Orienting DiY IoT Mass CreativityPervasive 2010 “What can the IoT do for the citizen?”Marc Roelands, Bell LabsMay 17, 2010
Agenda        The DiYSE Project        Research orientation into a 3-concept landscape        “The Phenomena IoT” — aspect...
Do-it-Yourself                                      Smart Experiences                                      ITEA2 DiYSE3 | ...
DiYSE Facts at a Glance                                                                                                   ...
DiYSE Mission, Approach and Target Outputs        Mission             Enable the masses to participate in the creation    ...
The Societal Phenomenon of DiY                                                  Rise of the New Maker & Manufacturer Ecosy...
Vision: DiY for the proliferation of IoT (What can the IoT do for citizens?)DiY as a driver for IoT      People value cust...
3 Concepts                                      enabling Mass Creativity8 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010   ...
Research OrientationExploring the wide (application domain agnostic) research space…                        HEAR          ...
What is DiY in the IoT ?Wide typology of                                   DiY creation          in the IoT    Sensor (act...
The Call-out Internet-of-Things supporting DiY in the IoT                         capability for people  The network provi...
2 Communication with objects through the IoT       If the Rabbit could update         what the cookies say …              ...
The Smart Composables Internet-of-Things supporting DiY in the IoT                      capability for peopleThe network p...
The Phenomena Internet-of-Things supporting DiY in the IoT  The network provides the   capability for people  to shape “ph...
The Phenomena IoT                                      Aspects and Examples15 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 201...
“The future is data.” (T. O’Reilly) – and the IoT is providing it People                                                  ...
How to identify and leverage ‘Phenomena’ ?                                                      Which patterns are        ...
Experimentation zone 1: Home Applications aware of Personal Context                                                       ...
Experimentation zone 2: Massive city data for ‘optimal’ traffic behaviour                                                 ...
Recap: What can the Internet of Things do for the Citizen ?Participation of people in the IoT is key !DiY reputation and f...
Q&A                                                                         Marc Roelands                                 ...
www.alcatel-lucent.com                          www.alcatel-lucent.com22 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010   A...
ColorsPrime Colors    Use these colors as main fills and line colors    Either white or black text work well on these fill...
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Research Orientation towards Do-it-Yourself Internet-of-Things Mass Creativity Concepts (Pervasive2010)

  1. 1. Orienting DiY IoT Mass CreativityPervasive 2010 “What can the IoT do for the citizen?”Marc Roelands, Bell LabsMay 17, 2010
  2. 2. Agenda The DiYSE Project Research orientation into a 3-concept landscape “The Phenomena IoT” — aspects & examples Recap/Conclusion (What can the IoT do for Citizens?)2 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  3. 3. Do-it-Yourself Smart Experiences ITEA2 DiYSE3 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  4. 4. DiYSE Facts at a Glance Theme: Belgium Finland Mass Creativity in the IoT10 10 (+ 3 SME’s) Size: 40 partners / 7 countries Timing: March 2009 – January 2012 Lead by Bell Labs Ireland2 Spain 7 France6 Turkey 4 1 Greece 4 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  5. 5. DiYSE Mission, Approach and Target Outputs Mission Enable the masses to participate in the creation of applications for the Internet-of-Things Approach 1. Understand/research DiY paradigm 2. Determine how to leverage DiY in IoT 3. Define technical enabling framework Target Outputs DiY practices in the tangible space Creation process & architecture (IPv6 device “drivers” installation, up to experience creation) Technical enabling building blocks Public on-line demonstrators5 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  6. 6. The Societal Phenomenon of DiY Rise of the New Maker & Manufacturer Ecosystem (IFTF, 2008)6 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  7. 7. Vision: DiY for the proliferation of IoT (What can the IoT do for citizens?)DiY as a driver for IoT People value custom or self-made appsDiY as a critical need for IoT Mass adoption of IoT apps Long tail of IoT applications may be needed to justify the deployment costsDiY as a solution for IoT Beyond App Stores: Maker Stores (and its enabling infrastructure)7 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  8. 8. 3 Concepts enabling Mass Creativity8 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  9. 9. Research OrientationExploring the wide (application domain agnostic) research space… HEAR CREATE DELIVER (IDEO Human-Centred Design Toolkit) orient on thematic concepts, as landmarks in the explored space orient on thematic concepts, as landmarks in the explored space9 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  10. 10. What is DiY in the IoT ?Wide typology of DiY creation in the IoT Sensor (actuator) data in Sensor (actuator) data in DiY installation DiY installation Smartening & composing Smartening & composing DiY web apps DiY web apps (wireless) sensors/actuators (wireless) sensors/actuators DiY tangible objects DiY tangible objects Use Thing Data Connect Thing Build Thing VoodooIO Scratch BugLabs PicoBoard 3 architectural concepts, as orientation flags in the explored spaceThe Call-out IoT The Smart Composables IoT The Phenomena IoT10 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  11. 11. The Call-out Internet-of-Things supporting DiY in the IoT capability for people The network provides the to expose and exchange “call-outs” i i providing a locative, distributed community communication though (objects & people in) the environment, bringing across human interaction and stories. 1 People augmenting the environmentPhysical tagging Location-based Image recognition(by people or manufacturers) (virtual graffiti) (faces and objects as tags) Augmented ID 11 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  12. 12. 2 Communication with objects through the IoT If the Rabbit could update what the cookies say … i i And what if these billboards twittered away whatever you wanted ? people to communicate and collaborate Call-outs are a way for through objects and locations, and share locative history12 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  13. 13. The Smart Composables Internet-of-Things supporting DiY in the IoT capability for peopleThe network provides theto augment objects with instructions on ihow they can be composed,how they were produced orhow they can be repurposed. Instructables for physical objects Physical/Virtual Mashups Creation for physical objects13 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  14. 14. The Phenomena Internet-of-Things supporting DiY in the IoT The network provides the capability for people to shape “phenomena” models & filters acting upon collected personal, public or community data by recursing on triggered behaviour user feedback Σ with reuse in other phenomena-aware applicationsPublic / personal INPUT Capturing and shaping Public / personal OUTPUT patterns and flows explicit text, etc. location City behaviour Personal behaviour Aware App Phenomena App Creation 14 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  15. 15. The Phenomena IoT Aspects and Examples15 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  16. 16. “The future is data.” (T. O’Reilly) – and the IoT is providing it People Personal Informatics Geo / Urban Sensing Visualising your own logs produce sensor data … just measuring and visualising ‘People have predictable Eigenbehaviours’ (MIT) Data mining makes sense People must stay in control of their data (Everyware, A. Greenfield)16 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  17. 17. How to identify and leverage ‘Phenomena’ ? Which patterns are relevant Phenomena ? How people Patterns that are prefer to visualise popular triggers proposed patterns Naming / in (many) apps adding meaning to proposed patterns Redundant crowd input & feedback, over time, people and apps From real-time brokers in the IoT (Patchube) to Smart Brokers in the IoT providing phenomena as mashable components17 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  18. 18. Experimentation zone 1: Home Applications aware of Personal Context UbiCom Example: Music and light ambiance p in (and th the Small according to ‘My atmospheres’ e Large ) 1. Activity monitoring provides data to mine, e finding new patterns, correlating personal activity Hid ration u y with lighting and music selections oC mnfig plexit Co 2. New patterns from data mining are proposed as relevant to ‘My atmospheres’ 3. User becomes aware & names phenomena (but stays in control of predicted atmospheres) Learnt from feedback: • which phenomena trigger (determine) ‘atmospheres’ ? • which are the inhabitant-identified ‘atmospheres’? Leverage ‘My atmospheres’ in other apps Availability for communication IM or Twitter status Energy saving (… and correlations and patterns will reiterate) 18 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  19. 19. Experimentation zone 2: Massive city data for ‘optimal’ traffic behaviour UbiCom Analyse crowd traffic patterns (across cars, p in th (and th e La public transport, bicycles, pedestrians, …) e Smal rge e l) le ctiv ssCol rene Show people the phenomena in traffic MIT aAw - routing advice based on that People pick one of the advises or not & People validate determined route Learnt from feedback: • how do people react on the traffic phenomena ? (peak hour traffic jams, road blocks, long term works, …) Other applications leverage same phenomena as smart context triggers 19 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  20. 20. Recap: What can the Internet of Things do for the Citizen ?Participation of people in the IoT is key !DiY reputation and fun creating, and “affection” for / trust of connected objects“If you cannot open it, you do not own it”3 App Architectural Concepts The Call-out IoT i i i The Smart Composables IoT Σ The Phenomena IoTWork in progress! software and artifact design ongoing / user tests planned Are these good landmarks for DiY Experiences in the Pervasive IoT ?20 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  21. 21. Q&A Marc Roelands Marc Roelands Bell Labs Antwerp Bell Labs Antwerp marc.roelands @ alcatel-lucent.com marc.roelands alcatel-lucent.com21 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
  22. 22. www.alcatel-lucent.com www.alcatel-lucent.com22 | DiY IoT Mass Creativity Concepts | May 2010 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2010
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