WordPress and the Internet of Things

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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 WordPress as an application layer and centralized content delivery system to drive the internet of things and provide compelling experiences for all.

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WordPress and the Internet of Things

  1. 1. v WordPress and thevInternet of Things November 2013 September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  2. 2. Introduction September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  3. 3. Where are we going? September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  4. 4. Where are we going? Very few people live in a single device world anymore. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  5. 5. Where are we going? The days of audience viewing content on the desktop are dying. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  6. 6. 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. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  7. 7. Mobile subscriptions will exceed the number of people in the world by early 2014. (OECD) September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  8. 8. A family of four will move from having 10 connected devices in 2012, to 25 in 2017, to 50 in 2022. (BBC) September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  9. 9. There will be about 15 billion devices connected by 2015, and around 40 billion devices by 2020. (cisco) September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  10. 10. By 2020 nodes/sensors will account for the majority (60 percent) of the total installed base of IoE (Internet of Everything) devices. (ABI) September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  11. 11. That means 16 BILLION devices will need content in 2020. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  12. 12. WHERE WILL ALL THIS CONTENT COME FROM? September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  13. 13. Before we get to that… lets look at some more trends. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  14. 14. Connected devices can be any number of things September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  15. 15. Cows are being equipped with payas-you-go devices, which can send SMS texts when they are in heat. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  16. 16. Each cow transmits 200 MB of data each year. September 2013 @tnpuig (cisco) Presented By: Tomás Puig
  17. 17. In October 2013, Cisco launched an entire business division devoted to the internet of things. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  18. 18. The IOT is expected to create an additional $1.9 trillion for the economy by 2020. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  19. 19. Four Stages of Development According to GigaOm analysts we expect four stages of IOE development: •  Passive tracking •  More-active interactions •  A more aware landscape of physical objects, devices, and structures •  An autonomous landscape September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  20. 20. Four Expected Sets of Devices (GigaOm) Passive things are in some way remotely identifiable and connectable but relatively dumb. RFID- tagged books, furniture items, and spare parts fit into this category. Active items can exchange sensory data, control information, and gain a level of interaction. Foodstuffs, farm animals, roads, and bridges are examples here. Aware items can process data and take action in response to events. This includes doors and windows, driverless trains, and electrical appliances. Autonomous items can make decisions based on built-in rules running locally or remotely. As well as intelligent thermostats and smart grids, examples include self-driving cars. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  21. 21. Image from GigaOm September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  22. 22. Fun fact: RFID’s technology was used during WWII by British planes to tell friend from foe September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  23. 23. Startups are creating monitoring devices that can be connected to many things like light bulbs, garage doors, and windows. It can even be simply left in the basement to check for water leaks. (GigaOm) September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  24. 24. “Things” don’t necessarily have to be small: Buses, trains, and cars can be fit with monitoring devices, so they can provide accurate information to both control rooms and customers. (GigaOm) September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  25. 25. So that brings us back around to WordPress September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  26. 26. v WordPress as a Platform With almost 1/3 of adult internet users knowing about WordPress, it is the largest CMS on the internet that’s code is controlled by users. 29.3% 70.7% •  Nearly three times as much as Joomla and Drupal combined -BuiltWith x 29.3% of adults on the internet have heard of WordPress •  WordPress is used on nearly 51% of the top million sites on the Web •  WordPress is used on more than 58% of websites that use a CMS 38.3 Age plays a factor in knowing about WordPress 33 More than 1/3 of people age 18-44 know about wordPress 24.7 17.7 20.9 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 September 2013 35 40 @tnpuig -W3Tech •  WordPress 3.5 downloads: 27 Million+ •  More users than all other CMSs combined x 35.6 •  Nearly three times as much as Joomla and Drupal combined x Age Breakdown Presented By: Tomás Puig
  27. 27. Why use WordPress for IOT? September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  28. 28. WordPress is already being used as an application framework September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  29. 29. The next step is using plug ins as an API and drive content to and from connected devices. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  30. 30. Nike Plus in on WordPress http://wordpress.org/plugins/nikeplus/ September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  31. 31. Google Glass for WordPress http://labs.webershandwick.com/wpforglass/2013/10/27/introducing-wpforglass/ September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  32. 32. STORY TIME! September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  33. 33. How do you do this? There are a few connection services to try. MongoDB and Sensor Monkey make API’s for data that can be used. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  34. 34. Not without risks A model of fridge similar to this got hacked and turned into an email spam machine. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  35. 35. WordPress through it’s plugin framework is the best positioned to be the system of record for showing data from connected devices. September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig
  36. 36. v Thank You v September 2013 @tnpuig Presented By: Tomás Puig

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