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5G Edge Computing IoT Presentation

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John Chiappetta prezo on 5G EdgeComputing and IoT and how interdependent they are.
Held Nov 19, 2019 at Milton Education Village Innovation Centre, Milton, Ontario, Canada.
Learn more here: https://siliconhalton.com/event/meetup-119-what-is-5g-and-edge-computing/

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5G Edge Computing IoT Presentation

  1. 1. 5G, Edge, and IoT Silicon Halton, November 19th, 2019
  2. 2. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com 2 John Chiappetta Technology + Innovation john@chiappettaconsulting.com
  3. 3. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com 3 We’ve Got You Covered just like our products, we are always revising, testing, and evolving. background. Planning & Design ImplementationCloud Managed Services Network Installations Operations Internet of Things
  4. 4. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com 4 Agenda IoT 5G Edge Computing What comes Next?
  5. 5. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com So, what is IoT? 5
  6. 6. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com 6 $1.3T Is projected to be the worldwide IoT market spend in 2019 -Verizon $2.88 $6.50 2013 2018 75.4B IoT devices projected to dominate the market by 2025 -IHS 250M Vehicles will be connected to the internet by 2020 -Forbes Canadian IoT Market in Billions Internet of Things (IoT) takes typical devices to the next level by allowing connected devices to automatically send information - 8.4 billion connected devices in 2017 - +20 billion in 2020
  7. 7. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com This is a conversation on 5G, Edge, IoT and the Public Cloud • 5th Generation Networks (5G) the Internet of Things (IoT), and Edge Computing are essential infrastructure enablers for a range of new business and technology developments: - Autonomous Vehicles - Smart City Grids - E-Health - Automated Factories - Mobile Content Streaming - Data Analytics • The end goal is  Digital Transformation 7
  8. 8. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com This is a conversation on 5G, Edge, IoT and the Public Cloud • The public cloud is great … BUT - Cloud computing costs can grow exponentially - Vendor “lock-in” is a risk • 10 yrs ago  Security and migration pitfalls with public clouds • Now  Clouds are safer, more scalable and agile 8
  9. 9. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Example: Bridges • Devices can track small movements and send alerts in real-time of potential structural capacity issues without the need for a physical inspection • Again, not only is the maintenance cost reduced but the risk of safety issues is significantly lessened 9
  10. 10. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Example: Flooding • Take the issue of flooding due to built-up silt in drainage gullies • Today, a city would pay a contractor once or twice a year to go out and empty the gullies  this is expensive and difficult to assess the quality of work done • Connected devices have the potential to save significant sums while improving public safety • A sensor placed in each drainage pot tracking the level of silt build-up allows cities to immediately target gullies that need attention vs. having to wait for annual checks • This saves money, helps mitigate the impact of flooding and allows the whole drainage estate to be maintained in better conditions 10
  11. 11. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com So, what is 5G?Now, what is 5G? 11
  12. 12. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Low Latency is Big Business 3G 4G LTE 5G % Change Average Data Rate 1.5 Mb/s 25 Mb/s 3 Gb/s +12,000% Peak Data Rate 7.2 Mb/s 150 Mb/s 10 Gb/s +6,667% Latency 100 ms 50 ms 1 ms +5,000% Connection Density <2000 users / km2 2,000 users / km2 100,000 users / km2 +5,000% Frequency Up to 2.1 Up to 2.5 Up to 95 +3,800% 12
  13. 13. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Why is this important? 13
  14. 14. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Questions 1. Why are 5th Generation Networks Important to IoT? 2. What technologies well be advanced via the use of 5G? 3. How will 5G impact the every day consumer (YOU)? 14
  15. 15. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Delay Bandwidth Throughput 1 ms 10 ms 1,000 ms 100 ms <1 Mb/s >1 Gb/s1 Mb/s 10 Mb/s 100 Mb/s Disaster Alert Autonomous Vehicles Real Time Gaming Multi-person Calls Augmented Reality Virtual Reality First Responder Connectivity Wireless Cloud Based Office Personal Cloud Video Streaming 15
  16. 16. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Low Latency is Big Business • IoT technology backed by a 5G connection contributes to the bottom line It will reduce costs and increase revenues • The 5G IoT market will grow at more than 50% annually to $6.285 billion by 2025 - Currently just over the $600 million mark • A European Green Paper on M-Health (remote health) estimated savings of 99 billion euros a year - This equates to 7% of EU health spending • PwC survey of 2000+ executives in 26 countries - Potential annual digital revenue growth of 2.9% - Revenue increases of more than 50% over 5 years - Expect average cost savings of 3.5% a year – Equating to $493 billion a year for 5 years 16
  17. 17. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Why is this important? • The problem is, for the average consumer, 5G isn’t that thrilling - We can accomplish almost everything we can imagine with 4G or even 3G connectivity • BUT! For IoT – Without 5G and Edge Computing – Network problems will arise - This means most technological advancements – industry will come first • 5G and Edge Computing are key enablers: - For connecting 20 billion IoT devices - In transferring and processing the huge volumes of data that will be generated • That said, it’s not just about bandwidth 17
  18. 18. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com The Edge. 18
  19. 19. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Questions 1. What are some examples of Edge Computing devices? 2. Do you need 5G for Edge Computing to be successful? 3. How do you monetize this type of technology? 19
  20. 20. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Primer on Edge Computing 20
  21. 21. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Primer on Edge Computing • “The Edge is anything that is close to the users” - Think Apple TV or Alexa, or even servers across the street serving the area • Edge computing brings cloud resources – compute, storage, and networking – closer to applications, devices and users • Keeping things as close to the user as possible relieves the strain on the public cloud • iPhone security and privacy features are a good example of edge computing - They host sensitive biometrics or encryption information on user devices rather than the cloud - This is how Apple avoids responsibility for handling user security information 21
  22. 22. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com 22 AWS DeepLens Primer on Edge Computing • Integrates a 1080p camera with a Linux OS • Software allows machine learning algorithms developed in AWS to be executed directly on the device • Rather than waiting for the device to capture  send to the cloud  wait for a response  then return the response • The intelligence models execute directly on the device • This provides a near-time set of intelligence tools that can be integrated into APIs
  23. 23. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Surface parking lots and street parking The Sensors Precision – 25cm Blocks Updated every 3 seconds Monitor all Zones Loading zones, fire hydrants, no parking zones, bicycle lanes, and more 70-80% In Lost Parking Revenue 90% Of Potential Parking Revenue Not Capitalized
  24. 24. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com 24 Sensor implementations cost less than 0.1% of annual lost revenue and generates $200-650k per sensor. 30% of traffic is caused by drivers searching for parking. The average driver will waste 20 minutes a day or 3 years of their lifetime searching for a parking space. Annual Revenue Potential Per Spot Parking fee per hour - $1.75 3,722 hours (12h x 6 days per week) $6,552 in revenue potential per space, per year Annual Revenue Potential Under Each Sensor 10-30 spaces per sensor $65,000 - $200,000 in parking revenue potential per sensor, per year Annual Revenue Potential at Scale 30-100 spaces per sensor $200,000 - $650,000 in parking revenue per sensor, per year Lost Revenue Currently, between 70-80% of parking fees remain unpaid New Revenue Over 10 Years Lost Revenue Over 10 Years 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  25. 25. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com How does it work? 25
  26. 26. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Questions 1. What are the main limiting factors of 4G LTE? 2. Are all IoT sensors Smart Sensors? 3. What verticals are most impacted by 5G connectivity? 26
  27. 27. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com IoT devices can be as dumb or as smart as you want to make them • In a production plant - Simple sensors might collect and store data and communicate via Wi-fi • In other scenarios IoT sensor data may need to be collected in real-time and need better networks • With current 4G technologies, bandwidth, latency and density requirements are all limiting factors - This would require varied instances and prevent all devices to run at once • The goal with 4G networks is attaining sub 50 millisecond communication - Anything >30 milliseconds will have a negative impact on performance (lag) - 5G could bring this to sub 20 milliseconds 27
  28. 28. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Why the excitement about 5G connectivity? Speed. • 5G and Edge computing grant the ability to process transactions and store data near to the source of the data 4G LTE 5G Average Data Rate 25 Mb/s 3 Gb/s Peak Data Rate 150 Mb/s 10 Gb/s Latency 50 ms 1 ms Connection Density 2,000 users / km2 100,000 users / km2 • 5G provides - Network Slicing - The ability to run different requirements at the same time - The ability to configure and re-configure standard hardware for different tasks 28
  29. 29. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Where 5G will really make a difference… • Different IoT solutions have different network requirements • Autonomous Vehicles and Medical Equipment demand absolute reliability where low latency will be critical - Edge computing is required to make the critical decision about stopping a self-driving car in time 29
  30. 30. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com How Edge Computing will Scale 5G IoT 30
  31. 31. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com Questions 1. How can Edge Computing and 5G IoT help rural communities? 2. If you compute at the device do you still need 5G speeds? 3. What will have a bigger impact in the end: Edge Computing or The Public Cloud? 31
  32. 32. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com How Edge Computing will Scale the Future • Think: +20 billion devices in 2020 - Smart Phones - Connected Wearables - Vehicles - Drones • Suddenly, infrastructure will have to deal with a billion odd devices spread around 10,000 locations • It’s not just about cities… • Edge computing can also be used to bring the next billion online with smaller, more efficient localized servers in rural communities • Over the next 10 years – Edge Computed is predicted to have ten times the impact of what the public cloud has had over the last 10 years - Why? Because it can handle double the scale with many more clients per second 32
  33. 33. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com How Edge Computing will Scale the Future • Edge computing devices – especially IoT devices – depend on network access to the cloud to receive machine learning and complex event processing models • They also need access to send sensor and status data back to the cloud • The number of wireless sensors will continue to grow geometrically • There will be an increase in autonomous vehicles, smart homes, and numerous other high-bandwidth low- latency instances • To support these devices and connectivity: • More bandwidth is needed • Support for more devices on the network is needed • Greater security to protect and manage the data is needed 33
  34. 34. Chiappetta Consulting.IoT and Innovation Solutions www.ChiappettaConsulting.com 34 Funding Opportunities: OCE ENCQOR Support and Access to iPaaS Demonstration Projects (Funded) Talent Edge (Funded) Technology Development Projects (Funded) Ross Bradsen, Director - Business Development & Commercialization Ross.Bradsen@oce-ontario.org or ENCQOR.CA
  35. 35. Thank You!

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