Controlling Anarchy in the
Ecosystem:
Centralized Content for the
Internet of Things
July	
  12,	
  2013
Presented	
  by:	...
Anarchy in the Ecosystem
Introduction
Presented	
  by:	
  Tomas	
  Puig
Twi/er:	
  	
  @tnpuig#ecothings
Where are we going?
Presented	
  by:	
  Tomas	
  Puig
Twi/er:	
  	
  @tnpuig#ecothings
Where are we going?
Very few people live
in a single device
world anymore.
Presented	
  by:	
  Tomas	
  Puig
Twi/er:	
  	
...
Where are we going?
The days of
audiences
viewing content
on only a
desktop are
dying:
Presented	
  by:	
  Tomas	
  Puig
T...
Where are we going?
There will be about fifteen billion devices
connected by 2015, and around forty billion devices
by 202...
Where are we going?
By 2020 nodes/sensors will account for the majority
(60 percent) of the total installed base of IoE
(I...
Where are we going?
That means 16 BILLION devices will need content
in 2020.
Presented	
  by:	
  Tomas	
  Puig
Twi/er:	
  ...
Where are we going?
All these devices require content...
Where will all this content come from?!
Presented	
  by:	
  Tomas...
Where are we going?
According to
Flurry:
- If you want to reach
80% of the current
mobile device market
you need to suppor...
Where are we going?
In the modern day fresh content is driven by a
singular content source.
Presented	
  by:	
  Tomas	
  P...
Where are we going?
I believe open source is the answer!
AndWordPress will be coming out and serving even
more audiences a...
Where are we going?
Open source is making inroads into larger groups
often for a fairly simple reason.
Presented	
  by:	
 ...
Where are we going?
Presented	
  by:	
  Tomas	
  Puig
Twi/er:	
  	
  @tnpuig#ecothings
Where are we going?
Presented	
  by:	
  Tomas	
  Puig
Twi/er:	
  	
  @tnpuig
Let’s look at this slide for some context
(Ha...
Where are we going?
Now imagine how many people are familiar with
usingWordPress...
Presented	
  by:	
  Tomas	
  Puig
Twi/...
Where are we going?
As of yesterday there are
64,741,642 active
WordPress sites in the
world.(1)
It serves about 17% of th...
Where are we going?
That’s a whole lot of users already trained on a
CMS. User acceptance is easy.
Presented	
  by:	
  Tom...
Where are we going?
So initial content is now created first in open source
CMS’.Then will drive to the connected device
wo...
Where are we going?
During the talk if you were there this is where i told
the funny story of prototyping a smart dog bowl...
SensorMonkey - sensormonkey.eeng.nuim.ie
Moving Arduino sensor systems into the cloud, then
into WordPress.
Presented	
  b...
EXAMPLE - GoodBarber - www.goodbarber.com
Feed pre-built native iOS and Android applications
from aWordPress plug in.
Pres...
Where are we going?
Soon open source will not only displays the web’s
content but drive to other systems as well.
Presente...
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Description: The internet of things has seen the number of connected devices skyrocket in the last few years. But being connected does not mean that the devices have content that people want to actually see, use, and experience. We will explore the trend of using centralized content delivery systems to drive the internet of things and provide compelling experiences for all.

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  1. 1. Controlling Anarchy in the Ecosystem: Centralized Content for the Internet of Things July  12,  2013 Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  2. 2. Anarchy in the Ecosystem Introduction Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  3. 3. Where are we going? Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  4. 4. Where are we going? Very few people live in a single device world anymore. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  5. 5. Where are we going? The days of audiences viewing content on only a desktop are dying: Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  6. 6. Where are we going? There will be about fifteen billion devices connected by 2015, and around forty billion devices by 2020. - Cisco Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  7. 7. Where are we going? By 2020 nodes/sensors will account for the majority (60 percent) of the total installed base of IoE (Internet of Everything) devices. - ABI Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  8. 8. Where are we going? That means 16 BILLION devices will need content in 2020. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  9. 9. Where are we going? All these devices require content... Where will all this content come from?! Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  10. 10. Where are we going? According to Flurry: - If you want to reach 80% of the current mobile device market you need to support 156 device models. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  11. 11. Where are we going? In the modern day fresh content is driven by a singular content source. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  12. 12. Where are we going? I believe open source is the answer! AndWordPress will be coming out and serving even more audiences and devices. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  13. 13. Where are we going? Open source is making inroads into larger groups often for a fairly simple reason. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig “At companies that aren’t among the top 25% of technology users, three out of 10 IT projects fail on average.”(1) (1) King, Julia.“Survey shows common IT woes”, Computerworld, June 23, 2003 #ecothings
  14. 14. Where are we going? Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  15. 15. Where are we going? Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig Let’s look at this slide for some context (Have you heard of WordPress?) 0 20 40 60 80 29.3 70.7 2010 Yes No Methodology: Conducted by Google Consumer Surveys 7.25.13 - 7.27.13 Sample: USA National Adult Internet Population 1500 responses (+2.9 / - 2.8) #ecothings
  16. 16. Where are we going? Now imagine how many people are familiar with usingWordPress... Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  17. 17. Where are we going? As of yesterday there are 64,741,642 active WordPress sites in the world.(1) It serves about 17% of the sites on the internet. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig automattic.com - 83% 17% #ecothings
  18. 18. Where are we going? That’s a whole lot of users already trained on a CMS. User acceptance is easy. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  19. 19. Where are we going? So initial content is now created first in open source CMS’.Then will drive to the connected device world. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  20. 20. Where are we going? During the talk if you were there this is where i told the funny story of prototyping a smart dog bowl in six hours. I used Arduino, analog sensors, SensorMonkey,WordPress, and Good Barber. (It was a good story) Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  21. 21. SensorMonkey - sensormonkey.eeng.nuim.ie Moving Arduino sensor systems into the cloud, then into WordPress. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  22. 22. EXAMPLE - GoodBarber - www.goodbarber.com Feed pre-built native iOS and Android applications from aWordPress plug in. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings
  23. 23. Where are we going? Soon open source will not only displays the web’s content but drive to other systems as well. Presented  by:  Tomas  Puig Twi/er:    @tnpuig#ecothings

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