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Internet of Things. Trends.

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Lecture at Aalto Media Factory, Helsinki, Finland. 18 March 2013.
http://mediafactory.aalto.fi/internet-of-things/

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Internet of Things. Trends.

  1. 1. INTERNET OF THINGS TRENDS
  2. 2. TRENDS?
  3. 3. 1897 Radio has no future Sir William Thomson, mathematician and physicist1946 Television wont be able to hold on to any market after the first six months. People will soon get tired of staring at a plywood box every night Darryl Zanuck, executive at 20th Century Fox
  4. 4. 1955 Nuclear-powered vacuum cleaners will probably be a reality within 10 years Alex Lewyt, president of Lewyt vacuum company2004 Two years from now, spam will be solved Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft
  5. 5. TRENDS +SCENARIOS
  6. 6. WHAT ISINTERNET OF THINGS
  7. 7. IBMglobal data field linked devices sea of data interconnected sensors “nervous system” things on the internet
  8. 8. CISCO intelligent conectionsbillions of connected devices network of networks people + process + data + things connected objects
  9. 9. ERICSSONsocial network of things connected cooktop connected home connected microwave connected oven connected carpet, of course
  10. 10. Uniquely identifiable objects (things) and their virtual representations in an Internet-like structure. Wikipedia
  11. 11. Distributed Computation + Pervasive Networking +Automatic Identification + Cheap = Internet of Things Mike Kuniavsky, PARC
  12. 12. PHYSICAL + DIGITAL
  13. 13. The New Aesthetic
  14. 14. 1. TRENDING UP2. TRENDING DOWN 3. SCENARIOS
  15. 15. 1. TRENDING UP
  16. 16. Back in time...Xerox Star 8010 HP LaserJet HP LaserJet IIPFirst office laser printer First desktop laser printer First sub-$1,000 laser printer 1981 1984 1989
  17. 17. Back in time... Adoption Rate1981 1984 1989
  18. 18. PRINTERNET OF THINGS
  19. 19. 3D PRINTING
  20. 20. PRINTERNET OF THINGS3D System SLA 250 Z Corp Spectrum Z510 MakerBot Cupcake CNCThe first 3D printer The first high-definition Open source 3D DIYavailable to public color 3D printer printer 1988 2005 2009
  21. 21. PRINTERNET OF THINGS$187 000 $ 49 900 $ 1000 1988 2005 2009
  22. 22. “Hardware is becomingmuch more like software” Eric von Hipple, MIT
  23. 23. AMBIENT ANDEMBEDDED
  24. 24. VISION 29
  25. 25. NestWeMo
  26. 26. BLUETOOTH LE7 nodesapp+accessory 31
  27. 27. ZIGBEEenergyharvesting 32
  28. 28. CoAPLight weight HTTP
  29. 29. WEARABLEAPPCESSORIES
  30. 30. DO ONE THING WELL 40
  31. 31. BIG DATA
  32. 32. 150 MILLION SENSORS40 MILLION DATA POINTS PER SECOND
  33. 33. 1 BILLION PEOPLE2.7 BILLION LIKES PER DAY
  34. 34. SENSOR FUSION
  35. 35. FOUR-WHEELED TABLET
  36. 36. FROM ABS TO APPS
  37. 37. FROM DETROIT TO CES
  38. 38. NVIDIATESLA 50
  39. 39. “Look back twice as far as you look forward” Paul Saffo, Discern Analytics and Stanford University.“The past does not repeat itself, but it rhymes” Mark Twain Mark Twain
  40. 40. 2. TRENDING DOWN
  41. 41. Back in time... Netscape Microsoft100%80%60%40%20%1994 1998 2002 2006 2010
  42. 42. “The most hyped of the new concepts during the Internet boom was first mover advantage, when being the first to enter a market was seen as synonymous with wining leadership of it.” Kieran Levis, “Winners and Losers: Creators and Causalities of the age of the Internet”Kieran Levis, “Winners and Losers: Creators and Causalities of the age of the Internet”
  43. 43. REALITIES OFAUGMENTED REALITY
  44. 44. 1968 1998 2004 2009
  45. 45. VALUE
  46. 46. DESIGN
  47. 47. BUSINESS MODELS
  48. 48. RFID & NFC
  49. 49. APP + ACCESSORY
  50. 50. Recognize the hypeUnderstand the hype cycle and maturity Timing is important
  51. 51. 3. SCENARIOS
  52. 52. “Thanks to radio the entire “… earth will be converted into a huge brain” Nikola Tesla, 1904
  53. 53. 1910: OPEN
  54. 54. 1920: ADVERTISING First Radio Advertisement “It is inconceivable that we should allow so greater possibility for service, for news, for entertainment, for education and for vital commercial purposes to be drowned in advertising chatter” Herbert Hoover, First National Radio Conference, 1922
  55. 55. 1930: CLOSED
  56. 56. B2B
  57. 57. SMARTMETER
  58. 58. CONNECTEDCOWS
  59. 59. CONNECTED TREES 78
  60. 60. SMART CITIES $322b in China
  61. 61. B2C
  62. 62. SMART ENERGY
  63. 63. SMART ENERGY 82
  64. 64. SMART HEALTH
  65. 65. SMART HEALTH
  66. 66. SMART HOME
  67. 67. CONNECTEDLIVING ROOM 86
  68. 68. WALLED GARDENS OPEN DATAPRIVATE CLOUDS
  69. 69. PRIVACYAND SECURITY
  70. 70. HACKATHON-FRIENDLY
  71. 71. Usman Haque:Why youshouldn’t careabout securingthe Internet ofthings just yet
  72. 72. INTERACTION
  73. 73. FAMILIARTouch + App + Service Run your world by smartphone
  74. 74. NEWLeap Motion Smart Pause
  75. 75. NATURALGlow Cap
  76. 76. Complex systems cannot be predicted Future scenariosexpand the mindset and help better decisions today Monitor which scenario starts to unfold
  77. 77. TAKE AWAY
  78. 78. THINK BROAD 98
  79. 79. MAKE IDEAS HAPPEN
  80. 80. THANK YOU @baraevfacebook/ilya.baraev.1
  81. 81. Big thanks to:Ciarán Harris iQ ContentChristian Del Rosso SelfLoopsDaniel Peterson VilhelmJames Reilly Smartifier / AaltoKimo Boissonnier TuliotusPeter Bryer peterbryer.comRamine Darabiha RovioRisto Pirhonen LeadInTimo Heikkilä Consumer insight & trends expertVille Tikka Wevolve
  82. 82. Legal NoticeInternet of Things. Trends by Ilya Baraev contains copyrightmaterial in accordance with principles of Fair Use, Fair Dealing,Right to Quote and similar principles in other jurisdictions, for thepurpose of teaching, research and study and other non-profiteducational purposes without permission from the rightsholders, in the following jurisdictions:USA: Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. § 107Finland: Tekijänoikeuslaki 22§ (24.3.1995/446)Sweden: Upphovsrättslagen 8 §, Upphovsrättslagen 22 §, Upphovsrättslagen 23 §Commonweath of Nations: Fair Dealing prinicipleOther jurisdictions with similar limitations and exception to the exclusive copyright.
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