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Rainer Sternfeld, CE September 2014
Indexing the real world
March 2, 2015
Stanford School of Engineering
Rainer Sternfeld,...
2 March 2015
Sensor Data Discovery EngineOcean Data Management
From a small buoy to Big Data
Data Buoys
Market: $2 billion...
3 March 2015
Sensor Data Discovery EngineOcean Data Management
From a small buoy to Big Data
Market: $2 billion
Competitor...
4 March 2015
Have you ever thought:
When did weather forecasting
become unreliable?
5 March 2015
Source: www.skepticalscience.com
6 March 2015
And when did it start to be awesome?
7 March 2015
Surfline
Hyperlocal surf weather forecasting
8 March 2015
Forecast.io (Dark Sky)
Hyperlocal weather forecasting
9 March 2015
Weather Underground
Crowdsourced data collection
10 March 2015
Have you ever thought:
What is the operational
root cause of oil spills?
11 March 2015
12 March 2015
Sensor data
will outgrow
social data in 2 years
Sensor data is
too big to move
Data Management
will not scal...
13 March 2015
• Contextual data streams across sources
• SCADA
• Weather and environmental data
• Drones and other robotic...
14 March 2015
Hewlett Packard:
“By 2020, 40% of all data
ever collected by human kind
will be generated by sensors.”
15 March 2015
Case #1: NOAA
Real-time weather and climate data + forecasts
They are working hard on a challenge presented ...
16 March 2015
Example to case #1: Marinexplore.org
40,000+ data streams from 33 organizations of open data
Advanced Data D...
17 March 2015
Example to Case #2: Bravante
Helping to deliver offshore data reports 80% faster
Problems and challenges:
• ...
18 March 2015
R/V Jean Charcot
Interactive reporting
Case #2: Bravante
Helping to deliver offshore data reports 80% faster
19 March 2015
Consolidate dataflows, organize and make sense of your data
Access your data with 3rd party tools and system...
20 March 2015
Map of all devices on the Internet
August 2, 2014
21 March 2015
Robotic ocean-borne
sensor platforms
increase productivity
LIQUID ROBOTICS WAVE GLIDER
22 March 2015
A decade of growth in
marine acoustics sensor data
summer year-round
2004 2014
2K 400K
n < 10 n > 1000
2D 4D...
23 March 2015
Satellites are getting
smaller and cheaper.
150 launched since 2011
(3x of the market estimate)
SPIRE, A SAN...
24 March 2015
Unmanned vehicles
are estimated to grow
10x in 10 years
Image Credit: Northrop Grumman
25 March 2015
Precision Agriculture is
a $3.7 trillion market
Image Credit: http://iphonedroneimagery.com/
26 March 2015
Traditional Data Value Chain is Missing Data Exchange
SATELLITES
DRONES
CARS
BUOYS
OIL PLATFORMS
SHIPS
TRACT...
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Rainer Sternfeld - Planetary Big Data - PlanetOS - Stanford Engineering - Mar 2 2015

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Talk by Rainer Sternfeld, Founder & CEO - PlanetOS (EE), at Stanford on March 2 2015, in our session on 'Estonia & Berlin | Barcelona :: Big Data & Co-Working Spaces'.

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Rainer Sternfeld - Planetary Big Data - PlanetOS - Stanford Engineering - Mar 2 2015

  1. 1. Rainer Sternfeld, CE September 2014 Indexing the real world March 2, 2015 Stanford School of Engineering Rainer Sternfeld, CEO of Planet OS @planet_os @rsternfeld
  2. 2. 2 March 2015 Sensor Data Discovery EngineOcean Data Management From a small buoy to Big Data Data Buoys Market: $2 billion Competitors: 100+ producers Scalability: poor to limited 2008 2012 2014 Market: $5 billion Competitors: 25+ Scalability: good but slow Market: $100+ billion Competitors: 15+ Scalability: very scalable and fast
  3. 3. 3 March 2015 Sensor Data Discovery EngineOcean Data Management From a small buoy to Big Data Market: $2 billion Competitors: 100+ producers Scalability: poor to limited 2008 2012 2014 Market: $5 billion Competitors: 25+ Scalability: good but slow Market: $100+ billion Competitors: 15+ Scalability: very scalable and fast 80% 80% time wasted on arbitrary tasks expansion of economic activity growth of sensor data volumes time wasted on arbitrary tasks spatio-temporal data is complex real-time becoming the expected sensor data too big to move NOW data-driven economies sensor data outgrowing social vs 4D Data Buoys
  4. 4. 4 March 2015 Have you ever thought: When did weather forecasting become unreliable?
  5. 5. 5 March 2015 Source: www.skepticalscience.com
  6. 6. 6 March 2015 And when did it start to be awesome?
  7. 7. 7 March 2015 Surfline Hyperlocal surf weather forecasting
  8. 8. 8 March 2015 Forecast.io (Dark Sky) Hyperlocal weather forecasting
  9. 9. 9 March 2015 Weather Underground Crowdsourced data collection
  10. 10. 10 March 2015 Have you ever thought: What is the operational root cause of oil spills?
  11. 11. 11 March 2015
  12. 12. 12 March 2015 Sensor data will outgrow social data in 2 years Sensor data is too big to move Data Management will not scale as we know it Oil & Gas is swimming in sensors, drowning in data
  13. 13. 13 March 2015 • Contextual data streams across sources • SCADA • Weather and environmental data • Drones and other robotic measurement platforms • Satellite imagery • 3D Common Operating Picture • Full software integration for centralized access to data • Event notifications USE CASES More data needs powerful tools. Increase the data fluency of your operations.
  14. 14. 14 March 2015 Hewlett Packard: “By 2020, 40% of all data ever collected by human kind will be generated by sensors.”
  15. 15. 15 March 2015 Case #1: NOAA Real-time weather and climate data + forecasts They are working hard on a challenge presented by: • Tens of thousands of devices deployed in the ocean, on land, and space • Tens of terabytes coming in every day • 700 scattered “web services” (FTPs, flat files, Threads servers, no APIs) • Breaking connections (all.the.time.) • 25,000 employees • Critical data for the government, the industry, and citizens What if all this data would be easily discoverable and machine-readable?
  16. 16. 16 March 2015 Example to case #1: Marinexplore.org 40,000+ data streams from 33 organizations of open data Advanced Data Discovery Raster data / heat map overlays Access with third party applications Raster data / quiver plots Graph Monitor Build custom datasets
  17. 17. 17 March 2015 Example to Case #2: Bravante Helping to deliver offshore data reports 80% faster Problems and challenges: • How to disseminate information to 5 end-customers onshore in parallel? • How to engage specialists and mangers with the same tool? • How not to change anything in the equipment on the vessel? • How to improve speed and quality of the environmental baseline surveys? What if all this data would be available in the cloud?
  18. 18. 18 March 2015 R/V Jean Charcot Interactive reporting Case #2: Bravante Helping to deliver offshore data reports 80% faster
  19. 19. 19 March 2015 Consolidate dataflows, organize and make sense of your data Access your data with 3rd party tools and systems One interface to search and discover your local and remote data Securely exchange, acquire or sell datasets Build advanced domain specific solutions without hassle Industrial IoT Platform for Real-World Sensor Networks designed for ocean, land, air and space data
  20. 20. 20 March 2015 Map of all devices on the Internet August 2, 2014
  21. 21. 21 March 2015 Robotic ocean-borne sensor platforms increase productivity LIQUID ROBOTICS WAVE GLIDER
  22. 22. 22 March 2015 A decade of growth in marine acoustics sensor data summer year-round 2004 2014 2K 400K n < 10 n > 1000 2D 4D 6 weeks 6 months sample rate # of sensors dimensions time span activity PGS SURVEY VESSEL, 12KM STREAMERS
  23. 23. 23 March 2015 Satellites are getting smaller and cheaper. 150 launched since 2011 (3x of the market estimate) SPIRE, A SAN FRANCISCO STARTUP BUILDING NON-IMAGING LOW-ORBIT NANOSATELLITES USING RF SENSORS
  24. 24. 24 March 2015 Unmanned vehicles are estimated to grow 10x in 10 years Image Credit: Northrop Grumman
  25. 25. 25 March 2015 Precision Agriculture is a $3.7 trillion market Image Credit: http://iphonedroneimagery.com/
  26. 26. 26 March 2015 Traditional Data Value Chain is Missing Data Exchange SATELLITES DRONES CARS BUOYS OIL PLATFORMS SHIPS TRACTORS LIGHTING PHYSICAL CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL OPTICAL NON-OPTICAL (RF) TIME-SERIES RASTER ARRAYS VECTORS SEISMIC VIDEO ACOUSTIC QA/QA OUTLIER DETECTION MODELING DATA FUSION DATA LOGISTICS VISUALIZATION ENHANCEMENT DERIVATIVES HARDWARE SENSORS RAW DATA SOFTWARE ANALYTICS CUSTOMER APPLICATIONS ENERGY WEATHER AGRICULTURE TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE TELECOMMS LIGHTING HEALTHCARE DATA EXCHANGE LIVES HERE
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