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Matthew Bailey - April 2016
Earth Day
Can technology save us from ourselves ?
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Introduction to Matthew
Introduced IoT to
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An introduction to our Earth
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Earth was formed 4 Billion
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humanity - current status
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Homo Sapiens have existed for 100,000 y...
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Lets talk about…….Climate Change
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Climate Change - who cares?
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Is this West versus East
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US le...
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Climate Change - effects our global society
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Climate Change is a...
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Climate Change - the human factor
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https://www3.epa.gov/climatec...
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Global Warming and Climate Change
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Global Warming
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Climate Change - five devastating effects
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Sea levels rise as i...
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Bangladesh - sea level increase
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One fine day in Bangladesh
Incr...
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Climate Change - recent disaster events
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These are terrible eve...
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Lets talk about…. food and water
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Water precipitation is changing
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(Source: National Center
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Food security is under threat
This is a GLOBAL problem and action must be taken!
Increase in temperature reduces crop yiel...
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Climate Change - already impacts agriculture
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Texas - 2012 $3.2...
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We need more food (and water)
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3.8 Trillion cubic liters potabl...
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So, what can be done?
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Can technology save us from ourselves?
Huma...
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Introduction to the “IoT” and planetary intelligence
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Common terms used for the IoT
Internet of Everything
Internet of ...
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The IoT - Next giant leap for Mankind
Billions of cheap sensors l...
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Simply put the IoT is…
Short Range Wireless (100s feet)
Sensor
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IoT analogy from nature - Humans
2. Send data
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IoT - digitizing our planet eco-systems
1. IoT sensors & real wor...
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IoT - leads to a Conscious Planet?
Definition of Consciousness
“t...
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IoT - multitudes of applications!
The opportunities are endless t...
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IoT requires energy and economically responsible
technologies
Introducing…….. LPWANs
Long ran...
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Bridging IoT “Connectivity Gap”
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IoT Gap Requirements GSM LPWAN...
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Introducing LPWANs
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LPWAN = Low Power Wide Area Network
Unlicen...
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LPWAN Providers
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30 US Cities 2016
Mumbai - Tata Comms
100 US C...
CAPEX to cover 75% of the USA!
10,000 LPWAN Base Stations
10 Billion IoT LPWAN connections
$40 Million goes a long way!
Ma...
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US IoT Economic Framework
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How much would it cost to cover the
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US IoT Climate Change Framework
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National Climate Change
IoT LP...
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Benefits - IoT Climate Change Framework
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US protects itself and...
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This?
Or this?
Can technology save us from ourselves?
Something h...
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What impact will you create using IoT?
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“Imagination encircles ...
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IoT - Smart City innovation landscape
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Smart City - some use cases
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Waste Management Energy/Water Mete...
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IoT Opportunities – Smart Energy
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Earth Day keynote to the City of Parker, Colorado.

With the tremendous technology advances humanity has made, how is the planet fairing? What are the consequences that our planet and humanity faces from this progress? Can a balanced coexistence be struck for the planet and humanity to evolve together?

Climate Change is a global problem which threatens the very existence of humanity. So, can technology saves us from ourselves?

This presentation proposes an IoT Climate Change Framework that could just help strike a balance between humanity and the planet.

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  1. 1. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Earth Day Can technology save us from ourselves ? Matthew Bailey
  2. 2. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Introduction to Matthew Introduced IoT to world leaders! Set world record - IoT wireless standards IoT business builder, award winners Co-designer of IoT business accelerator Award Nominee - IoT 28 years high-tech Cambridge UK Living in USA
  3. 3. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 An introduction to our Earth Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Earth was formed 4 Billion years ago Gaia - ancient Greek Goddess of Earth. ’First to arise from chaos'. 'Mother of all’ India referred to Gaia 1000 years before Greeks Since the start of humanity, are we stewarding Gaia responsibly?
  4. 4. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 humanity - current status Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Homo Sapiens have existed for 100,000 years About 7.4 Billion people on the planet 2016 Learned to read and write Split the atom Communicate digitally Travelled into space Humanity has achieved much! So, how is our planet fairing as humanity advances?
  5. 5. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Lets talk about…….Climate Change Matthew Bailey - April 2016
  6. 6. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Climate Change - who cares? Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Is this West versus East issue? US leading global action 2013 - Climate Action Plan 2015 - Clean Power Plan The simple fact is that each one of us should care about Climate Change
  7. 7. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Climate Change - effects our global society 7 Climate Change is a GLOBAL problem Carbon Emissions on one side of the world affects other parts of our world
  8. 8. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Climate Change - the human factor 8 https://www3.epa.gov/climatechange/science/causes.html Build-up of CO2 in the atmosphere is akin to overflowing the bathtub! PROBLEM !! Human activities currently release over 30 billion tons of CO2 into the atmosphere every year
  9. 9. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Global Warming and Climate Change 9 Global Warming refers to an increase in the earth’s average temperature Climate Change describes ALL changes to our climate, including global warming Climate Change is the BIG picture. Global warming is part of climate change and a main contributor
  10. 10. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Climate Change - five devastating effects 10 Sea levels rise as ice caps melt Plants, animals become extinct (Fauna and Flora) Severe storms get stronger (Hurricane Katrina $$Billions)Global temperatures rise - ice caps melt, disease increases Agriculture is severely threatened Climate Change is GLOBAL It effects:- Economies People Species
  11. 11. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Bangladesh - sea level increase 11 One fine day in Bangladesh Increase in sea levels and Bangladesh will see more of this! The USA is NOT off the hook! Sea levels increase by 1.5 Metres 18 Million people displaced! If all ice melted sea levels increase by 70 Metres! 80% of arctic sea volume lost since 1980!
  12. 12. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Climate Change - recent disaster events 12 These are terrible events and we must use technologies for earlier detection and better management when disaster strikes 2016 - India power station shut down lack of water (source BBC) 2013 - Colorado $2 Billion damage (source CNN) 2015 - Nepal 8,000 people lost 1 Million displaced 2016 - Equador 280 people lost (source CNN) 2012 - USA Hurricane Sandy $68 Billion damage
  13. 13. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Lets talk about…. food and water Matthew Bailey - April 2016
  14. 14. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Water precipitation is changing 14 (Source: National Center for Atmospheric Research.)
  15. 15. Food security is under threat This is a GLOBAL problem and action must be taken! Increase in temperature reduces crop yields!
  16. 16. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Climate Change - already impacts agriculture 16 Texas - 2012 $3.2 Billion of main crops were lost due to drought. Nearly 50% of the annual state Ag revenue (AgriLife) Florida - 2010 $100 Million of crops were lost – 2 week freeze. (Florida Trend) USA - Heat stress costs the dairy and beef industry $1Billion p.a India – 1970 – Cyclone – 2 Million cattle lost UK Parliament report 2012 predicts that Increasing amounts of high-quality horticultural and arable land flooded at least once every 3 years”
  17. 17. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 We need more food (and water) 17 3.8 Trillion cubic liters potable water used by humans p.a. 70% potable water used in Agriculture 50% potable water is wasted 2050 - 10-13 Trillion cubic liters of potable water needed to serve humanity and Agriculture consumption! 2050 - Food output must increase by 70% !!
  18. 18. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 So, what can be done? Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Can technology save us from ourselves? Humanity is clearly contributing to Climate Change and if the rate of increase in global warming continues there will be significant problems for our global society A new global mindset. Tackle climate change in every aspect of our lives, business, economies and social structures Humanity has invented the THIRD global wave of innovation called the Internet of Things (IoT)
  19. 19. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Introduction to the “IoT” and planetary intelligence
  20. 20. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Common terms used for the IoT Internet of Everything Internet of Anywhere Industrial Internet Internet of Sensing Internet of Consciousness Machine to Machine
  21. 21. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 The IoT - Next giant leap for Mankind Billions of cheap sensors located across our planet measuring the physical world and then “tweeting” tiny amounts of digitized data 3rd Wave of Global innovation (source GE Report 2010) 50 Billion connected devices 2020 (source- Mckinsey) $Trillions new global economy (M.I.T) Cisco, IBM, Gartner etc. IoT = Instrumenting (digitizing) the physical world Digitized data is used by Big Data and processed by IoT Apps to make intelligent decisions to make our lives better.
  22. 22. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Simply put the IoT is… Short Range Wireless (100s feet) Sensor (in physical world) Wireless Network Application “tweeting” IoT Data Long Range Wireless (5km +) LPWANs IoT Intelligence
  23. 23. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 IoT analogy from nature - Humans 2. Send data via body networks Computing Intelligence 3. Store data and Process information 4. Make Decisions and Take Action 5. Actions Run, Walk, Cry, Speak, Sit, Write, Sleep, Read, Create, Eat, Pain, Joy, Sadness……. 1. Billions of sensory inputs Hear, Touch, Taste, Smell, See The Brain = Cloud Computing Intelligence
  24. 24. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 IoT - digitizing our planet eco-systems 1. IoT sensors & real world data From “things”, “people”, “animals”, “environment”, and “cities” “Big Data” + “Artificial Intelligence” 3. Store data and Process 4. Create information 5. Make Decisions 2. Send IoT real world data via networks “the IoT could create a balanced coexistence between planet eco-systems and its participants”. 6. Intelligent Action
  25. 25. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 IoT - leads to a Conscious Planet? Definition of Consciousness “the state of being awake and aware of one's surroundings” IoT data from physical world Information on surroundings Computing intelligence takes actions based on awareness of surroundings the IoT is an invitation for humanity and the planet to connect digitally and co-evolve intelligently
  26. 26. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 IoT - multitudes of applications! The opportunities are endless to instrument anything in the physical world Wearable computing will allow us to measure in real-time the heartbeat and blood pressure of every person in the US. Imagine how will that revolutionize healthcare? IoT enables us to measure ALL the water across US rural landscapes in real-time. We can measure and efficiently use water in food production IoT enables us to measure in real-time energy production, distribution and consumption across the entire US. We can measure and efficiently use energy across all aspects of society
  27. 27. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 IoT requires energy and economically responsible technologies Introducing…….. LPWANs Long range, low power, low cost wireless telecommunications that bridge the “IoT Connectivity Gap” Humanity will be going backwards if IoT uses technologies that are cost prohibitive or energy inefficient Matthew Bailey - April 2016
  28. 28. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Bridging IoT “Connectivity Gap” 28 IoT Gap Requirements GSM LPWAN Long range wireless sensor communications? Yes - 10km + ideal Yes Yes Low cost to connect sensor into wireless network? Yes - Ideally $2 for a radio module. Enable multitudes of sensor deployments and business cases as possible No ($30-$50) radio module $40k - $100k certification process Yes ($2-$5) radio module < $1k certification process Long sensor battery life? Yes - 5-10 years on AA battery Maybe 6 months Yes - upto 10 years on AA battery Realistic sensor to base station range (non- urban) 10km + 10 km 15 km - antenna at height of 60 feet Low cost to build large scale wireless IoT networks? Yes - deployments cheap as possible Enable organizations to build IoT networks $$ Billions - purchase licensed spectrum AND then build infrastructure $$ Millions uses unlicensed spectrum. Levers existing telecoms infrastructure LPWANs have been specifically designed to bridge the IoT “connectivity gap” , enabling multitudes of COST and ENERGY efficient business propositions
  29. 29. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Introducing LPWANs 29 LPWAN = Low Power Wide Area Network Unlicensed radio spectrum Wireless – new form of “tweeting” cellular Developed specifically for the IoT New paradigm for build of IoT solutions, Impact and ROI World first open Standard for IoT LPWANs Open standards proven to develop wireless markets Low Cost – sensor connections, data costs, IoT infrastructure build Low Power – “tweets” over the air, sensors exist on AA battery - years Long Range – 10km + (1 base station supports millions of IoT tweets per day) 3.1 Billion LPWAN connections by 2023
  30. 30. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 LPWAN Providers 30 30 US Cities 2016 Mumbai - Tata Comms 100 US Cities 2016 Off-Grid LPWAN
  31. 31. CAPEX to cover 75% of the USA! 10,000 LPWAN Base Stations 10 Billion IoT LPWAN connections $40 Million goes a long way! Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Smart Metering project. Cost $40 Million How far would $40 Million go in an LPWAN deployment across the US ?
  32. 32. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 US IoT Economic Framework 32 How much would it cost to cover the United States with an IoT LPWAN? $60 Million Dollars! 14,000 LPWAN Base Stations 14 Billion IoT sensor connections LPWANs could be the biggest innovation and economic growth opportunity we have ever seen!
  33. 33. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 US IoT Climate Change Framework 33 National Climate Change IoT LPWAN Network Global mandate Federal mandate State mandate IoT national network equips public and private sector to create IoT Climate Change solutions inline with mandates Dedicated IoT sensors to serve Climate Change markets. Stimulate manufacturing economy US becomes global leader as a Smart Society and LEADS a balanced existence with the planet All aspects of society becomes intelligently managed with climate change fully integrated Dedicated Climate Change radio spectrum
  34. 34. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Benefits - IoT Climate Change Framework 34 US protects itself and leads the world in Climate Change action Businesses can comply with Climate Change mandates Carbon emissions reduced. Energy and water stewarded responsibly in all aspects of society Disasters reduce, detected earlier, efficient response Food production protected New innovation opportunities. Real-time carbon credit exchange? Forges a balanced coexistence with our planet and also…. enables huge opportunities for innovation AND economic growth
  35. 35. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 This? Or this? Can technology save us from ourselves? Something has to be done to prevent the devastating effects of Climate Change. We face the “Choiceless Choice” On Earth Day, Gaia is inviting humanity to decide what kind of world do we wish to create with our technologies?
  36. 36. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 What impact will you create using IoT? 36 “Imagination encircles the world” IoT is a great opportunity for us all to imagine and co-create a purposeful world in balance with our Planet
  37. 37. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Thank you! Any Questions? matthew@myamplexus.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewjbailey @PioneerIoT
  38. 38. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 IoT - Smart City innovation landscape Platforms, Big Data, AI, Apps IoT Telecoms Infrastructure Multitudes of IoT Sensors Smart Cities can be Climate Change focused by optimizing usage of planet resources such as energy and water as well as reducing carbon emissions
  39. 39. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 Smart City - some use cases 39 Waste Management Energy/Water Metering Parking Agriculture Street Lighting Transport
  40. 40. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 IoT Opportunities – Smart Energy 40 40 40 • Smart Meters: • Domestic demand management • Consumer control of energy management and use • Smart Grid: • Saves generating capacity and optimizes control of load • Annual savings of ~$2Bn for UK Plc alone, $100Bn worldwide 40 We MUST make our energy SMART in order to reduce Climate Change impact
  41. 41. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Matthew Bailey - April 2016 IoT Opportunities – Smart Disaster Warnings 41 41 SMART Logistics – Where is that container? • Disposable sensor modules that activate automatically • Safe, instantaneous environmental monitoring • Pollution, radiation, temperature, vibration… • Difficult or dangerous places • Low cost and long battery life for sensor modules • Simple to deploy infrastructure 41

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