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Kurogo Higher Ed Mobile Conference 2017: Moving Toward a Smart Campus at Arizona State University

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  1. 1. Smart Campus Strategy Gordon Wishon | April 4, 2017
  2. 2. Agenda 1. About ASU 2. Internet of Things at ASU 3. ASU’s Journey to a Smart Campus 4. The Future of IoT at ASU 5. Strategy Moving Forward 6. Take Aways
  3. 3. Company Confidential and Proprietary 587 Enterprise System Roles 100+ types of affiliations Acquired the Thunderbird Global School of Management Starbucks partnership 12,000+ faculty and staff 7 campuses92,000+ students 25,000+ online students 10% growth this past fall ASU community 30+ departments Global Freshma n Academy 350 + degree programs
  4. 4. At the heart of the Valley of the Sun
  5. 5. Only at ASU...
  6. 6. Retention Rates for Metropolitan Campuses of M2M/IoT Devices Consume less than 3Mb/Month Facts.asu.edu
  7. 7. data provides context context leads to insight, actions
  8. 8. Smart Campus Initiative
  9. 9. Application Areas Smart Cities Smart Environment Smart Energy Smart Agriculture E-Health Retail Logistics Industrial Control
  10. 10. Opportunities (example: Facilities Domain) - Energy Management/Sustainability - Lighting Controls - Water consumption/waste management - Dynamic HVAC Controls - Irrigation management and control - Dynamic windows/shade - Optimization of Building Systems and Use - Fault Detection and Diagnostics, Predictive Maintenance - Enhanced dashboards with campus, building and room level data - Fleet Tracking - Asset Tracking - Enhanced Lighting controls for mall and pedestrian walkways
  11. 11. The use of sensors, big data and analytics is creating a myriad of possibilities to improve the design and delivery of services.
  12. 12. at ASU, how can we use this data/context to improve services and positively influence student success? objective: to deliver a high quality, highly personalized educational experience to every student, AT SCALE
  13. 13. © Arizona State University Student Success 14 Vision for Connected Campus Copyright © 2016 Accenture and Microsoft. All rights reserved. A comprehensive connected campus blends both IoT-driven insights and digital engagement capabilities to deliver a leading higher education experience across university stakeholders. Smart Campus Implementing IoT technologies across multiple layers of the campus environment to help inform university decision making and improve the day-to-day life of students, faculty, administrators, and alumni Digital Student Delivering world-class on campus and digital experiences by looking at services from the outside-in putting students, faculty, administrators and alumni at the heart of design Connected Campus Space & Sustainability Mobile Payment Safety & Security Collaborati on & Learning Student - Higher Student Retention - Higher Student to Teacher Ratio - Higher Student Engagement Faculty - Higher Student Interaction - Early Detection of Disengagement - More Personalized Attention Administration - Better Resource Utilization - Secured & Safe Infrastructure - Automated and ContinuousProcess Improvement - New Revenue Streams Businesse s and Alumni Staff Students Faculty Transpor t Athletics & Entertainment
  14. 14. Smart Campus Initiative
  15. 15. Crowd motion studies/facial expression recognition Environmental monitoring/feedback (fan control) Queue wait time estimation (concessions, restrooms) Noise monitoring/feedback (Victory Cheer game) Athlete performance monitoring/feedback (wearables) Real time parking density feedback/wayfinding Pitch/playing surface health Ground water monitoring ASU/DCU/Intel research collaboration in Sun Devil Stadium/Croke Park Stadium
  16. 16. What We’ve Done Gen 1: Game Day Experience Infrastructure Upgrades Wi-fi DAS Upgrades Real-Time Parking Sensor Packs A Smarter Sound Game Upgraded Mobile App
  17. 17. Get Loud - Stadium Noise Meter
  18. 18. Real Time Parking • Live parking data is displayed on the ASU’s interactive map layer with color-coded polygons: red lots are full; yellow lots are almost full; green lots have plenty of capacity.
  19. 19. Wayfinding/Maps (Campus Bird) • Custom event maps – Only relevant POIs – Custom POI infor for events – Time-boxed availability • Geo-fence definitions • Ads / coupons associated with map categories or POIs • Internal building maps
  20. 20. What We’ve Done Gen 2: Stadium Suite Water Flow Sensors Alexa Skillset Campus Metabolism App Usage Visualizations Sentiment Analysis AWS DASH Indoor Wayfinding
  21. 21. Stadium Suite Dashboard Water Flow Sentiment Analysis Light Control Integration with Alexa Skillset Dashboard Features: Tillman Tunnel Cam ESPN RSS Scores Parking Lot Availability Mobile App User Density Temperature Vibration Victory Cheer Gesture Recognition AWS Dash Integration
  22. 22. What We’re Doing Next Gen 3: Scaling to a Smart Campus Smart Fleet Vehicle/Golf Cart Reservation and Tracking Smart Classroom Automated Attendance Tracking Smart Assistant Building out Alexa Skillset ‘Hey Sparky’ Integrating other information sources
  23. 23. Attendance • People Counting • Queue Time (Hardware Solution) • Queue Time (Software Solution) • Device Development and Testing • Blue Tooth Bracelet • Cisco CMX for Wifi based identification
  24. 24. Amazon Echo Alexa, tell ASU to show some spirit. Alexa, where can I get a cold drink and a dog? Alexa, when did ASU become a state university? Alexa, is ASU an accredited school? Alexa, how hot is it in Arizona? Alexa, how many stars are in the sky? Alexa, how can you see dark matter? Alexa, how long is the Grand Canyon of Mars? Alexa, how long is the Grand Canyon of Arizona? Alexa, can you rap?
  25. 25. Hey Sparky! With ‘Hey Sparky’ a personal ASU Assistant is with you from the moment you wake up. The voice user interface will allow our students and guests to have an assistant that will answer their questions, ASU or otherwise, at the speed of sound. With it connected to all ASU data sources, we’re able to query responses that even Google or Amazon couldn’t return. With ASU Assistant enabled buildings, residence halls, mobile apps, web search and more, wherever you go, ASU assistant will be there too. Whether it’s a lecture, an art exhibition, or athletic event, you’ll never have to pass another event on campus and wonder what’s going on. Never miss another moment. Next time you wake up, ask Sparky about what the day holds for you, and wake up the Sun Devil within.
  26. 26. Future of Fleet & Asset Management We can help monitor usage, location, and average run time to aid in predictive maintenance and sustainability efforts for everything from carts to public transportation. Lo-jacking carts, and all vehicles, will provide an incredibly rich baseline of data around how frequently carts and vehicles are being used, where they are, and if they are being abused.
  27. 27. Future of Campus Metabolism Perhaps the greatest potential in improvements in energy efficiency lies in our residence halls. By turning our campus metabolism data into actionable measures, we’ll be able to save millions of dollars on wasted resources like energy and water. Enabling the residence halls to moderate usage based on dwell time, activity, or other programmable settings will be revolutionary in our sustainability efforts. Applying machine learning to streaming dashboards empowers us to do such incredible good. Being alerted of every opportunity to move towards zero waste will elevate operational sustainability and dramatically minimize our environmental impact.
  28. 28. Future of Wayfinding We’re bringing sophisticated navigation to the great indoors. We can take you to the right building, in the right room, to the right seat, on the right day. Be where you need to be, when you need to be there. Students and guests can utilize campus navigation in whatever medium they’re comfortable with, whether that’s our mobile app maps, an integrated digital kiosk, or ASU Assistant. With wayfinding this easy, you can blaze trails you never explored before. Be willing to try something new with new people.
  29. 29. Future of Classrooms Imagine instructors being able to analyze facial expression recognition in a class to measure overall sentiment. Voice and facial recognition could help to show quantity and quality of engagement. With anonymous polling, instructors could measure comprehension in real time. Attendance could be automatically taken as students enter the room. Instructors could send messages to a specific student segment or cohort. Can sensor data help us answer the questions: How long was the student engaged in a particular activity? How often does a student engage in a particular activity? Does the student engage in activities that demonstrate they have mastered a subject? Let’s help forge a smarter path for them to become master learners.
  30. 30. Future of Wearables Forget bringing your wallet, or purse. All you need is your ASU wristband (or necklace, or watch, or clip). As ASU’s identification card replacement, the wearable could act as personal identification, provide emergency services, allow location services, grant residence hall access, provide alerts, notifications, augment student health records, act as a fast pass into athletic events or order pick-up, and integrate tap-to-pay functionality. It’s time to update the identification card, with a Bracelet. It’ll be maroon with gold accents, and a ton of high tech gear.
  31. 31. some considerations moving forward
  32. 32. remember, it’s not about the things, it’s about the data!
  33. 33. Data Considerations 1 How do you get your data and from where? 2 How frequently do you need your data? 3 Where do you plan to store your data? 4 How do you present your data to developers or to the world? 5 How do you secure your data? 6 Who owns the data?
  34. 34. Data Considerations 7 Where will you analyze the data? 8 How do you determine what data has value? 9 How do you make decisions based off of your data? 10 Can your institutional culture take advantage of the data?
  35. 35. it’s also about mobility
  36. 36. TIME It’s 10 minutes before class PROXIMITY On campus near the Library IDENTITY Freshman, next class Chem 101, Prof. and friends near A new student overwhelmed by her first day gets help! EQUATION FOR EXERIENCES: TIME + IDENTITY + PROXIMITY = CONTEXT TE2 | THE EXPERIENCE ENGINE, INC © 2014TE2. Used with permission.
  37. 37. ASU Mobile / IoT Ecosystem
  38. 38. and, it’s about connectivity
  39. 39. what about the network(s)? how to scale? how to secure? how to maintain? How to integrate?
  40. 40. Data Demands of IoT Low throughput applications make majority of the Internet of Things 86% of M2M/IoT Devices Consume less than 3Mb/Month Source: James Brehm & Associates, 2015 & Ingenu, 2017
  41. 41. 4 6 Low Throughput IoT Applications Broad & Diverse Opportunities Smart Grid & CityAsset Tracking Automotive Security Agriculture Oil, Gas, Mining ConsumerShipping • Fire & security alarms • Propane tank monitoring • Precision irrigation • Moisture control • Border patrol • Intrusion detection • Alarm monitoring • 20 year battery life @ 1 ping / week • Pipeline monitoring • Well head monitoring • Personnel tracking • Asset tracking • UBI • BHPH • Train yards, ports, airports • Military, industrial • Hospitals • Construction • Electric/water/gas meters • Demand response • Line & transformer monitoring • Transportation & safety • Parking meters • Environmental monitoring Source: Ingenu, 2017
  42. 42. Competitive Comparison 86% of M2M/IoT Devices Consume less than 3Mb/Month Source: Ingenu, 2017
  43. 43. more considerations
  44. 44. Privacy & Security Concerns 1. Security and privacy policy update 2. Security audits of IoT systems – sensors & gateways 3. Architecture review of all new technology 4. Privacy and efficacy research 5. EULA/contracts policy updates 6. Role of the IRB?
  45. 45. we are in the process of instrumenting the planet
  46. 46. An instrumented smart campus uses the data and insight that becomes available through technology to improve the lives of its student body, community partners and workforce.
  47. 47. As well as being a hub, a smart campus is also a compelling anchor. At the heart of cities, the smart campus is a powerful source of momentum and innovation.

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