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  • Xively up 2013 v3

    1. 1. Building the Internet of Things Chad Jones Vice President, Product Strategy @CloudJones, @XivelyIoT
    2. 2. Internet Evolution Wave 1: WWW Wave 2: Mobile/Cloud Wave 3: Internet of Things ~350M PCs Annually ~2.32B Annually 50B by 2020* Connecting PCs Connecting People Connecting Everything *Machina Research Connected Life Study 2012
    3. 3. “Perfect Storm” Trend Convergence Social Technology • Connected everything • 3rd Industrial revolution • Open everything • Ubiquitous connectivity • Crowdsourcing • Moore’s Law • Consumerization • Cloud • Data as digital currency • Mobile explosion Enabling Business Internet of Things • IoT verticals blurring Vertical market pull • Global infrastructure • Low capital cost • Internet model • Usage-based business models • Broad developer reach • Real ROI • Simplified development • Revolution of the cheap •
    4. 4. The Power of the Small • Internet connected • Read sensors and control motors • Long battery life • Wearable
    5. 5. Sensors Everywhere!
    6. 6. Opportunities are Everywhere There are more than 1 billion lamp poles in the world… Imagine if you could interact with them… If they could interact with you…
    7. 7. “25 billion devices by 2020…” “Market impact $4.5 Trillion by 2020” “…will surpass the mobile phone market…” “1 Trillion devices by 2025” Largest Technology Market Ever
    8. 8. Logistics and Delivery
    9. 9. Smart Cities
    10. 10. Energy Consumption
    11. 11. Fun
    12. 12. Health Care
    13. 13. How is IoT different than M2M? Power to the people through the revolution of the cheap Business cooperative called the Connected Customer Experience Decoupled and layered hardware, services, more… Interconnected future is possible (Network Effect)
    14. 14. The Connected Evolution Manual Measurement & Recording 360-degree Data “Dark” & “Dead” Data Deep Analytics One-Off Transactions Integrated Service
    15. 15. Internet of Things Opportunities Connected Products and Enterprise Solutions • Predict and streamline service and maintenance • Understand flow and engagement patterns • Optimize supply chain • Asset tracking and availability • Product activation and management • Sale, service and marketing flow Anything you see around you can be connected!
    16. 16. Example IoT Primitives Full/Empty Flow Rate Open/ Closed Weight On/Off Hot/Cold Pressure Locked/ Unlocked Location Use/Control
    17. 17. Connected (Quantified) Self Personal health statistics over time • • • • • • • • Exercise level Food intake, Blood sugar Hydration Blood oxygen Heart rate Sleep patterns Much more…
    18. 18. Connected Home • Home environment data • Health habits and patterns • Trauma alerting
    19. 19. Connected Hospital • Asset location and placement optimization • Device reconditioning • Even hospital parking
    20. 20. Connected Lab • Problem: Ensure researchers have the reagents they need • Solution: Connected reagent refrigerators • Intended benefit: Researchers have instant access to reagents in any facility • Unintended benefit: 1:1 relationship with every researcher allowing predictive service and support
    21. 21. Interconnection is the Future • Selective, secure data & control sharing • Interconnect products provide exponential effect
    22. 22. The IoT Data Cooperative Gateway Connected Caregiver Gateway Connected Life Gateway Connected Lab Connected Hospital
    23. 23. Conclusion • Historic paradigm shift • Health support will become cooperative • Connected experiences deliver • Interconnectivity is key to the promised transformative value future
    24. 24. Thank You! @CloudJones and @XivelyIoT

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