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Ces 2013 11 jan13

  1. 1. Hyper connected worldThink mobility firstObservations/thoughts from the Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas 20131
  2. 2. 4 things to rememberSensors in everythingData everywhereHyper connected worldThink mobility first2
  3. 3. Contents: Hyper connected world1. Beyond size and definition?2. Sensors in everything. Data everywhere3. Everyone is thinking mobility first4. Phablets & Tabtops5. Touchless interaction6. The Appmobile7. Connected home8. Automated health3
  4. 4. Lots on “size” Big, bigger, biggest screens4
  5. 5. Lots on “definition” Ultra high definition 3d high definition5
  6. 6. Contents: Hyper connected world1. Beyond size and definition?2. Sensors in everything. Data everywhere3. Everyone is thinking mobility first4. Phablets & Tabtops5. Touchless interaction6. The Appmobile7. Connected home8. Automated health6
  7. 7. Sensors in everything: Data everywhere Hapifork: GeckoCap: Withings Wi-Fi body scale: Detects the loop made when you pick up food, put Small glowing smart button that can be it in your mouth, and then return the fork to your Weighs you and tracks the evolution of added to any asthma inhaler. plate. If you have carried out the action too your weight. No need to manually quickly it buzzes in your hand to tell you to slow Notification system lets you know track your measurements. down. Uploads data to a smartphone app to help when each inhaler was used, you keep track of your eating habits or when their inhaler is running low.7
  8. 8. Sensors in everything: Data everywhere Rest’s baby onesie: Ubox: Parrot’s flower power: Employs sensors that detect Smart pillbox that helps you take your Wireless plant sensor that helps keep respiration, skin temperature and body medicine on time. Can share your track of the soil around your plant and position, sending data to a smartphone schedule with your chosen loved ones provides feedback to let you know or tablet. Warns a parent if child is ill or and your doctor. Warns them if you exactly what you need to do to keep having problems breathing. have missed a vital pill. the particular plant species alive.8
  9. 9. Sensors in everything: Data everywhere Fitbit: Vue’s disposable 7 day patch: Trakdot luggage tracker: By day it tracks your steps. By night it can Collects more than 5,000 data points Can be packed in a suitcase and uses track your sleep. Users keep track of how per minute. Data uploaded for use as a mobile phone connection to update theyre doing by opening the Fitbit app. a guideline to determine the need for users on the whereabouts of their It can nudge the wearer if they need to be behavioural modification to promote luggage. Automatically goes to sleep more active as the day goes on. weight loss and other wellness efforts. during flights.9
  10. 10. Contents: Hyper connected world1. Beyond size and definition?2. Sensors in everything. Data everywhere3. Everyone is thinking mobility first4. Phablets & Tabtops5. Touchless interaction6. The Appmobile7. Connected home8. Automated health10
  11. 11. All roads lead to smart mobile devices Rest’s baby Parrot’s flower onesie power11
  12. 12. The 1st screens that people are now designing for12
  13. 13. solomoshould probably besohomo**aol: 66% of mobile minutes are used in the home13
  14. 14. Mobile: 9PC: 6*facebook: Average user usage hours per month by platform14
  15. 15. Contents: Hyper connected world1. Beyond size and definition?2. Sensors in everything. Data everywhere3. Everyone is thinking mobility first4. Phablets & Tabtops5. Touchless interaction6. The Appmobile7. Connected home8. Automated health15
  16. 16. mo?
  17. 17. Smart phone? Tablet? Phablet? Lots of different sizes on display : Phones get bigger : Tablets get smaller17
  18. 18. Tablet? Laptop? Tabtop? As many as 30 to 40 hardware designs for laptops : “Rip & flip" Lenovo18
  19. 19. Contents: Hyper connected world1. Beyond size and definition?2. Sensors in everything. Data everywhere3. Everyone is thinking mobility first4. Phablets & Tabtops5. Touchless interaction6. The Appmobile7. Connected home8. Automated health19
  20. 20. Gesture and voice controlProminent presence20
  21. 21. More accessible to the mainstream? Leap motion’s Leap: a $70 device that will enable consumers to add precise three-dimensional motion detection to their computers21
  22. 22. Contents: Hyper connected world1. Beyond size and definition?2. Sensors in everything. Data everywhere3. Everyone is thinking mobility first4. Phablets & Tabtops5. Touchless interaction6. The Appmobile7. Connected home8. Automated health22
  23. 23. The Appmobile Ford & GM open up the dashboard to app developers23
  24. 24. Hyper connected world : thinking mobility first24
  25. 25. Contents: Hyper connected world1. Beyond size and definition?2. Sensors in everything. Data everywhere3. Everyone is thinking mobility first4. Phablets & Tabtops5. Touchless interaction6. The Appmobile7. Connected home8. Automated health25
  26. 26. The dream becomes more accessible26
  27. 27. Hyper connected world : thinking mobility first27
  28. 28. Contents: Hyper connected world1. Beyond size and definition?2. Sensors in everything. Data everywhere3. Everyone is thinking mobility first4. Phablets & Tabtops5. Touchless interaction6. The Appmobile7. Connected home8. Automated health28
  29. 29. Automated health: 25% more floor space vs. 201229
  30. 30. 4 things to rememberSensors in everythingData everywhereHyper connected worldThink mobility first30

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