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PilgrimBeart
CEO
Today
• My background
• Lessons from AlertMe
• How might IoT market look?
• Survey results
• Device Management
• Demo stan...
@pilgrimbeart
ALERTME
Eventual propositions & customers
Control your heating/hot
water remotely, predict
schedule based cost and
link occupancy ...
Early days (2006-2010)
• Design & build the tech
• Hardware, software, services
• Edge devices, gateways, apps
• Design th...
Challenges of scaling (2010-2015)
• BG as “beachhead” customer
• Few 1,000 BG users
• Early majority
• To 10k, 100k, 1m… u...
TIME
DEVICES
DEPLOYED
OPERATIONAL
COSTS
Scaling is different
WHAT THE IOT MARKET MIGHT
LOOK LIKE
So … what are the new IoT Niches?
(this is what you’ll spend 80%+ of your time, money and hassle on)
• Embedded stacks
• C...
Is IoT different?
More numerous, more constrained
• No UI
• Limited processing power
• Limited storage
• Poor communicatio...
“One nine is a good day in IoT”
• Configuration, user “error”
• Flat batteries
• Comms problems
• Physical damage
• Upgrad...
DEVICE MANAGEMENT SURVEY
of 50 companies
Business model
Device Management
DEVICEPILOT
• Universal cloud based softwareservice
• Locate, monitor and manage devices at scale
• Pro-active management of entire de...
Sits alongside existingsolutions
LOCATE MONITOR MANAGE
Live Query
Mapping
Live Status
Triage
Alerting
Deploy
Upgrade
Confi...
DEMO
Demo: IoT with end-to-end standards
edge
devices
e.g.
tilt
e.g.
temp
edge
gateway INTERNET
IBM BlueMix
6LoWPAN
802.15.4e
M...
pilgrim.beart@devicepilot.com
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IoT Device Management using open standards end-to-end

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A talk given by Pilgrim Beart to the Thames Valley IoT Meetup on 26th May 2016. This covers Pilgrim's experiences of scaling-up connected services such as AlertMe (Hive) and how a set of open IP-compatible standards now makes it possible to deploy and manage IoT systems in an open and interoperable fashion, creating an ecosystem which benefits customers and vendors alike.

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IoT Device Management using open standards end-to-end

  1. 1. PilgrimBeart CEO
  2. 2. Today • My background • Lessons from AlertMe • How might IoT market look? • Survey results • Device Management • Demo standards end-to-end
  3. 3. @pilgrimbeart
  4. 4. ALERTME
  5. 5. Eventual propositions & customers Control your heating/hot water remotely, predict schedule based cost and link occupancy for intelligent scheduling Data analytics for energy consumption trends by category, normative comparisons and tips/ advice to save money extending to occupancy based scheduling Energy Controls ‘Hive’ Energy Analytics ‘Smart Energy Report’ Home Automation ‘Iris’ A modular set of home automation services, user configurable rules and messaging options e.g. alarm/sensor notification , event triggered recording
  6. 6. Early days (2006-2010) • Design & build the tech • Hardware, software, services • Edge devices, gateways, apps • Design the proposition • Launch B2C • Early adopters • Get the bugs out • An alpha product with fantastic customer support
  7. 7. Challenges of scaling (2010-2015) • BG as “beachhead” customer • Few 1,000 BG users • Early majority • To 10k, 100k, 1m… users • We can do that, right? … right??!!
  8. 8. TIME DEVICES DEPLOYED OPERATIONAL COSTS Scaling is different
  9. 9. WHAT THE IOT MARKET MIGHT LOOK LIKE
  10. 10. So … what are the new IoT Niches? (this is what you’ll spend 80%+ of your time, money and hassle on) • Embedded stacks • Comms • Security, Identity, Trust • Search • Testing • Analytics • Billing • … • Management
  11. 11. Is IoT different? More numerous, more constrained • No UI • Limited processing power • Limited storage • Poor communications • May have to run on batteries for years • Live in real world (e.g. physical damage) • Need upgrading
  12. 12. “One nine is a good day in IoT” • Configuration, user “error” • Flat batteries • Comms problems • Physical damage • Upgrading non-trivial • Unreliable comms inc. meshes • Flat batteries • Is it in use? • Easy to “brick”, no user to reset
  13. 13. DEVICE MANAGEMENT SURVEY of 50 companies
  14. 14. Business model
  15. 15. Device Management
  16. 16. DEVICEPILOT
  17. 17. • Universal cloud based softwareservice • Locate, monitor and manage devices at scale • Pro-active management of entire devicelifecycle
  18. 18. Sits alongside existingsolutions LOCATE MONITOR MANAGE Live Query Mapping Live Status Triage Alerting Deploy Upgrade Configure
  19. 19. DEMO
  20. 20. Demo: IoT with end-to-end standards edge devices e.g. tilt e.g. temp edge gateway INTERNET IBM BlueMix 6LoWPAN 802.15.4e MQTT FTP eventsource/GET HTTP LWM2M CoAP UDP IP LWM2M client LWM2M server LWM2M connector app
  21. 21. pilgrim.beart@devicepilot.com Join our Alpha programme now

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