NVI Deconstructing IoT 3 jJly 2013 by Maurizio Pilu - CDEC

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NVI Deconstructing IoT 3 jJly 2013 by Maurizio Pilu - CDEC

  1. 1. Catapult is a Technology Strategy Board programme Deconstructing my experience @ #tsbiot and how can @cdecatapult help 3 July 2013 Dr. Maurizio Pilu Connected Digital Economy Catapult @maurizio_pilu
  2. 2. Overview 2 • #tsbiot  I will deconstruct my personal experience in designing, setting up & managing a £9m innovation program in #iot while @ the Technology Strategy Board • @cdecatapult  How my new organization can help drive this agenda forward
  3. 3. (OLD) TSB IOT HAT ON 3
  4. 4. WATCH OUT: STRATEGY AT WOK!  4
  5. 5. January 2011: IoT is hot! Really? 5
  6. 6. OK, Let‟s look into it …. Hmmm …
  7. 7. BTW, it‟s not as if it‟s new …. 7
  8. 8. Pervasive Internet Connected Environments Smart Places Smart Cities Connected Cars Ubiquitous Computing, Everyware Connected World Physical Internet Smart Homes Smart Meters Wireless Sensor Networks Ambient Intelligence Machine to Machine Web of Things The Future Internet ............ ... and it has many identities ….
  9. 9. So we started a conversation….. • 6 events across various sectors • Engaged Energy, Transport, Built Environment, Health, Creative • >400 businesses and academics participated • All run with the same format • Output summarized in a report • Seeded a “UK community” (now 1700 practitioners) 9
  10. 10. … and it was fun & useful … 10
  11. 11. …but still lots to do ….…. 
  12. 12. Many perspective!  It‟s about sensors & devices It‟s about M2M It‟s about a big IT system that controls stuff It‟s all about data value chains It‟s about new services It‟s the Internet – no such thing as IoT It‟s about the user experience It‟s about growth-opportunities It‟s about new business models 12
  13. 13. … and uncertainty about where value is 13
  14. 14. …but patterns were emerging … 14 Fixed Telephony / networks Mobile Internet Internet / broadband Internet of Things Reach Mobile telephony M2M Cloud Time Open data and objects Applications SaaSSmart Silos Foundation Today The future Smart Everything Internet of Silos Sensor and actuators networks Courtesy of Stuart Revell, ICT KTN & #tbiot SIG
  15. 15. Fast forward a few months …. 15
  16. 16. £5m (£9m) innovation support programme 16 Preparatory Studies (£500k) Ecosystem Demonstrator (~£8m) R&D Roadmap Community building Events Engagement Consultation Investment
  17. 17. … and that‟s the focus … 17 • Support building a UK community looking at shared perspective IoT • Adoption, applications and services development • Focus on the enablers of and barriers to the ecosystem of applications and services of the Internet of Things • Take a “data value chain” perspective
  18. 18. Preparatory studies 18 https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/iot-convergence-preparatory-studies-2012/ 10 business-led projects looking into ecosystems in 10 different IoT application areas/sectors.
  19. 19. Follow on: £6.2m IoT demonstrator 19 • Develop a network of Internet of Things clusters • Incentivize more accessibility to IoT data • Adoption of „information hubs‟ • Help drive interoperability • Become a platform for collaboration
  20. 20. The Internet of Things Demonstrator 20 • Results of £6.2m investment announced by David Willetts on 11 March 2013 • Investing in 8 IoT clusters to demonstrate ecosystems in specific application areas • >40 organizations involved, including Intel, ARM, BT, IBM, NEUL, Cisc o, EDF, Carillion, LivingPlanIT, an d many SMEs
  21. 21. Example: London City airport IoT cluster 21 https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/internet-of-things-ecosystem-demonstrator
  22. 22. Fast forward again …. 22
  23. 23. Some personal learning …. 23 More questions, really ….
  24. 24. Disruptive? Possibly …. “Telegraph of things” 24 McKinsey Qtly: how data and the telegraph in 1854 shaped the organizational chart of NY Railway
  25. 25. Revolution? Not sure Evolution? More like it? 25 Seen any of these? Been around for 20-30 years!
  26. 26. Hype? Reality? Where are we? 26 $1t $10t $14t
  27. 27. Reasons to invest have to be clear …. But are they from a £ perspective? 27
  28. 28. #iot: Three broad ranges of players • Those providing the “plumming” • Those in large verticals (e.g. health) • Those who don‟t need and/or can‟t wait for the above (typically SMEs) • Different dynamics, ROI, time to market, £££, etc. 28
  29. 29. ??? ??? Out window of visibility today Do we really know where it‟s going to go? And how?
  30. 30. Growth: Innovation, new applications, services Core foundation of the IoT to drive designs, strategies, investments … the evolution will unfold in the coming years
  31. 31. Vertical vs Horizontal play? • 1-1 full time …  • Sectors and actors can and should agree a common horizontal vision …. • But IoT goes deep into the guts of sectors: people, processes, biz models • Can both co-exist? If not now, when? 31
  32. 32. Cost + tools key to adoption …. but who‟s going to get there first or drive it? • High cost  slow rate of adoption • Low cost  more biz cases stack up • No tools  hard for innovators to experiment • Open Source, abstraction layers, APIs, data, privacy, Dev Kits  Ecosystems • Arm: “IoT need an Android” 32
  33. 33. IoT is not a technology – it‟s an ensemble of things …. 33 - Collaboration is key - Creative, technologists, sectors players - Technology disciplines coming together - Open source / open access approaches - Federation and APIs - The importance of “integrative” demonstrators with clear use cases - Innovation, innovation, innovation
  34. 34. ...and … DOT DOT DOT many more questions 34
  35. 35. Fast forward one more time …. 35
  36. 36. NEW HAT ON 36
  37. 37. Connected Digital Economy Catapult 37 • Set up by the Technology Strategy Board • Applied R&D&I centre in the digital economy • Based in London, national remit • Centre with critical mass to help UK innovators • £10m p.a. of core investment from TSB • Overtime co-funded by businesses and grants • Total revenue ~£20-30m pa, 200 staff; £10-15m pa from businesses
  38. 38. The digital data value chain – our „field of play‟ 38
  39. 39. Connected Digital Economy Catapult 39 • CDEC is not a funder • We run R&D&I projects with industry and academia • Focussed on helping commercialization by • … making specific capabilities & platforms openly available... • .. for the benefit of UK innovators
  40. 40. Our #IoT angles 40 • Cities & communities – it‟s where lots of data, verticals, people come together, in high density • Data, data, data - #IoT will generate huge amounts of data (e.g. “cities generate more data they know what to do with”) • Next generation infrastructure, in particular • M2M • Whitespace communication • Connecting & supporting existing investments (e.g. from TSB, EU, RCs)
  41. 41. Questions 41 • What capabilities & facilities UK‟s innovators need that they cannot get from “the market”. • What strategic (i.e. for wider benefit) industry-led projects does the UK need to move forward • Is the #tsbiot investment enough? • What else? • Please get in touch.
  42. 42. Catapult is a Technology Strategy Board programme Thank you! Dr. Maurizio Pilu Partnerships Director CDE Catapult Maurizio dot Pilu at cde.catapult.org.uk @maurizio_pilu @cdecatapult 42

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