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IoT LPWANs Global Economic Impact opportunities


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Presentation to TechRiot businesses on the IoT, global market opportunities, climate change, the rise of urban mega cities and how humanity and the planet could co-evolve in synchronicity.

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IoT LPWANs Global Economic Impact opportunities

  1. 1. 1 Introducing the IoT and how LPWANs will revolutionize IoT connectivity Matthew Bailey Former Chairman Marketing – Weightless SIG Advisor to the Alberta Government TechRiot - Executive Board Member Award Nominee Business Builder in high-technologies
  2. 2. Introducing the IoT and how it can lead to Planetary Consciousness
  3. 3. Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 3 Common names for the IoT Internet of Everything Internet of Anywhere Industrial Internet Internet of Sensing Internet of Consciousness Machine to Machine
  4. 4. 4 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) Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 $Trillions new global economy (M.I.T) Cisco etc. IoT = Instrumentation (or digitizing) the physical world
  5. 5. 5 Simply put the IoT is… Long Range Wireless (5km +)Short Range Wireless (100s feet) Sensor Wireless Network Application “tweeting” IoT Data Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 LPWANs
  6. 6. 6 IoT Analogy from Nature - Humans 2. Send Information Via body networks 3. Store 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. Sensory inputs Hear, Touch, Taste, Smell, See The Brain = Cloud Computer Property of Matthew Bailey 2016
  7. 7. 7 In mobile phone terms “The Brain” “Mobile Apps” Sensors & Data Identity Location Accelerometer Texts Calls App Data 1. Information 2. Store 3. Process 4. Decisions 5. Take Actions “Big Data” Property of Matthew Bailey 2016
  8. 8. 8 IoT – An Intelligent Planet? 1. IoT Sensors & Information From “things”, “people”, “animals”, “environment” 2. Send IoT Information Via Networks” “Big Data” & “Intelligence” 3. Store and Process information 4. Make Decisions and Take Action “the IoT could create a balanced conversation between physical planet eco-systems and its participants”. Property of Matthew Bailey 2016
  9. 9. 9 IoT could lead to a Conscious Planet? Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 Definition of Consciousness “the state of being awake and aware of one's surroundings” IoT Data from physical world Information Intelligent Action “the IoT is an invitation for humanity and the planet to connect digitally and co-evolve intelligently
  10. 10. 10 Multitudes of IoT Applications The opportunities are endless to instrument anything in the physical world. Only limited by our imagination! Property of Matthew Bailey 2016
  11. 11. 11Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 The IoT - Some statistics….
  12. 12. 12 The IoT - Where is the value? Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 Source - McKinsey
  13. 13. 13 The IoT - Size of Global Markets Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 Source - McKinsey
  14. 14. The IoT has to make an impact in our co-existance with the planet
  15. 15. Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 15 Water precipitation is changing (Source: National Center for Atmospheric Research.)
  16. 16. Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 16 Climate change impacts Ag 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 likely to be flooded at least once every 3 years”
  17. 17. Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 17 We need more food (and water) 3.8 Trillion cubic liters potable water used by humans p.a. • 50% water wasted! • 70% used in Agriculture By 2050 10-13 Trillion cubic liters of potable water Food output must increase by 70% Smart Agriculture $4 Trillion IoT economy
  18. 18. Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 18 Food security is under threat
  19. 19. Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 19 Technology must create impact Real-time climate information at a micro level for Agricultural Land. More accurate climate modelling and prediction leads to better crop management and yield Optimise water use in farming. Globally! Save 40% water Crop yields + 25% Real-time monitoring health and location of livestock. Reduce Heat Stress. Detect disease early Save 60% of $1Billion losses Earlier detection of flooding More sensors the better the information. Results in proactive and effective disaster management. The more sensors that are located across non-urban landscapes…. …the more information we have to optimize yield, manage resources and threats
  20. 20. Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 20 Species are under threat?? 1,000 * What it should be! NRDC state that $15 Billion US crops pollinated by bees e.g. 1 in 3 bites of food! California requires half of all the US honeybees for its $2.3 billion almond crop Pesticides (Bayer) – effected 35 US states (2006)
  21. 21. Low Power Wide Area Networks “Bridging the Connectivity Gap”
  22. 22. 22 Introducing LPWANs 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 – Sub 1Ghz radio, sensors exist on AA battery - years Long Range – 10km + (1 base station supports millions of IoT Messages per day) 3.1 Billion LPWAN connections by 2023 Property of Matthew Bailey 2016
  23. 23. LPWAN Providers
  24. 24. LPWAN Table Summary Open Standard? In US? Functionality Private/ Public Nwk Yes 5 locations N - Uni direction P - Bi direction W - Bi direction Spectrum efficient Both Kind of Maybe 10 locations Bi-direction Spectrum hungry Prone to interference Both No 30 cities 2016 Bi direction Carrier grade 2.4 Mhz More Public No 100 cities 2016 Uni direction Spectrum efficient SNO model More Public Physical network co-existence could be an issue
  25. 25. National Eco-systems Private Eco-systems 0 -> X kmDevices IoT LPWAN 0 -> X km Devices IoT LPWAN 0 -> X km Devices IoT LPWAN 0 - > X km Devices IoT LPWAN 0 - > X km Devices IoT LPWAN 25Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 Two types of IoT LPWAN Networks
  26. 26. Weightless-P - the world’s most advanced LPWAN tech +44 4478 600 17360 white paper comprehensive details free SIG membership possible 17 key USPs 1 x base station 3 x end points 1 x PSU cables Quick Start Guide TEXT email NOW TEXT FOR FULL DETAILS PRE-LAUNCH OFFERS
  27. 27. 27 $40 Million goes a long way! Cover 45% of the USA! 5000 LPWAN Base Stations 5 Billion IoT sensor connections How far would $40 Million go in an LPWAN deployment across the US ? Property of Matthew Bailey 2016
  28. 28. 28 The rise of Mega Cities Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 The world’s population will move to cities due to economic and climate change
  29. 29. At Home - Smart Connected “Things” Smart Fridge Smart Heating Smart Home Smart Car Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 29
  30. 30. “IoT” - Smart City initiatives across the world 30
  31. 31. Source: Next Big Future Global Urbanisation Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 31
  32. 32. Mega Cities are growing Property of Matthew Bailey 2016 32
  33. 33. GDP and Mega Cities 33 2007 50% global GDP from 380 cities developed world 20% GDP from US 190 cities 2025 135 new mega cities developing countries 100 in China 30% developed cities reduced contributions to global GDP Majority global GDP – developing world cities
  34. 34. MKSmart - The IoT & Smart Cities Glasgow (Scotland) Sunderland (North England) Milton Keynes (Central England) Bristol (England/Wales) Many Partners – Diverse Strengths Smart Cities Backed by Gov/EU
  35. 35. E.g. Smart City Use Cases Waste Management Energy/Water Metering Parking Agriculture Street Lighting Transport
  36. 36. US - Smart City Initiatives Find out where they are and get involved! Forge partnerships Get in touch with organizations like these!
  37. 37. Deeper dive into markets where IoT can solve problems
  38. 38. • 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 Giant Leaps – Smart Disaster Warnings
  39. 39. 39 SMART medicine – remote care of the sick and elderly • Aging population – in-home monitoring for health and wellbeing - Heart rate, blood pressure, temperature, position - Lowers total health care costs - Assisted Living • Panic button alarms and emergency notification • Rural community remote diagnostics and disease management - Reduces barriers to access • Medicine dosage notification and delivery • Low cost network Infrastructure and ARPU (device) KEY • Ubiquitous standard for device interoperability • Simpler architectures! Giant Leaps – Smart and Remote Healthcare
  40. 40. 40 • Smart Meters: • Domestic demand management and In-Home display for energy consumption monitoring • Consumer control of energy management and use • Japan already deploying to 10 million homes • UK procurement process begun – contracts awarded Q42012 - 28 Million meters installed & commissioned by 2016 • Smart Grid: • Saves generating capacity and allows enhanced control of load • Annual savings of ~$2Bn for UK Plc alone, $100Bn worldwide Giant Leaps – Smart Energy (Source -> consumer)
  41. 41. 41 SMART Logistics – Where is that container? • Shipping lines own 20m containers - They have good visibility of location of every container on ships and in major ports -  But the containers then go to any of 8000 trucking companies in the US. • There is no standard way to track these shipments - Shipping lines have no visibility of location of containers, delays etc - Consequence - one in three containers is moved empty, costing $30 - $40bn/year •  Better visibility of location of containers moving by road • Low cost, long battery life tracking unit permanently attached to every container • Track every container, all of the time, minimizing empty shipments and saving $bns SMART medicine – remote care of the sick and elderlyGiant Leaps – Smart Logistics
  42. 42. 42 SMART Transport – Infrastructure to driver rewards… ▪ Fleet management - Reduce emissions, consumption & costs ▪ ‘Pay as you drive’ (PAYD) car insurance ▪ Intermodal Asset tracking ▪ Road pricing & congestion charging - Enabled across entire road network ▪ Emergency incident response - Platform for Event Data Recorder (EDR) - Automatic notification of incidents, severity of incident, vehicles involved & substances being carried - Improved response times & minimised disruption SMART medicine – remote care of the sick and elderlyGiant Leaps – Smart Transport
  43. 43. What impact will you create using IoT? 43 “Imagination encircles the world” IoT is a great opportunity for us all to imagine and co-create a purposeful world. Property of Matthew Bailey 2016
  44. 44. Back up Slides 44Property of Matthew Bailey 2016
  45. 45. 45 SMART Cities – intelligent infrastructure • City Wide sensor networks – the backbone of the city • Parking and traffic management – direction to empty spaces • ‘Smart’ Litter bins – emptied on demand • Environmental monitoring – traffic flow control to reduce CO2 • Street Light optimization – activated by movement • Electric Vehicle (EV) re-charging points (EVSE) • Road condition monitoring – variable speed limits, ice gritting... • Integrated traffic management – flow and congestion PLEASE PARK ON L4 498 SMART medicine – remote care of the sick and elderlyGiant Leaps – Smart Cities