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11-Feb-2015
0 5 10 15 20 25 30
By 2020
2000's
1990's
Manufacturing &
Agriculture Building Management Embedded Devices Energy Consumption
Healthcare & Telemedicine Security & S...
Run out of water or seed? Lights left on after work? Activity notifications Sudden spike in usage?
Patient reminders and
u...
Motion Detected Action Triggered API Called
Delivered to Lync
Server or Office 365
IM, Image or Video
sent to Lync or Skyp...
Lync Managed API Persistent Chat API
Unified
Communications
Managed API
Client Extensions
API
Requires Lync Client,
expose...
Send & Receive
Instant Messages
Manage User
Settings
Manage Contacts
(local & federated)
Manage Presence
Unified
Communica...
Lync Server, Skype for Business Server or Office 365 Infrastructure
SIP Layer Media Stack Microsoft.Speech
UCMA 4.0 Core A...
Product Framework
Arduino Open Source
Netduino Microsoft .NET Micro Framework
Gadgeteer Microsoft .NET Micro Framework
Gal...
internetofyourthings.com
Unified Communications Web API (UCWA)
Windows IOT / Windows On Devices
Netduino, Arduino, Gadgete...
Internet of Things (IoT) and Microsoft Lync
Internet of Things (IoT) and Microsoft Lync
Internet of Things (IoT) and Microsoft Lync
Internet of Things (IoT) and Microsoft Lync
Internet of Things (IoT) and Microsoft Lync
Internet of Things (IoT) and Microsoft Lync
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Internet of Things (IoT) and Microsoft Lync

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A presentation and discussion about various Lync and Skype for Business development frameworks (UCMA, UCWA, Skype API, 3rd party) and how they can be used as a pathway to implementing IoT (Internet of Things) communication to Lync and Skype users.

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Internet of Things (IoT) and Microsoft Lync

  1. 1. 11-Feb-2015
  2. 2. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 By 2020 2000's 1990's
  3. 3. Manufacturing & Agriculture Building Management Embedded Devices Energy Consumption Healthcare & Telemedicine Security & Surveillance Smart Homes & Cities Vehicle and Assets Protection
  4. 4. Run out of water or seed? Lights left on after work? Activity notifications Sudden spike in usage? Patient reminders and updates Unusual motion detected? Turn on your heating at home – using Lync Check on the location of Assets globally
  5. 5. Motion Detected Action Triggered API Called Delivered to Lync Server or Office 365 IM, Image or Video sent to Lync or Skype client
  6. 6. Lync Managed API Persistent Chat API Unified Communications Managed API Client Extensions API Requires Lync Client, exposes application and content sharing in 3rd party applications. Server Side API for managing Persistent Chat Managed-Code API, with support for VoiceXML and SIP infrastructure Extend the Lync Client with new functionality Unified Communications Web API (UCWA) Cross-platform API using a RESTful HTTP API. All browsers, all operating systems, all devices.
  7. 7. Send & Receive Instant Messages Manage User Settings Manage Contacts (local & federated) Manage Presence Unified Communications Web API (UCWA) Cross-platform API using a RESTful HTTP API. All browsers, all operating systems, all devices.
  8. 8. Lync Server, Skype for Business Server or Office 365 Infrastructure SIP Layer Media Stack Microsoft.Speech UCMA 4.0 Core API UCMA Speech API VoiceXMLUnified Communications Web API Future API 3rd Party APIs
  9. 9. Product Framework Arduino Open Source Netduino Microsoft .NET Micro Framework Gadgeteer Microsoft .NET Micro Framework Galileo (Intel) & Gen 2 Open Source / Windows 10 Raspberry Pi Open Source / Linux Raspberry Pi 2 Windows 10 (free)
  10. 10. internetofyourthings.com Unified Communications Web API (UCWA) Windows IOT / Windows On Devices Netduino, Arduino, Gadgeteer, Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi 2 .NET Micro Framework Fw:Thinking – The Internet of Things Matthew Proctor Email: matthew@proctor.com.au Skype: matthew@proctor.com.au Lync: matthew@telewebica.com.au Twitter: @mattproctorau www.matthewproctor.com www.lyncagent.com www.telewebica.com Microsoft and the Office logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Lync and Skype for Business are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft Office 365 is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corp. Skype is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation. Neither Lync Agent nor Telewebica are affiliated with Microsoft. All other trademarks contained herein are the property of their respective owners.

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