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Internet of Things: Understanding the Business Impact

  1. 1.     Impact  of  the   Internet  of   Things  (IoT) Dipesh  Mukerji, Kony  Inc.
  2. 2. “Internet  of  Things”   “(IoT)  refers  to  idea  to  connect  the  physical  to   the  digital  via  embedded  technology.  To   receive  data  from  all  kind  of  smart  objects  and   have  them  communicate  and  interact  with  one   another  in  order  to  simplify  and  facilitate   human  life,  improve  business  processes,  reduce   costs  and  risks  and  raise  efficiency.“        
  3. 3. Security   Home   Office   Maps  Auto   Weather   Safety   Compliance   Social  Media   Food   Shopping   Mail   Search   News   Anyone   Entertainment   Corporate   The  Internet  of  things…
  4. 4. Based  on  PopulaFon   Based  on  Industry  
  5. 5. How  Does  It  Work
  6. 6. Enabling  Technologies RFID   To  idenFfy   and  track  the   data  of  things.     Sensors   To  collect  and   process  the   data  to  detect   the  changes  in   the  physical   status  of   things.   Smart  Tech   To  enhance  the   power  of  the   network  by   devolving   processing   capabiliFes  to   different  part  of   the  network.   Nano  Tech   To  make  the   smaller  and   smaller  things   have  the   ability  to   connect  and   interact.   Enabling  Technologies  
  7. 7. ApplicaFons
  8. 8. When  entering  the  doors,  scanners   will  idenFfy  the  tags  on  clothing.       When  shopping  in  the  market,  the   goods  will  introduce  themselves   (iBeacon).       When  moving  the  goods,  the  reader   will  tell  the  staff  to  put  a  new  one.         When  paying  for  the  goods,  the   microchip  of  the  credit  card  will   communicate  with  checkout  reader.     Scenario  
  9. 9. Across  Industries Industry  /   ApplicaFon  area   Case  descripFon   Products  /  services  /  benefits  offered   Technology  needed   Manufacturing   IoT-­‐adapted  manufacturing   processes   CustomizaFon  of  products  during  the   producFon  process.   SituaFon-­‐aware  smart   machines  and  robots   Health   Health  related  products  and   services   Medical  experFse   Sensors,  IoT  communicaFon   infrastructure   Health  guidance  service   Monitoring  of  key  parameters;  analyzes  by   medical  experts.   Sensors   Home   Home  owner’s  digital  service   Monitor  and  manage  faciliFes.   Plug-­‐and-­‐play  devices,   installaFon  package,   open  and  user-­‐friendly   applicaFons   Saving  energy   Measuring  temperature,  and  thus  decreasing   energy  consumpFon   Sensors   Traffic   Traffic  data  marketplace   Real-­‐Fme  traffic,  environment,  weather,  road   condiFon,  incident,  etc.  related  data   Databank,  sensors   Shopping   Electronic  shopping  assistant   Key  informaFon  about  a  product  which  a   customer  points  to  in  a  shop,  for  example   price  per  unit,  producFon/expiraFon  date,   ingredients,  calories,  country  of  origin,  etc.   Electronic  shopping   assistant  device,  RFID   Food   Food  security  tracking  system   Tracing  of  food  products  from  original   material  providers  to  consumers   Sensors,  RFID   Real  Estate   Real-­‐Fme  waste  monitoring   Reducing  the  costs  of  waste  collecFon.   Sensors  
  10. 10. Decision  Making =BeZer   Decisions   ü  More  intelligent   ü  Faster   Processing   Power  /     AnalyFcs   Amount   of  Data   +
  11. 11. Legal  &  Regulatory   Technical  Control  Social  Ethic   Market     Self-­‐regulaFon   SoluFons:     1.  Management   2.  Security   IoT  Challenges:
  12. 12. Challenges  &  Benefits Challenges   •  People  /  Society   •  Security  /  Privacy   •  Governance   •  Standards  /  Policies   •  Resource  Efficiency   •  Tech  Architecture  /  Infrastructure   •  Cost   •  PolluFon  /  Disaster  avoidance   •  Managing  innovaFon   •  Efficiency  /  Speed   •  Energy  /  Power  ConsumpFon   •  Data  volume  &  analyFcs   Benefits   •  BeZer  &  faster  InformaFon   •  Improved  educaFon   •  RegulaFon  /  LegislaFon   •  Quality  of  life   •  Increased  awareness   •  Higher  producFon  /  volume   •  Broader  experiences   •  BeZer  decision  making   •  Resource  opFmizaFon   •  Proficiency   •  Remove  human  error   •  More  services  
  13. 13. Measuring  IoT  Success
  14. 14. Points  of  Engagement  EvoluFon TIME   Single  Channel   Mul4-­‐Channel   Cross-­‐Channel   Omni-­‐Channel  
  15. 15. Development  Teams   Channels   Most companies approach this complexity tactically Tablets   Mobile   Desktop   Kiosk   NEW   App     X  1.0   NEW   App     X  1.0   NEW   App     X  1.0   NEW   App     X  1.0   Scanner  stdIn  =  new  Scanner(System.in    double  speed;  //  User   entered  valuedouble  tailGaFngDistance;  //  user  entered   valudouble  stoppingDistance;System.out.print("Enter  your  speed   (mph):  ");speed  =  stdIn.nextDouble();   System.out.print("Enter  your  tailgate  distance:   ");tailGaFngDistance  =  stdIn.nextDouble();stoppingDistance  =   speed  *  (2.25  +  speed/21);  //  number   stoppingDistanc e     ;speed  =   stdIn.nextDouble   Security   Scanner  stdIn  =  new  Scanner(System.in    double  speed;  //  User   entered  valuedouble  tailGaFngDistance;  //  user  entered   valudouble  stoppingDistance;System.out.print("Enter  your  speed   (mph):  ");speed  =  stdIn.nextDouble();   System.out.print("Enter  your  tailgate  distance:   ");tailGaFngDistance  =  stdIn.nextDouble();stoppingDistance  =   speed  *  (2.25  +  speed/21);  //  number   stoppingDistanc e     ;speed  =   stdIn.nextDouble   synchroniza4on   Features   Scanner  stdIn  =  new  Scanner(System.in    double  speed;  //  User   entered  valuedouble  tailGaFngDistance;  //  user  entered   valudouble  stoppingDistance;System.out.print("Enter  your  speed   (mph):  ");speed  =  stdIn.nextDouble();   System.out.print("Enter  your  tailgate  distance:   ");tailGaFngDistance  =  stdIn.nextDouble();stoppingDistance  =   speed  *  (2.25  +  speed/21);  //  number   stoppingDistanc e     ;speed  =   stdIn.nextDouble   New  OS  upgrades   Security  Patches   Scanner  stdIn  =  new  Scanner(System.in    double  speed;  //  User   entered  valuedouble  tailGaFngDistance;  //  user  entered   valudouble  stoppingDistance;System.out.print("Enter  your  speed   (mph):  ");speed  =  stdIn.nextDouble();   System.out.print("Enter  your  tailgate  distance:   ");tailGaFngDistance  =  stdIn.nextDouble();stoppingDistance  =   speed  *  (2.25  +  speed/21);  //  number   stoppingDistanc e     ;speed  =   stdIn.nextDouble   New  OS  upgrades   New  UIs   Compatability   Mul4ple   Codebases   Same   Features   Mul4ple   Channels   +   +   =  Time  &  $$  
  16. 16. Development  Teams   Channels   The multi-channel approach reduces the complexity Tablets   Mobile   Desktop   Kiosk   NEW   App     X  1.0   NEW   App     X  1.0   NEW   App     X  1.0   NEW   App     X  1.0   Scanner  stdIn  =  new  Scanner(System.in    double  speed;  //  User   entered  valuedouble  tailGaFngDistance;  //  user  entered   valudouble  stoppingDistance;System.out.print("Enter  your  speed   (mph):  ");speed  =  stdIn.nextDouble();   System.out.print("Enter  your  tailgate  distance:   ");tailGaFngDistance  =  stdIn.nextDouble();stoppingDistance  =   speed  *  (2.25  +  speed/21);  //  number   stoppingDistanc e     ;speed  =   stdIn.nextDouble   Security   Scanner  stdIn  =  new  Scanner(System.in    double  speed;  //  User   entered  valuedouble  tailGaFngDistance;  //  user  entered   valudouble  stoppingDistance;System.out.print("Enter  your  speed   (mph):  ");speed  =  stdIn.nextDouble();   System.out.print("Enter  your  tailgate  distance:   ");tailGaFngDistance  =  stdIn.nextDouble();stoppingDistance  =   speed  *  (2.25  +  speed/21);  //  number   stoppingDistanc e     ;speed  =   stdIn.nextDouble   synchroniza4on   Features   Scanner  stdIn  =  new  Scanner(System.in    double  speed;  //  User   entered  valuedouble  tailGaFngDistance;  //  user  entered   valudouble  stoppingDistance;System.out.print("Enter  your  speed   (mph):  ");speed  =  stdIn.nextDouble();   System.out.print("Enter  your  tailgate  distance:   ");tailGaFngDistance  =  stdIn.nextDouble();stoppingDistance  =   speed  *  (2.25  +  speed/21);  //  number   stoppingDistanc e     ;speed  =   stdIn.nextDouble   New  OS  upgrades   Security  Patches   Scanner  stdIn  =  new  Scanner(System.in    double  speed;  //  User   entered  valuedouble  tailGaFngDistance;  //  user  entered   valudouble  stoppingDistance;System.out.print("Enter  your  speed   (mph):  ");speed  =  stdIn.nextDouble();   System.out.print("Enter  your  tailgate  distance:   ");tailGaFngDistance  =  stdIn.nextDouble();stoppingDistance  =   speed  *  (2.25  +  speed/21);  //  number   stoppingDistanc e     ;speed  =   stdIn.nextDouble   New  OS  upgrades   New  UIs   Compatability   Mul4ple   Codebases   Same   Features   Mul4ple   Channels   +   +   =  Time  &  $$   NEW   App     X  1.0  
  17. 17. Cost  of  a  MulF-­‐Channel  Strategy InnovaFon  Bump   Break  even  line   IniFal  Investment  
  18. 18. Will  the  market  keep  up  with  the  IoT? •  Consumer  consumpFon  will  drive  enterprise  adopFon  of     new  channels   •  Security/Accessibility  capabiliFes  will  be  at  a  premium  in   determining  enterprise  adopFon   •  Easy  and  fast  development  plaiorms,  tools  and     communiFes  will  drive  growth   •  Must  work  off  the  cloud   •  Must  seamlessly  integrate  with  exisFng  products   •  Must  have  the  best  yet  different  user  experience   •  Needs  to  be  energy  efficient  
  19. 19. MulF-­‐Channel  Strategy  –  What  To  Consider •  How  large  is  your  user  base?   •  What  do  your  users  want?   •  What  devices  are  your  users  on?   •  What  are  your  operaFonal  and  maintenance     cost  requirements?   •  What  UX  and/or  UI  experience  do  your     users  require?   •  Are  you  looking  to  be  in  the  app  store?   •  How  do  your  users  access  and     consume  content?   •  Does  your  business  need  to  evolve  as  fast  as  technology?  
  20. 20. 20 M2M
  21. 21. Empowering  everywhere.

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