[M2M For Real] Keynote Robert Brunbäck, Telenor Connexion

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Robert Brunbäck, CMO, Telenor Connexion
Connected opportunities – From M2M to Internet of Everything

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[M2M For Real] Keynote Robert Brunbäck, Telenor Connexion

  1. 1. Connected opportunitiesFrom M2M to the Internet of everything
  2. 2. Telenor in brief - communication services worldwideTelenor GroupProviding tele, data and media servicesin the Nordics, Europe and Asia.•  148 million mobile subscriptions•  32,000 employees•  Operations in 12 (+18 markets )Telenor ConnexionWe design and operateconnected business solutions.+15 years experience.Late90’sTelenor ispioneeringmachine-to-machine.2003First large-scalepartnershipswith Volvo &Securitas.2005Large-scaleAMR roll-out:Fortum & E.ON.2006Globalexpansionthroughacquisitionof Daimler.2008TelenorConnexionestablishedeSIM patentapproved2009Newtechnicalplatform.2011New serviceportal.M2M qualityprogram.2013Telenor Connexion•  ~70 employees•  Headquarter in Stockholm•  US, Japan, UK, Germany,France regional offices
  3. 3. The 21st century will be equivalent to20,000 years of progress at today’srate – about 1,000 times greaterthan the 20th century.- Raymond ‘Ray’ Kurzweil, Director of Engineering at Google
  4. 4. What fits in a grain of salt?solar cellthin-film batterymemorypressuresensorwireless radioantennaSource: Cisco (2013)
  5. 5. During 2008, things connected to theinternet exceeded the number ofpeople on earth.2003 2010 2015By 2020 therewill be 50 billion…from M2M …to Internet of Everything
  6. 6. 99,4 %of all things are still not connectedSource: Cisco IBSG (2013)
  7. 7. Three kinds of connected opportunitiesReducecostImprovecurrentbusinessEnablenew revenue
  8. 8. Reduced water leaks by ~50%What do Doha, São Paulo & Beijing have in common?
  9. 9. Connectivity simplifies water testing
  10. 10. Tracking trees in Brazil
  11. 11. New York City installs smart trash binsIt’s good for taxpayers,and it’s good for the city’sair quality, and it’s good forthe people who come hereevery day, every night.Michael Bloomberg,Mayor, New York CityCollecting821 tonsof recyclingper year!
  12. 12. Connectivity making a safe product safer
  13. 13. The world’s first mobile glucose meter thatallows you to be connected in real-timeto both your family and your doctorDon’t worry, I am connected
  14. 14. Connected BMW simplifies lifewith and without your car
  15. 15. +20%+44%Källa: Investor’s Business Daily, 20122006 2013Nike connects and builds stronger customer relations
  16. 16. From silo to openFrom product to serviceFrom perfect to BetaDaily customer interactionsEnd-user participationSuccess factors in the connected economyNew ways of working New kinds of relationsTrue loyaltyCollaboration – cross-functional & cross-industry
  17. 17. We design andoperate connectedbusiness solutions. InformationManagementConnectivityServicesProfessionalServices
  18. 18. Let’s get smarter together!robert.brunback@telenor.com+46 708 331580

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