IOE: TIME TO ACTALFONSO FUGGETTA (@ALFONSOFUGGETTA)
CEFRIEL – POLITECNICO DI MILANO
VENICE, JULY 8TH, 2014
JUST ONE (MORE) NUMBER
(SOURCE: GABRIELLA CATTANEO - IDC)
• IDC predicts that IoT/IoE
will connect 30 billion
endpoints an...
“IT WILL NEVER HAPPEN”
“IT WILL NEVER WORK”
IT’S HAPPENING, IT’S WORKING
ICT IS EVOLVING EVEN FASTER
THAN ANTICIPATED
BUT WE ARE EXPLOITING IT
ONLY MARGINALLY
FIVE KEY ENABLING INGREDIENTS
• Miniaturization
• Ubiquitous Connectivity
• Software
• New Materials & Sensors
• Decreasin...
WHAT IS HAPPENING IN ITALY?
AN INTERESTING EXAMPLE (DAINESE)
THE DARK SIDE ...
• Too often, very superficial knowledge of the topic
• Too many followers
• In general, too slow, too li...
WHAT DO WE NEED?
(FROM A TECHNICAL/MANAGERIAL VIEWPOINT)
• Pervasive wireless (wireline/fiber) connectivity
• A comprehens...
“Stop Waiting (or Following), Start
Leading.”
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La presentazione di Alfonso Fuggetta fatta in occasione dell’evento europeo Digital Venice 2014 dal tema "Can the IoE bring back the high-growth Economy in Europe?"

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  1. 1. IOE: TIME TO ACTALFONSO FUGGETTA (@ALFONSOFUGGETTA) CEFRIEL – POLITECNICO DI MILANO VENICE, JULY 8TH, 2014
  2. 2. JUST ONE (MORE) NUMBER (SOURCE: GABRIELLA CATTANEO - IDC) • IDC predicts that IoT/IoE will connect 30 billion endpoints and generate $8.9 trillion in revenue by 2020
  3. 3. “IT WILL NEVER HAPPEN”
  4. 4. “IT WILL NEVER WORK”
  5. 5. IT’S HAPPENING, IT’S WORKING
  6. 6. ICT IS EVOLVING EVEN FASTER THAN ANTICIPATED
  7. 7. BUT WE ARE EXPLOITING IT ONLY MARGINALLY
  8. 8. FIVE KEY ENABLING INGREDIENTS • Miniaturization • Ubiquitous Connectivity • Software • New Materials & Sensors • Decreasing Cost and (virtually) Unconstrained Scalability
  9. 9. WHAT IS HAPPENING IN ITALY? AN INTERESTING EXAMPLE (DAINESE)
  10. 10. THE DARK SIDE ... • Too often, very superficial knowledge of the topic • Too many followers • In general, too slow, too little
  11. 11. WHAT DO WE NEED? (FROM A TECHNICAL/MANAGERIAL VIEWPOINT) • Pervasive wireless (wireline/fiber) connectivity • A comprehensive understanding of technological trends • Ecosystems (public, private) to define standards and common infrastructures • Coopetition
  12. 12. “Stop Waiting (or Following), Start Leading.”

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