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Panel	2:
Enabling	Legacy	Sensors	for	IoT
• COL	(ret)	Charles	Wells @charlesawells
• Roger	Hockenberry @rihock
• Stephen	Ba...
What	can	sensors	measure?
• Position
• Occupancy	and	Motion
• Velocity	and	Acceleration
• Force	(tactile	and	threshold)
• ...
The	infernal	Make	Or	Buy	Decision???
3
We	take	the	new	kit	for	granted….
4
5
IoT will	significantly	affect	every	vertical
• Agriculture	
• Connected	home	
• Defense	
• Financial	services	
• Food	serv...
….and	every	component	of	DoD/IC
Sustaining	Base
• Facilities
• Water,	Gas,	Electric
• Building	Automation	Systems
• Indust...
Digitization	of	Industry	is	Underway
Source:	McKinsey,	“MGI	Digital	America”	December	2015
8
Relatively	high	digitization ...
#BigData Hype	>	4	converging	megatrends
9
Pervasive,	cheap,	
and	tiny	sensing
Decreasing	
compute	and	
storage	costs
New	a...
The	Industrial	Internet	of	Things
10
“	The	Industrial	Awakening	will	
generate	$14.2	trillion	of	global	
output	by	2030.	”...
I Consumer IT Enterprise IT Industrial IT
Applications
$82 Billion $131 Billion $125 Billion
Infrastructure
$88 Billion $7...
Last	thoughts	on	the	IoT
• Cloud	enables	Big	Data
….which	is	generated	from	multiple	sources,	
humans,	computers,	sensors,...
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Enabling Legacy Sensors for the Internet of Things

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Panel 2 Discussion at the AFCEA IoT Summit Tues 09 May 17 at the National Press Club

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Enabling Legacy Sensors for the Internet of Things

  1. 1. Panel 2: Enabling Legacy Sensors for IoT • COL (ret) Charles Wells @charlesawells • Roger Hockenberry @rihock • Stephen Bates @batess #iotsummit 1 0800 Tues 09 May 17 AFCEA IoT Summit National Press Club, Washington, DC
  2. 2. What can sensors measure? • Position • Occupancy and Motion • Velocity and Acceleration • Force (tactile and threshold) • Pressure (force per unit) • Flow (volume and rate) • Acoustic (digital or analog) • Humidity (absolute/relative) • Light • Radiation • Temperature • Chemical (type/concentration) • Biosensors (enzymes, acids..)
  3. 3. The infernal Make Or Buy Decision??? 3
  4. 4. We take the new kit for granted…. 4
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  6. 6. IoT will significantly affect every vertical • Agriculture • Connected home • Defense • Financial services • Food services • Healthcare • Hospitality • Infrastructure • Insurance • Logistics • Manufacturing • Oil, Gas, and Mining • Retail • Smart buildings • Transportation • Connected car • Utilities 6
  7. 7. ….and every component of DoD/IC Sustaining Base • Facilities • Water, Gas, Electric • Building Automation Systems • Industrial Control Systems • Photo Voltaic/microgrids • Renewables • Depot/Arsenal • Maintenance/Robotics Tactical • Tracked/Wheeled Vehicles • Fixed/Rotary Wing Aircraft • UAVs/Drones • Weapons Systems • Soldier Systems 7
  8. 8. Digitization of Industry is Underway Source: McKinsey, “MGI Digital America” December 2015 8 Relatively high digitization Relatively low digitization % of US GDP Information technology Media Professional services Finance & insurance Agriculture Mining Basic goods manufacturing Chemicals Transportation Advanced manufacturing Utilities Oil & gas Wholesale trade Potential for Digital TransformationDigital Leaders Digital Leaders Potential for Digital Transformation
  9. 9. #BigData Hype > 4 converging megatrends 9 Pervasive, cheap, and tiny sensing Decreasing compute and storage costs New abilities to process and analyze data Ubiquitous connectivity Convergence of key enablers indicate coming demand for pervasive sensing and vertical-specific analytics applications
  10. 10. The Industrial Internet of Things 10 “ The Industrial Awakening will generate $14.2 trillion of global output by 2030. ” ~ KleinerPerkins “75 Billion Devices Will Be Connected To The Internet Of Things By 2020” ~ MorganStanley 40% of the IoT’s total potential economic value can be unlocked only by solving interoperability challenges. ~ McKinsey 2015
  11. 11. I Consumer IT Enterprise IT Industrial IT Applications $82 Billion $131 Billion $125 Billion Infrastructure $88 Billion $75 Billion $100 Billion Totals $170B $206B $225B 11 Sources: IDC, TCG, GE, Harbor Research Source: Element Analytics 2016 Industrial IoT > $225B Market?
  12. 12. Last thoughts on the IoT • Cloud enables Big Data ….which is generated from multiple sources, humans, computers, sensors, beacons, IoT • Big Data enables Analytics ….if it is secure and the data can be trusted. • Analytics transforms business and government to provide competitive advantage …enabling speed to the right decisions, via human or machine 12

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