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SmartStuff:The Internet of ThingsPresentation to the IBM Smarter CitiesTechnical CommunityW. David StephensonStephenson St...
Someday….cars will drive themselves.
Someday….we’ll be healthier because we’ll have morecontact with our doctors than just a hurriedoffice visit.
Someday….our appliances and an amazing variety ofelectricity sources will work together tomeet our energy needs while redu...
That some day isdawning, and it’s broughtto you by the “Internet ofThings” (IoT).
Will replace “stupid” devices with “smart”ones
What is the IoT?Now more things than people connected tothe Internet. 1 trillion by 2015!
What is the IoT?A major priority in EU & China, but drawsblank stares in US. Time that everyoneunderstand & becomes involv...
A vision of 2017
A vision of 2017
A vision of 2017
A vision of 2017
What is the IoT?• SAP:• integratedwherethe information network, and where   “A world             into                   ph...
What is the IoT?• IBM: Instrumented, Interconnected, Intelligent
What is the IoT?• Cisco: “simply the point in time when  more ‘things or objects’ were connected  to the Internet than peo...
What’s it made of?Everything will have its own unique address
What’s it made of?“Smart” devices
What’s it made of?Will function “Machine to Machine” (M2M)
What’s it made of?Will require cloud storage, advancedBusiness Intelligence analytics
Transformation!
Vital for current   problems
Vital for current      problemsmeet energy needs while reducing globalwarming
Vital for current      problemstransportation
Vital for current      problemsaging population.
ExamplesArduino
ExamplesAmbient Umbrella
ExamplesSmart Grids
ExamplesSmart Cars
ExamplesSmart Cars
ExamplesTransit schedules
Examples•   439 cities reduced travel delays by more    than 700,000 hours yr. & saved $15    million each.•   4 cities: r...
ExamplesCloudCar
ExamplesSenseAware
ExamplesSmarterCities
ExamplesCorpus Christi
ExamplesMedicine
ExamplesGovernment
ObstaclesLack of IP Addresses
ObstaclesLack of Open Standards
ObstaclesSheer volume of data
ObstaclesNeed for low-power micro sensors
ObstaclesPrivacy
ObstaclesSecurity
ObstaclesLack of government involvement
In conclusion…
For more information:W. David StephensonD.Stephenson@stephensonstrategies.com508 740-8918… and, SmartStuff: an introductio...
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SmartStuff: presentation to Ibm on internet of things

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This is a presentation I did to the IBM Smarter Cities Technical Community on overall Internet of Things strategy, based on my new SmartStuff e-book on the same subject. It includes a scenario for IoT-enabled life in the near future, examples of current IoT devices, and issues that must be addressed for the IoT to achieve its full potential

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SmartStuff: presentation to Ibm on internet of things

  1. 1. SmartStuff:The Internet of ThingsPresentation to the IBM Smarter CitiesTechnical CommunityW. David StephensonStephenson StrategiesJuly 16, 2012
  2. 2. Someday….cars will drive themselves.
  3. 3. Someday….we’ll be healthier because we’ll have morecontact with our doctors than just a hurriedoffice visit.
  4. 4. Someday….our appliances and an amazing variety ofelectricity sources will work together tomeet our energy needs while reducingenvironmental impacts.
  5. 5. That some day isdawning, and it’s broughtto you by the “Internet ofThings” (IoT).
  6. 6. Will replace “stupid” devices with “smart”ones
  7. 7. What is the IoT?Now more things than people connected tothe Internet. 1 trillion by 2015!
  8. 8. What is the IoT?A major priority in EU & China, but drawsblank stares in US. Time that everyoneunderstand & becomes involved.
  9. 9. A vision of 2017
  10. 10. A vision of 2017
  11. 11. A vision of 2017
  12. 12. A vision of 2017
  13. 13. What is the IoT?• SAP:• integratedwherethe information network, and where “A world into physical objects are seamlessly the physical objects can become active participants in business processes. Services are available to interact with these ‘smart objects’ over the Internet, query their state and any information associated with them, taking into account security and privacy issues.”
  14. 14. What is the IoT?• IBM: Instrumented, Interconnected, Intelligent
  15. 15. What is the IoT?• Cisco: “simply the point in time when more ‘things or objects’ were connected to the Internet than people”
  16. 16. What’s it made of?Everything will have its own unique address
  17. 17. What’s it made of?“Smart” devices
  18. 18. What’s it made of?Will function “Machine to Machine” (M2M)
  19. 19. What’s it made of?Will require cloud storage, advancedBusiness Intelligence analytics
  20. 20. Transformation!
  21. 21. Vital for current problems
  22. 22. Vital for current problemsmeet energy needs while reducing globalwarming
  23. 23. Vital for current problemstransportation
  24. 24. Vital for current problemsaging population.
  25. 25. ExamplesArduino
  26. 26. ExamplesAmbient Umbrella
  27. 27. ExamplesSmart Grids
  28. 28. ExamplesSmart Cars
  29. 29. ExamplesSmart Cars
  30. 30. ExamplesTransit schedules
  31. 31. Examples• 439 cities reduced travel delays by more than 700,000 hours yr. & saved $15 million each.• 4 cities: reduced traffic during peaks by up to 18%, CO2 emissions by up to 14% and public transit use increased up to 7%.
  32. 32. ExamplesCloudCar
  33. 33. ExamplesSenseAware
  34. 34. ExamplesSmarterCities
  35. 35. ExamplesCorpus Christi
  36. 36. ExamplesMedicine
  37. 37. ExamplesGovernment
  38. 38. ObstaclesLack of IP Addresses
  39. 39. ObstaclesLack of Open Standards
  40. 40. ObstaclesSheer volume of data
  41. 41. ObstaclesNeed for low-power micro sensors
  42. 42. ObstaclesPrivacy
  43. 43. ObstaclesSecurity
  44. 44. ObstaclesLack of government involvement
  45. 45. In conclusion…
  46. 46. For more information:W. David StephensonD.Stephenson@stephensonstrategies.com508 740-8918… and, SmartStuff: an introduction to theInternet of Things http://amzn.to/My3kKm

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