Mobile Future Webinar:The Internet’s Third Act: The Connected Device Decade Wednesday, April 4 at 1 PM (ET) #m2mwebinar PresentersJonathan Spalter, Chairman, Mobile FutureJim Kohlenberger, President, JK Strategies Mahbubul Alam, Cisco Systems
The Internet’s Third Act: The Connected Device DecadeFrom Smart Phones to Smarter Everything: How the next wave of connected devices will further accelerate mobile opportunity, and further exacerbate the looming spectrum crunch.
Agenda• The promising and extensive opportunities in the digital device decade - in every sector• The technologies that are driving the connected device revolution• The policy choices for enabling a brighter future beginning with making more spectrum available• The five key steps for harnessing connected devices for societal gains
Anything that can benefit from connectivity, will be connected to the Internet DEVICES 50 Billion The Device Revolution: Connecting Things The Mobile Revolution: Connecting People Inflection points PEOPLE 5.0 BillionThe Wired Revolution: Connecting Places PLACES ~0.5 Billion 1875 1900 1925 1950 1975 2000 2025 Source: Ericsson
Advancing Enormous Societal Gains• Reducing carbon emissions• Reducing crime• Cutting traffic jams• Cutting fuel consumption• Reducing accidents• Cutting traffic fatalities• Creating new jobs and industries for the future
The Intelligent Traffic Management system in New YorkCity utilizes wireless technology to relieve congestionand route traffic around unexpected events in real time.
Smarter Transportation• The typical U.S. traffic signaling system is 30 to 40 years old.• Fully utilizing smart traffic technology could cut fuel consumption on urban roadways by as much as 20 percent.• Reducing accidents, saving lives.
Smarter Transportation Tracking Making parking easierConnecting Buses and Trains to Apps Thinking “inside the box” to track FedEx packages
Smarter Energy, A Better Environment• The number of M2M connections in the utilities industry is projected to grow from 100 million in 2010 to 1.5 billion by 2020, of which 99% will be smart meters.• Wireless smart grids could eliminate 360 million metric tons of CO2 – the equivalent to the annual energy use of 30 million U.S. homes. Smart Meters Endangered Species tracking Animal Cams Enviro sensing
Smarter AgricultureUsing sensors to improve and expand application of precisionagriculture could reduce water use by 11 to 50 percent. Weather sensing Precision Farming Moisture Meters Connected Farm Equipment
Smarter Payments Vending Machines – order when they areATMs – early M2M example Connected payments
Smarter Businesses• When machines talk, businesses listen• Improving factory agility, intelligence, efficiency and control• Remotely controlling machines• Alerts on equipment performance before it fails• Navigate warehouses and inventory control
Smarter Homes• By 2014, 70% of all consumer electronic devices are expected to be connected to the Internet• Home automation system to increase from 1.8 million to 12 million systems a year within 5 years
Smarter Security • By 2020 there are projected to be almost half a billion connected devices in the security sector aloneSecurity Monitoring Traffic cameras Video feeds Home sentries
Smarter CitiesBy increasing the technology embedded in cityprocesses and infrastructure, IDC estimates thatit’s not impossible to see:• Reduction in carbon emissions of: 25%• Energy savings of: 50%• Reduction in crime rates by: 20%• Reduction in traffic jams of: 20%
Smarter Health CareAsthma inhalers Smart Pill Bottle Caps Digital Cardiac Monitors Digital Band-Aids Electronic Skin Patches Monitor Health Wirelessly
Connected Body MonitorsFabric based-biosensors can monitor Emergency locator devices for infant vital signs Alzheimer’s patients or special needs kids Camera GPS, and cell transmitter for firefighters
Smarter Students -- Lyndon Baty Goes to School
Driven by key technological advances:• Moore’s Law -- making faster, smaller, smarter, and more capable devices possible every 18 months.• Thin film technologies – soon turning almost any surface into a connected touchscreen display, and enable affordable intelligence to be implanted into almost anything.• Near Field Communication (NFC) -- enabling new forms of mobile commerce.• Better human computer interaction -- unlocking new applications.• DIY connected device applications -- enabling innovation as dynamic as today’s apps economy.• Next generation wireless networks – enabling connections that go faster and farther.
Key technological advances (cont’d)• Higher resolution sensors -- enabling us to connect to our world in ways beyond just our six senses.• Vast video networks -- improving safety, security, and the environment . – Remote security cameras, nanny-cams, public transportation cameras, ambulance feeds, police car monitoring, and environmental sensors. – A half hour of this video can generate 3.6 GB of data. – Video traffic already accounts for more than 50% of total mobile data traffic, will more than double every year between 2010 and 2015, and will constitute two-thirds of mobile data traffic by 2015.
This coming digital device deluge will further accelerate mobile opportunity,and exacerbate the looming spectrum crunch 258% Percent CAGR Traffic Growth Rate 300% 250% 216% 200% 144% 150% 101% 100% 33% 50% 0% Source:
Five Pragmatic policy steps for keeping the innovation pipeline running:1. making more spectrum available for mobile;2. increasing investments in targeted research to stoke innovation;3. advancing enlightened Internet policy;4. protecting privacy and security;5. and ensuring the next generation of scientists, engineers and developers are being trained.
Five Key Steps For Advancing Broader Societal Gains:1. Catalyze Innovation Through 4G Rollouts2. Accelerate Smart infrastructure Development and Deployment3. Advance a Smarter Electric Grid4. Speed Up Access to Wireless Connected Medical Devices.5. Enable More Of These Connected Devices to be Made In America
SummaryNowhere is the opportunity so vast, the need so urgent, and the policy so vital for advancing a brighter mobile future.
Internet-of-Things (IoTs) “Rise of the Machines” Mahbubul Alam firstname.lastname@example.org Connected Industries Business Unit Cisco Systems Inc.
The Evolution of IP Networks The Third Great Era: Trillions of Connected Devices by 2020+ Trillion Billion Million1985 2020+
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A Broad Set of Applications Energy Saving (I2E) DefensePredictive maintenance Industrial Automation Intelligent Buildings Improve Productivity Enable New Knowledge Transportation and Enhance Safety & Connected Vehicles Security Healthcare Food & H20 Quality Smart Home Health Smart Grid
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Key Takeaways1) Policy to Protect Virtual Profile• Need governance around info collected, who and how it will be used2) Drive M2M/IoTs Standard• Will drive competition, cost down and faster adoption3) Need Additional Spectrum• For industries to blossom and thrive
Start now and start thinking …. Technology 1 Trillion Connected Devices Societal Policy Impact
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