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  1. 1. Web ² The Internet of everything Café numérique Liège| 06/02/2013 | André Blavier @awtbe
  2. 2. 7+ Billion People Constrained Technology Living Longer Resources Ubiquity Human Relocation Social Mobility of Capital Reform Adapted from Gartner
  3. 3. Major ICT trends Web² / mobile Cloud Real and virtual worlds A universal platform for are going to merge online services Programmable Web Social Big data Empowerment. A new The new power distribution of roles of data and analytics http://www.awt.be/web/dem/index.aspx?page=dem,fr,foc,100,087
  4. 4. Technology trends (1) Media tablets Near Field Communication • Handheld devices optimized for • Short-range wireless media consumption. communications that can interact • Makes consumption effortless and with passive devices. encourages simplicity and content • Contactless authentication, sharing in customer-facing payments, access control, identity, situations. etc. • Investigate potential opportunities • Potential opportunities and and re-evaluate existing application monitor customer-facing scenarios. interfaces. • New services but challenges • Tablet deployment can no longer be existing credit card infrastructure. prevented. Take action to manage. Adapted from Gartner
  5. 5. Technology trends (2) Augmented reality New User Interfaces • Overlaying relevant digital • New input and display information on a view of the real technologies highlight the world. restrictions of existing paradigms. • Growing power of mobile devices • The keyboard remains a barrier. with integrated sensors. Ideal Reconceptualize user interface platform for further deployment. designs as part of the total user • Integrated into the information experience. NUI. architectures and future products • More productive and engaging and services. interaction. • Kind of "sphere of context" around • New ability of computers to items to develop an ongoing understand language, infer context relationship. and provide answers. • Virtual assistants. Adapted from Gartner
  6. 6. Technology trends (3) Big Data Internet of Things • Popular term for the future issues • More than 50 billion devices, rising in extreme information to more than 200 billion by 2015. management. Volume, velocity, • New information on which to make variety and complexity. better decisions, but requiring • Removes current constraints and better analytics and information opens up new public data sources. management. • Architectural challenges and • Integrated into the information ensure decision making evolves to architectures and future products use new information. and services. • Analytics. Increased insight, more • Kind of "sphere of context" around accurate forecasts and better items to develop an ongoing ability to identify and exploit relationship. trends. Adapted from Gartner
  7. 7. Technology trends (4) 3D printing Robotics … and more • Devices to create one-off and • Mobile task-oriented devices and customized pieces onsite. ability to project and control a • Price reductions and wide range of remote presence. advanced materials open up new • New flexibility and greater opportunities for low-volume collaboration and engagement. fabrication and prototyping. • Sensors. • On-site manufacturing could • Genomics. transform logistics and enable • Human Augmentation. exciting new business models. • Sustainability. • And … Adapted from Gartner
  8. 8. The Six M’s … mobile and IOT 1. Movement. Escaping the fixed place. 2. Moment. Expanding the concept of time. 3. Me. Expressing oneself and personalising the phone. 4. Multiuser. Extending one's self to one's community. 5. Money. Expending financial resources. 6. Machines. Empowering devices, gadgets and automation. Source : Tomi T Ahonen. http://communities-dominate.blogs.com
  9. 9. Movement • Mobile and carbon footprint. Location based mobile service that tracks how your mobile phone moves. • If it moves at walking speeds, you are walking and not creating a carbon footprint. Same for bicycling. • If you move at the speed of traffic, you're in a car or taxi, and your carbon footprint is charged. • It knows if the travel pattern is stop-and-go on bus routes or train routes, and charges you less as you share the costs travelling by public transportation.
  10. 10. Moment • Your flowers say : we need water ! • AgriHouse offers the latest in communications beyond the human race : your houseplants! A device attached to the plant will send SMS to you when the plant needs to be watered. • Great application of “IT for green”.
  11. 11. www.koubachi.com Koubachi revolutionizes the way objects and things in your household are communicating with you. They want to identify the potential of Smart Objects and create new possibilities of use, new services, and a simpler yet more powerful user experience. Koubachi accurately determines the vitality of your plant and sends you a notification with precise care advice at the right time.
  12. 12. Machines / M2M • The WiFi Body Scale. • Automatically transmit your weight to your iOS device. It also graphs your weight, BMI, and lean and fat mass so you can access it from your SmartPhone or web browser at any time.
  13. 13. Devices … not only phones Adapted from Forrester
  14. 14. Devices … not only phones
  15. 15. Mobile for new interactions Vocal recognition Intelligent agents • Commands trough natural language (NUI) • Payments, ticketing, access control, P2P transactions Near Field Communication (NFC) • Security (NUI) Biometrics • Gestual control (NUI) 3D cameras 3D displays • Augmented reality High resolution • Media / games / commerce consumption Second Screen • Content screening • Local intelligence Accelerometers • Dynamic and contextual information. More than only Sensors simple geolocation : speed, floor, pollution, traffic, Gyroscopes environment, etc. • Segmentation et personalization for services Adapted from Forrester
  16. 16. Mobile tags show us the future It is interesting to examine the uses associated with tags mobile, as they will be taken up and further developed with NFC and augmented reality.
  17. 17. NFC … and the Internet of things Near field communication (NFC) is a short-range wireless technologies (requiring a distance of 4 cm or less). NFC involves an initiator and a target. The initiator actively generates an RF field that empower a passive target.
  18. 18. cherryonthebag.com Microchip containing a digital certificate combined with an NFC antenna in each bag. This enables to check the authenticity of the bag instantaneously, by simply scanning it with an NFC smartphone.
  19. 19. IPv6 (Internet Protocol 6) Will replace IPv4 (all available addresses are used). With IPv6, it will be possible to give an IP address to any object in the world. IPv4 : XXX. XXX. XXX. XXX IPv6 : XXX.XXX.XXX. XXX. XXX. XXX
  20. 20. www.keyzee.eu A car is stopped 92% of the time. That is why Volkswagen has launched a partnership with Keyzee to propose the dematerialization of the keys. Thanks to a smartphone, everyone can allow access to his car to a friend, colleague, …
  21. 21. Country-wide rainfall maps from cellular communication networks • Accurate surface precipitation measurements are crucial for water resources management. But the majority of the surface of the earth lacks such data. • A solution could be to use received signal level data from the microwave links used in commercial cellular communication networks. Along such links, radio signals propagate from a transmitting antenna at one base station to a receiving antenna at another base station … • Rainfalls can be measured from the signal’s attenuation between transmitter and receiver. http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2013/01/29/1217961110.full.pdf+html
  22. 22. Just a word about e-commerce E-commerce doesn’t exist ;-) Long live connected commerce
  23. 23. In-store : At home : • Bar code scanning • Coupons • Coupons • How-to videos • Consumer reviews • In-store inventory • In-store navigation • Research tools • Shopping lists • Shopping list build (weddings, etc.) • Store hours • Loyalty • Store location • Promotions • Virtual products Competitor store : • Coupons • In-store inventory • Nearest store • Pricing • Promotions
  24. 24. Connected retail http://vimeo.com/29372569
  25. 25. Digital In Store Connected commerce Source : http://www.keyrus.fr
  26. 26. API API API API API User Web server Web platform API Cloud, API, mobile & apps, Open/Big Data, Chrome, HTML5, tablets, IOT Programmable Web Co-creation, social, mobile, AJAX, CSS, XML, RSS, tags, blogs, Wiki Web 2.0 Dynamic pages, e-commerce, Ads, CMS, Flash, CSS, search, Firefox Dynamic Web 1.5 Static HTML pages, (bad) JavaScript, first browsers Static Web 1.0
  27. 27. The challenges of Big Data • Making information more transparent. In the public sector in particular, making data more accessible will significantly reduce searching and processing time. • Segmenting target audiences to customize the offer. Data volumes allow more segmentation and tailored services matching the most specific needs of customers. • Better decision making with algorithms. Significantly improve decision making. Minimize risk-taking. Identify information with high added value. • New business models. Using data from crowdsourcing to improve product development and to create innovative services.
  28. 28. Internet of Things … or • Internet of People. Self quantification. Health. Fitness. Children and old people monitoring. Narcissification. • Internet of Energy. Smart grids. Household and home automation. Security. • Internet of Industry. 3D Printing. Connected commerce. Robotics. M2M. • Internet of Data. Analytics. Crowdsourcing and big data. Sensors. • … Internet of whatever you want !
  29. 29. Web². The Quantified Self • Apps and interactive personal gadgets / objects. • We will be able to measure the quality of our sleep, the steps we take in a day, how many calories we consume, etc. Health will be a big target. • Natural User Interface (NUI). Success will depend on the simplicity of the systems and interfaces. • Smart clothing. For example shoes that have embedded sensors to track your activity and tell you when you need a new pair. • Big Data. The main objective is to provide a bigger and “quantifiable” picture of our actions and our life.
  30. 30. jawbone.com/up UP™ is a system that takes a holistic approach to a healthy lifestyle. The wristband tracks your movement and sleep in the background. The app displays your data, lets you add things like meals and mood, and delivers insights that keep you moving forward.
  31. 31. www.fitbit.com
  32. 32. The “disappearing" interface Motivation Motivation Motivation Motivation Data resolution Data resolution Data resolution Data resolution Adapted from @rafigaro & http://open.sen.se
  33. 33. Temporary tattoo to measure metabolic stress A medical sensor attached to the skin like a temporary tattoo could make it easier for doctors to detect metabolic problems in patients and for coaches to fine-tune athletes’ training routines. The entire sensor comes in a thin, flexible package shaped like a smiley face. http://www.news.utoronto.ca/temporary-tattoo-measures-metabolic-stress
  34. 34. Web². Internet of Data • At the intersection of Big Data and Open Data, we will see the emergence of "Data as a Service" (DaaS). • Large-scale deployment of new online services accessible to a large number of people, providing, on demand, aggregations of raw, quantitative or personal data, making it easier for companies to understand specific phenomena and anticipate new market trends. • For example, will the sales of a product be affected by extreme weather?
  35. 35. www.qunb.com Finalist at the startups competition at LeWeb 2012 (IoT), Qunb is a DaaS aggregation platform where it is possible to interact and cross different data sources. Described as the "YouTube" of data, it allows users to “consume“ specific data and to see them in the most accurate format.
  36. 36. Web². Internet of industry • 3D printing could cause a new industrial revolution. • We are surrounded by manufactured goods, mostly products of the industry, which has undergone many changes during the last century … • But the “factory” concept is now changing. Manufacturing becomes digital. And from the moment an industry embraces digital, it changes deeply, as we have already seen for the distribution or the media. The biggest change is not how things are done, but who makes them. • If we can do something on a classical computer, then anyone can do it. This is exactly what is being observed now for the industry.
  37. 37. www.shapeways.com Shapeways.com is the world's leading 3D Printing marketplace and community. They harness 3D Printing to help everyone make and share designs with the world, making product design more accessible, personal, and inspiring.
  38. 38. Web². Internet of Energy • Smart grids // personal management of energy. • The next stage in the Internet revolution ? • In parallel of the “classic” Internet and mobile revolution, another revolution on a similar scale is taking place in the world of energy, with the advent of “smart grids”, intelligent networks that use information technology to optimize the production, distribution and consumption of electricity.
  39. 39. The new electric grid Michael Hsieh via www.technoark.ch
  40. 40. www.simpleenergy.com A new way for people to save energy that is social, fun and simple. Online platform that helps users understand their energy use with actionable insights, that scores them against their Facebook friends and that rewards them with real prizes. Facilitates both smart grid rollouts and energy efficiency even in the absence of smart grid meters.
  41. 41. www.actility.com ThingPark offers standards-based core infrastructure components and software that enable mass scale deployment of Internet of Things (M2M) applications. Open ecosystem addressing vertical markets and custom uses cases through third party M2M applications.
  42. 42. Web². Internet of the body • Human augmentation ? • The Internet of the body is still at his premices. But the promises in the field of prevention and healthcare are enormous. Would you change your eating habits if you know your cholesterol levels in real time? What diseases can be detected as soon as they start an intervention for the quickest possible? • But big questions remain to be see how far we collectively accept to become continuously monitored.
  43. 43. Connected babies A group of students from the Brigham Youth University (USA), have found a very simple way to offer a better sleep to young parents anxious about the idea of ​the sudden death of their child. It’s a small “online” sock which transmits the vital parameters to a mobile application (heart rate and oxygen levels in the blood) and generates an alert when something anormal happens. http://owletcare.com
  44. 44. Web². Internet of the body • Touching. Through vibrations, new touchscreens will simulate on smartphones the same physical sensations as those experienced in contact with an object. • Hearing. Through sensors, crowdsourced sounds and specific algorithms, computers will be able to detect and interpret important sounds in a given environment. • Smell. Thanks to sensors, smartphones will be able to identify the chemical composition of a smell and, for example, trigger a particular action, such as preventing a disease by analyzing the air we expire. • View. Computers will be able to identify an object, without human intervention, especially by comparison to "Big Data" images. • Taste. Computers will experience the favorite tastes of a person, identify his nutritional needs and provide recommendations for the choice of a regime.
  45. 45. IBM 5 in 5 : Touch
  46. 46. IBM 5 in 5 : Sight
  47. 47. IBM 5 in 5 : Hearing
  48. 48. IBM 5 in 5 : Taste
  49. 49. IBM 5 in 5 : Smell
  50. 50. The ICT platform of Wallonia Online database of the ICT sector Strong and officials partnerships and players. with all ICT players in Wallonia. ICT companies. E-commerce sites. Public TIC & TWIST Clusters, Charte eTIC, CETIC, Digital Spaces. Coworking centers & CoWallonia, #pme20, #rentic, #mforum, Smarwork centers. ICT schools. #ipforum … and private companies (FeWeb, Municipalities … and more. Agoria, etc.) + SPW. ICT observatory in Wallonia Professional forums Companies & citizens. Specific #mforum / #ipforum. sectors (education, ICT sector, E-commerce & ICT advanced health, municipalities, …). awt.be uses by companies. Web. Partnerships with other Education/e-learning. European regions. Digiwal (ICT event). Open data and consultancy for public ICT watch (technologies, laws, business services and government in Wallonia. opportunities, ...) and content provider. Organization and “activation” of the data AWT plays the role “ICT one stop shopping” managed by the AWT and others public for Wallonia (Europe’s Digital Agenda, ...) . bodies.
  51. 51. Contacts et infos André Blavier ab@awt.be @unpeudeblabla www.awt.be/cafenLg www.twitter.com/awtbe www.facebook.com/awtbe www.awt.be/web/rss www.youtube.com/user/awtbe