The future is another country*<br />Hugh Bradlow, Chief Technology Officer, Telstra Corporation<br />1<br />* With apologi...
New devices: Electronic Wallpaper<br />Emerging display technologies (e.g. oLED):<br />Flexible and lightweight for new fo...
New devices: Holograms and 3D<br />3<br />
New Devices: Wearable Displays<br />Picture from the Australian Financial Review, 31 Dec 1998<br />4<br />
New devices: Wearable Displays<br />15” screen<br />Speech recognition<br />Position detection<br />Bluetooth or WiFI<br /...
New user interfaces<br />6<br />
Augmented Reality<br />A synthesis of:<br />Wearable cameras and microphones<br />Wearable displays or projection screens<...
Slide 8<br />Ultra-broadband = A fundamental shift in the economy <br />
Business Productivity: Cloud Services<br />Integration of Networks and Applications:<br /><ul><li>End-to-end Application S...
Application billing
Applications with enhanced User Information</li></ul>Application Software<br />Integrated communications and information e...
Network Enhanced Applications</li></ul>LAN<br />Data Centre Infrastructure<br />Application User<br />9<br />
Business Productivity: Unified Communications & Collaboration<br />10<br />UCC is the seamless integration of your desktop...
High Definition voice and video  telephony
Collaboration and conferencing tools
Unified Messaging</li></ul>Benefits for Organisations<br />Workgroup Productivity<br />Individual Productivity<br />Fast a...
Telepresence<br />Telepresence emulates face-to-face workgroup collaboration<br />11<br />
Rich presence<br />12<br />Henderson, Max D - Conversation<br />Mailbox - Lewis, Mary<br />RE: Trade delegation document f...
Desktop voice and video<br />Henderson, Max D - Conversation<br />Lewis, Mary<br />Henderson, Max D<br />Henderson, Max D ...
Entertainment: The Shift from Web-centric broadband to Media-centric broadband<br />Mobile phone<br />Broadcast <br />Netw...
Next Generation Entertainment Experience<br />15<br />
1500W Symphony Sound System<br />You are speaking with Paul.<br />Take advantage of a 25% discount<br />on our full home i...
New customer interactions<br />1500W Symphony Sound System<br />Customer: Mr A Smith<br />Price: $ 999 incl. GST<br />Prom...
Smart infrastructure<br />Sensors, Computers and<br />Communications Devices<br />Magnetic Nails<br />18<br />
Applications: Reduce pressure on infrastructure<br />Satellite Network<br />GPS location tracking service<br />Traffic Con...
Applications: Reduce pressure on infrastructure<br />20<br />
Abu Dhabi’s PRT<br />21<br />
22<br />Transformed Healthcare<br /><ul><li>Real time
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  • HD Video: 2000 x 1000 pixels @ 10 Mbps H.264HD Video Wall: (4m x 2m): 8000 x 4000 pixels @ 160 Mbps
  • High tech communication tools facilitate new ways of communication- Can drastically reduce need for travel, which contributes 0.8% of national carbon emissions
  • This year I want to show that there has been real progress as per the device hereThis is the device that Kopin has just launched with Motorola – the Golden-i
  • Ultra-broadband is not about “souping up” existing Internet servicesIf it were, it would not be profitableIt is about bringing new services into the households which will use new devices (not PC’s) to access these servicesThese services will be “substitutional” – they will draw money from savings in other parts of the economy which is where the economic disruption comes inIcons:Row 1: Water management (water tank),Energy and emissions management (silo)Row 2: Security and policing (Police cap), Smart infrastructure (Bridge), Urban development (road)Row 3:Smart home (Alive/Aware Home). Health (Health symbol), Government (Government Building), Entertainment (Plasma)Row 4: Agricultural productivity (combined harvester),Responding to climate change impacts (weather Symbol), Cloud infrastructure (data), Education
  • Helping Businesses move from Fixed to Variable CostMove from separate application &amp; bandwidth charging to application-based charging (e.g. time, volume, transactions) inclusive of bandwidthEnhance enterprise applications with network data such as identity, location &amp; presenceUnify communications to enable the user to do all communications simply and intuitively
  • UCC:Enabling smooth transition between work and personal. Integration of enterprise applications with:Multimedia callingConferencing (Audio, video, telepresence) and Collaboration (Document sharing – e.g. WebEx)Messaging (SMS, MMS, IM, email, Voicemail)Rich communication capabilities on any device (fixed phone, mobile phone, PC)UC&amp;C is achieved through integration of capability from Microsoft (office applications), CPE based capability (Cisco UC) and Network based capability (TIPT, Mobiles).Benefits for Government:Personal/Individual Productivity examples:Fast access to resources from anywhereEnhanced public service options with greater reachMore effective contact centre agentsNew forms of contact beyond shopfronts &amp; countersVideo kiosksOnline contact portalsInteractive TVWorkgroup Productivity examples:Speedy &amp; secure coordination of teams across sites during emergenciesVictorian bushfiresBali bombingsImmersive, intra-/inter-department collaboration via TelepresenceFace-to-face interactionDocument collaboration
  • Moving Telstra Up the Value ChainAllows provision of assured application specific resources on demandEnables the centralisation of IT resourcesBrings together data, voice and video trafficNetwork and Application Optimisation – enables a range of latency-sensitive network protocols and applications to operate across the WAN without compromising performance. It operates by using a range of application specific techniques to mitigate the effects of WAN latency (eg. Caching, compression, tcp flow optimisation, application protocol acceleration)It is applicable to a range of client-server applications (eg. Mail, File server, Database access, Backup, …)AAN based on the following key technology components: Deep Packet Inspection (DPI);Dynamic Policy Enforcement (DPE); andNetwork and Application Optimisation.
  • Using new sensors in cars and roads and the mobile network you can improve the efficiency of road use through 3 types of improvement:Pack more cars onto the road because they can drive closer to each other and minimise any lane changing with sensors
  • Using new sensors in cars and roads and the mobile network you can improve the efficiency of road use through 3 types of improvement:Optimise the road system
  • Using new sensors in cars and roads and the mobile network you can improve the efficiency of road use through 3 types of improvement:Provide convenient personal public transport using the mobile phone as a scheduling and payment deviceCurrent car occupancy in Melbourne is 1.2 people. If we used personalised public transport this could be considerably improved, dramatically reducing pressure on infrastructure
  • By 2030 technology will have changed 2 things dramatically:The efficiency of travelThe need to travelPlanning a future based on a linear extrapolation of today’s travel requirements would be a mistakeChanging the efficiency of travel:Smart infrastructure and smart cars:Cars with collision avoidance systems using radar range finding but also stereo vision, laser range finding, ultra-sonic range finding, will allow the traffic to be ‘packed’ more effectively onto the roads.Smart infrastructure will know exactly how much traffic there is on the road systems, allowing route optimisation across the entire system using sophisticated traffic management algorithms (e.g. the sort of thing that we have been doing in telecommunication networks for years). This will allow optimisation of the overall system utilisation. Personal public transport: Encourage people to use public transport by making it more convenient and more comfortable. Convenience comes from ensuring that an individual’s travel needs can be catered for by minimizing waiting and journey times through (a) the system optimisation discussed above and (b) utilising mobile phones to schedule transport availability and facilitate billing (e.g. NFC)This will reduce the number of cars on the road (and parking requirements) due to higher vehicle occupancy (car share schemes are already shown to do this) and lower car ownership . Vehicle occupancy in Melbourne in 2006/2007 was only 1.2 people per car. Picture: A trial in Abu Dhabi of a personal public transport system in a city where there are no cars. The vehicle is a driver-less unit that you program to your next destination.
  • See United Health Care and Cisco announcement - http://www.unitedhealthgroup.com/newsroom/Print.aspx?id=07b243a6-131b-4871-aa33-6aec5873419bTelstra service: “Online Care” (previously Telstra Virtual Critical Care Unit) - enabled by a tailored Telstra MWAN solution, enables trauma specialists at metropolitan hospitals to work in real-time with Emergency Department teams at their hospitals in country Victoria. Demonstrated at LoddenMalleyRequires high-speed video and telemedicine applications that are time sensitive; reliable, secure, stable and highly scalable clinical network whilst protecting patient information; network availability with five 9s percent uptime.Images: Microsoft clipart, Polycom unit, iStock 4366846 (doctor), 4678880 (spine)
  • The mobile with location can be used to sense a person’s position and their relation to their house for example.
  • The future is another country. Hugh Bradlow presentation - Telstra

    1. The future is another country*<br />Hugh Bradlow, Chief Technology Officer, Telstra Corporation<br />1<br />* With apologies to L.P. Hartley<br />
    2. New devices: Electronic Wallpaper<br />Emerging display technologies (e.g. oLED):<br />Flexible and lightweight for new form factors (such as wallpaper);<br />Scalable up to large wall sized displays;<br />Display high-resolution full motion video; <br />Low power consumption.<br />2<br />
    3. New devices: Holograms and 3D<br />3<br />
    4. New Devices: Wearable Displays<br />Picture from the Australian Financial Review, 31 Dec 1998<br />4<br />
    5. New devices: Wearable Displays<br />15” screen<br />Speech recognition<br />Position detection<br />Bluetooth or WiFI<br />5<br />
    6. New user interfaces<br />6<br />
    7. Augmented Reality<br />A synthesis of:<br />Wearable cameras and microphones<br />Wearable displays or projection screens<br />Wireless broadband technologies<br />“Augmented reality” is information displayed over real objects to provide contextually relevant information about the object<br />For example, user can pick up and view a product and have information relating to the environmental impact of that product projected onto it<br />7<br />
    8. Slide 8<br />Ultra-broadband = A fundamental shift in the economy <br />
    9. Business Productivity: Cloud Services<br />Integration of Networks and Applications:<br /><ul><li>End-to-end Application SLA’s
    10. Application billing
    11. Applications with enhanced User Information</li></ul>Application Software<br />Integrated communications and information environment<br />Virtualised servers<br /><ul><li>Application Assured Networking
    12. Network Enhanced Applications</li></ul>LAN<br />Data Centre Infrastructure<br />Application User<br />9<br />
    13. Business Productivity: Unified Communications & Collaboration<br />10<br />UCC is the seamless integration of your desktop (PC) and communication systems and gives you:<br /><ul><li>Presence information
    14. High Definition voice and video telephony
    15. Collaboration and conferencing tools
    16. Unified Messaging</li></ul>Benefits for Organisations<br />Workgroup Productivity<br />Individual Productivity<br />Fast access to contacts<br />Telepresence<br />Richer customer contact<br />Emergency service coordination<br />Document Collaboration<br />New ways of interacting with the customer<br />
    17. Telepresence<br />Telepresence emulates face-to-face workgroup collaboration<br />11<br />
    18. Rich presence<br />12<br />Henderson, Max D - Conversation<br />Mailbox - Lewis, Mary<br />RE: Trade delegation document for review<br />Henderson, Max D<br />Lewis, Mary<br />Henderson, Max D<br />Mon 27/08/2009 09:09<br />Henderson, Max D - Available<br />Lewis, Mary<br />Connor, Steve<br />Free until 09:30<br />Office: Melbourne 3000<br />Trade Delegation document.doc [5 MB]<br /> Call Henderson, Max D<br />Call Henderson, Max D<br />Hello Mary,<br />Thanks for your email regarding the trade delegation. I’ve made some changes in the document.<br />I suggest you give me a phone call when you get in so that we can discuss them.<br />Kind regards,<br />Max<br />Call Work (03) 9876 5432<br /> Call Mobile 0412 345 678<br />Henderson, Max D - Conversation<br /> Calling +61398765432…<br />Lewis, Mary<br />Henderson, Max<br />
    19. Desktop voice and video<br />Henderson, Max D - Conversation<br />Lewis, Mary<br />Henderson, Max D<br />Henderson, Max D - Conversation<br />Lewis, Mary<br />Henderson, Max D<br />13<br />
    20. Entertainment: The Shift from Web-centric broadband to Media-centric broadband<br />Mobile phone<br />Broadcast <br />Network<br />Broadcast systems<br />Content Systems<br />Broadband <br />Network<br />Communication Systems<br />PC<br />Set top box<br />Home <br />Network<br />Network<br />Attached Storage<br />14<br />
    21. Next Generation Entertainment Experience<br />15<br />
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    23. New customer interactions<br />1500W Symphony Sound System<br />Customer: Mr A Smith<br />Price: $ 999 incl. GST<br />Promo: 25% off Installation<br />Mute<br />End<br />17<br />
    24. Smart infrastructure<br />Sensors, Computers and<br />Communications Devices<br />Magnetic Nails<br />18<br />
    25. Applications: Reduce pressure on infrastructure<br />Satellite Network<br />GPS location tracking service<br />Traffic Control centre<br />Application server <br />Mobile Network<br />Data Communication<br />Road environment data<br />Cellular Wireless Networks<br />Database server<br />External server<br />Mobile units interface layer<br />Communication layer<br />Server side processing layer<br />19<br />
    26. Applications: Reduce pressure on infrastructure<br />20<br />
    27. Abu Dhabi’s PRT<br />21<br />
    28. 22<br />Transformed Healthcare<br /><ul><li>Real time
    29. High definition
    30. Multi-media</li></ul>City hospital<br />Clinic, Pharmacy, Remote Hospital<br />
    31. 23<br />Wireless band-aid: peel-and-stick disposable detector that monitors vital signs<br />Empowering Individuals with Connected Devices<br />Monitoring the environment:<br />Smart Homes – sensors for appliances, security, the environment and the people<br />Monitoring individuals:<br />Biosensors, smart devices (e.g. accelerometers)<br />Telehealthsolutions: <br />Monitor patient conditions (periodically or continuously) with alerts to nominated carers based on pre-defined rules<br />Personal alarms with location based alerts – e.g. for falls, heart condition, etc<br />Automated Reminders – medication, diet, exercise, consultations<br />Wireless transfer to hosted portal <br />Parameter transfer via Bluetooth<br />Next G Mobile Phone<br />Glucose meter<br />Medical portal<br />
    32. 24<br />Supporting Care Providers – Patient History<br />Access to medical history and data over time<br />All relevant patient information accessible whenever and wherever it is needed<br />
    33. Managing energy consumption<br />25<br />
    34. Managing energy consumption<br />26<br />
    35. Managing energy consumption<br />27<br />
    36. Summary<br />Don’t judge the future by today’s realities<br />Future technology capabilities have the capability to disrupt many aspects of the economy<br />New devices, services and applications can change human behaviour<br />An advanced and sophisticated network capability is a fundamental underpinning for such transformation<br />Ultra-broadband<br />Fixed and mobile<br />Carrier grade<br />Multi-service<br />Ubiquity<br />Telstra actively encouraging new applications through our newly launched Telstra Innovation Challenge<br />28<br />

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