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  • MAKE IOT IDEAS HAPPEN

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    Facts about the Internet of Things

    The majority of people (87%) have not heard of the term

    Internet of ThingsAccenture

    Connections PeopleThings

    This year, we will have 4.9 billion things connected

    to the internetGartner

    By 2020, the number of Internet-connected things

    will reach 50 billionCisco

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    What exactly is the Internet of Things?Internet of Things is driven by a combination of 3 entities

    Our world slowly but surely becomes a digital nervous system

    full of sensors...

    Connectivity People & processes

    Sensors

    the analog sensor in- & outputs are digitized and placed onto

    networks (.io)...

    and integrated in processes to make better decisions, even

    autonomously

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    Sensors & actuatorsLocation data using GPS sensors

    Eyes and ears using cameras and microphones

    Sensors that can measure everything from temperature to pressure changes

    Source: Postscapes and Harbor Research

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    Connectivity

    The sensor in & outputs are digitized and placed onto networks (.io)

    Lots of small data packages are transmitted

    New types of WAN networks are needed: Long Range Low Battery power networks like LoRa, Sigfox, etc

    New types of PAN networks are needed: Zigbee, Z-wave, BLE, etc

    New internet protocols needed: MQTT, CoAP, etc

    Source: Postscapes and Harbor Research

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    People & processesTwo-way communication systems

    that integrate data, people, processes and systems

    for better decision making

    Source: Postscapes and Harbor Research

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    The interactions between these entities are creating new types of smart applications and servicesStarting with popular connected devices already on the market

    Sensors, Connectivity,People & processes

    Source: Postscapes and Harbor Research

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    and quickly advancing to diverse applications

    Source: Postscapes and Harbor Research

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    Things get interesting when connected devices start creating compound applications within their own verticals and across industries

    Source: Postscapes and Harbor Research

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    Example Transport & Smart Cities

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    Example Healthcare & Smart Home

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    $0,5trillion

    Big Data2015

    $125 billion

    Internet of Things

    2025

    The impact of IoT applications

    Wearables2025

    $70 billion

    Mobile apps2016

    $77 billion

    Cloud Computing2018

    $205 billion

    * McKinsey reports 2010 - 2015

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    IoT impactBy 2020, IoT will impact close to 6%

    of the $100T global economy ATKearney

    Direct increase in output per unit of cost, enabled by IoT

    and reinvested in productive assets and activities

    Productivity improvements

    $1.7T

    Revenue redistributed

    $3.4T

    Value to end customers

    $164B

    Revenues directly attributable to sale of

    IoT hardware, software, and services

    Direct reduction in costs driven by IoT and realized by end

    customers

    Additional IoT

    revenues$370B

    Revenues realized within the world economy that will potentially move from one player to another with no

    net increase in total economy

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    Currently less than 0.1%

    of all the devices that could be connected to the Internet,

    are connected to the Internet

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    IOT & SustainabilityEnd of life household appliances and consumer electronics, still have a recycling value of $390B each year. IoT active & passive tracking can recapture $56BProject Mainstream: Ellen MacArthur Foundation, McKinsey

    The world cannot supply enough batteries for 50 billion devices. We will need new ways to power devices. For example the heating of a seat can power a deviceJan-Willem Smeenk M2M4ALL

    To rebuild healthcare in a sustainable way it has to be rebuilt from the ground moving the point of care from costly hospitals to the patients home. Individualised care is coming and IoT will play a big role in it.Fjord trends report 2016

    Your house has 20 devices that are constantly working, and there is no need to. About 10% of household electricity is wasted this way.http://standby.lbl.gov/summary-table.html

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    Solution: A smart plug+ AllThingsTalk Cloud

    Connectivity to the Internet

    Measurement of consumption

    Switching on and off power over distance

    Set rules on AllThingsTalk Cloud to automate

    20 savings each year per plug

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    Thank you for your time