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Yves Caseau,
EVP, New Products & Innovation
October 15th, 2013
V0.1
Building the Digital Home Ecosystem &
Delivering Value...
2 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013
FROM TELECOMMUNICATION TO DIGITAL LIFE
 The telecommunication ...
3 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013
DIGITAL LIFE WORKS BETTER WITH AN OPERATOR 
 Simplify
 Plugg...
4 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013
FROM SERVICE TO BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION
 Platform Model
 At...
5 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013
SMART HOME : MORE COMFORT, CONTROL AND
EFFICIENCY THROUGH NEW D...
6 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013
STEP-BY-STEP CONSTRUCTION OF
DIGITAL HOME SERVICES ECOSYSTEM
Co...
7 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013
SMART HOMES TAKE CARE OF YOU …
Stories Context Web of Things
Op...
8 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013
A CONFEDERATION OF OPEN ECOSYSTEMS
Few apps,
no traction
Entert...
9 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013
Open ecosystem requires standardized
architecture, interfaces a...
10 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013
 « Zero clicks services »
 Based on « context » (presence, l...
11 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013
CONCLUSION
 Digital Homes start with connected objects
 Stri...
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  1. 1. Yves Caseau, EVP, New Products & Innovation October 15th, 2013 V0.1 Building the Digital Home Ecosystem & Delivering Value to the Customer
  2. 2. 2 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013 FROM TELECOMMUNICATION TO DIGITAL LIFE  The telecommunication business model is not sustainable for small operators  Revenues are declining, telecommunications are a commodity  Costs are stable at best, because of data usage explosion  The smartphone has become the remote control for our digital life  Everyone has a smartphone  Touch screens are user-friendly  « Smart » is more than a remote control   Context (e.g. presence detection)  Learning / Coaching  System (global) vision  “Smart objects talk to one another ” (O. Ezratty)
  3. 3. 3 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013 DIGITAL LIFE WORKS BETTER WITH AN OPERATOR   Simplify  Plugging and maintaining the home network is still a hard job  Maintaining connected objects (power reset, Wifi reset, …) Digital Swiss-Army Knife: • Wifi • DLNA, … CARE Agent • FW download • Dynamic monitoring Proactive • reboot • data collection • remote tests System of agents • check status/ connectivity • 3G alerts ! Any device with open OS • localized (cf. SONOS) May invoke CARE agent for diagnosis & repair Source:IBM  Assist  Last resort : self-assistance is preferred  Still, many digital life experience would be easier if assistance were available  System thinking & instrumenting is required → Build a “smart home network”   Explain, Educate  Most of our customers do not realize the potential of what is available today: cloud services, connected devices, and the combination thereof
  4. 4. 4 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013 FROM SERVICE TO BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION  Platform Model  Attract innovation from outside players  Build service assets (hardware & software) that others will leverage  Build API (interfaces)  From « i-mode »™ to « h-mode »  Showcase other brands !  Portal strategy : B-domo example  Build usage before value  How to ?  Open software – Web culture  « Product culture » - value comes from incremental sales of accessories  “Home Appstore” model
  5. 5. 5 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013 SMART HOME : MORE COMFORT, CONTROL AND EFFICIENCY THROUGH NEW DIGITAL SERVICES Houses are becoming « smart » by adding connected objects and services Home automation (comfort, simplicity, efficience) Communication & Media Service operators Energy Management Security E-Health …  Open ecosystem  Customers pick their own products and service brands Surveillance Others Temperature setup & monitoring Plug & appliances control Smoke detectors Air quality …
  6. 6. 6 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013 STEP-BY-STEP CONSTRUCTION OF DIGITAL HOME SERVICES ECOSYSTEM Connected Devices & Sensors Home Network: objects communicate with one another HSM: interoperability through a common language Home AppStore Rules  « Calm Computing »  Invisible  System learns about the user, not the opposite !  Switch-off at any time The « Smart Home » vision will be deployed gradually through a maturity model  « Maslow Pyramid » structure: each step is required for the next one  No « killer app », a « long tail » of comfort apps  Home Service Model (Home as a computing platform)  Smartphone is the key enabler : control at your fingertips
  7. 7. 7 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013 SMART HOMES TAKE CARE OF YOU … Stories Context Web of Things Operator’s added value Dependent Care Home Surveillance Home Monitoring Home Automation Energy controlEnergy coaching System & Care Scenarios (Life Moments), not capabilities Product culture Peace of Mind More Free Time, Less Effort Stay in touch Spend Less
  8. 8. 8 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013 A CONFEDERATION OF OPEN ECOSYSTEMS Few apps, no traction Entertainment Automation Security ? Legitimate Ecosystem ambition System of screens: Home User Interface ! Missed opportunites « iHome  » AppStore Complete Home as a Computing Platform  Great Apps ! Confederation firewall protection Enriched automation Enriched Control Homeservicebus
  9. 9. 9 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013 Open ecosystem requires standardized architecture, interfaces and software components THE HEART OF THE SMART HOME IS A HOME SERVER Moore’s Law consequence: Home Gateway becomes Home Server Plateform Validation / Provisioning HSM I need an open, standard and “fun” SDK SDK App Developer OSGI Bbox Digital Home Service Domains Communi cation Energy Management MediaSecurityHealth Automation
  10. 10. 10 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013  « Zero clicks services »  Based on « context » (presence, localization, sensors, …)  Based on anticipation/forecast (schedule, Web services, ...)  Based on machine learning (Big Data)  From “Touch Rules” (Home Automation scenarios)  … To “Context Rules” that leverage “intent knowledge”  Better than “If This Then That”   Time x Location x What x Intent → WebBot x Alert / Action Sensors, usage logs Schedule, Todo lists, … Platform model  YOUR SMART HOME KNOWS ABOUT YOU 
  11. 11. 11 / 11Smart Homes – Amsterdam – Yves CASEAU – October 2013 CONCLUSION  Digital Homes start with connected objects  Strive for repetitive usage and organic growth  Viral adoption  Operator’s role is to build a platform  No killer apps, since market is segmented (long tail) → Appstore required  Home Service Model  Calm Digital Homes  Invisible  Learn from the user, no training required  May be controlled or disabled with one click

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