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Internet of things presentation rick bouter - 16-09-2013 - sogeti part 2 of 2

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Presentation about Internet of Things (IoT) Part 2 of 2 - part of a blog post series

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  • 1. Anatomy of Things 1.Building blocks 2.Horizontals 3.Verticals Credits: Matt Turck “If the Second Industrial Revolution was the Information Age, then I would argue that a Third Industrial Age is on its way: the age of the Makers.” (Chris Anderson- 2012)
  • 2. Anatomy of Things Building blocks Horizontals Verticals
  • 3. “Designed for the apps of the connected world”
  • 4. “Success will be nothing less than global adoption” RFID Technology Auto-ID European Centre at the University of Cambridge Helen Duce
  • 5. “You cannot manage something you do not measure.” Dave Evans, Cisco's Chief Futurist & Technologist
  • 6. “Managers make choices based on incomplete inform
  • 7. Not only managers
  • 8. “Think you e-mail inbox and social feeds are overwhelming? Just wait.”
  • 9. "Give me a little data and I’ll tell you a little. Give me a lot of data and I’ll save the world.“ Darrell Smith , Director of Facilities and Energy, Microsoft