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INNOVATION AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS
IoT is shaping up to be one of the most disruptive and transformative industrial technology events in history. Analysts predict that by 2020, the data coming from tens of billions of devices will drive trillions of dollars in to the economy from new business models that make cities smarter, factories more efficient, and improve society’s overall quality of life. In this session we will take a look at how operational analytics, security concerns, and the user experience are impacting innovation around the Internet of Things.

ABOUT EMEKA
Emeka is the Senior Director for Global Alliances at Wind River, an independent subsidiary of Intel Corp. Emeka is responsible for managing Wind River’s global ecosystem of software partners, aligning them with Wind River’s go-to-market strategy for the Internet of Things and the Wind Helix product portfolio. Emeka has over 20 years of experience developing complex embedded systems and developing tools to support the development of complex embedded systems. A graduate of McGill University, Emeka enjoys cycling, running, playing tennis, jazz, travel, good food, and cheering on his daughters during their soccer matches.

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Innovation and the Internet of Things - Emeka Nwafor (Wind River Systems)

  1. 1. © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. Innovation and the Internet of Things Emeka Nwafor Sr. Director of Global Alliances
  2. 2. These are just a few of my favourite (smart connected) things.
  3. 3. The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the ever-growing network of physical objects that feature an IP address for internet connectivity, and the communication that occurs between these objects and other Internet- enabled devices and systems. (via Webopedia)
  4. 4. “Smart, connected products raise a new set of strategic choices related to how value is created and captured, how the prodigious amount of new (and sensitive) data they generate is utilized and managed, how relationships with traditional business partners such as channels are redefined, and what role companies should play as industry boundaries are expanded.” (via Harvard Business Review, November 2014)
  5. 5. 6 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. Favorable Conditions: Why Now? © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.6 COST OF PROCESSING 60X PAST 10 YEARS COST OF SENSORS 2X PAST 10 YEARS COST OF BANDWIDTH 40X PAST 10 YEARS
  6. 6. 50B Devices $15T Economic Impact 20%+ Growth It’s a really really BIG Opportunity
  7. 7. 8 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. There are two types of IoT Consumer Industrial
  8. 8. 9 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. Two Business Interests Driving IoT Demand Business Optimization  Maximizing value of existing assets and investments  Introduction of new efficiencies  Positive shifts in OPEX and CAPEX Business Transformation  Access to new revenue streams  Transitioning business models  Positive shifts in value creation and value capture
  9. 9. 10 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.© 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.10
  10. 10. PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE AND WEATHER ANTICIPATION FOR SMART BUILDINGS Wind River and the Internet of Things • Use Cases © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.11
  11. 11. Use Case: Smart Building Predictive Maintenance HVAC Requires Maintenance • HVAC system automatically detects and diagnoses a fault • Diagnostic information is included in an automated service notification • HVAC is serviced either remotely through the cloud or on-site depending on fault ! © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.12
  12. 12. Use Case: Smart Building Weather Analysis & Prediction HVAC Anticipates Storm • HVAC system analyzes weather data, accurately predicting incoming storm • System regulates HVAC activity ahead of storm based on electricity pricing information to avoid peak pricing during period of high demand ! © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.13
  13. 13. 14 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. Essential Tenets of Edge-to-Enterprise IoT Systems Monetize Hardware, Software, and Data Management Actionable Analytics Data Normalization Discovery and Provisioning Safety & Security as the Foundation – Hardware and Software
  14. 14. What happens when Hacker meets Smart Connected Vehicle?
  15. 15. 16 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. The Three Phases of Evolution Connecting the Unconnected Intelligent Interconnected Devices Autonomous Software Defined Machines
  16. 16. 17 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. What can we learn from the Internet Economy? Founded in 1994 $89B Founded in 1976 $182.8B Founded in 1998 $66B Creation of sustainable customer relationships by focusing on outcomes, transforming the value chain, and engineering the Consumption of Experience
  17. 17. Machine data will unlock new business value by moving from Demographic-Models of families of devices to Psychographic-Models of each and every smart connected device. [ The Model-of-One ]
  18. 18. 19 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. The Power of the “Model-of-One” for Humans Insights about an individual Age, relationships, spending behaviour, purchase history Profile, optimize, and predict behaviour - create a personal P&L centre What am I likely to purchase based on special events? Tailor services, expand business Offer me add-on products. Suggest things that others have purchased. Related events.
  19. 19. 20 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. The Power of the “Model-of-One” for Devices Insights about a specific device How much has it been used? How has it been used? Profile, optimize, and predict behaviour - create a device- specific P&L centre When will it need to be maintained? When should it be decommissioned? Tailor services, expand business Maintenance contracts. Service frequency. Guaranteed re-sale value. Extended warranty. Add-on products. Replacement products.
  20. 20. 21 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. HERITAGE  1981: Founded  1993: IPO  2009: Acquired SCALE  1,900 Employees  42,000 Developers LEADERSHIP  45% Commercial Market Share  Broadest Portfolio INVESTMENT  30+% of Annual Spend Is on R&D  Rich History of M&A For over thirty years, Wind River has helped the world's most recognizable brands power generation after generation of embedded devices.
  21. 21. 22 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. Delivering Results for the Biggest Brands in the World Airbus Group BAE Systems Boeing Elbit Group Finmeccanica General Dynamics General Electric Honeywell IAI ITT L-3 Communications Alcatel- Lucent Altiostar ARRIS Avaya Ciena Coriant Dialogic Dragonwave Ericsson Fujitsu GENBAND ABB Agilent AREVA Alstom Bombardier Bosch Draeger Deere & Co Emerson Electric General Electric Hitachi Invensys Alpha Networks Canon Fujifilm HP Huawei Iwatsu Kodak Konica Minolta Mitsubishi NEC Aerospace and Defense Network Infrastructure Industrial and Medical Mobile and Consumer AWTC Europe BMW Bosch Clarion Continental Daimler Delphi Fiat Fujitsu General Motors Automotive LIG Nex1 Lockheed Martin NEC Northrop Grumman Mitsubushi Raytheon Rockwell Collins Samsung Thales U.S. Government Harmann HKMC Honda Johnson Controls Mobis Nissan PSA Peugeot Citroen Renault Toyota Valeo Group HP Hitachi Huawei Hypercom Kapsch Kyocera Motorola NEC Nokia Samsung Tellabs ZTE KUKA Mitsubishi Nikon Panasonic Philips Rockwell Automation Schneider Electric Siemens Stryker Toshiba Varian Oki Pace Quanta Ricoh Sumitomi Sharp Sony Sky Toshiba Zhone
  22. 22. 23 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. Core Values  Ease of Use  End-to-end Security  High Availability/Robustness  Predictable Real-time Performance  Extensibility 23 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.
  23. 23. 24 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. Wind River Helix: System-Level Solutions for the Internet of Things Intelligent Connected Devices Safe & Secure Operating Systems Failsafe Networking Environments Data & App Management NETWORKS CLOUDSDEVICES Product Lifecycle System Simulation IoT App Development Tools Real-time Virtualization Connectivity Agents Infrastructure Platforms Orchestration Network Services Edge Management API Management Analytics
  24. 24. 25 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.25 © 2015 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.

INNOVATION AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS IoT is shaping up to be one of the most disruptive and transformative industrial technology events in history. Analysts predict that by 2020, the data coming from tens of billions of devices will drive trillions of dollars in to the economy from new business models that make cities smarter, factories more efficient, and improve society’s overall quality of life. In this session we will take a look at how operational analytics, security concerns, and the user experience are impacting innovation around the Internet of Things. ABOUT EMEKA Emeka is the Senior Director for Global Alliances at Wind River, an independent subsidiary of Intel Corp. Emeka is responsible for managing Wind River’s global ecosystem of software partners, aligning them with Wind River’s go-to-market strategy for the Internet of Things and the Wind Helix product portfolio. Emeka has over 20 years of experience developing complex embedded systems and developing tools to support the development of complex embedded systems. A graduate of McGill University, Emeka enjoys cycling, running, playing tennis, jazz, travel, good food, and cheering on his daughters during their soccer matches.

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