware  for   Flyport  to  let  mobile  devices  programmers  be   able  to  interact  with  the  physical  world.   DOoIP   DOoIP  is  a  JSON-­‐like  protocol  over  UDP  to  control  each  Flyport  funcUon  without  any   embedded  development.   DOoIP  library  for  Android  will  be  available  for  free.  Official  release  10th  July  2012  openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 14. Community:  success  cases Evian  SMART  DROP   Joshdesign  and  Betc  created  an  innovaUve  connected  object  that  allows  customers  to   order  water  directly  from  their  fridge!  openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 15. Community:  success  cases http://vimeo.com/43489401openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 16. A  company  without  doors openPicus  has  a  new  business  model:  we  are  open  to  the  community  to  generate  benefit   for  the  eco-­‐system.     Over  3.500  people  on  our  community  are  using  Flyport  in  many  applicaUons.  We  get  in   touch  with  them  everyday,  we  discuss  and  learn  to  improve  our  plarorm.     Our  office  has  “no  doors”:  energy,  ideas,  people  and  projects  are  coming  and  going   making  this  a  new  business  model  with  the  user  at  its  center.     All  our  latest  modules  and  expansion  boards  are  co-­‐designed  with  the  community  that   also  supports  us  with  Beta  tesUng.       To  reach  the  same  effect  in  a  “tradiUonal  company”  needs  more  than  35  people  and  this   impacts  dramaUcally  to  the  product  cost.     The  engadgment  with  our  community  has  a  mutual  benefit:  we  save  on  development  and   we  distribute  these  savings  into  products  price  reducUon.    openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 17. What’s  Next? Grove  Nest:  Internet  of  Things  with  low  cost,  standardized  sensors/actuators     GPRS/3G  Nest:  a  programmable  gateway  with  2  different  connecUvity     Flyport  GPRS/3G    –  planned  for  Q3/2012     New  IDE  3.0  with  embedded  Webserver  design  tool     A  wiki  on  wiki.openpicus.com     connecThing  our  first  Hackathon!  7th  July  2012,  Rome    openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio
  • 18. Conclusion Web              www.openpicus.com   Blog              openpicus.blogspot.com   Twimer      @openpicus   Thank  you  for  your  amenUon!     To  get  30%  Academic  discount  send  us  an  email  info@openpicus.com  openPicus | Claudio Carnevali | @akaclaudio

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