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[HUBDAY] Orange, From IOT to Data

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[HUBDAY] Orange, From IOT to Data

  1. 1. From Objects to Data Patrice Slupowski @slupowski – Janvier 2015 – Hub day
  2. 2. 6 From a floor to your eye: an history of computing 1960 1980 1990 2015? Analog Digital
  3. 3. Wearables subgroup : sport, wellness and health Nike Sportives, health & beauty-conscious, geeks Carers Consumers as patients Withings Withings Withings GlucoDock Remee Jawbone Misfit Shine Fitbit iBGStar Fitbit 7 Equinoxe AMBER Alert Tagg
  4. 4. 8 More devices… Muse The Brainwave sensing headband Release: Q4 2013 Breathometer A Smartphone Breathalyzer Release: Q1 2014 OMsignal Bio-sensing clothing for everyday life Release: ? Smart Sock Fitness Tracker Wellness. Reinvented. Release: Q1 2014 HAPIfork Eat Slowly - Lose Weight - Feel Great Release: Q4 2013 Beam Brush Brush Smart! Release: 2013 Lumoback Meet LUMOback, the Smart Posture & Movement Feedback System Scanadu & Scanaflo Finally, you can know yourself best. Release: Q1 2014
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  6. 6. 10 Use  Cases  by  Device  A.ach  Point   Copyright  2013  Strategy  Analy5cs  Inc.   10   Neck  /  Chest  /  Arm:   •  Fitness  &  health   monitoring   §  Calories   §  Pedometer   §  Heart  rate   §  Blood  pressure   §  SOS  /  Emergency   §  Loca5on  tracking     Head:   •  Augmented  reality   •  Naviga5on   •  In-­‐view  no5fica5ons   •  Email/text  (view  &  edit)   •  Web  browsing   •  Photography   Leg  /  Ankle:   •  Fitness  &  health   monitoring   §  Calories   §  Pedometer   §  Heart  rate   §  Blood  pressure   §  Loca5on  tracking   Wrist:   •  No5fica5ons   •  Calling  (place/answer)   •  Fitness  &  health   monitoring   •  Naviga5on  /  Loca5on   •  Photography  
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  8. 8. 12 Smart clothing : from wearables to invisibles
  9. 9. 13 Motion and brain trackers : board of imagination
  10. 10. 14 Ub-y, an ubiquitous and simple user experience FACILITATE access of citizens to city services PROMOTE exchanges between people DEVELOP tools for local professionals
  11. 11. 15 Smart cars
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  14. 14. 18 Watches 2017 2013 Strategy Analytics 2018 0.5m 92m 92m 2014 Deloitte 17m 2014 10m ABI Research Canalys 2013 1.6m Wearables125m 32m Deloitte Bands Deloitte 2014 4m Connected objects 50B 55m 125m 32m 2017 2017 Strategy Analytics Strategy Analytics 20m Glasses Connected object & wearable Saga 20m 2017 Strategy Analytics ABI Research Idate 2016 36B Cisco 2020 50B Idate 2020 68B Cisco 2013 10B McKinsey 2025 2.7T Deloitte 2014 4m
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  17. 17. 22 Sleep tracking
  18. 18. 23 behavior change will be the killing app of the IoT
  19. 19. 24 Health insurers' health prevention programs have started leveraging apps and devices In 2012, Aetna's CEO Mark Bertolini said it is no longer in the insurance business, it is in the information business. In 2013, Aetna launched CarePass, an iPhone app and website for managing your fitness
  20. 20. 25 The Internet of Things, 3rd age of the internet, a digital revolution with billions of objects producing data, a data tsunami of digital traces, social networks & connected objects putting the world in data §  300 to 500 million devices sales per year in 2017-2018 according to ABI research compared to 1,7 billion smartphones. There are now more connected things than connected people. §  IoT and Big Data are horizontal concepts made of several vertical categories (Home, Care, Transport, M2M, … ) and disrupting several vertical industries (insurance, automotive, health, wellness … §  The world is quickly turned into data thanks to clouds and computing power Smart Personal Smart Home Smart City
  21. 21. confidential Orange26 The IoT is covering an incredible number of different topics
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  27. 27. 33 •  security •  control thanks to a personal dashboard •  transparency •  support for all its customers and users
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  29. 29. imagine the connected world of tomorrow
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  31. 31. 37 Connected   devices Internet  of   Machines Internet  of   Objects IoTAPI Data Operator API IoTAPI Data Operator API Data Operator API Orange is working on a data powered open platform for the development of new services for enterprises and the mass market : Orange Datavenue Smart Data Aggregation Platform Enterprises Data Open Data Data Data Cloud Storage Data Connectors Privacy Authentication User Profile Rules Management B2B   B2B2C   Developers                  IOT  data  aggregaIon  plaJorm                    Orange  consumer  IOT  Services            Orange  big  data  sandbox   Secured & isolated environments
  32. 32. - futurism : human tricoder
  33. 33. thanks @slupowski

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