From the Rise of the Wearables …
… to the Connected Body
Patrice Slupowski @slupowski – July 18th – Sophia Antipolis
Europ...
6
Every five years a word is dominating the CE industry
1990 : Portable
1995 : Digital
2000 : Connected
2005 : Mobile
2010...
7
From a floor to your eye: an history of computing
1960 1980 1990 2015?
Analog
Digital
8
Smartphones are incorporating more and more sensors
9
Wearables vs Smartphones
 Why not smartphones only ?
– Weight
– Accuracy
– Power
– Battery life
 Why not wearables onl...
From a modular smartphone….
…to a hub.
11
Internet of Things is the next digital revolution
wearable cameras
sport tracking
wellness and e-health
smart Clothing
...
12
13
Use Cases by Device Attach Point
Copyright 2013 Strategy Analytics Inc. 13
Neck / Chest / Arm:
•Fitness & health
monito...
14
Cameras
15
Cameras
16
Sport tracking : Devices …
Wearables subgroup : sport, wellness and health
Nike
Sportives, health &
beauty-conscious,
geeks
Carer
s
Consumers as
pati...
18
More devices…
Muse
The Brainwave sensing headband
Release: Q4 2013
Breathometer
A Smartphone Breathalyzer
Release: Q1 2...
19
Smart clothing
20
Motion and brain trackers
21
Motion and brain trackers : board of imagination
22
Motion and brain trackers : new interfaces
23
Smart watches : Basis vs Pebble
24
Smart Glasses
25
Smart cars
26
27
28
Analysts are betting on those devices success
 300 to 500 million devices sales per year in 2017-2018 according to
ABI...
29
Watches
2017
2013
Strategy
Analytics
2018
0.5m
92m
92m
2014
Deloitte
17m
2014
10m
ABI Research
Canalys 2013
1.6m
Wearab...
31
32
33
Sleep tracking
Early-user typology
Types Objectives
Sportive Performance, risk-management,
socialization
Geek Test, app development
Heath...
36
Health insurers' health prevention programs have
started leveraging apps and devices
In 2012, Aetna's CEO Mark Bertolin...
37
Monetizing connected objects & services
+ B2B service for partners
38
Are wearables useful or scary ?
Health improvement
People (& pet) safety
Home automation
Energy management
Big brother
...
39
confidential Orange40
The IoT is covering an incredible number of different topics
41
• security
• control thanks to a personal dashboard
• transparency
• support for all its customers and users
42
Orange Positonning in the IoT Market
 Orange aims to become an open smart data aggregator of
personal data generated b...
43
Orange started retailing smart devices and services
Orange Romania
Orange Spain
Orange Horizons
Orange France
Orange Po...
44
Orange provides a multi-purpose open cloud
 User data is aggregated and securely hosted by Orange
 Innovative cross-d...
45
More than gadgets these new devices are providing
new use cases and even creating new interfaces
 Wearables are much m...
- futurism : human tricoder
thanks
@slupowski
2014 From the Rise of the Wearables to the Connected Body by Patrice Slupowski
2014 From the Rise of the Wearables to the Connected Body by Patrice Slupowski
2014 From the Rise of the Wearables to the Connected Body by Patrice Slupowski
2014 From the Rise of the Wearables to the Connected Body by Patrice Slupowski
2014 From the Rise of the Wearables to the Connected Body by Patrice Slupowski
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  • Social is missing
  • Social is missing
    1990 : Portable
    1995 : Digital
    2000 : Connected
    2005 : Mobile
    2010 : Smart

    2015 : Wearable ?
  • - Quote from Qualcomm : 3 times more sensors in 2015
    - Smartphone : sensors + communication modules + battery
  • - After some ideas on the modular conception of smartphones
    - Wearable use smartphone as a hub
  • - Quote from Qualcomm : 3 times more sensors in 2015
    - Smartphone : sensors + communication modules + battery
  • Figures have no limits (1mn)
    I put key figures there in a Candy Crush format to show you that the trend is huge, sometimes funny  & sometimes difficult to reach :
    Cisco estimates at 10billion the number of connected objects in the world today, Deloitte forecasts 10million wearable sell in in 2014, ABI Research estimates that 92 million smartwatches will be sold worldwide within five years, Strategy Analytics predicts sales of 125 million "wearables" in 2017 dominated by smart watches  … The growth on Connected objects +41% between 2010 and 2020 (Gartner) is supposed to be pulled consumer electronic devices such as Smartphones and tablets (Deloitte).
    At the same time 4m glasses in 2014 (Deloitte) is a forecast I would not believe, as these products are still not in shops.
  • In giant datacenters
  • interest of that : you can know what you can track, you can enhance what you can know
  • I’m receiving a dashboard each week, telling me if I’m moving enough, if I’m sleeping well. If I’m doing better than my friends
  • Then some in-depht analysis. For instance I use to think I was an insomniac sleeping from 4 to 6 hours a night.
    I was stressed, agressive, sick … then I’ve decided to sleep between 7 and 9 and my life has changed.
  • Quentiq is building a health score. 1000 you’re in perfect condition, 0 you’re litteraly deadWhat do you think of that ? For me it’s too much, my current wellness status cannot be summarized with one figure.
  • And one day we may even build a Human tricoder that will instantly show our constants as it was done in Star trek.
    The goal won’t be to know everything about everyone, it’s to tell people clues of what to do to enhance how they are and how they feel.
  • 2014 From the Rise of the Wearables to the Connected Body by Patrice Slupowski

    1. 1. From the Rise of the Wearables … … to the Connected Body Patrice Slupowski @slupowski – July 18th – Sophia Antipolis European Innovation Academy
    2. 2. 6 Every five years a word is dominating the CE industry 1990 : Portable 1995 : Digital 2000 : Connected 2005 : Mobile 2010 : Smart … 2015 : Wearable ?
    3. 3. 7 From a floor to your eye: an history of computing 1960 1980 1990 2015? Analog Digital
    4. 4. 8 Smartphones are incorporating more and more sensors
    5. 5. 9 Wearables vs Smartphones  Why not smartphones only ? – Weight – Accuracy – Power – Battery life  Why not wearables only ? – No display – Lack of interface – Cost – Battery life for communication
    6. 6. From a modular smartphone…. …to a hub.
    7. 7. 11 Internet of Things is the next digital revolution wearable cameras sport tracking wellness and e-health smart Clothing motion and brain trackers smart Watches smart Glasses 300 to 500 million devices sales per year in 2017- 2018 according to ABI research compared to 1,7 billion smartphones Mobile is core and the communication hub
    8. 8. 12
    9. 9. 13 Use Cases by Device Attach Point Copyright 2013 Strategy Analytics Inc. 13 Neck / Chest / Arm: •Fitness & health monitoring  Calories  Pedometer  Heart rate  Blood pressure  SOS / Emergency Location tracking Head: •Augmented reality •Navigation •In-view notifications •Email/text (view & edit) •Web browsing •Photography Leg / Ankle: •Fitness & health monitoring  Calories  Pedometer  Heart rate  Blood pressure Location tracking Wrist: •Notifications •Calling (place/answer) •Fitness & health monitoring •Navigation / Location •Photography
    10. 10. 14 Cameras
    11. 11. 15 Cameras
    12. 12. 16 Sport tracking : Devices …
    13. 13. Wearables subgroup : sport, wellness and health Nike Sportives, health & beauty-conscious, geeks Carer s Consumers as patients Withings Withings Withings GlucoDock Remee Jawbone Misfit Shine Fitbit iBGStar Fitbit 17 Equinoxe AMBER Alert Tagg
    14. 14. 18 More devices… Muse The Brainwave sensing headband Release: Q4 2013 Breathometer A Smartphone Breathalyzer Release: Q1 2014 OMsignal Bio-sensing clothing for everyday life Release: ? Smart Sock Fitness Tracker Wellness. Reinvented. Release: Q1 2014 HAPIfork Eat Slowly - Lose Weight - Feel Great Release: Q4 2013 Beam Brush Brush Smart! Release: 2013 Lumoback Meet LUMOback, the Smart Posture & Movement Feedback System Scanadu & Scanaflo Finally, you can know yourself best. Release: Q1 2014
    15. 15. 19 Smart clothing
    16. 16. 20 Motion and brain trackers
    17. 17. 21 Motion and brain trackers : board of imagination
    18. 18. 22 Motion and brain trackers : new interfaces
    19. 19. 23 Smart watches : Basis vs Pebble
    20. 20. 24 Smart Glasses
    21. 21. 25 Smart cars
    22. 22. 26
    23. 23. 27
    24. 24. 28 Analysts are betting on those devices success  300 to 500 million devices sales per year in 2017-2018 according to ABI research compared to 1 billion smartphones  Are there more devices than customers ?  For wellness today’s customer are already doing sport, are technophile, have money to spare for fun and are very concerned with wellbeing. Tomorrow the chase for public health
    25. 25. 29 Watches 2017 2013 Strategy Analytics 2018 0.5m 92m 92m 2014 Deloitte 17m 2014 10m ABI Research Canalys 2013 1.6m Wearables125m 32m Deloitte Bands Deloitte 2014 4m Connected objects 50B 55m 125m 32m 2017 2017 Strategy Analytics Strategy Analytics 20m Glasses Connected object & wearable Saga 20m 2017 Strategy Analytics ABI Research Idate 2016 36B Cisco 2020 50B Idate 2020 68B Cisco 2013 10B McKinsey 2025 2.7T Deloitte 2014 4m
    26. 26. 31
    27. 27. 32
    28. 28. 33 Sleep tracking
    29. 29. Early-user typology Types Objectives Sportive Performance, risk-management, socialization Geek Test, app development Heath-conscious Self-knowledge, healthy life Patient Risk prevention, disease management Carer Monitoring of dependent people (e.g. child, elderly, handicapped) 35
    30. 30. 36 Health insurers' health prevention programs have started leveraging apps and devices In 2012, Aetna's CEO Mark Bertolini said it is no longer in the insurance business, it is in the information business. In 2013, Aetna launched CarePass, an iPhone app and website for managing your fitness
    31. 31. 37 Monetizing connected objects & services + B2B service for partners
    32. 32. 38 Are wearables useful or scary ? Health improvement People (& pet) safety Home automation Energy management Big brother Hacking Bugs Attention dispersion
    33. 33. 39
    34. 34. confidential Orange40 The IoT is covering an incredible number of different topics
    35. 35. 41 • security • control thanks to a personal dashboard • transparency • support for all its customers and users
    36. 36. 42 Orange Positonning in the IoT Market  Orange aims to become an open smart data aggregator of personal data generated by connected objects and its associated services  The platform will be open to the ecosystem for the development of new services and data powered models 1 2 3 4Distribute Smart Objects Support User as Digital Coach Deliver Digital Connected Services Operate User Digital Data Health Wellness Automotive Home …
    37. 37. 43 Orange started retailing smart devices and services Orange Romania Orange Spain Orange Horizons Orange France Orange Poland
    38. 38. 44 Orange provides a multi-purpose open cloud  User data is aggregated and securely hosted by Orange  Innovative cross-data services are developed by ecosystem partners plugging into the Orange cloud hub
    39. 39. 45 More than gadgets these new devices are providing new use cases and even creating new interfaces  Wearables are much more adapted than smartphones for new usages and they use them for communications  Augmented Reality becomes really possible with natural interfaces  Will people adapt them is still a question ?  Monetizing formula : BigData x ( M2M + Wearables) IoT Business = ___________________________ Customers hesitations
    40. 40. - futurism : human tricoder
    41. 41. thanks @slupowski

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