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IoT and the Role of Platforms


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IoT and the Role of Platforms, by Balajee Sowrirajan at IoTNext 2016

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IoT and the Role of Platforms

  1. 1. 1 IoT and the Role of PLATFORMS Balajee Sowrirajan SVP and Managing Director Samsung Semiconductors India R&D
  2. 2. 2 The Future is IoT Key markets total impact of $3.9-11.1 trillion per year Market sizes for 2025 Source: McKinsey Corp. Key Manufacturer Driving Factors IoT will touch every market Competitive advantage Increased Revenue streams Improved user experience
  3. 3. OPPORTUNITY Source: Harbor Research $1 TRILLION (2020) IOT ECONOMY Source: Harbor Research
  4. 4. 4 Two Benefits to IoTize a product Benefit to the Manufacturer o Insight into user behavior  product management o Insight into actual product operation  brand leadership  additional service revenues Benefit to the End User o Manufacturer needs to determine & formulate for their products and provide to his customer (specific to product)  Normally it is related to improved convenience or enjoyment of life
  5. 5. 5 The Role of Sensors oTo get this intelligence, sensors are needed oBut sensors to a server is not all of IoT
  6. 6. 6 Silicon Operating Systems Tools OTA Device Mgmt APIs/Frameworks Drivers Sensors Open Source VoiceRadiosAPIs/IDE SDKs Total Cost Cloud Services Many parts needed for IoT Security
  7. 7. 7 IoT Projects have Many Underestimated Costs • Module price • Host Processor cost • Complex Software development • Cloud costs Invisible Costs (usually underestimated) Visible Costs • Software Porting • Software integration with BSP • Software integration among vendors • Software Training • Software annual maintenance fee • Software upgrade fee • Software technical support • Cloud platform development • Data engineer for analytics • App development • App maintenance
  8. 8. 8 Security is a Concern on IoT Devices ATTACK Take control Steal Information Disrupt Services Source: HP Weak IoT Security Opens Products to Attack Makes security one of the biggest barriers to IoT & M2M adoption Source: Infonetics
  9. 9. 9 IoT Complexity Delaying Projects IoT is adding complexity & need for new dev tools such as OS, software tools, wireless, security, cloud connectivity Technology Challenges for Developers Source: UBM Embedded Market Survey 2015 % of Projects completed on time Result: decreasing number of projects completed on time (34% in 2015)
  10. 10. 10 IoT is a complex problem Connect & Manage Devices Improve Outcomes Grow Ecosystem Analytics services Mobile apps 3rd party devices, apps, and services
  11. 11. 11 A complete IoT platform that provides a end to end solution from end nodes and gateways to a Cloud solution and App, that enables customers to focus on their differentiated application code What is the Solution? Scalable hardware solution for edge nodes and gateways Production ready hardware with enterprise class security A Embedded Software solution that is ported, integrated and tested End to end solution from end nodes to Cloud to Apps with easy to use APIs A Cloud platform to connect, manage devices & analyze IoT data
  12. 12. 12 Samsung ARTIK™ IoT Platform
  13. 13. 13 Introducing Samsung ARTIK: Complete end to end IoT platform Speed up the delivery of secure, interoperable, and intelligent IoT products and services Modules + IoT Cloud + Security + Ecosystem
  14. 14. 14 Samsung ARTIK IoT Platform Analytics services Mobile apps 3rd party devices, apps, and services Ecosystem Libraries
  15. 15. 15 Samsung ARTIK IoT Platform: Key capabilities RF Certified Wireless Connectivity Scalable Hardware Integrated & Tested Middleware Easy to use device APIs & SDKs 3rd party software & libraries PremiumServices Data Normalization & Storage Security and Privacy Device & OTA Management Mobile and Platform SDKs Easy to use APIs; API-first Cross-device Rules Engine Visualization & Analytics Device and Cloud Connectors Ecosystem
  16. 16. 16 ARTIK modules offer integrated + tested embedded OS & middleware Fedora Linux ARTIK Hi-End and Gateway Modules Connectivity Protocol stacks Networking Protocol Stacks Linux Graphics Middleware Multimedia Processing (Video, Audio, Camera) Power management System I/O BSP (including boot) Security (Secure Boot, secure communication, authentication, OTA) ARTIK Node Modules Connectivity Protocol stacks RTOS/bare metal Device drivers Host interface drivers Edge nodes Gateways/hubs Linux based full featured software solutionLightweight embedded solution with connectivity stacks for wireless Hardware OS Middleware
  17. 17. CONFIDENTIAL17 ARTIK Module Portfolio Performance Battery-powered Devices, Edge Nodes, Sensors and Actuators ARTIK 0 • Cortex-M, Cortex-R CPUs • Single, Dual protocol radios • Internal RAM/Flash 13x15mm 020 030 Hubs, Gateways Mid High ARTIK 7 ARTIK 5 710520 30x25mm 49x36mm High end Application ARTIK 10 1020 39x29mm • Dual, Octa core Cortex-A CPUs • Multiple protocol radios • Linux based platforms • Octa core Cortex-A CPUs • Multiple protocol radios • Linux based platforms • Special peripherals (DSP, VPU)
  18. 18. 18 Connect with devices in many ways REST/HTTPS Websockets MQTT CoAP Communicate with device cloudsCommunicate with physical devices
  19. 19. 19 Samsung ARTIK Platform Analytics services Mobile apps 3rd party devices, apps, and services Ecosystem Device Manifests Device and Cloud Connectors Security Data Storage & Normalization Identity & Privacy Cross-device Rules Engine Visualizatio n & Analytics Device Management Message and Action Processing API API API API SDK SDK SDK SDK API-First Integrated Interoperable REST/HTTP Websockets MQTT CoAP SECURED
  20. 20. 20 Industry Focus Smart Home Smart Buildings Smart Cities Industrial Personal Monitoring Smart Lighting
  21. 21. 21 Thank you! Q&A