PowerPoint Presentation: Petar Kočović Gartner Serbia MASIT May 17th, 2012 Ohrid, Macedonia INTERNET OF THINGS INFORMATICA POSTMODERNA PowerPoint Presentation: Office in 1991 How did We Exist?: How did We Exist? 1991 ? PowerPoint Presentation: Today we have PowerPoint Presentation: 800,000,000 Smartphones 800,000,000 SMARTPHONES PowerPoint Presentation: 1,500,000,000 PCs PowerPoint Presentation: 2,000,000,000 PEOPLE ON INTERNET PowerPoint Presentation: 3,500,000,000 MOBILE PHONES PowerPoint Presentation: 5,000,000,000 INTERNET-CONNECTED DEVICES PowerPoint Presentation: 87,000,000,000 GOGLE SEARCHES/MO PowerPoint Presentation: 28,000,000,000,000,000,000 EXABYTES OVER THE INTERNET/MO PowerPoint Presentation: 350,000,000,000,000,000,000 EXABYTES STORED Computer in Cell Phone is:: Computer in Cell Phone is: than IBM 360 in MIT, 1965 1,000,000 Time Cheaper 1,000 More Powerful 100,000 Smaller INSTRUMENTED: INSTRUMENTED Today there are 1 billion transistors for each person on the planet By 2010 30 billion RFID tags in our world Supply chains, Healthcare networks, Cities, Natural systems (like rivers) PowerPoint Presentation: The Internet of Things: cars, airplanes, cameras, roadways, pipeline, pharmaceuticals and even livestocks is headed to 1 trillion INTERCONNECTED INTELLIGENT: INTELLIGENT Avg company with 1,000 employes spends $5.3 million a year to find informations stored on its servers Confluence of technologies: Confluence of technologies Think and act in new ways economically, socially and technically + + PowerPoint Presentation: IT changes all business The need for progress is clear: The need for progress is clear 170 billion kWh wasted each year The need for progress is clear: The need for progress is clear 3.7 billion lost hours 2.3 billion gallons of gas 100 million people worldwide - below the poverty line: 100 million people worldwide - below the poverty line The opportunity for progress is clear: The opportunity for progress is clear 10% reduction in energy costs 20% less traffic 12% lowered emissions $80 bill in cost savings World population: World population Leaders must lead through unknown: Leaders must lead through unknown 8 of 10 CEO’s anticipate turbulent change 3x increase the gap between leader’s need for change and their ability to manage it PowerPoint Presentation: RE-IMAGINE IT POSTMODERN BUSINESS SIMPLICITY CREATIVE DESTRUCTION PowerPoint Presentation: Information Mobile Social Cloud Flexibile Architecture A NEXUS OF FORCES PowerPoint Presentation: Cloud PowerPoint Presentation: PUBLIC CLOUD GROWTH PowerPoint Presentation: ERA OF TABLETS AND SMART PHONES COMING PowerPoint Presentation: Social PowerPoint Presentation: NEXT PHASE OF SOCIAL COMPUTING: Mass customers Mass citizens Mass participation of employees in companies PowerPoint Presentation: Information PowerPoint Presentation: ANALYTICS IS THE COMBUSTION ENGINE OF BUSINESS PowerPoint Presentation: FLOOD OF BIG DATA PowerPoint Presentation: Mobile PowerPoint Presentation: WHAT’S INSTALLED PowerPoint Presentation: 2010 2016 918M Cumulatively Sold Through 2016 MEDIA TABLET GROWTH PowerPoint Presentation: Units Mobile OS PC OS THE BIG SHIFT PowerPoint Presentation: BY 2015, PRIVATE APP STORES WILL BE DEPLOYED BY 60% OF IT ORGANIZATIONS PowerPoint Presentation: Bill USD SPEND ON IT PowerPoint Presentation: STRATEGIC AND DISRUPTIVE VENDORS PowerPoint Presentation: BY 2014, CIO’S WILL HAVE LOST CONTROL OF 25% OF THEIR IT SPENDING PowerPoint Presentation: BY 2017, YOUR CMO MAY HAVE A BIGGER IT BUDGET THAN YOU DO PowerPoint Presentation: Mobile PC By 2015, mobile application development projects will outnumber PC projects by a ratio4:1 OS for Smartphones: OS for Smartphones PowerPoint Presentation: Great debate in the future: - I am opt-out? PowerPoint Presentation:
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Theory of Everything: John Ellis (1946-) British theoretical physicist The Superstring Theory of Everything or of Nothing Nature, Vol 323, 595-598 (16 October 1986) Theory of Everything Media Tablet and Beyond: Implications and Actions: Employees using many devices, syncing data between them via the cloud. Delivery, management and support complexity will increase. Multiple mobile strategies are required. Customer — Partner — Employee Enterprise IT Cloud Provider Media Tablet and Beyond: Implications and Actions Mobile-Centric Applications and Interfaces: Touch, Gesture, Search, Voice and Video: How Does It Affect You? Apple, Microsoft and Google will battle for leadership in the new UI Mobile apps set expectations for usability, appearance and behavior Touch first "Simple" connected apps Search and voice interfaces More Touch More Places More Actions Mobile-Centric Applications and Interfaces: Touch, Gesture, Search, Voice and Video App Stores and Marketplaces: Emerging Model for Sourcing and Governance: Consumer-Centric Requirements Enterprise-IT-Centric Requirement Challenges App stores intersect multiple IT markets Consumer store quality, support and licensing Difficulty embracing "apptrepreneurs," user choice and IT role as market manager Potential New Entrants Action Plan 2012: Early adoption is high 2013/14: Broader adoption as part of mobile device management 2014/2015: Bring mobile and cloud together App Stores and Marketplaces: Emerging Model for Sourcing and Governance Internet of (Every)Thing(s): Cameras and microphones widely deployed New routes to market via intelligent objects QR Code Content and services via connected products Everything has a URL Remote sensing of objects and environment Augmented reality Situational decision support 50%+ of Internet connections are things 2011: 15+ bill permanent, 50+ bill intermittent 2020: 30+ bill permanent, >200 bill intermittent 7" 800 x 400 display $20 2 GB flash $3 GPRS $7/Wi-Fi $3 Audio $0.5 NFC LTE Building and infrastructure management Internet of (Every)Thing(s) Internet of Things Opportunities: The Internet of things Objects, systems, people, information, paces, virtual entities Access points and data sources expand Event streams and objects as "users" New data strategies — can't save it all Internet of Things Opportunities Ray Kurzweil: Ray Kurzweil “So, what if what used to fit into a building, now fits in your pocket, and what fits in your pocket now, will fit inside a blood cell in 25 years? We haven’t seen anything yet.” Michio Kaku Ph.D.– Augmented Reality is Now: Michio Kaku Ph.D.– Augmented Reality is Now Internet Contact Lens: Internet Contact Lens Transparent OLED Screens and 3D TV: Transparent OLED Screens and 3D TV CSI Miami Transparent OLED Screen: Transparent OLED Screen How Everything Started: How Everything Started Altair 8800 Star Trek - 1968 France Telecom – Big Screen Video EyeWear: France Telecom – Big Screen Video EyeWear Flexible Display Phone – for 1 cent!: Flexible Display Phone – for 1 cent! 360 Degree Wall Screen: 360 Degree Wall Screen Disposable Computer: Disposable Computer BMW 7 – Head Up Display: BMW 7 – Head Up Display Holographic Projection: Holographic Projection Telepathy: Telepathy Teleportation: Teleportation Telekinesis: Telekinesis Telekinesis – Brain Computer Interface: Telekinesis – Brain Computer Interface Asimo Robot: Asimo Robot Movie: Fantastic Voyage: Movie: Fantastic Voyage Nano Technology: Nano Technology Nano particles killing cancer cells Word: TUMOR will disappear from dictionary Toilet will be your doctor: Toilet will be your doctor ... will measure: your sugar in blood, your health state DNA Chips – Genetic Content: DNA Chips – Genetic Content Databank with DNA data: Forget Privacy Tricorder – Instantly diagnose any disease : Tricorder – Instantly diagnose any disease Mini MRI: Mini MRI IBM Mini MRI Human Genome – Growing Human Organs: Human Genome – Growing Human Organs Internet of Things Opportunities: Device-insensitive access and portable personalities needed By 2015, unified oversight of all Internet-connected technologies is an imperative The CIO job is to orchestrate, not own Focus on information and processes versus technology-centered architectures Start now … start simple … Emergence of the digital supply chain Internet of Things Opportunities Contextual and Social User Experience : Capitalizing on Context Contextual and Social User Experience 2012-2013: Targeted Context 2014-2018: Pervasive Context Identity Community Environment Intent Organizations Providers Users Context driven by business strategy Ensemble interactions Contextual content, anticipatory behaviors, contextual UI Context delivery arch, brokers, search+ Habits, needs, behavior, inferred intent Context driven by mobile strategy Adjacent devices, people Augmented reality, proactive alerts, m-commerce GPS, NFC, bar code image recognition Identity, time, location, social networks To link mobile, social, location, payment and commerce. Build skills in augmented reality, model-driven security and ensemble applications. Expect change in business models and offerings from providers through 2015. Next-Generation Analytics: Pattern Recognition to Optimize, Simulate and Predict: Next-Generation Analytics: Pattern Recognition to Optimize, Simulate and Predict Traditional offline analytics In-line/ embedded analytics Structured and simple data Combining and collaborating/unstructured Predictive/outcomes Explanatory/historical Fixed Rules Data Predictions Driving/Enabling Trends Mobile and Social and Context Extreme data — big, fast, diverse In-memory computing Democratization of analytics New roles (e.g., data scientist) The third wave in support for decisions in organizations Key Actions Build a strategy for collaborative decision making Build skills — end users and specialized roles Big Data ... Fast Data … All Data:
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and Cloud Data I like playing hockey, baseball and climbing mountains. The ancient civilizations in North America had engineering marvels that surpassed Rome and Greece because they invented the "0" about 700 years eelier. They also discovered the "golden mean" to improve every aspect of their engineering. Pizza was actually invented in New York city. It is not Italian food but American food. Not only that, spaghetti was invented in China. I like playing hockey, baseball and climbing mountains. The ancient civilizations in North America had engineering marvels that surpassed Rome and Greece because they invented the "0" about 700 years eelier. They also discovered the "golden mean" to improve every aspect of their engineering. Pizza was actually invented in New York city. It is not Italian food but American food. Not only that, spaghetti was invented in China. I like playing hockey, baseball and climbing mountains. The ancient civilizations in North America had engineering marvels that surpassed Rome and Greece because they invented the "0" about 700 years earlier. They also discovered the "golden mean" to improve every aspect of their engineering. Pizza was actually invented in New York city. It is not Italian food but American food. Not only that, spaghetti was invented in China. Documents and Content Can easily overwhelm in-house resources RFID, Meters and Other OT B2B Social Computing
PowerPoint Presentation: Petar Kočović Gartner Serbia MASIT May 17th, 2012 Ohrid, Macedonia INTERNET OF THINGS INFORMATICA POSTMODERNA