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1Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Big Trends, Practical ImplicationsKent EvansDirector, StruxureWare Offer Ma...
2Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Trends are Tricky“The horse is here to staybut the automobile is onlya nove...
3Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Our discussion todayReview four key technology trends.Share some innovation...
4Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The TrendsBig Data& AnalyticsMobileDevicesCloudComputingInternetof Things
5Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The Common ChallengeTechnology innovationcan be a key driver.(hardware and ...
6Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Big Data& Analytics
7Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013 http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/communications/internet-minute-info...
8Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013“Big” Data●Information that cannot be processed or analyzedusing traditiona...
9Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Big Data = Political Powerhttp://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-11-14/t...
10Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Needles in the Haystackhttp://gigaom.com/2013/03/20/even-the-cia-is-strugg...
11Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Your Next Financial Advisor?http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-04-2...
12Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Get Your “Small” Data Right“Big data! If you don‟thave it, you better gety...
13Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013In Data We Trust“Information is the oilof the 21st century,and analytics i...
14Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013CloudComputing
15Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Cloud-Based CollaborationPoweredby:&
16Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Cloud Pioneer“There‟s no waythat companyexists in a year.”2001Tom Siebel, ...
17Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Beyond “Documents Everywhere”
18Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Internetof Things
19Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The Internet of Thingshttp://blogs.cisco.com/diversity/the-internet-of-thi...
20Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013“...practically every major technology company is in theprocess of develop...
21Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013MobileDevices
22Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The Mobile-splosion50 billiondownloads(5 years)1 billionprofiles(8 years)
23Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Wearable Technology“Technology will be worn into andout of your enterprise...
24Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Softwareinnovation
25Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013StruxureWare SoftwareSustainabilityPlanningAssetManagementBusinessOperatio...
26Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Leadership Positionhttp://www.verdantix.com/index.cfm/papers/Products.Deta...
27Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Trusted Resource
28Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013We Are the “Customer”Some confidential data has been removed.
29Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013We Are the “Customer”Some confidential data has been removed.
30Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013We Are the “Customer”Some confidential data has been removed.
31Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Future InnovationPREDICTIONAlgorithms & ModelsANALYSISDashboards & KPI’sMO...
32Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Research & Development
33Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013PracticalImplications
34Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Key QuestionsIs my company leveraging these trends?(hint: look outside ene...
35Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Key StepsAssessEngageReinforceGrow
36Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Assess Your Organization’s Maturityhttp://www.mzl.com/blog/the-big-data-st...
37Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Engage a Wide(r) Audience
38Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Reinforce Financial Impact & Value
39Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Grow (and enhance) Your Talent Basehttp://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/fea...
40Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Key StepsAssess your organization‟s “energy maturity.”(get your “small dat...
41Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Appendix20+ “Bonus” slidesfor your reference!
42Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Big Data is getting personal
43Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The Peta-Scale World.Handles more than 1 millioncustomer transactions ever...
44Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Cloud-based field data collection
45Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Powerful Analytics, Services
46Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The Internet of Weird Thingshttp://www.infoworld.com/d/networking/25-weird...
47Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Spawning Innovationhttp://www.mckinsey.com/insights/high_tech_telecoms_int...
48Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Where are we headed?Data Centers | Water & WastewaterMetals Mining & Miner...
49Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Wearable technology“...the company is also opening up itsAPI to developers...
50Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Facebook’s Big Data Moves?
51Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Relatively speakinghttp://seradigm.co.nz/2010/07/10/the-data-deluge.html
52Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Delivering for small businesseshttp://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-1...
53Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Code testing code“Humans have largelybeen removed fromthe process...Humans...
54Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013From Xbox to Service-in-an-Xbox
55Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Gamification
56Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Gamification
57Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Wearable technology
58Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Connected Devices
59Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The CIA wrestles with informationhttp://gigaom.com/2013/03/20/even-the-cia...
60Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Controlling Energy is EssentialSource: Unites States Environmental Protect...
61Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Big Data Additional Infohttp://www.ikanow.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/I...
62Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Internet of Thingshttp://www.cisco.com/web/tomorrow-starts-here/connectedn...
63Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Resourceshttp://www.schneider-electric.com/documents/presentation/en/local...
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We are inundated with tech buzz words –cloud computing, big data, predictive analytics. They might be the next “big thing” for your business, if your methods of data capture and manipulation are world-class. This practical session will explore ways you can fully leverage these trends.

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  1. 1. 1Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Big Trends, Practical ImplicationsKent EvansDirector, StruxureWare Offer MarketingTweet Live!#SchneiderXE
  2. 2. 2Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Trends are Tricky“The horse is here to staybut the automobile is onlya novelty – a fad.”1903 – President of MichiganSavings Bank advising Henry Ford‟slawyer to not invest in Ford Motor Co.“There is no reasonanyone would want acomputer in their home.”1977 – Ken Olson, founder of DigitalEquipment Corp., maker of bigbusiness mainframe computers.“The rate of innovation is so high in ourindustry that if you dont innovate at thatspeed you can be replaced pretty quickly."2013 – BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins
  3. 3. 3Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Our discussion todayReview four key technology trends.Share some innovation examples.Key questions to ask, steps to take.
  4. 4. 4Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The TrendsBig Data& AnalyticsMobileDevicesCloudComputingInternetof Things
  5. 5. 5Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The Common ChallengeTechnology innovationcan be a key driver.(hardware and software)
  6. 6. 6Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Big Data& Analytics
  7. 7. 7Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013 http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/communications/internet-minute-infographic.html
  8. 8. 8Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013“Big” Data●Information that cannot be processed or analyzedusing traditional tools & processes●Note: current data is not “small”●Challenge is not just size (volume, velocity, variety)●Rate of generation rising●Percentage being processed dropping●80% of world’s data is unstructured●Over 50% of business leaders do not haveaccess to insights they need to do their job●Most companies just starting to understand●Instrumentation, intelligence & interconnectionhttp://www.amazon.com/Understanding-Big-Data-Enterprise-ebook/dp/B0069QEHOE
  9. 9. 9Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Big Data = Political Powerhttp://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-11-14/the-making-of-a-big-data-president“...Obama campaign had a strategy for not onlyhow data would be collected but how it would beused...[in] 2016, more money will be spent on thedata game than the ground game.”
  10. 10. 10Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Needles in the Haystackhttp://gigaom.com/2013/03/20/even-the-cia-is-struggling-to-deal-with-the-volume-of-real-time-social-data/“...the database ofuseless information is500 million gigabytes,the database of usefulinformation is 5K.Our problem: which 5K?”“...increasing volumes ofdata...from devices andthe growing field of smartmachines and sensors.”“...the latest numbers...35% of the world‟sdigital photographygets put onto Facebook.”
  11. 11. 11Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Your Next Financial Advisor?http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-04-25/big-data-researchers-turn-to-google-to-beat-the-markets“Time to fire yourportfolio manager?„Big data‟ researchershave found that miningGoogle search termsand plugging that datainto an investmentstrategy outperformedall but the world‟sgreatest stock pickersover an eight-yearstretch...”
  12. 12. 12Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Get Your “Small” Data Right“Big data! If you don‟thave it, you better getyourself some...If yourdata is little, your rivalsare going to kick sand inyour face and steal yourgirlfriend...”“The important thing isgathering the right data,not gathering somearbitrary quantity of it.”http://qz.com/81661/most-data-isnt-big-and-businesses-are-wasting-money-pretending-it-is/
  13. 13. 13Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013In Data We Trust“Information is the oilof the 21st century,and analytics is thecombustion engine.”Peter SondergaardSVP – Gartner“Torture the data,and it will confessto anything.”Ronald CoaseNobel Prize Laureate, Economics“If we have data, let‟s look at data. If all wehave are opinions, let‟s go with mine.”Jim BarksdaleFormer Netscape CEO
  14. 14. 14Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013CloudComputing
  15. 15. 15Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Cloud-Based CollaborationPoweredby:&
  16. 16. 16Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Cloud Pioneer“There‟s no waythat companyexists in a year.”2001Tom Siebel, FounderSiebel Systems“The cloud servicescompanies of all sizes…the cloud is for everyone.The cloud is a democracy.”2010Marc Benioff, CEOSalesforce.com
  17. 17. 17Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Beyond “Documents Everywhere”
  18. 18. 18Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Internetof Things
  19. 19. 19Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The Internet of Thingshttp://blogs.cisco.com/diversity/the-internet-of-things-infographic/
  20. 20. 20Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013“...practically every major technology company is in theprocess of developing an „IoT‟ product; a number of universitieshave launched big R&D programs; the EU is funding a massiveInternet of Things Initiative; and China has identified „IoT‟ as atechnology of national priority.”http://www.accenture.com/us-en/outlook/Pages/outlook-journal-2012-toasters-refrigerators-internet-things.aspxBeware of the Hype“So is this old wine in a new bottle? Or is this renewed interestbased on some major new technological breakthrough?As it turns out, it‟s neither.”“IoT is a concept, not a single technology.”
  21. 21. 21Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013MobileDevices
  22. 22. 22Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The Mobile-splosion50 billiondownloads(5 years)1 billionprofiles(8 years)
  23. 23. 23Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Wearable Technology“Technology will be worn into andout of your enterprise.”2012 – Gartner – Top Technology Trends for 2013 and Beyond
  24. 24. 24Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Softwareinnovation
  25. 25. 25Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013StruxureWare SoftwareSustainabilityPlanningAssetManagementBusinessOperationEnergyManagementProcessControlSecurityPowerAvailabilityIntegrated software applications from “shop floor to top floor”!Manage sustainability strategy.Better visibility = better decision making.Analyze operational trends.Better visibility = efficiency improvements.Control facility performance.Better visibility = fewer problems.ControlOperationsEnterprise
  26. 26. 26Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Leadership Positionhttp://www.verdantix.com/index.cfm/papers/Products.Details/product_id/480/green-quadrant-energy-management-software-global-2013/
  27. 27. 27Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Trusted Resource
  28. 28. 28Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013We Are the “Customer”Some confidential data has been removed.
  29. 29. 29Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013We Are the “Customer”Some confidential data has been removed.
  30. 30. 30Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013We Are the “Customer”Some confidential data has been removed.
  31. 31. 31Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Future InnovationPREDICTIONAlgorithms & ModelsANALYSISDashboards & KPI’sMONITORINGDevices & NetworksGreater value throughmore advancedsoftware technology
  32. 32. 32Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Research & Development
  33. 33. 33Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013PracticalImplications
  34. 34. 34Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Key QuestionsIs my company leveraging these trends?(hint: look outside energy)Are our systems flexible and agile?(hint: they need to be)How will I convince my CFO to fund “this”?(hint: build in measurement/verification)(second hint: it‟s beyond finance)What is our risk tolerance for things like “cloud”?(hint: real concern, but also smokescreen)
  35. 35. 35Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Key StepsAssessEngageReinforceGrow
  36. 36. 36Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Assess Your Organization’s Maturityhttp://www.mzl.com/blog/the-big-data-story/http://www.schneider-electric.com/documents/support/white-papers/struxureware-998-1192983-GMA-GB.pdf
  37. 37. 37Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Engage a Wide(r) Audience
  38. 38. 38Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Reinforce Financial Impact & Value
  39. 39. 39Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Grow (and enhance) Your Talent Basehttp://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/features/2012/mar12/03-05CloudComputingJobs.aspx
  40. 40. 40Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Key StepsAssess your organization‟s “energy maturity.”(get your “small data” house in order)Engage a wide(r) audience of stakeholders.(visibility, transparency, internal, external)Reinforce the financial impact & value.(ROI extends beyond cost savings)Grow (and enhance) your talent pool.(data analytics roles skyrocketing)
  41. 41. 41Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Appendix20+ “Bonus” slidesfor your reference!
  42. 42. 42Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Big Data is getting personal
  43. 43. 43Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The Peta-Scale World.Handles more than 1 millioncustomer transactions everyhour, which is imported intodatabases estimated to containmore than 2.5 petabytes of data.Google processes 20 petabytes(every day).Globally, data centers consume asmuch energy as Sweden.http://mozy.com/blog/misc/how-much-is-a-petabyte/
  44. 44. 44Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Cloud-based field data collection
  45. 45. 45Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Powerful Analytics, Services
  46. 46. 46Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The Internet of Weird Thingshttp://www.infoworld.com/d/networking/25-weirdest-things-in-the-internet-of-things-217398
  47. 47. 47Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Spawning Innovationhttp://www.mckinsey.com/insights/high_tech_telecoms_internet/the_internet_of_things“More objects are becoming embedded with sensors and gainingthe ability to communicate. The resulting information networkspromise to create new business models, improve businessprocesses, and reduce costs and risks.”“Precision farming equipment can take into account crop conditionsand spread extra fertilizer on areas that need more nutrients.”“Billboards in Japan peer back at passersby and instantly changedisplayed messages based on the viewer‟s profile.”
  48. 48. 48Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Where are we headed?Data Centers | Water & WastewaterMetals Mining & Minerals | BuildingsRetail | Grid | Oil & Gas | HealthcareAcross allfacility typesand segmentsAcross alldomains andresourcesPower | ProcessInformation TechnologyBuilding | SecurityCarbon | Water | WasteForecastingand ModelingScenario PlanningRegulatory AnalysisRisk ManagementPrice ModelingSupply Chain OptimizationStruxureWare addresses all segments/domains and can help you plan for the future.
  49. 49. 49Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Wearable technology“...the company is also opening up itsAPI to developers so that they can useJawbone stats in their applications...”
  50. 50. 50Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Facebook’s Big Data Moves?
  51. 51. 51Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Relatively speakinghttp://seradigm.co.nz/2010/07/10/the-data-deluge.html
  52. 52. 52Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Delivering for small businesseshttp://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-12-20/data-analysis-helps-h-dot-bloom-improve-flower-delivery“H.Bloom‟s softwaremanages inventory down tothe stem and uses real-timedata analysis to purchase avariety of red rose that‟s 2¢cheaper than others [or] toflag a supplier that‟s beensending too many damagedflowers.”“...only 2% of inventorygoes to waste.”
  53. 53. 53Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Code testing code“Humans have largelybeen removed fromthe process...Humans slow youdown.”Kevin ScottSVP Engineering, LinkedInhttp://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-04-29/linkedin-a-story-about-silicon-valleys-possibly-unhealthy-need-for-speed
  54. 54. 54Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013From Xbox to Service-in-an-Xbox
  55. 55. 55Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Gamification
  56. 56. 56Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Gamification
  57. 57. 57Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Wearable technology
  58. 58. 58Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Connected Devices
  59. 59. 59Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013The CIA wrestles with informationhttp://gigaom.com/2013/03/20/even-the-cia-is-struggling-to-deal-with-the-volume-of-real-time-social-data/“...the database of useless information is 500million gigabytes, the database of usefulinformation is 5K. Our problem is, which 5K?”“Our belief: Big Data democracy wins. Thegoal we have is I have to be able to get thepower of Big Data and the analytics into thehands of the average user.”“The only way that the real value is going to berealized...is when everybody has access to atool and the data in order to get their jobsdone and they don‟t have to worry about it.Tomorrow what we want are really elegant,easy-to-use tools, the machines to do theheavy-lifting, and we want to get out of simplethings like „search‟: search is so broken in thispeta-scale world that we‟re talking about.”The CIA‟s Four Big Bets.1) It‟s all about Big Data. Take advantageof the streams.2) Execute efficiently. More outcomes inless time.3) Share better. Act better as anintelligence community.4) It‟s all about people. We must have theright talent.“...rely on understanding and interpretingincreasing volumes of data, not just fromhuman beings and the vast quantities of socialdata from Facebook, Twitter or YouTube, butalso from devices and the growing field ofsmart machines and sensors.”“That is, I think, one of the predominantproblems of Big Data in the world: how do youfind a signal in ever-increasing seas of noise.”“...the latest numbers show that roughly 35%of all the world‟s digital photography getsput onto Facebook.”
  60. 60. 60Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Controlling Energy is EssentialSource: Unites States Environmental Protection Agency website.“The annual energy bill torun U.S. primary andsecondary schools is astaggering $6 billion –more than is spent ontextbooks and computerscombined.”“Commercial andindustrial energy usein the U.S. costs about$200 billion annuallyand creates nearly50% of our GHGfootprint.”“Health care organizations spend $6.5 billion onenergy annually. Every dollar a nonprofit hospitalsaves on energy equals $20 of new revenue.”
  61. 61. 61Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Big Data Additional Infohttp://www.ikanow.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/IKANOW-Understanding-Big-Data.jpghttp://thehealthcareblog.com/files/2012/04/Text100-Xerox-HealthcareBN19215.jpghttp://readwrite.com/2011/07/26/big-data-by-sector-infographichttp://www.forbes.com/sites/davefeinleib/2012/07/19/what-you-need-to-know-about-hortonworks-splunk-and-28-other-big-data-companies/http://awesome.good.is/transparency/web/1009/the-world-of-data/flat.htmlhttp://www.rackspace.com/blog/data-storage-metrics-compared-to-real-objects/http://www.asigra.com/blog/big-data-infographic-what-big-datahttp://blogs.sap.com/innovation/big-data/make-intelligent-decisions-with-big-data-infographic-027213http://www.techamericafoundation.org/content/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/SAP_INFOGRAPHIC_BIG-DATA_Final11.pdfhttp://readwrite.com/2011/04/02/data-defined-infographic
  62. 62. 62Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Internet of Thingshttp://www.cisco.com/web/tomorrow-starts-here/connectednetworks/preview.htmlhttp://download.intel.com/newsroom/kits/40thanniversary/pdfs/Its_a_Smart_World_infographic.pdfhttp://www.zdnet.com/uk/mobile-big-data-cloud-m2m-7000015484/http://postscapes.com/infographic-intel-internet-of-things
  63. 63. 63Schneider Electric – Xperience Efficiency 2013Resourceshttp://www.schneider-electric.com/documents/presentation/en/local/2013/04/strategy-and-sustainable-highlights-2012-2013.pdfhttp://www.schneider-electric.com/documents/support/white-papers/struxureware-998-1192983-GMA-GB.pdf

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