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Internet of Things
Transcript of Internet of Things
OF THINGS What's IoT? History Forecast Related concepts Example Summing up Advantages Drawbacks IoT Internet of
People (IoP) Internet of
Services (IoS) "We make IoT happen" - From data to wisdom
- Collective intelligence + empower people
- Business support - Increment of global services hired on Internet
- Anywhere, anytime, anyhow 1991- Internet of Peoplet“I could be wrong, but I'm fairly sure the phrase "Internet of Things" started life as the title of a presentation I made at Procter & Gamble (P&G) in 1999. Linking the new idea of RFID in P&G's supply chain to the then-red-hot topic of the Internet was more than just a good way to get executive attention. It summed up an important insight which is stil often misunderstood." KEVIN ASHTON tp://www.theinternetofpeople.eu/ Check date: 20.01.2013
- Internet of Services. http://www.internet-of-services.com/ Check date: 20.01.2013
- Internet of Things. http://www.theinternetofthings.eu/ Check date: 20.01.2013
- POSTCAPES. A brief history of the internet of things. 16.01.2013. http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-history
- Van Kranenburg, Bob otros. The internet of things. “In retrospect it looks like the rapid growth of the World Wide Web may have been just the trigger charge that is now setting off the real explosion, as things start to use the Net.” . NEIL GERSHENFELD Paper Prepared for the 1st Berlin Symposium on Internet and Society October 25-27, 2011
- Sanz, Elena. “¿Qué es el ‘Internet de las Cosas’?”. 11.01.2013. http://www.muyinteresante.es/ique-es-el-qinterneA group of companies launched the IPSO Alliance to promote the use of Internet Protocol (IP) in networks of "smart objects" and to enable the Internet of Things.
Bosch, Cisco, Ericsson, Intel, SAP, Sun, Google and Fujitsu. t-de-las-cosasq
- “El internet de las cosas abre un enorme abanico de posibilidades para el retail en el #2013CES”. 18.01.2013. http://www.marketingdirecto.com/actualidad/digital/el-internet-de-las-cosas-abre-un-enorme-abani• Chine and Europe: we use the concept IoT
BURKHARDT, Judith. “The Internet of Things” in Research Trends in Media Informatics. 30 July 2010.
FLEISCH, Elgar “What is the internet of things? An Economic Perspective” in Auto-ID Labs White Paper WP-BIZAPP-053. January 2010 Bibliography IoT: Interaction of psychical objects between each other and people through an Internet network. We don't really know how it will affect our daily life Nowadays, there are already some examples:
• Pebble (Smartwatch) Internet of things will cause a lot of changes in relations between people, between objects and between people and objects.
Our daily life will become much more easy and comfortable due to objects like:
• A fridge which warns when food is almost lapsed and automatically buy more on its own account
• Tennis which are able to record the distance and the speed done in a week
• Toilets which analyze the urine and are able to recommend a specific diet
• A toothbrush which detects cavities and make and appointment to the dentist So in a near future houses will become smarthouses, then cities will be smartcities and finally the world will become a smartworld Time will tell Big technological step in communication between humans and things. 1999 2003 2005 2006 2008 2010 1991 “The goal is making the computer disappear, to make you not seeing it anymore”. MARKWEISER “I could be wrong, but I'm fairly sure the phrase "Internet of Things" started life as the title of a presentation I made at Procter & Gamble (P&G) in 1999. Linking the new idea of RFID in P&G's supply chain to the then-red-hot topic of the Internet was more than just a good way to get executive attention. It summed up an important insight which is stil often misunderstood." KEVIN ASHTON •The term came out and become main-stream, several publications like The Guardian, Scientific American, and Boston Globe published information about it.
•RFID deployed for a massive scale. The development of EPC, global RFID-based item identification system, makes a difference in IoT research. - Disappearing computers projects:
- Intelligence Information interfaces. International Telecomunications Union ITU published its first report on the topic:
"A new dimension has been added to the world of information and communication technologies (ICTs): from anytime, any place connectivity for anyone, we will now have connectivity for anything. Connections will multiply and create an entirely new dynamic network of networks – an Internet of Things" Recognition by the EU and the First European IOT conference set up. A group of companies launched the IPSO Alliance to promote the use of Internet Protocol (IP) in networks of "smart objects" and to enable the Internet of Things. - More and more companies and institutions are catching the train to a global IoT future, creating a new and solvent business.
- China and Europe show their continued interest and support in the subject and are planning to make major investments in it. •Tecnological advance whose idea lies in the fact of communicating and linking all the things that exists in the real world with a virtual world.
•Concept that refers to tangible objects, persons or animals (all the data) and their virtual representation in an Internet stucture. What is it? - Chine and Europe: we use the concept IoT
- USA: is more common to use the concept smart object, smart grid smart: things that can describe its own possible interaction, and which can provide their information, leading to something that could be named as artificial intelligence. The name With RFID tags, which are radio frequency identifications whoes function is to identify the object through radiowaves, and has to be sticked on it.
All smarts objects have some form of electro-magnetic identifications. How does it work Functions - Helps being noticed and connected to everyone and everything.
- It's the top of our structure and makes it more managealbe, leading to a more confortable life: you can use it for all simply activities of your everyday life leaving you more free time.
- It could change the way we use objects, services and it can lead changings on governance tools.
- It’s not only our relationship with objects that changes, but also the relationship between the objects themselves. All the objects that carries an RFID tag can communicate with others if they are also in a database. So, therefore your washing machine could talk with your computer or air conditioning. “Every thing you buy, every person you meet, every move you make. They could be watching you.” - Data privacy and security - Difficulties in getting used to use it - No transparency We won't understand why thing happen - Capacity of thinking will be lost * No human memory needed
* No human abilities (all of them will be replaced) Intelligence replaced by extelligence, (“knowledge and tools that are outside people’s heads”.) - A large amount of money is required