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From Smart Mobile Accessories to the Internet of Things

In the last few months, smartphones have extended the traditional use of communication. Incorporating hardware as well as apps improves the functionality of the device (upgraded photo/video/audio capabilities). Smartphones today have become effective tools for monitoring (identifying locations of objects, keeping track of food preparation, health and fitness measurements, and even substitute expensive medical devices). These devices can now control local systems (temperature, home entertainment devices and transportation) and in the near future will be integrated with multi systems to allow individuals to better manage their life. Consumers already adopt basics behaviors needed for the "Internet of Things"

In the last few months, smartphones have extended the traditional use of communication. Incorporating hardware as well as apps improves the functionality of the device (upgraded photo/video/audio capabilities). Smartphones today have become effective tools for monitoring (identifying locations of objects, keeping track of food preparation, health and fitness measurements, and even substitute expensive medical devices). These devices can now control local systems (temperature, home entertainment devices and transportation) and in the near future will be integrated with multi systems to allow individuals to better manage their life. Consumers already adopt basics behaviors needed for the "Internet of Things"

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  1. 1. From Smart Mobile Accessories to the "Internet of Things:" Innovation Research Presented by: Dr .Taly Weiss CEO and Head of Research TrendsSpotting @trendsSpotting
  2. 2. Mobile Accessories: Innovation Report
  3. 3. Mobile Evolution: In the last few months, smartphones have extended the traditional use of communication. Incorporating hardware as well as apps improves the functionality of the device (upgraded photo/video/audio capabilities). Smartphones today have become effective tools for monitoring (identifying locations of objects, keeping track of food preparation, health and fitness measurements, and even substitute expensive medical devices). These devices can now control local systems (temperature, home entertainment devices and transportation) In the near future these mobile devices will be integrated with multi systems to allow individuals to better manage their life.
  4. 4. Innovations - today: Upgrading Connecting
  5. 5. Innovations - today: Monitoring
  6. 6. Innovations - today: Controlling
  7. 7. Living in a connected world Objects Systems People In 8 years - 50 billion devices 8 billion humans
  8. 8. Technologies are already well developed: Search Speak recognition Location based data Sensors Augmented reality Real time mechanisms Clouds
  9. 9. Consumers are adopting “internet of things” behaviors: Location Info 74% of smartphone owners get real-time location-based information on their phones
  10. 10. Consumers are adopting “internet of things” behaviors: Apps Download Goes Mainstream Pew Internet August 2011: 32% of U.S. adults have downloaded an app to their cell phone. Nielsen Q2 2011: Most popular apps are games (64%) ,weather apps (60%), followed by social networking (56%), maps/navigation/search (51%), music (44%) and news (39%). Pew August 2011: 29% of people who download apps to their cell phones or tablet computers have downloaded a health app
  11. 11. Consumers are adopting “internet of things” behaviors: Apps Purchase Consumers are currently willing to pay for games apps (8%) and music apps (6%). ABI US Research May 2012: About two-thirds of app users have spent money on an application on at least one occasion. Average spend was $14 per month.
  12. 12. Consumers are adopting “internet of things” behaviors: Connected Cars IMS Research September 2011: 60% of consumers in the US and Western want a connected system in their next car, and almost half of consumers would be willing to pay for a connected system in their next car.
  13. 13. Consumers are adopting “internet of things” behaviors: Sharing Health Information Consumers are generally willing to share information from their personal health records as long as they have the power to select the conditions. Source: Weitzman ER, Kaci L, Mandl KD. 2010. Sharing medical data for health research: the early personal health record experience. Journal of Medical Internet Research 12(2):e14.
  14. 14. Living in a connected world "Black Mirror", episode 2
  15. 15. TrendsSpotting: "ANA" Human to Objects Model for Future Innovations Actions Alerts & Notifications & Preferences Activation
  16. 16. "ANA" Human Technologies Model for Future to Objects Future Innovations Actions (where, what, when) and preferences: Needs, habits, preferences, physical / cognitive / emotional state (collected manually or automatically) Actions Alerts & Notifications & Preferences Activation
  17. 17. "ANA" Human Technologies Model for Future to Objects Future Innovations Actions Alerts & Notifications & Preferences Activation Notifications: Delivering information to systems / objects/ people
  18. 18. "ANA" Human Technologies Model for Future to Objects Future Innovations Alerts and Activation: Actions Alerts & Notifications & Preferences Activation
  19. 19. "ANA" Human Technologies Model for Future to Objects Future Innovations Alerts: Visualization of Real Time information and feedback via notifications (data = layers: from screens to accessories to the human vision) Actions & Notifications Alerts Preferences Babak Parviz, Google Samsung's AMOLED screen contact lenses. glasses
  20. 20. "ANA" Human Technologies Model for Future to Objects Future Innovations Activation Actions & Notifications Alerts Preferences
  21. 21. "ANA" Human Technologies Model for Future to Objects Future Innovations
  22. 22. Innovation Research Learn on TrendsSpotting’s Mobile Accessories Report

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  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca
  • ChallengesTo collectInformatuion
  • Challengedeliver
  • Challenge - How to display the alerts
  • Challenge - How to display the alerts
  • Challenge - How to display the alerts
  • Sensors that can measure, check, predictObjects (information, record,Surroundings Other people reportingProffesuinal peopleloca

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