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사물인터넷(IoT)와 연결의 진화-최형욱 Hugh Choi

iBrunch Talk #1
at 2016 시즌6

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사물인터넷(IoT)와 연결의 진화-최형욱 Hugh Choi

  1. 1. Perfect storm | Internet of things 연결의 진화가 만드는 변화와 기회 최 형 욱 chief maker & CEO, magicEco future business creator & CEO, future designers iBrunch Talk #1
  2. 2. The Locomotives on Highways Act(1861) 차량의 중량은 12톤으로 제한. 최고 속도는 시속 10마일(16km/h), 시가지에서는 시속 5마일(8km/h)로 제한. The Locomotive Act 1865(적기조례) 최고 속도는 교외에서는 시속 4마일(6km/h), 시가지에서는 시속 2마일(3 km/h)로 제한. 1대의 자동차에는 세 사람의 운전수(운전수, 기관원, 기수)가 필요하고, 그 중 기수는 붉 은 깃발(낮)이나 붉은 등(밤)을 갖고 55m 앞을 마차로 달리면서 자동차를 선도해야 함. 기수는 보속을 유지하며 자동차의 접근을 예고. Highways and Locomotives Act 1878(개정법) 기수의 필요성은 제거. 전방보행요원의 거리가 20야드(18m)로 단축. 말과 마주친 자동차는 정지해야 함. 말을 놀라게 하는 연기나 증기를 내뿜지 말 것.
  3. 3. Evolution of connectivity 1990s~ 2000s~ 2007~ 2010s~ 2020s~ 고정된 터미널을 통한 WWW 인터넷 연결 소셜네트워크를 통한 관계의 연결 스마트폰을 통한 사람중심의 상시연결 사물인터넷을 통한 컨텍스트기반 연결 브레인넷을 통한 감정과 지능의 연결 ~Digital +Mobile +Connected +Seamless +Interactive +Contextual +???
  4. 4. In the 20th century, computers were brains without senses—they only knew what we told them. In the 21st century, because of the Internet of Things, computers can sense things for themselves. If we had computers that knew everything there was to know about things -- using data they gathered without any help from us -- we would be able to track and count everything and greatly reduce waste, loss and cost. We would know when things needed replacing, repairing or recalling and whether they were fresh or past their best. -Kevin Ashton source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Ashton Internet of things
  5. 5. "In the next century, planet earth will don an electronic skin. It will use the Internet as a scaffold to support and transmit its sensations. This skin is already being stitched together. It consists of millions of embedded electronic measuring devices: thermostats, pressure gauges, pollution detectors, cameras, microphones, glucose sensors, EKGs, electroencephalographs. These will probe and monitor cities and endangered species, the atmosphere, our ships, highways and fleets of trucks, our conversations, our bodies--even our dreams." -Neil Gross, 1999 http://www.businessweek.com/1999/99_35/b3644024.htm
  6. 6. It’s already here!
  7. 7. Benefits of Internet of things
  8. 8. beacons
  9. 9. sensor actuator connectivity processor vision, ambient light, motion, pressure, temperature, GPS, gyro, proximity, humidity, sound, vibration, direction, magnetic, tilt, chemical, ultrasound, tactile, IR, force, brainwave, … motor, LED, fan, on/off switch, heater, cooler, moving machinary, wheel, speaker, kinetic parts WiFi, bluetooth, 3G, LTE, Z-wave, Zigbee, NFC, RFID, ethernet, UWB… CPU/AP/DSP based on ARM, Intel, or other cores Things on Internet
  10. 10. From SA (things) to SCAT (IoT) Sense Connect Actuate Think source: https://evrythng.com/
  11. 11. Service based on context Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
  12. 12. http://diy-scib.orghttps://innovation.internews.org http://www.innovationfiles.org Sensor Journalism
  13. 13. Empowered paVents: Heal Connected resources in moVon Concierge economy: Luxe, Washio Service on demand
  14. 14. 공간과 시간의 확장 VR Future of Internet 공간과 정보의 결합 AR 관점의 이동 Drone 관점의 확장 Sensors 지능과 인지의 확장 Robot/AI 개인미디어의 확장 Lifelogging/QS 초개인화 Home/ Health/ Work 공간의 이동 Automated Vehicle
  15. 15. 최 형 욱 huchoi@gmail.com h[p://].com/huchoi 눈은 녹고 있는가?

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