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IoT and wearable make contextual computing a reality josephwei

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An view into how sensor fusion of wearables and IoT devices enable contextual computing.

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IoT and wearable make contextual computing a reality josephwei

  1. 1. IoT and Wearables make Contextual Computing a Reality Joseph Wei josephwei@lab360sv.com
  2. 2. Slide # 2March 5, 2015 Contextual computing, also called context-aware computing, is the use of software and hardware to automatically collect and analyze data about a device's surroundings in order to present relevant, actionable information to the end user or take intelligent actions as pre-defined by the end user and the real-time social, location and other pre-set conditions
  3. 3. Slide # 3March 5, 2015 Video by The Connected Devices Laboratory at Brigham Young University https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= NjYTzvAVozo
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  7. 7. Slide # 7March 5, 2015 80% of consumers said healthy living and medical care access are important benefits of wearable technology Source: PWC
  8. 8. Slide # 8March 5, 2015 90% of consumers said its important for wearable technology to help to keep their children safe Source: PWC
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  11. 11. Slide # 11March 5, 2015 83% of consumers list simplification and improved ease of technology is a key benefit Source: PWC
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  25. 25. Slide # 25March 5, 2015 Basic economics of lowering operating costs for consumers, businesses and government agencies Needs more efficient use of natural resources to avoid shortage or depletion (e.g water shortage in CA) in anticipation of global population (11 billion by 2050) Needs to reduce environment issues that impact health, natural resources, and business operations. Broad coverage of wireless connectivity and choices (satellite, 4G, WiFi, Bluetooth, Z-Wave, Zigbee, etc.) Shrinking size and maturity of mobile, wireless and sensors technologies Sensors fusion, Big Data, Machine Learning, 3-D printing, etc., help drive innovations going forward
  26. 26. Slide # 26March 5, 2015 What to focus next?
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  31. 31. Slide # 31March 5, 2015 One thing we don’t have to worry about is running out of Internet addresses. IPv6 protocol has the capacity for 340 trillion trillion (3.4 x 1038) addresses; that’s 100 addresses for every atom on the face of the earth! Additional efficiency and performance can be gained via intelligent contextual computing amongst smart devices (Sensor Fusion & ) Machine learning will continual to improve the interactions between human and devices, and devices to devices Must make these connected devices SAFE & SECURE

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