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The Internet
of Things
Sandeep Kishore
Corporate Vice President
Engineering and R&D Services
HCL Technologies
March 19th, ...
IoT Video
Internet of People
Internet of People, 2010
People connected to internet People connected to internet + Things connected t...
Measure Communicate
What’s driving the IoT
… What are the elements
AnalyzeCollaborate
Identity, Provisioning,
Security, Tr...
IoT opportunities – The scale
2010 2020
60%
40%
Consumer
Industrial
25B
100B
200B
Wired, wireless, satellite,
M2M
GPS, RFI...
How does $ 19 Trillion add up
45%
$8.6T
Things
connected
to things
32%
$6.1T
People
connected
to internet
23%
$4.3T
People...
IoT Categorization
Experiential
Hyper Personalization,
Augmented Reality etc.
Basic Needs
Heating / Cooling,
Safety etc.
R...
Enhanced Situational Awareness
Example : Hyper Personalized Retail
Today
Tomorrow
Recommendations Deals Navigation
Predict...
Sensor Driven Decision Analytics
Today
Tomorrow
Example : Connected Cars
Engine
diagnostics
Infotainment Traffic
forecast
...
Process & resource optimization
Today
Tomorrow
Example : Automated Plant Floor
Enhanced
Visibility
Proactive
Maintenance
R...
Complex autonomous systems
Tele Health Wearables Robot Assisted
Surgeries
Intelligent
Assisted Living
Today
Tomorrow
Autom...
To Summarize
Connected things will grow faster, will
become 2/3rd of the total IoT market by
2020
IoT , $ 19 Trillion doll...
$6.3
31
90000
TRUST
TRANSPARENCY
& FLEXIBILITY
VALUE
CENTRICITY
EMPLOYEES
FIRST
IDEAPRENEURSHIP
Engineering
Services 16.9%...
Engineering partner for Global Brands
125+ engagements with world’s leading software company
35+ products engineered till ...
• 225+ customers
• $40 B+ product revenue enabled
• 3 US based Engineering Development Centers with 50% local employees / ...
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The Internet of Things. Wharton Guest Lecture by Sandeep Kishore – Corporate Vice President - Global Head - Life Sciences & Healthcare and Public Services

Internet became mainstream around 20 years ago and the rapid pace of technology development we have seen over these years is fascinating. We are now looking at the biggest revolution ever, in the world of connectivity - Internet of Things (IoT). Everything we can think of around us - at home, work, in the car, or at a retail store -- will be interconnected, exchanging data and information, thus leading to an extremely intelligent network of things. It will lead to richer user experience, improved efficiencies and higher collaboration across the ecosystem. Exciting times await us...

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The Internet of Things. Wharton Guest Lecture by Sandeep Kishore – Corporate Vice President - Global Head - Life Sciences & Healthcare and Public Services

  1. 1. The Internet of Things Sandeep Kishore Corporate Vice President Engineering and R&D Services HCL Technologies March 19th, 2014 @ Wharton
  2. 2. IoT Video
  3. 3. Internet of People Internet of People, 2010 People connected to internet People connected to internet + Things connected to internet + Things connected to things World population – 6.8B Connected Devices – 12.5B (1.83x) World population – 7.6B Connected Things – 212B (27.89x) Reference: IDC, Analysys Mason Internet of Things Internet of Things, 2020
  4. 4. Measure Communicate What’s driving the IoT … What are the elements AnalyzeCollaborate Identity, Provisioning, Security, Trust Moore’s Law Koomey’s Law Metcalfe’s Law Internet of Things
  5. 5. IoT opportunities – The scale 2010 2020 60% 40% Consumer Industrial 25B 100B 200B Wired, wireless, satellite, M2M GPS, RFID, sensors, actuators, embedded / compute devices Middleware, applications, analytical engine Implementation, custom solution, ecosystem Number of connected things HardwareNetworkSoftwareServices $19TOpportunities* *over next ten years Reference: Cisco, HCL analysis
  6. 6. How does $ 19 Trillion add up 45% $8.6T Things connected to things 32% $6.1T People connected to internet 23% $4.3T People connected to things Reference: Cisco Manufacturing, Retail Finance, Information Services Consumer, Healthcare, Infrastructure
  7. 7. IoT Categorization Experiential Hyper Personalization, Augmented Reality etc. Basic Needs Heating / Cooling, Safety etc. Rule Based Industrial IoT : Assembly line, Smart cities etc. Incident Based Consumer IoT: White goods, Cars etc.
  8. 8. Enhanced Situational Awareness Example : Hyper Personalized Retail Today Tomorrow Recommendations Deals Navigation Predictive Shipping Augmented Reality Dark Stores Customization Omni Channel
  9. 9. Sensor Driven Decision Analytics Today Tomorrow Example : Connected Cars Engine diagnostics Infotainment Traffic forecast Identification Vehicle to vehicle Remote updates Driverless cars Vehicle to infrastructure Driver safety Pedestrian safety
  10. 10. Process & resource optimization Today Tomorrow Example : Automated Plant Floor Enhanced Visibility Proactive Maintenance Robots Artificial Intelligence Crowdsourced Troubleshoot 3D printed parts Upgrade through bridge smart Self assembly machines
  11. 11. Complex autonomous systems Tele Health Wearables Robot Assisted Surgeries Intelligent Assisted Living Today Tomorrow Automatic Surgeries Always On Healthcare Edible Sensors in Pills 3D Printed Organs Example : Healthcare Services
  12. 12. To Summarize Connected things will grow faster, will become 2/3rd of the total IoT market by 2020 IoT , $ 19 Trillion dollar opportunity in the next 10 years Across industries, IoT will improve human life and significantly improve productivity
  13. 13. $6.3 31 90000 TRUST TRANSPARENCY & FLEXIBILITY VALUE CENTRICITY EMPLOYEES FIRST IDEAPRENEURSHIP Engineering Services 16.9% Enterprise Application Services 17.3% IT Application Services 28.4% Infrastructure Services 33.1% Business Services 4.3% HCL Overview BILLION COUNTRIES PEOPLE
  14. 14. Engineering partner for Global Brands 125+ engagements with world’s leading software company 35+ products engineered till date, $10+B revenue impacted Software platform designed for 8 product series for with world’s leading consumer electronics brand, 95% of SQA on 110 products impacting $4+B in revenue 10+ products developed end to end for global leader in medical devices $1B business enabled through next generation products engineered by HCL Software developed that certifies products worth more than $30B annually for a leading aerospace company . 38% of onboard software on 787 has HCL’s involvement End to End Product Engg. with a global telecom leader for 12 Product Lines on revenue sharing mode, 75 patents filed by HCL Engineers Complete product development across 8 Printer product families Emerging Market Design, Supplier Sourced Innovation 14
  15. 15. • 225+ customers • $40 B+ product revenue enabled • 3 US based Engineering Development Centers with 50% local employees / 20+ Offices North America • 50+ customers / 4 Regions in Europe • 15 of 50 Top Tier R&D companies are HCL’s Customers • 1 Europe Development Center, 80% local employees Europe • 25+ customers / Focus industry verticals: CE, Medical & Office Automation ; Auto and Industrial • Japan dedicated, Multi-lingual engg. / engagement teams / 2 Offices, Tokyo and Osaka Japan • $25+ M investment in engg. labs • ~ 100 development centers, dedicated and shared • 6 locations, 15,500+ engineers, among the largest engg. strength globally India • by 18,500 HCL ERS engineers across 4 continents ; 3000 outside India • for 300+ active engineering customers • at 75 active Offshore Development Centers with dedicated labs, 22 shared labs HCL ERS : Creating Business Impact #1 : Global Engineering Services Provider in terms of size with over 18,500 FTEs
  16. 16. Thank You

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