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State of IoT - A Survey (voice Powerpoint download)


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IoT state of the art - survey of IoT and its impact on Big Data - Presented for the Big Data Florida / Central Florida Machine Learning event at Florida Institute of Technology on Feb 13th 2017 by Karl Seiler

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State of IoT - A Survey (voice Powerpoint download)

  1. 1. test & Big Data WHY ITS SO BIG Feb 13, 2017 @ FIT
  2. 2. “…in retrospect it looks like the rapid growth of the WorldWideWeb may have been just the trigger charge that is now setting off the real explosion, as things start to use the Net.” Neil Gershenfeld “WhenThings Start to Think”
  3. 3. "In the next century, planet earth will don an electronic skin. It will use the Internet as a scaffold to support and transmit its sensations. Neil Gross in Business Week
  4. 4. WHAT IS IOT? Internet ofThings (IoT) Internet of Everything Internet Appliances Industrial Internet Smart/Connected car, city, shoe,… Web 3.0 Ubiquitous Computing
  5. 5. WHAT IS IOT? The Internetworking of physical devices / "connected devices"/ "smart devices” Embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity that enable these objects to collect and exchange data Allows objects to be sensed and/or controlled remotely Creating opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems Improved efficiency, accuracy and economic benefit in addition to reduced human intervention Expected to usher in automation in nearly all fields
  6. 6. WHY IT MATTERS If everything / person / place generates fine-grained streams of information… More information = larger the problems we can solve We will see what could never be seen before
  7. 7. WHY IT MATTERS THE BIGTHEORY Data on everything Visibility over time Patterns Reactive optimization Smarter = faster, cleaner, healthier, safer
  8. 8. SCALE
  9. 9. HOW BIG IS IT? 20-50 billion connected devices by 2020 $6trillion spent on IoT In next 5 years bottom line impacts lowering costs increasing productivity new markets GOV improving their citizens’ quality of life $15 Billion spent on smart home 2015 $2trillion Industrial impact by 2020 Rides on 5G, the next generation of wireless 50-100 Connected devices per smart home $500B/y driverless market $1 trillion/y Smart city market $100B/y smart office $2T/y smart factory
  10. 10. WEARABLES
  11. 11. WEAR- ABLES GPS Buttons Fingernails for gestures Virtual assistants in contact lens Power capture shoes Emotion detection shirts Health monitoring ear rings
  12. 12. TRANS- PORT Fuel savings Fatigue No more crashes
  13. 13. TRANS- PORT
  14. 14. CON- TAIN- ERS
  15. 15. HOME OFFICE Smart vents (SOLD OUT)
  16. 16. HOME OFFICE
  17. 17. HOME OFFICE
  18. 18. BIG (IOT) DATA IoT devices generate a lot of data From many sources With a lot of diversity Over time All the time
  19. 19. BIG (IOT) DATA Massive storage Flexible access paradigms Analytics Pattern recognition Decision automation
  20. 20. BIG (IOT) DATA
  21. 21. BIG (IOT) DATA
  22. 22. THE WARN- INGS Security Privacy Fake data The digital divide Overcoming the creepy factor Optimal everything, who is left behind
  23. 23. Always be yourself, unless you can be Batman, then always be Batman.
  24. 24. Karl Seiler | President PIVIT –TURN SMART @pivitguru