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Smart Cities,
Smart Cars,
Smart …Living
Marie-Paule Odini
Director, Distinguished Technologist
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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Economic opportunity
Global Urbanization Trend
Prosperity of middle class
Business growth
of world’s CO2 emissions
In citi...
Air conditioner
Product electronics & entertainment
Vehicle leasing
Telecom infrastructure
Asset tracking
Power distributi...
Smart Living is about …
Make more informed decisions,
protect city’s water supply and prevent
water waste using data from ...
Smart Parking
Optimize parking utilization and provide better service
Average
parking
duration per
days of the
week
2727
•...
Smart Waste Management
Protect Environment and provide better service
2828
• Waste Fill-Up Patterns
• Waste Collection Pat...
Smart Public Safety – Example Beijing
Olympic Stadium and Financial District
• Deploy a wireless infrastructure for city m...
Predictive intelligence
Smart Living in the city
Better connectivity
Environment control
Wifi / Cellular / LPWAN
Cybersecu...
9
And beyond the city … to the people
where they are !
Smart Health
Converged
cloud
Medical episodes
Statistics
Security
Auditing
Tele Specialists
in Hospital &
Medical
Expertis...
Connected Car
Safer driving through swarm intelligence and analytics
11
Use information gathered from other vehicles on th...
Surge in data requires a new approach for speed, agility, and security
TOO MUCH DATA … TOO MANY DEVICES … TOO MANY APPS
Da...
And what’s about Security ???
Security … at Home ??
14
Source: HPE Survey
Smart Living is about … people
Happy Living
IoT platform
Enable and manage
value chain
Security
End-to-end, proactive,
Defense-in-depth
Services
Advise, transform,
in...
Connectivity unifies access, management, and configuration of
devices—enabling secure connectivity in virtually any operat...
Optimize IoT data, from collection to analytics, from the edge to the
cloud, enabling ingest and compute at scale.
The rig...
Leverage devices as new contextual data sources, allowing creation
of historical and predictive insights to unlock busines...
IoT Platform
Network Interworking Proxy
Device & Service
Management Data Acquisition
& Verification
Data Analytics
Data Se...
Partners … HPE IoT ‘Partner Ready’ Program
21
Things
ISVs
Channels & SIs
Partners
Onboarding
& enablement
Streamline start...
Bouygues Telecom- Objenious
Using the HPE Universal IoT Platform to deliver IoT services
22
Bouygues is one of the first C...
© Copyright 2014 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without n...
24
The New European IoT Event
www.iot-planet.org
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More and more people in mega cities, more sensors, more apps, Smart is everywhere for smart living. but what's about security, what's about the people. How to deliver better living, happy living. HPE provides IoT solutions with connectivity management, processing at the edge and in the cloud, security, data management, etc to help industry verticals, telecom operators deliver secured trusted IoT solutions

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Smart Cities, Smart Cars, Smart Living

  1. 1. Smart Cities, Smart Cars, Smart …Living Marie-Paule Odini Director, Distinguished Technologist Hewlett Packard Enterprise October, 2016
  2. 2. Economic opportunity Global Urbanization Trend Prosperity of middle class Business growth of world’s CO2 emissions In cities in 2050 80%
  3. 3. Air conditioner Product electronics & entertainment Vehicle leasing Telecom infrastructure Asset tracking Power distribution Traffic lights Security Lighting Air quality Noise Roadside equipment Vibration Access control Pumps Product delivery Driver behavior Everything connected … Connected car Electricity switch Digital signage Fire & emergency © Copyright Hewlett Packard Enterprise 2016
  4. 4. Smart Living is about … Make more informed decisions, protect city’s water supply and prevent water waste using data from detecting water pressure, temperatures and leaks Save time for maintenance crews and save fuel costs – from driving around town to find and replace broken bulbs Optimize traffic flow using traffic signals, the number of vehicles and pedestrians; Inform commuters about the next bus or train in near-real time by using digital signage Better utilization of assets, including parking spaces and enforcement staff, by providing real-time parking availability info; reduced circulation times to lower environmental impacts (pollution, noise) Enable easier tracking of transport and logistics flows, not only for one industry, but multi-industry (e.g., retail, oil, shipping, etc.) Monitor air quality, pollution and other weather conditions such as temperature and humidity, to optimize resource utilization and reduce the cities impact on the environment and improve the quality of life for it’s citizen Provide real-time city event info; leverage GPS locations and combine with the user profiles to find a suitable parking spot while considering the driver's sport interest, event starting time, tickets purchased/seat numbers etc. Optimize building electricity usage with motion sensor lights which can dim or shut off when a room is empty; Alert when there is a leaking pipe using smart meters; monitor energy use of an electric meter and alert when it reaches a specific threshold Smart Water Smart Lighting Smart Traffic Smart Parking Smart Industry Smart Environment Location/Context Based ServicesSmart Buildings And more …
  5. 5. Smart Parking Optimize parking utilization and provide better service Average parking duration per days of the week 2727 • Utilization patterns of parking spots • Parking violation frequencies • Overall parking behaviors per spot, day & hour 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 Hours of day 0% 50% 100% Parked 67.64% Vacant 32.36% Over 24 Hours 7 23 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 66 50 73 62 44 42 52 69 76 98 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Violation parking distribution by daysViolation parking distribution by hours of day 81 81 74 90 122 90 124 Sensors Intelligence Application Source: HPE Smart Parking with HPE UIoT platform & Analytics
  6. 6. Smart Waste Management Protect Environment and provide better service 2828 • Waste Fill-Up Patterns • Waste Collection Patterns • Analysis of Efficiency 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 6am 7am 8am 9am 10am 11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm Average Patterns of Waste Collection per Day & Hour Collection Absence Analysis The waste from cities alone is already enough to fill a line of trash trucks 5,000 kilometers long every day …. Source: HPE Smart Waste with HPE UIoT platform & Analytics
  7. 7. Smart Public Safety – Example Beijing Olympic Stadium and Financial District • Deploy a wireless infrastructure for city modernization before the Olympic Games • Reduce the risk of potential terrorist threats by provincial and multinational groups • Increase public safety and security, including traffic monitoring • Provide secure Internet access during and after the • Olympic Games for visitors and citizens • Consider a cost-effective alternative to digging and trenching to lay cable and minimize stirring up pollutants Source: HPE Aruba Wifi solutions Efficient & dense connectivity Security Services easy to integrate Cost
  8. 8. Predictive intelligence Smart Living in the city Better connectivity Environment control Wifi / Cellular / LPWAN Cybersecurity 8HPE Private | Confidential Better Security Better environment
  9. 9. 9 And beyond the city … to the people where they are !
  10. 10. Smart Health Converged cloud Medical episodes Statistics Security Auditing Tele Specialists in Hospital & Medical Expertise Center Data Voice Video Point of Accident Point of Care Patient Home Telemedicine: Virtually Bringing the Doctor to the patient • Bringing healthcare professionals virtually in to the ambulance or to his home • Mobile applications and tablets • Cloud based storage and data handling • Secure infrastructure for emergency room and ambulance • Secure data, video & voice transmission over IP over 4G • Enhanced productivity • Improved patient care • Lower cost for distinct diagnoses – treatment combinations (e.g. stroke treatment) • Opportunity to start medical expertise centre to support patients transports
  11. 11. Connected Car Safer driving through swarm intelligence and analytics 11 Use information gathered from other vehicles on the road (the “swarm”) and from infrastructure, and pass real-time contextual information to a specific car or other road users for a better intelligent driving experience. – Sensors in the car, on the road collect information – Information is securely communicated and aggregated with other information (weather, traffic etc) – Decisions/recommen dations are made and sent back to the car(s) – In the meantime, car talk to each other : Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) or Vehicle to Everything (V2X) communication. – Innovative use of V2V to provide accurate contextual information to other vehicles in the same vicinity. – Remotely manage millions of devices, including device discovery, configuration and management and secure connectivity Source: HPE Connected car with HPE Universal IoT platform
  12. 12. Surge in data requires a new approach for speed, agility, and security TOO MUCH DATA … TOO MANY DEVICES … TOO MANY APPS Data explosion The number of apps to manage is rapidly increasing IT complexity By 2020*, with IoT and 5G, trillion applications exchanging zettabytes of digital data over billion devices 1 trillion *20.8 billion IoT endpoints predicted to be in service by 2020
  13. 13. And what’s about Security ???
  14. 14. Security … at Home ?? 14 Source: HPE Survey
  15. 15. Smart Living is about … people Happy Living
  16. 16. IoT platform Enable and manage value chain Security End-to-end, proactive, Defense-in-depth Services Advise, transform, integrate, manage, analytics, governance HPE- The trusted IT vendor in IoT Compute Distributed, deep edge to the cloud Connectivity Ubiquitous, always- on, reliable Control Sense and respond, event management Data Contextual, insightful, at scale Ecosystem Open, extensive, partner-driven
  17. 17. Connectivity unifies access, management, and configuration of devices—enabling secure connectivity in virtually any operating environment. Connectivity 17 IoT Requirement HPE Examples Wired/ Wireless Networking Networking Aruba WIFI, HPE mobility Solutions (3- Solutions (3-4G-5G), LPWAN ie LORA IoT Platform Universal IoT Platform Secure, multi-protocol connectivity Global Connectivity Platform Platform Trusted Endpoints Connect and Protect Architecture Architecture Location-based services Aruba Meridian (Beacons & Sensors) Digital-Context Awareness Digital Context Aware Solutions Services Network, Mobility & Cloud Consulting Consulting Services How can I make IoT data consumable—reliably and securely—across all devices and environments, on a global scale? WIFI 4G LPWAN LORA FIXED 5G
  18. 18. Optimize IoT data, from collection to analytics, from the edge to the cloud, enabling ingest and compute at scale. The right compute at the right place at the right time. Compute 18 How do I balance data processing between the edge of the network, cloud, and data center? IoT Requirement HPE Examples Edge Micro/Gateway On-Premise Mesh/Compute Edgeline, Distributed Mesh Computing Computing (Future) Enterprise Data Center Center Rack/Tower Blades Mission Critical Object Stores ProLiant, Moonshot BladeSystem, Synergy, Superdome, Nonstop, Apollo (w/ Scality, Swift) Cloud Software CloudSystem HPE Helion, NFV System Services Consulting Services Services Platform, Software-defined defined Infrastructure, Data Data Center, Cloud Services EDGE CLOUD VIRTUALIZATION CONTAINERS
  19. 19. Leverage devices as new contextual data sources, allowing creation of historical and predictive insights to unlock business outcomes and integrate insights across operations. Data 19 How do I turn big data into real-time insights that deliver business outcomes? IoT Requirement HPE Examples IoT Analytics Time Series Telemetry Vertica- structured Autonomy-unstructured (Video) Hadoop Platforms Big Data Optimized Infrastructure Infrastructure (DL380, Apollo, Moonshot, Big Data Data Reference Architecture) Data Science Services Data Advisory & Discovery Analytics & Data Management Purpose-Built Analytics Haven on Demand Services Data Advisory Services Big Data Consulting services Actionable Analytics solutions Predictive Maintenance Analytics Analytics ANALYTICS AUTONOMIC NETWORKS
  20. 20. IoT Platform Network Interworking Proxy Device & Service Management Data Acquisition & Verification Data Analytics Data Service Cloud Back-end Systems (BSS/OSS) Enterprise Specific Applications/Use Cases CSP network (fixed / mobile)Private network (RF, WiFi…) IoT Devices and Connected Objects IoT Gateways Standardized architecture streamlines onboarding new applications and manages information in a unified, standard, secure, and flexible end-to- end system. 27HPE Private | Confidential HPE Universal IoT platform - UIoT
  21. 21. Partners … HPE IoT ‘Partner Ready’ Program 21 Things ISVs Channels & SIs Partners Onboarding & enablement Streamline start up – SKD & Sandbox access – Onboarding trainings – Access to community and self service tools Testing & development Speed up development – Protocol factory – Development support – ‘HPE Verified’ Insignia, ‘certification’ – Technical bootcamps/trainings Operations & support Operate flawlessly – End to end SLA & support models – aaS model support – Enablement for demos/POCs – Billing & settlements Sales & marketing Accelerate sales – Catalog & cross referencing – Commercial agreements – Joint collaterals, ‘marketing factory’ – Joint business plans & sales campaigns Benefits – Hosted sandbox with HPE IoT platform – Single portal – Partner program framework
  22. 22. Bouygues Telecom- Objenious Using the HPE Universal IoT Platform to deliver IoT services 22 Bouygues is one of the first CSPs worldwide to take advantage of LoRa low power networks for IoT to its business customers. Adding a service platform to network connectivity enables Objenious to provide a comprehensive service for multiple verticals, focus on its core business, and reduce CAPEX and OPEX. Requirements “Our partnership with HPE in building and rolling out new, leading edge networks like LoRa to enable the Internet of Things has been extremely valuable. HPE resources in IoT were key to build solutions that enable Objenious to lead in the IoT market.” Stéphane Allaire, CEO, Objenious
  23. 23. © Copyright 2014 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. A SMARTer World is no longer science fiction To learn more, visit www.hpe.com/iot/ Marie-Paule Odini Director and Distinguished Technologist Hewlett Packard Enterprise October, 2016
  24. 24. 24 The New European IoT Event www.iot-planet.org

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