Frigoriferi intelligenti           e   Uomini affamati  Michele Vianello Direttore del VEGA               Michele Vianello...
Sono il Direttore Generaledel VEGA (Il Parco Scientifico e    Tecnologico di Venezia).     Mi sono occupato e mi   occupo d...
#nomadworker’s	 production                        Manifesto	 di	 principi                               di	 una           ...
4 innovazioni“change or die”    Michele Vianello #nomadworker      http://www.michelecamp.it
Michele Vianello #nomadworker  http://www.michelecamp.it
Michele Vianello #nomadworker  http://www.michelecamp.it
Michele Vianello #nomadworker  http://www.michelecamp.it
Michele Vianello #nomadworker  http://www.michelecamp.it
Cloud Computing: una grandenuvola di dati?        Michele Vianello #nomadworker          http://www.michelecamp.it
The Internet of Things Leads to the Internetof Everything
The Internet of Things Leads to the Internetof Everything                       Over 50% of Internet connections are thing...
The Internet of Things Leads to the Internet   of Everything                                      Over 50% of Internet con...
The Internet of Things Leads to the Internet   of Everything                                        Over 50% of Internet c...
The Internet of Things Leads to the Internet   of Everything                                           Over 50% of Interne...
Michele Vianello #nomadworker  http://www.michelecamp.it
Michele Vianello #nomadworker  http://www.michelecamp.it
Michele Vianello #nomadworker  http://www.michelecamp.it
???? Cacciaall’errore????   Michele Vianello #nomadworker     http://www.michelecamp.it
Riassumendo.... miei cari esseri umani avete a         disposizione: 1) Piattaforme social, wiki, crouwd         per poter...
Una città non è “smart”l’uso delle tecnologie deve essere               “smart”; la Città - le persone che usano letecnolo...
Michele Vianello #nomadworker   Michele Vianello #nomadworker  http://www.michelecamp.it      http://www.michelecamp.it
“La Città Intelligente” è unpercorso non una destinazione            finale.        Michele Vianello #nomadworker          ...
Stay hungryStay foolishMichele Vianello #nomadworker  http://www.michelecamp.it
Stay hungry     Stay foolishL’innovazione è il fruttodi atti di disobbedienza    ben organizzati     Michele Vianello #nom...
Nella Città           intelligentecambiatutto...                       ...l’organizzazione                            del ...
ORARI!!!                              RISIEDERE!!!CITTA’ DECONTESTUALIZZATA  LAVORO!!!              Michele Vianello #noma...
1 - COWORKING....   2 - DECONGESTIONARE IL          TRAFFICO....3 - SOSTENIBILITA’ AMBIENTALE         Michele Vianello #no...
Michele Vianello #nomadworker  http://www.michelecamp.it
Ogni anno nel mondo           abbiamo a disposizione            un trilione di ore da          dedicare al tempo libero!!!...
Ogni anno nel mondo           abbiamo a disposizione            un trilione di ore da          dedicare al tempo libero!!!...
... e se per 80.000 ore della         nostra vita ci      trasformassimo in     PROSUMER?            Michele Vianello #nom...
slide di Michele VianelloMichele Vianello #nomadworker  http://www.michelecamp.it
Nell’epoca del WEB  innovare è anche essere  disponibili e condividere        e a regalare.Il WEB 2.0 non è per coloroche ...
“Crowdsourcing”: la scelta di regalare    il proprio tempo per attività           sociali sul web             Michele Vian...
Naturalmente mi interessano le vostre      idee, i vostrisuggerimenti, le vostre         critiche.  Scrivetemi sul blog,  ...
GRAZIE PER L’ATTENZIONE!!!!!   Naturalmente mi interessano le vostre      idee, i vostrisuggerimenti, le vostre         cr...
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  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. The vision and concept have existed for years; however, there has been an acceleration in the number and types of things that are being connected and in the technologies for identifying, sensing and communicating. This leads to the important trend of imbuing IT tools and practices into operational technology (OT), plus value can be gained when these newly smart and connected objects can be linked to traditional IT systems to inject purchases and other business transactions. They can also use this link to receive updated behavioral orders, adjusting the way those OT objects act to the situation and the objectives determined by the business strategy and IT systems. Key elements of the IoT include:\nEmbedded sensors: Sensors that detect and communicate changes (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, compasses, cameras) are being embedded not just in mobile devices but in an increasing number of places and objects. \nImage recognition: Image recognition technologies strive to identify objects, people, buildings, places, logos and anything else that has value to consumers and enterprises. Smartphones and tablets equipped with cameras have pushed this technology from mainly industrial applications to broad consumer and enterprise applications.\nNFC payment: NFC allows users to make payments by waving their mobile phone in front of a compatible reader. Once NFC is embedded in a critical mass of phones for payment, industries such as public transportation, airlines, retail and healthcare can explore other areas in which NFC technology can improve efficiency and customer service.\n
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  • Frigoriferi Intelligenti e Uomini Affamati

    1. 1. Frigoriferi intelligenti e Uomini affamati Michele Vianello Direttore del VEGA Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    2. 2. Sono il Direttore Generaledel VEGA (Il Parco Scientifico e Tecnologico di Venezia). Mi sono occupato e mi occupo di WEB e di Social Media, di Città Intelligenti. Sono un #nomadworker. Incubo aziende e progetto edifici per nomadic worker. Mi trovate su Facebook, su Twitter, Pinterest, su Linkedin ecc. ecc. Se volete seguirmi, leggete il mio blog: http://www.michelecamp.it p.s.sono considerato uno“starnutitore” v. Seth Godinvediamo se funziona anche con voi....
    3. 3. #nomadworker’s production Manifesto di principi di una “Citta’ Intelligente” YouTube michelevianello100 http://www.michelecamp.it @michelevianello #nomadworker
    4. 4. 4 innovazioni“change or die” Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    5. 5. Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    6. 6. Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    7. 7. Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    8. 8. Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    9. 9. Cloud Computing: una grandenuvola di dati? Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    10. 10. The Internet of Things Leads to the Internetof Everything
    11. 11. The Internet of Things Leads to the Internetof Everything Over 50% of Internet connections are things 2011: 15+ billion permanent, 50+ billion intermittent 2020: 30+ billion permanent, >200 billion intermittent
    12. 12. The Internet of Things Leads to the Internet of Everything Over 50% of Internet connections are thingsRemote sensing of objects 2011: 15+ billion permanent, 50+ billion intermittentand environment 2020: 30+ billion permanent, >200 billion intermittent Cameras and microphones widely deployed Everything has a URL
    13. 13. The Internet of Things Leads to the Internet of Everything Over 50% of Internet connections are thingsRemote sensing of objects 2011: 15+ billion permanent, 50+ billion intermittentand environment 2020: 30+ billion permanent, >200 billion intermittent Audio $0.5 Cameras and microphones widely deployed Everything has a URL 2 GB flash $3 LTE NFC GPRS $7/Wi-Fi $3 7" 800 x 400 display $20
    14. 14. The Internet of Things Leads to the Internet of Everything Over 50% of Internet connections are thingsRemote sensing of objects 2011: 15+ billion permanent, 50+ billion intermittentand environment 2020: 30+ billion permanent, >200 billion intermittent Building and New routes to infrastructure market via Audio $0.5 management intelligent objects Cameras and microphones widely deployed Everything has a URL 2 GB flash $3 Content and services via connected products Augmented Situational decision reality support LTE NFC GPRS $7/Wi-Fi $3 7" 800 x 400 display $20
    15. 15. Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    16. 16. Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    17. 17. Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    18. 18. ???? Cacciaall’errore???? Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    19. 19. Riassumendo.... miei cari esseri umani avete a disposizione: 1) Piattaforme social, wiki, crouwd per poter comunicare(siete liberi dalla schiavitù della TV); 2) Device Mobili (sempre in Internet); 3) Disponibilità di conoscenza ovunque e a qualunque orario; 4) Frigoriferi che vi dicono quando fare la spesa. Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    20. 20. Una città non è “smart”l’uso delle tecnologie deve essere “smart”; la Città - le persone che usano letecnologie in modo “smart” sono INTELLIGENTI. Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    21. 21. Michele Vianello #nomadworker Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it http://www.michelecamp.it
    22. 22. “La Città Intelligente” è unpercorso non una destinazione finale. Michele Vianello #nomadworker Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it http://www.michelecamp.it
    23. 23. Stay hungryStay foolishMichele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    24. 24. Stay hungry Stay foolishL’innovazione è il fruttodi atti di disobbedienza ben organizzati Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    25. 25. Nella Città intelligentecambiatutto... ...l’organizzazione del tempo.... Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    26. 26. ORARI!!! RISIEDERE!!!CITTA’ DECONTESTUALIZZATA LAVORO!!! Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    27. 27. 1 - COWORKING.... 2 - DECONGESTIONARE IL TRAFFICO....3 - SOSTENIBILITA’ AMBIENTALE Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    28. 28. Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    29. 29. Ogni anno nel mondo abbiamo a disposizione un trilione di ore da dedicare al tempo libero!!!Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    30. 30. Ogni anno nel mondo abbiamo a disposizione un trilione di ore da dedicare al tempo libero!!! Una persona nata nel 1960, a oggi ha guardato circa 50.000 ore di televisione. Prima di morire ne guarderà altre 30.000.Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    31. 31. ... e se per 80.000 ore della nostra vita ci trasformassimo in PROSUMER? Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    32. 32. slide di Michele VianelloMichele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    33. 33. Nell’epoca del WEB innovare è anche essere disponibili e condividere e a regalare.Il WEB 2.0 non è per coloroche a scuola nascondevano ai compagni la soluzione dei problemi. slide di Michele VianelloMichele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    34. 34. “Crowdsourcing”: la scelta di regalare il proprio tempo per attività sociali sul web Michele Vianello #nomadworker http://www.michelecamp.it
    35. 35. Naturalmente mi interessano le vostre idee, i vostrisuggerimenti, le vostre critiche. Scrivetemi sul blog, su Facebook, su il mio blog: http://www.michelecamp.it Twitter..... sono facilmente michele.vianello0@aliceeposta.it reperibile in rete!!!! michele.vianello@vegapark.ve.it @michelevianello #nomadworker
    36. 36. GRAZIE PER L’ATTENZIONE!!!!! Naturalmente mi interessano le vostre idee, i vostrisuggerimenti, le vostre critiche. Scrivetemi sul blog, su Facebook, su il mio blog: http://www.michelecamp.it Twitter..... sono facilmente michele.vianello0@aliceeposta.it reperibile in rete!!!! michele.vianello@vegapark.ve.it @michelevianello #nomadworker

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