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Practical IoT
Can IoT Positively Impact Climate Change?
#DENStartupWeek
AGENDA
1. Welcome, Panel Introductions
2. Lets tal...
Main Sponsors
2016
Special Thanks to……
2016
How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change?
The Panel
Sherri Hammonds
CTO, IQ Navigator & Board...
Introduction - Matthew
2016
Introduced IoT to
world leaders!
Set world record - IoT wireless standards
IoT business builde...
Introduction - Sherri Hammonds
2016
CTO, IQ Navigator
Board Member of IOT Talent Consortium
https://www.iottalent.org/
IoT...
Introduction - Vic Ahmed
2016
Founder
Innovation Pavillion
Prime Health
TechRiot
http://www.techriot.org/
IoT and Climate ...
Introduction - Paul Kucera
2016
Professor Paul Kucera
National Centre for Atmospheric Research
https://www.ral.ucar.edu/
I...
Introduction - Rolan Ducote
2016
Roland Ducote
Director - IoT Systems
http://iot.arrow.com/
IoT and Climate Change– Start-...
How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change?
Lets talk… Climate Change
http://www.slideshare.net...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
Global Warming and Climate Change
11
Global Warming
refers to an increase in the
earth’s ave...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
Climate Change - effects our global society
12
Climate Change is a GLOBAL problem
Carbon Emi...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
Climate Change - the human factor
13
https://www3.epa.gov/climatechange/science/causes.html
...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
Climate Change - five devastating facts
14
Sea levels rise as ice caps
melt
Plants, animals ...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
Bangladesh/USA - population displacement
15
One fine day in Bangladesh
Increase in sea levels...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
Water precipitation is changing
16
(Source: National Center for Atmospheric Research.)
IoT a...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
Climate Change - already impacts agriculture
17
Texas - 2012 $3.2 Billion of main crops were...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
We need more food (and water)
18
3.8 Trillion cubic liters potable water used by humans p.a....
iwceexpo.com/nif16
#IWCE2016
Climate Change - who cares?
Is this West versus East
issue?
US leading global action

2013 - ...
Paul Kucera
2016
How NCAR is leading Weather prediction and
making a positive impact on the effects
of Climate Change
IoT ...
How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change?
Lets talk… Climate Change (15 mins)
How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change?
Lets talk… The Internet of Things
Introduction to t...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
Common terms used for the IoT
Internet of Everything
Internet of Anywhere
Industrial Interne...
The IoT - Next Giant Leap for Mankind
Billions of cheap sensors located across our planet
“tweeting” tiny bits of informat...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
Simply put the IoT is…
Short Range Wireless (100s
Sensor
(in physical world)
Wireless Networ...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
IoT analogy from nature - Humans
2. Send data
via body networks
Computing Intelligence
3. St...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
IoT - digitizing our planet eco-systems
1. IoT sensors & real world data
From “things”, “peo...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
IoT - multitudes of applications!
IoT enables us to cost effectively monitor and optimize wa...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
IoT Opportunities – Smart Energy
2929
29
• Smart Meters:
• Domestic demand management
• Cons...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
IoT Opportunities – Smart Disaster Warnings
3030SMART Logistics – Where is that container?
•...
iwceexpo.com/nif16
#IWCE2016
IoT requires energy and economically responsible
technologies
Introducing…….. LPWANs
Long ran...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
Bridging IoT “Connectivity Gap”
32
IoT Gap Requirements GSM (4G/LTE/LTE-M) LPWAN
Long range
...
Introducing LPWANs
LPWAN = Low Power Wide Area Network
Unlicensed radio spectrum - its free!
Wireless – new form of “tweet...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
US IoT Economic Framework
34
How much would it cost to cover the
United States with an IoT L...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
US IoT Climate Change Framework
35
National Climate Change
IoT LPWAN Network
Global
mandate
...
iwceexpo.com/
nif16
#IWCE2016
Benefits - IoT Climate Change Framework
36
US protects itself and leads
the world in Climate...
Can IoT help us co-engage with our planet better?
Planet Environments and Co-Habitants
Planet Resources
IoT and Climate Ch...
How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change?
Lets talk… The Internet of Things (20 mins)
How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change?
Audience
Q & A
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Denver Startup Week - How can IoT positively impact Climate Change?

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Session from Denver Startup Week Sept 2016. How can IoT positively impact Climate Change?
https://www.denverstartupweek.org/schedule/2248-practical-iot-how-will-iot-effect-climate-change

Presentation from a sold out live interactive session with Matthew Bailey (IoT Pioneer), Sherri Hammons (CTO, IQ Navigator), Mark Ende (TeechRiot), Paul Kucera (NCAR/UCAR), JobberTechTalk, CTekCorp

Also proposal for a nationwide IoT Climate Change Framework.

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Denver Startup Week - How can IoT positively impact Climate Change?

  1. 1. Practical IoT Can IoT Positively Impact Climate Change? #DENStartupWeek AGENDA 1. Welcome, Panel Introductions 2. Lets talk…Climate Change 3. Lets talk…Can IoT have a positive impact? 4. Lets talk…How to get involved in IoT 5. Lets talk…Audience Q&A September 12th, 2016 12pm – 1:30 pm DISH Grand Central, 1719 Wazee Street, Denver
  2. 2. Main Sponsors 2016
  3. 3. Special Thanks to…… 2016
  4. 4. How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change? The Panel Sherri Hammonds CTO, IQ Navigator & Board Member of IOT Talent Consortium https://www.iottalent.org/ Vic Ahmed Prime Health, Innovation Pavilion TechRiot http://www.techriot.org/ Professor Paul Kucera National Centre for Atmospheric Research https://www.ral.ucar.edu/ Roland Ducote Director - IoT Systems http://iot.arrow.com/ Matthew Bailey (moderator) IoT Pioneer https://www.linkedin.com/in/ matthewjbailey
  5. 5. Introduction - Matthew 2016 Introduced IoT to world leaders! Set world record - IoT wireless standards IoT business builder, award winners Award Nominee - IoT Co-designer of IoT business accelerator 28 years high-tech Cambridge UK Living in USA Advisor to Governments, Fortune X, NGOs and Startups. Blogger, Thought Leader, Futurist, Keynote Speaker IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  6. 6. Introduction - Sherri Hammonds 2016 CTO, IQ Navigator Board Member of IOT Talent Consortium https://www.iottalent.org/ IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  7. 7. Introduction - Vic Ahmed 2016 Founder Innovation Pavillion Prime Health TechRiot http://www.techriot.org/ IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  8. 8. Introduction - Paul Kucera 2016 Professor Paul Kucera National Centre for Atmospheric Research https://www.ral.ucar.edu/ IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  9. 9. Introduction - Rolan Ducote 2016 Roland Ducote Director - IoT Systems http://iot.arrow.com/ IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  10. 10. How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change? Lets talk… Climate Change http://www.slideshare.net/MatthewBailey9/can-technology-save-us-from-ourselves Can Technology Save us from Ourselves
  11. 11. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 Global Warming and Climate Change 11 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 IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  12. 12. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 Climate Change - effects our global society 12 Climate Change is a GLOBAL problem Carbon Emissions on one side of the world affects other parts of our world IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  13. 13. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 Climate Change - the human factor 13 https://www3.epa.gov/climatechange/science/causes.html Build-up of CO2 in the atmosphere is akin to overflowing the bathtub! Human activities release over 30 billion tons of CO2 into the atmosphere every year IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  14. 14. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 Climate Change - five devastating facts 14 Sea levels rise as ice caps melt Plants, animals become extinct 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 IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  15. 15. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 Bangladesh/USA - population displacement 15 One fine day in Bangladesh Increase in sea levels and Bangladesh will see more of this! The USA is NOT off the hook! First citizens relocated due to Climate Change - Louisiana, Alaska Sea levels increase by 1.5 Metres If all ice melted sea levels increase by 70 Metres! IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  16. 16. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 Water precipitation is changing 16 (Source: National Center for Atmospheric Research.) IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  17. 17. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 Climate Change - already impacts agriculture 17 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” IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  18. 18. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 We need more food (and water) 18 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% !! (Source: The Guardian) IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  19. 19. iwceexpo.com/nif16 #IWCE2016 Climate Change - who cares? 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 https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/09/03/fact-sheet-us-china-cooperation- climate-change-0 IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  20. 20. Paul Kucera 2016 How NCAR is leading Weather prediction and making a positive impact on the effects of Climate Change IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  21. 21. How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change? Lets talk… Climate Change (15 mins)
  22. 22. How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change? Lets talk… The Internet of Things Introduction to the “IoT” and planetary intelligence
  23. 23. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 Common terms used for the IoT Internet of Everything Internet of Anywhere Industrial Internet Internet of Sensing Internet of Consciousness Machine to Machine IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  24. 24. The IoT - Next Giant Leap for Mankind Billions of cheap sensors located across our planet “tweeting” tiny bits of information from the physical world Digitized information used by Big Data and Apps to make intelligent decisions to make our lives better. 3rd Wave of Global innovation (source GE Report 2010) 50 Billion connected devices 2020 (source- Mckinsey) $Trillions new global economy (M.I.T) Cisco etc. IoT = Instrumentation (or digitizing) the physical world IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  25. 25. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 Simply put the IoT is… Short Range Wireless (100s Sensor (in physical world) Wireless Network Application “tweeting” IoT Data Long Range Wireless (5km +) LPWANs IoT Intelligence IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  26. 26. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 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 IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  27. 27. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 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 human and planet eco-systems”. 6. Intelligent Action IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  28. 28. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 IoT - multitudes of applications! IoT enables us to cost effectively monitor and optimize water, energy, weather and the environment at fine granularity that was never possible before! IoT enables us to measure and optimize in real-time the condition of any ENVIRONMENTAL locale wihin cities and rural landscapes. IoT enables us to measure and optimize in real-time WATER health, distribution and consumption in every aspect of society. IoT enables us to measure and optimize in real-time ENERGY production, distribution and consumption in every aspect of society. IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  29. 29. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 IoT Opportunities – Smart Energy 2929 29 • 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 We MUST make our energy SMART in order to optimize our energy usage and reduce waste and climate emissions IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  30. 30. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 IoT Opportunities – Smart Disaster Warnings 3030SMART 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 - LPWANs 30 IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  31. 31. 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 IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  32. 32. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 Bridging IoT “Connectivity Gap” 32 IoT Gap Requirements GSM (4G/LTE/LTE-M) 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”. These enable multitudes of sensors to be deployed COST and ENERGY efficiently. This enables a plethora of business propositions IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  33. 33. Introducing LPWANs LPWAN = Low Power Wide Area Network Unlicensed radio spectrum - its free! 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 – Sub 1Ghz radio, sensors exist on AA battery - years Long Range – 10km + (1 base station supports millions of IoT Messages per day) 4 Billion LPWAN connections by 2020 (Jan 2015) IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  34. 34. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 US IoT Economic Framework 34 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! IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  35. 35. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 US IoT Climate Change Framework 35 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 IoT enables all aspects of society to become intelligent with climate change impacts reduced Dedicated Climate Change radio spectrum IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  36. 36. iwceexpo.com/ nif16 #IWCE2016 Benefits - IoT Climate Change Framework 36 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, pro-active response Food production protected New innovation opportunities. Real-time carbon credit exchange? enables huge opportunities for innovation AND economic growth Forges a balanced coexistence between US society and its planet locale IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  37. 37. Can IoT help us co-engage with our planet better? Planet Environments and Co-Habitants Planet Resources IoT and Climate Change– Start-up Denver 2016
  38. 38. How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change? Lets talk… The Internet of Things (20 mins)
  39. 39. How can the Internet of Things (IoT) positively impact Climate Change? Audience Q & A

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