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Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation
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Internet of Things in Scandinavia - society and ecosystem for early adaptation

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Scandinavia (including Finland) is an early adopter of technology. The Arpanet was first connected to Scandinavia (Kjeller, June 1973), and only later to England. Scandinavian researchers contributed …

Scandinavia (including Finland) is an early adopter of technology. The Arpanet was first connected to Scandinavia (Kjeller, June 1973), and only later to England. Scandinavian researchers contributed to the TCP/IP protocol, and software developers have contributes with Linux, php, Qt.

The people of Scandinavia are demanding, and require the newest services being available.

This presentation shows why Scandinavia is on a good way to let IoT-based services become a success.

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  • 1. 4th CMI conference, 24.-25. Nov 2011, Copenhagen Internet of Things - our environments becomes CWI intelligent Internet of Things - a Scandinavian*1 Perspective represented by: Josef Noll, Professor University of Oslo/UNIK josef@unik.no on behalf of the Center for Wireless Innovation Norway CWI Norway (http://cwin.no) *1 including Finland Nov 2011, Josef Nolltorsdag 24. november 11
  • 2. Center for Wireless Innovation CWI A facilitator for industry and seven research institutions to form strategic partnerships in Business Decisions wireless R&D B3G BS Sensor Networks Aggregation Home/Office Sensor Network Abstraction & Sensor Monitoring Networks Car Offshore Sensor Networks Sensor Networks Nov 2011, Josef Nolltorsdag 24. november 11
  • 3. CWI Overview • The IoT perspective • The Internet - and Scandinavia (incl. Finland) – historical – today • IoT impact for Scandinavia – application areas – our advantage • Conclusions The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Nolltorsdag 24. november 11
  • 4. CWI IoT paradigm • The present "Internet of PCs" will move towards an "Internet of Things" in which 50 to 100 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2020. [CERP-IoT, 03.2010] • “We are entering a new paradigm where things have their own identity and enter into dialogue with both other things and humans mediated through processes that are being formed today. [IoT Europe 2010 conf., 06.2010] "Nowl The speed of development subs we have 30...5 cribers. I roughly n – H 0 Mio de some y 5.2 Mio m a v e Obje ns Chris ices on ar we w obilestorage on single chip cts tian H th il augli e mobil l have , CEO en , Tele etwork” nor 2010 The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research source: Gerhard Fettweis, TU Dresden Nov 2011, Josef Noll torsdag 24. november 11
  • 5. CWI The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research [Source: J. Schaper, FI PPP Constituency Event Nice, March 2010]Josef Noll Nov 2011, 5torsdag 24. november 11
  • 6. CWIIoT: From sensors to business The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Noll 6torsdag 24. november 11
  • 7. The IoT technology and CWIapplication domain The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Noll 7torsdag 24. november 11
  • 8. CWIThe IoT ecosystem• Creating business – openness, competitive infrastructure: – climate for innovation Consumers broadband, adaptation mobile• Public authorities Business climate: – trust, confidence market – demand Public Creative Authorities IoT - Business programmers• Consumers demand Ecosystem software – (early) adapters Academia – education research,• Infrastructure education Entrepreneurs Sensor – broadband, mobile ideas providers – competition The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Noll 8torsdag 24. november 11
  • 9. CWIThe Internet and Scandinavia• The first connection of Arpanet outside of the USA (and Hawaii) was to Scandinavia (Kjeller, June 1973)• List_of_Internet_pioneers [Wikipedia] – Yngvar Lundh, Paal Spilling• Application development – .php, OpenSource, Linux – OperaSoftware, FAST Search – Nokia, Ericsson – Telenor, TeliaSonera• Mobile Internet: – GSM – Adaptation The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Noll 9torsdag 24. november 11
  • 10. CWI Internet usage in Scandinavia [Robert Madelin, Directorate-General for Information Society and Media, EU commission, Aug 2010] * “use of IT in a proper way can increase effectiveness with 30-40%” HE * “we are good in technology development. But access to venture capital is bad in Europe as compared to the USA”. 52,5% IT [Aftenposten, 3. October 2011] gunhild@aftenposten.no 41,2% % of people who have not used the Internet DK IS60 58,457,2 SE 4,9% 52,551,2 EU 9,3% 6,8% 45,544,945 42,141,2 26,3% NO 35,935,535,1 32,431,5 5,2% 28,828,427,727,230 26,3 23,122,2 17,817,617,516,615 12,710,6 9,3 8,2 8,2 6,8 5,2 4,90 kia He ia Bu s Po ria Ky al Kr s tia lia a Po n Un n Sp rn La a ia Ts nia Irl ia EU d Øs itt Es ike nd Be ke ia Ty nia d Fi ania Da nd k de rg Sv and No e e d lla o ar alt i ig rg ue le an lan an an g an tv k lg sn Ne u ga Ita pr i oa a tla a r jek r kr e e rtu er nm bo Ty M te lg ta nl rl Isl m ov ov it sk an br Li m Ro Sl Sl Fr or xe St Lu The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Noll 10 torsdag 24. november 11
  • 11. CWIInternet service usage 90 Greece 83 84 Norway 77 60 71 EU-average 61 41 39 41 40 30 36 13 16 12 0 3 6 g t ce in db es d e - b om s gh er rv t nk oa m se ac eC ice m an ou m Ba br ho ho ic nt bl co ith te et of ts C w iva rn pu e ou P e to in id te s Pr nl ed les In O us ire W The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Noll 11torsdag 24. november 11
  • 12. CWIThe Nordics (Scandinavia++)• Demanding customers Operasjonsområdet• Trusted authorities• Competitive landscape • xxx• Open Interfaces• Large distances• costly infrastructure• high labour costs The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Noll 12torsdag 24. november 11
  • 13. CWIIoT impact for Scandinavia • Demand infrastructure: – mobile Consumers broadband, – distances adaptation mobile Business climate: • Adaptation market – infrastructure Public Authorities Creative – business environment IoT - Business programmers demand Ecosystem – Trust relation software Academia research, • Challenges education Entrepreneurs Sensor – sensor industry ideas providers – distance to Brussels – economy of scale The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Noll 13torsdag 24. november 11
  • 14. CWIIoT areas for Scandinavia Esta b on d lishing b• Oil & gas - “integrated operations u emandin usiness a th g cu e• eHealth - support at home, cost- ntrep oritie s, in stom based rene nova ers a efficient com urs, tive nd p busi etitive (b and a• smart homes/buildings - energy ness lan ut open dsca ) efficiency, convenience pe• Energy - smart grid• Automation - high labour costs • Open platforms – authorities: reporting/measures • Creative developers – industry: cost savings • (Integration with – customers: convenience cloud services) – smart cities The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Noll 14torsdag 24. november 11
  • 15. CWIConclusions• Scandinavia (including Finland) is unique – pioneers of the applicable Internet – opportunities taken• IoT application areas – Oil & gas - “integrated operations – eHealth - support at home, cost-efficient – smart homes/buildings - energy efficiency, convenience – Energy: Smart Grid, Offshore – Automation - high labour costs• Challenges – Economy of scale (venture market) – Distance to “main Europe” The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Noll 15torsdag 24. november 11
  • 16. IoT projects (03.2010) CWI [CERP-IoT, 03.2010] • STOP: anti counterfeiting and how to deal with it in an IoT • CuteLoop: Challenges for usage of Intelli- gent Networked devices • STOLPAN: NFC technology and its application scenarios in a future IoT • SMART, TRASER: Usage of RFID in tracking and tracing - lessons learnt and outlook towards IoT • CASAGRAS, GRIFS: Standardisation is- sues challenges on RFID and a future IoT • BRIDGE: Specific solutions for RFID and outlook towards a future IoT • ASPIRE, HYDRA: Open source Middle- ware and for embedded systems for SMEs with respect to RFID and outlook to a fu- ture IoT • INDISPUTABLE KEY: Usage of RFID in the wood environment and contribution to environment protection European • RACE networkRFID: Stimulating the take- up of RFID in Europe • (ETP EPoSS: Outlook on future IoT applications) The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research Nov 2011, Josef Nolltorsdag 24. november 11

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