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Internet of things-Introduction

  1. Internet of Things Where the Web and the physical world meet. Seminar by, Nirnay M Banagar
  2. Introduction • The term Internet of Things was first coined by Kevin Ashton in 1999 in the context of supply chain management. • IoT is defined as- physical and virtual objects that have unique identities and are connected to the internet to facilitate intelligent applications that make energy, logistics, industrial control, retail, agriculture and many other domains "smarter".
  3. •Dynamic and Self-Adapting •Self Configuring •Interoperable Communication •Unique Identity •Integrated in Information Network Characteristics of IoT
  4. What do we use mobile for? •Call •Message •Manage Calendar •Music •Watch Videos •Play Games •Read books •Social Media (Facebook, Twitter……)
  5. What can it be used for? •Search things (vehicle key, house key…..) •Monitor things (heartbeat, pets movement) •Manage things •Control things (home appliances) •Find a parking spot in the market •Know your vehicle’s condition •Find your friends/family members in a Mall, crowded place
  6. The Tile App •Attach tile to an object •Track the object using mobile •If tile is lost, notify as “lost “to the tile Community any user passing by sends the location to the user mobile.
  7. IoT Architecture 3 Layer Architecture 5 Layer Architecture
  8. Elements of IoT What enables IoT? •Affordable sensors •Object tagging •Wireless Communication •Broadband
  9. Applications of IoT •Home Automation a) Smart Appliances b) Intrusion Detection •Smart Cities a) Smart Parking b) Smart Roads •Monitoring Environment a) Weather Monitoring b) Air pollution Monitoring c) Forest fire Detection •Retail a) Inventory Management b) Smart payments •Logistics a) Route Generation & Scheduling b) Fleet Tracking •Agriculture
  10. Remote Vehicle Diagnostics
  11. Informed Manufacturing Plant
  12. Connected Supply Chain
  13. Remote Asset Monitoring
  14. Technologies Enabling IoT •Communication a) RFID b) NFC c) Bluetooth d) WiFi e) IPv4 and IPv6 •Hardware a) WSN (Wireless Sensor Network) b) Wireless SoC (System on chip) •Software a) Riot OS •Cloud Services a) ThingWorx b) EVRTHNG
  15. Advantages & Disadvantages of IoT Advantages Disadvantages Automation leads to better monitoring of devices. Loss of privacy and security. Efficient and saves time. Compatibility. Saves money. Complexity. Better quality of life. Lesser employment of staff. Technology takes control of life.
  16. Case Study Goldcorp’s Éléonore: Internet of Things Enables the Mine of the Future Today. Business Challenge: Safeguard Workers, Maximize Efficiency. a) Remote and rugged landscape of northern Canada, like a lonely city b) More than 1,000 people mining beneath the frigid soil c) Committed to responsible mining practices and maintaining maximum safety for its workers, at the same time improve efficiency, life of assets and control costs.
  17. Solution: Build the Connected Mine. a) With Cisco, Goldcorp can manage its communications and mining operations on one multiservice, secure IP network. b) enables the firm to track people and equipment at all times. c) intelligent ventilation system to conserve energy and improve airflow using automated fans. Business Results: A Safer, More Profitable Operation. a) Dramatically improved efficiency of operations. b) Cutting ventilation requirements by 50 percent translates into immediate cost reduction. c) Gained greater visibility enabling faster decision making and better safety.

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