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Internet of Things

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Internet of Things
: computing concept that describes a future where everyday physical objects will be connected to the Internet

Risks and Barriers
History of Internet of Things
- items being checked in and out and orders automatically passed to the suppliers.

- asset management and proactive planning w/o human intervention

- manufacturers will have a direct feedback on the market’s needs. no whip effect.

saving time, energy, and environment

- IoT first proposed by Kevin Ashton.
- the Auto-ID Center at MIT and related market
analysis publication.
2003-2005
- mentioned in 'The Guardian', 'Scientific American' and the 'Boston Globe'. - the UN's International Telecommunications Union (ITU) 's first report on the
topic
- Recognition by the EU, and the First European IOT conference is held.
- lounched IPSO Alliance to promote the Internet of Things.
- boasts over 50 companies, including Bosch, Cisco, Ericsson, Intel, SAP, Sun,
Google, etc.
- The Internet of Things was "Born", according to Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG).
- IPV6 public launch :
The new protocol that solve the limited IP number problem Samsung, Google,Nokia
and others announce plans to include NFC technology & support to their mobile device
Technology of IoT
Wired and wireless (Wi-Fi, 4G, Bluetooth, Zigbee) networks
connect Things to the Computing Infrastructure and each other
Smart, connected products and other Things
combine processors, sensors, and software with connectivity.
Application- Logistics
Group 11 <Internet of Things>
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Ye Jin LEE
object & space network forming the intellectual relationship without explicit human intervention in 3 environmental connection.
Human beings
Objects
Services
1999
2006-2008
2008
2008-2009
2011 ~
Any Comments?
Any Questions?
References
the connection and the number of smart devices is increasing obviously.
Technology of IoT
Things
Communication
Infrastructure
Data capture and analytic tools and new business and software applications create new forms of value
Computing
Infrastructure
Sensing
Wire & Wireless communication and Network infrastructure
Service interface
Collect data with physical, non physical sensor.
All wire, wireless network that can connect human, things and service
Play a role of an application service to make the data meaningful to users.
absence of governance
privacy and security
The economic root, use of the IOT
1. simplified automatic proximity trigger
- some smart things can communicate their name in a very fast and convenient way

- triggers a transaction automatically when the physical distance of two things

- expands the ID by any data a smart thing could collect via any sensor
2. user feedback
smart things feature simple mechanisms to give feedback to the humans who interact with them at the point and time of action

extends the output from simple user feedback to rich services
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Contents
1. What is the 'Internet of Things'?
2. History of the 'Internet of Things'
The economic root, use of IoT
History of Internet of Things
3. Technology of IoT
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5. Applications
6. The economic root, use of IoT
7. Risks and Barriers
Smart Devices
what makes an object smart?
Basic)
Step 2)
Step 3)
an embedded processor (microcontroller, or MCU), along with user interfaces, that can add programmability and “command and control” functionality.

Communication capability and remote manual control
Eventually, automate things, and with cloud-based processing, make things happen without any intervention.
Categories of Application
Let’s look at some categories for IOT-related applications.
Millions of interconnected devices with unique IDs interacting with other machines/objects, infrastructure, and physical environment.

- About leveraging the data that gets collected by the end nodes - Data mining for trends and behaviors that can generate useful marketing information to create additional commerce.
Category 1)
Category 2)
Application- Retail
Enable Efficient Inventory Systems - > Automated warehouses

Application- Retail
For Retailers
- item Identification through all the stages with a low
cost
-The shelves may be intelligent
-Improve quality management along the supply chain
For consumers
- can avoid long check-out lines
- protect consumer rights in case of failing products
- Shopping list can be created as the wrapping of used goods are discarded
RFID-> automatic warehouses
Application-Pharmaceutical
1) could carry information related to drug use with its tag

2) Counterfeiting of drugs ↓

3) Monitoring the use&abuse

Application- Food

1) Could verify origins of the products
- managing food info

IoT
2) Food market feedback ------> producers

Health logistics: the flow of drugs and patients
-> efficiency↑

IoT with nanotechnology enabled In-vivo equipment.
Ex) biodegradable materials can detect antigens
Ex) Intelligent micro-robots may be guided to bring drugs to the infected areas.

Application - Intelligent Home

There are already examples of smart houses…
However, the control systems in operation today are quite basic.

Application - Transportation
If the cars will be able to communicate and autonomously start gathering information…

-> driver’s effectiveness & safety ↑

* If there is a queue…

Journal:
An Economic Perspective / Elgar Fleisch (ETH Zurich / University of St. Gallen) / Auto-ID Labs White / Paper WP-BIZAPP-053 January 2010
Cisco Visual Networking Index: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2013–2018
DIANE CARDWELL, At Newark Airport, the Lights Are On, and They’re Watching You, The New York Times, 2014.02.17)
Cisco Visual Networking Index: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2013–2018
Future Generation Computer Systems 29 (2013) 1645–1660 Internet of Things (IoT): A vision, architectural elements, and future directions
Internet of Things in 2020 A ROADMAP FOR THE FUTURE, RFID WORKING GROUP OF THE EUROPEAN TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM ON SMART SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (EPOSS) 05 September, 2008
Websites :
http://iot-datamodels.blogspot.kr/2012/10/restful-interfaces-for-internet-of.html
http://www.techonlineindia.com/techonline/design_centers/170200/internet-reality?utm_source=referrence_article
(http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/solutions/enterprise/connected-world-technology-report/Top-10-Survey-Results-CCWTR-Big-Data.pdf)
http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-history
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_of_Things
http://www.economist.com/node/11999269
http://blog.abrfid.com/barcode-vs-rfid-infographic/
4. Smart Devices?
Application- Healthcare
ex) (M2M) (M2I) communications help simplify people’s lives.
Intelligent home management system
: Learn individual -> maximize comfort
ex) The coffee will be ready at the right time in the morning, bathtub will be filled with water at the right temperature…

Ex) Webservice technology, Spcial network service
Ex) Cloud Computing, Big Data Tools ...
Ex) Wi-Fi, 3G,4G,LTE, Bluetooth, etc
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