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Eva Vennema - IBM - IoT & The City

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WANNEER?

Maandag 5 september 2016
9:00 - 18:00 uur (inloop vanaf 8:30 uur)

WAAR?
Raadzaal Stadhuis
Amstel 1 Amsterdam

WAT?
Internet of Things (IoT) technologie voor (lokale) overheid ervaren
Samen met (inter)nationale experts (on)mogelijkheden ervaren

WIE?
Ambtenaren met IT of IV functies/rollen of interesse voor nieuwste IT trends en ontwikkelingen
Experts op het gebied van Internet of Things (IoT)

PROGRAMMA

8:30 - inloop gasten

9:00 - opening - Gemeente Amsterdam - Nuray Gokalp
9:15 - welkom - Gemeente Amsterdam - CTO - Ger Baron
9:30 - pitch - Gemeente Amsterdam - Verbindingen - Arnan Oberski
9:45 - pitch - Gemeente Amsterdam - Werkplek - Pieter Neuvel
10:00 - pitch - Gemeente Amsterdam - Sport - Philipp van Benthem
10:15 - pitch - Gemeente Amsterdam - Zorg / GGD - Petra van Tiggelen

10:30 - pauze - 30 min

11:00 - presentatie - UvA/HvA Digital Life - Ben Krose
11:15 - presentatie - Port of Amsterdam - Joost Zuidema
11:30 - presentatie - Waag Society - Frank Kresin
11:45 - presentatie - TNO - Freek Bomhof
12:00 - presentatie - Hackitarians - Jurjen Sohne
12:15 - presentatie - Glimworm / IoT Living Lab - Jonathan Carter

12:30 - lunch - 60 min

13:30 - presentatie - The Things Network - Laurens Slats
13:45 - presentatie - TreeWiFi - Joris Lam
14:00 - presentatie - Triggi - Arjen Noorbergen & Teun Wagenaar
14:15 - presentatie - Info.nl - Iskander Smit
14:30 - presentatie - 30MHz - Jurg van Vliet
14:45 - presentatie - Social Magnetics - Christian Beaumont

15:00 - pauze - 30 min

15:30 - presentatie - Amsterdam Innovation Arena - Huib Pasman
15:45 - presentatie - Sparked - Dave Kiwi
16:00 - presentatie - Hitachi - Rob Hilterman
16:15 - presentatie - Huawei - Lars Heeg
16:30 - presentatie - IBM - Eva Vennema & Mark Spijkers
16:45 - presentatie - Sightcorp - Roberto Valenti

17:00 - borrel - 60 min

18:00 - sluiting

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MeetUp - Amsterdam Tech City
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CONTACT
Nuray Gokalp
Mobiel +31(0)6-46068985
Email n.gokalp@amsterdam.nl
Twitter & Instagram @NurayG
LinkedIn NurayGokalp
Skype Nuray.Gokalp

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Eva Vennema - IBM - IoT & The City

  1. 1. IBM Internet of Things Strategy and Offerings
  2. 2. Who are you? 1 Eva Vennema! ! ! ! ! Mark Spijkers! ! ! ! ! ! Charles Earle
  3. 3. Me & IoT
  4. 4. IBM is a leader in defining IoT Participating member in key open standards and industry initiatives 6
  5. 5. IBM invests $3B over the next four years to help clients and ecosystem partners build IoT solutions
  6. 6. IBM made significant announcements in 2015 Devices & Networks Industry Transformation IoT Applications Platforms 1Q 2015! 2Q 2015! 4Q 2015! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! TI Security Partnership! ! ! 3Q 2015! Maximo Asset Mgt, On prem & SaaS Real Time Insights TRIRIGA Data Manager All IBM IoT Training ( 400k) Global IoT Competency Center Launch Weather data and rich plaJorm Maximo for aviation, with Airbus! Developer Works IoT Recipes Product Line Engineering ! Tier 1 Electronics vendor joint announcement Additional IBM IoT Industry Solutions ! IBM IoT Cloud Open Platform! Bluemix IoT Zone! IBM Connects Internet of Things to the Enterprise IoT as new IBM Business Unit IBM IoT for Electronics, IBM IoT for Automotive! Maximo for Oil & Gas, Maximo for Service Providers, Maximo for Health/ Safety/Env 8
  7. 7. IoT is Driving Digital Disruption Into the Physical World Accelerating Advancements in Technology… Are transforming every part of business… Advanced Analytics Product Lifecycle Mgmt Cloud Computing Pervasive Connectivity Embedded Sensors Creating New Products and Business Models §  Smarter, safer cars §  Health and fitness §  Home and building automation Improving Operations and Lowering Costs §  Predictive maintenance §  Analyze and reduce risk §  Factory automation Driving Engagement and Customer Experience §  Smarter, more profitable retail §  Engaged events and venues §  Apps that link the digital and physical world around a brand 9
  8. 8. IoT represents enormous scale and impact 25 Billion Installed IoT Devices2 by 2020 $3.6 Trillion PotenVal economic impact1 per year by 2020 70% B2BIoT value created in B2B use cases3 Source: 1) McKinsey June 2015 2) Gartner November 2014 Connected devices are growing at an exponential rate! Value derived from this connectivity drives massive monetary opportunity! Majority of value will be in B2B and B2B2C use cases! 10
  9. 9. With IoT, companies are becoming more competitive with new ways to drive better business engagement I need to reduce the cost of running my building How can I best support our organization's environmental sustainability objectives? We need to create multiple variants of our products for different markets I need help managing complex development projects How can I increase the utilization of my assets? Can I reduce maintenance costs by doing condition repairs instead of time- based maintenance I need to reduce/eliminate my factory downtime due to unplanned outages I have assets deployed all over the place that need a repair process How much more revenue can I generate from my current assets? How much energy cost can I reduce? I have to prove we met regulatory specs to an auditor! I need to find new sources of revenue by moving to new service-business models How can my business deliver better client experience or better outcomes with IoT I need to reduce risk developing this complex device
  10. 10. IoT value is realized in four fundamental areas 12 Smarter retail Smarter vehicles Smarter home Smarter health Smarter factories Smarter transportation IoT Cloud Platform Schedule Maintenance EffecVveness Efficiency Safety Warranty OperaVon Analysis ü  Connecting what matters ü  Evolving new business models ü  Optimizing operations and enhancing performance ü  Building and managing IoT solutions
  11. 11. Third Party Apps IBM IoT Foundation offerings IBM IoT Foundation Connect Attach, Collect & Organize, Device Management, Secure Connectivity, Visualization IBM IoT Foundation Information Management Storage & Archive, Metadata Management, Reporting, Streaming data, Parsing and Transformation, Manage unstructured data IBM IoT Foundation Analytics Predictive, Cognitive, Real-time, and Contextual IBM IoT Foundation Risk Management Security Analytics, Data Protection, Auditing/Logging, Firmware Updates, Key/Cert Mgmt, Org Specific Security Third Party Apps The IBM IoT Foundation Everything you need to Innovate with IoT 13
  12. 12. Combining weather, analytics and internet of things to deliver better outcomes 14 Weather assets fuel IoT transformation across industries ²  Incorporate weather data into your IoT applications ²  Combine weather data in your data set to gain more insight ²  “Insights for Weather” API now available on Bluemix WeatherData!
  13. 13. At the Scale of 26 Billion Forecasts Per Day What’s Unique About Weather?
  14. 14. Amsterdam, August 24th 2015 RainSense To miVgate flooding we need Street-level predicVons
  15. 15. Amsterdam RainSense Experiment
  16. 16. Adding cognitive capabilities to IoT data produces the intelligence of cognitive IoT 18 Cognitive! Natural Language Processing Machine Learning Video/ Image/Audio AnalyVcs Text AnalyVcs
  17. 17. IBM IoT applications that drive Asset and Facility Management Performance IoT for Automotive IoT for Electronics IoT for Retail IoT for Insurance Analytics Security Connectivity Big Data Sensors Meters Controllers Wearables Analyzers Real-Time Informed Decisions Increased Asset Performance OpNmized Cost of Maintenance Manage Risk to OperaNons Maintain OperaNve Compliance SocialWeather 19 Asset Management Condition Based Maintenance Predictive Asset Health Facilities Management Space Optimization Energy Management
  18. 18. 20 IoT enabled Condition-based Maintenance Keep assets operating at peak performance
  19. 19. Photo taken from IBM building in Bois Colombes, France 21 Employees need a Guardian Angel to help them work more safely. Worker Safety
  20. 20. Wearable Sensors to keep Workers Safe. 22 Wearable sensors detect anomalies that will trigger an alert to protect the personal wellness and safety of workers. Alerts GPS Sensor: location Accelerometer: Speed-X Speed-Y Speed-Z Bio-sensing: heart-rate Body temperature Environmental-sensing: temperature light noise oxygen deficiency carbon monoxide Alert Worker Alert Supervisor and Emergency Center Alert message to nearby workers •  Excessive libing, pushing, carrying •  FaVgue •  Alertness •  DehydraVon •  Fall / Injury •  Use of safety equip
  21. 21. IBM IoT applications that drive Asset and Facility Management Performance IoT for Automotive IoT for Electronics IoT for Retail IoT for Insurance Analytics Security Connectivity Big Data Sensors Meters Controllers Wearables Analyzers Real-Time Informed Decisions Increased Asset Performance OpNmized Cost of Maintenance Manage Risk to OperaNons Maintain OperaNve Compliance SocialWeather 23 Asset Management Condition Based Maintenance Predictive Asset Health Facilities Management Space Optimization Energy Management
  22. 22. 24 TRIRIGA Personalized Dashboards | Fundamental Apps | Cloud | Mobile IBM TRIRIGA IoT Platform & Interoperability 100% Web-based | Configurable | Secure | Connected to other Solutions | Weather | Social | Meters | Sensors | Wearables | BMS | ERP Reservations Management Real Estate Management Capital Project Management Facility & Space Management Workplace Operations Management Environment Sustainability Management Uniform User Experience & Automated Business Rules IBM TRIRIGA Business Analytics Big Data | TRIRIGA Reports | IBM Cognos | IBM Watson Analytics | KPIs | GIS | CAD | BIM TRIRIGA Real Estate and Facility Management A flexible, holistic, and modular solution that drives higher financial return on assets ü Delivers value to the user in the device of choice, in the time of need, in the location of opportunity ü Applies innovative pre- configured analytics, including cognitive, presence and predictive, for a range of use cases and user roles ü Acquires data from both operational management systems and directly from Real Estate and Facilities assets
  23. 23. Real Estate Space Optimization Asset utilization insights drive decisions that optimize real estate usage 25 Challenge: We need to increase the utilization of our facilities, but lack an understanding of concentration patterns, movement and usage by people in our facilities Offerings •  TRIRIGA Facilities & Reserve •  Presence Insights •  Watson Analytics The Asset: Monitor movement of people and the utilization patterns to modify space layout and optimize use of existing real estate assets TRIRIGA Solution: Space Optimization Benefits: ü  Empower space planners ü  Reduce business unit costs ü  Help lease manager negotiate an increase or decrease in rent ü  Enable project managers to prioritize capital spend to ensure ROI
  24. 24. Connected Stadium
  25. 25. IBM IoT industry-specific transformations delivers new revenue with new business models 28 AutomoVve Electronics Insurance Industrial Products Retail AviaVon Energy & UVliVes Chemical & Petroleum TransportaVon Healthcare Transform tradiNonal business with the capabiliNes of IoT ü  Invent new business models ü  Develop innovaVve services ü  Improve operaVonal efficiency ü  Drive beeer customer engagement
  26. 26. IBM IoT industry-specific transformations delivers new revenue with new business models 29 AutomoVve Electronics Insurance Industrial Products Retail AviaVon Energy & UVliVes Chemical & Petroleum TransportaVon Healthcare Transform tradiNonal business with the capabiliNes of IoT ü  Invent new business models ü  Develop innovaVve services ü  Improve operaVonal efficiency ü  Drive beeer customer engagement
  27. 27. IBM IoT for Automotive 30 v  AnalyNcs driven off of extensive data v  Value from AcNonable Insights v  Massively scalable and in real-Nme IoT for AutomoVve made for the development and operaVon of world leading Connected Car Helping automo.ve manufacturers gather data from individual sensors, combine this data with other data sources for real-.me analysis, and provide ac.onable insights for added value AutomoVve
  28. 28. IBM IoT for Electronics 31 v  Simple Device RegistraNon Process v  Increased remote funcNons promote increased engagement v  Content Delivery unlock new revenue streams and service models IoT for Electronics enabling the next generaVon service delivery of connected products Electronics
  29. 29. Watson IoT: Infusing intelligence into the physical world to transform business 32 BOSCH Develops intelligent, interconnected automoVve products through collaboraVon across the supply chain AIRBUS Increases the value of fleet of aircrab by using cogniVve IoT to track and analyze comprehensive maintenance records Transform the customer experience and relaVonship Be the disruptor, not the disrupted Cummins OpVmizes truck fleet using engine sensors that gather data in real-Vme to diagnose problems remotely Boost operaVonal efficiency
  30. 30. IBM made significant announcements in 2015 Devices & Networks Industry Transformation IoT Applications Platforms 1Q 2015! 2Q 2015! 4Q 2015! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! TI Security Partnership! ! ! 3Q 2015! Maximo Asset Mgt, On prem & SaaS Real Time Insights TRIRIGA Data Manager All IBM IoT Training ( 400k) Global IoT Competency Center Launch Weather data and rich plaJorm Maximo for aviation, with Airbus! Developer Works IoT Recipes Product Line Engineering ! Tier 1 Electronics vendor joint announcement Additional IBM IoT Industry Solutions ! IBM IoT Cloud Open Platform! Bluemix IoT Zone! IBM Connects Internet of Things to the Enterprise IoT as new IBM Business Unit IBM IoT for Electronics, IBM IoT for Automotive! Maximo for Oil & Gas, Maximo for Service Providers, Maximo for Health/ Safety/Env 33
  31. 31. On December 15th IBM formally announced its Watson IoT business unit and global HQ in Munich. 34 Objectives Speakers and Reference Clients/Partners •  John Kelly SVP, IBM Research and Solutions Portfolio •  Harriet Green GM, IBM Watson IoT and Education •  Chris O’Connor GM, IBM Watson IoT Offerings •  Launch IBMs new business unit and identity focused on the Internet of Things •  Introduce a differentiated new capability and narrative that links IoT with cognitive computing •  Announce the new HQ of Watson IoT and the creation of a large Watson IoT Client Experience Center •  Build momentum for Germany and Watson IoT in 2016 •  Dario Gil VP, Science and Technology, IBM Research •  Erich Clementi SVP, Sales & Distribution, Europe •  Martina Koederitz GM, IBM Germany, Austria, Switzerland IBM ExecuNve Speakers Client and Partner Speakers Highlight Towers, Munich Event available live and on demand replay at ibm.com/iot
  32. 32. © 2016 IBM CorporaVon 35 Our platform enables our clients to accelerate their transformation Device & Network Ecosystem IoT Cloud PlaZorm § Device ConnecVvity § InformaVon Management § Risk Management § Real-Vme Insights Systems Engineering for IoT § ConVnuous Engineering § Asset Lifecycle Management § Compliance § Over the Air Updates SoluNons & Services Industry TransformaNon •  Manage devices, secure connecVvity •  Organize, transform and store structure and unstructured data •  Data protecVon •  Real Vme insights •  Support IoT systems design •  Systems Engineering •  Asset Lifecycle Management •  Over the air updates CogniNve AnalyNcs PlaZorm § Machine Learning § Natural Language § PredicVve AnalyVcs § Video / Audio AnalyVcs § Text AnalyVcs § PrescripVve AnalyVcs § Spare Parts AnalyVcs § Energy AnalyVcs § Weather Services § RotaVonal Equipment AnalyVcs § Maintenance Scheduling § Mobile Apps § Smarter Products § New Services § Watson Explorer § Watson Advisor IBM Watson IoT Platform •  Open ecosystem of partners: from silicon, IoT devices, gateways, networks •  Over 77000 developers •  1,400 global business partners •  50 cogniVve technologies •  24+ Watson APis •  TransformaVon offerings •  Electronics •  AutomoVve •  Insurance •  Industrial Products •  Energy & UVliVes •  Etc. §  Invent new business models §  Develop differenVated soluVons §  Improve operaVonal efficiency §  Drive beeer customer engagement •  $7B in Cloud capabiliVes and 48 cloud data centers around the globe •  $3B in IoT •  $1B in Watson •  $24B in capabiliVes for big data & analyVcs IBM Strategy & Approach
  33. 33. New IoT digital experience Engage developers, CTOs and product engineers to quickly evaluate trials 36 www.ibm.com/iot

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