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“The need of Things”
Internet of Things for business and beyond
Rick Bouter
What is in a name?
Industrial drivers
Not as new…
 1926 - World brain
 1999 - IoT
 2009 – marketing buzzwords
 Why now?
… as it seems
“A lack of information...
Bottomline…
Governmental
Research
Business
“Internet of Things (IoT) refer to the collective noun for the
general idea to connect the physical to the digital via
emb...
‘Smart’ things?
Collective intelligence
“Things are stupid”
Internet of things presentation   rick bouter - 16-09-2013 - sogeti - Part 1 of 2
Internet of things presentation   rick bouter - 16-09-2013 - sogeti - Part 1 of 2
Internet of things presentation   rick bouter - 16-09-2013 - sogeti - Part 1 of 2
Internet of things presentation   rick bouter - 16-09-2013 - sogeti - Part 1 of 2
Internet of things presentation   rick bouter - 16-09-2013 - sogeti - Part 1 of 2
Internet of things presentation   rick bouter - 16-09-2013 - sogeti - Part 1 of 2
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Internet of things presentation rick bouter - 16-09-2013 - sogeti - Part 1 of 2

  1. 1. “The need of Things” Internet of Things for business and beyond Rick Bouter
  2. 2. What is in a name?
  3. 3. Industrial drivers
  4. 4. Not as new…  1926 - World brain  1999 - IoT  2009 – marketing buzzwords  Why now? … as it seems “A lack of information!”
  5. 5. Bottomline… Governmental Research Business
  6. 6. “Internet of Things (IoT) refer to the collective noun for the general idea to connect the physical to the digital via embedded technology. To receive data from all kind of smart objects from the past, the current and the future to communicate and sense or interact with their internal state or the external environment to simplify and facilitate human life, improve business processes, reduce costs and risks and raise efficiency.“
  7. 7. ‘Smart’ things?
  8. 8. Collective intelligence “Things are stupid”

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