Capabilities Offered by the Internet Of Things

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IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

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IBM // Oil & Gas Journal
Seminar

December 2013

Capabilities

Offered by the

Internet Of Things

Smarter
Infrastructure

For Oil and Gas

Seminar

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

Hundreds of millions, then billions,
of individuals and businesses, with
billions of smart, communicating
devices……


…….will change the way we work,
learn and innovate


Technology Forces Are Driving The Connected Economy

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

The Internet of Things


Vast Potential in Connected Devices

3

Real
-
Time
Systems

Sensor / Actuator /
ID Systems

Control
Systems

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Content

Driven

Systems

GUI
-
Based
Systems

Non GUI
-
Based Systems

Processor / Platforms

Chip / Logic
Systems

Industrial I/O

Basic Appliance Controls

Toys & Games

64
-
Bit

Smart Tags, RF
-
ID

Simple Appliance & Machine Controls

Wireless inteligent Sensors, Industrial
Monitors

Hydraulics / Pneumatics Devices

Smart Cards, Safety Systems

Elevators, Auto Subsystems

Industrial process Equip

Auto Power
-
train / Braking / Safety

Smart / Network Appliances

Motion Control

Meters & Advanced Sensors

Set
-
Top Box / Audio / Video / Systems

AMR / AMI Meters, Machine Controls, HVAC

Office Equipment, Security Systems

Residential Gateways, Routers & Hubs

Test / Diagnostics Equipment,

Network Switches / Routers

Office Equipment, Medical Systems, Small Servers

Telematics / Navigation Systems, Digital Cameras

High Level Multiprocessor Servers / Mainframes

Application Servers & Workstations

Desktop / Laptop / Tablet PCs,

ATM’s & POS Systems

Smart Phones / PDA / Hand
-
Held POS

Power Consumption Becomes
Driver

Less Deterministic

More Deterministic

The ratio of devices that operate autonomously, versus those that have human interfaces has eclipsed
ratios of 10:1 and will move toward 100’s and even 1000’s…


IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

Advent of Smart Systems & Services

4

Managed

Services

System Applications
& Services

Networks & Network
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Customers & Users

Embedded
Sensing &
Intelligence

Software
Arch &
Tools

Products

Products

Channels

Channels

Virtually all electronic and electro
-
mechanical products are being
designed to automatically transmit
information about status,
performance and usage and can
interact with people and other
devices in real
-
time.

Connectivity of
Things & People

Broader reach and range of

dependable wireless networks will

drive significant new applications

value from improved reliability,

quality and data rates.

Availability of new managed

services based on data
aggregation, management and
analytics capabilities.

Ability to sense and respond in real time will drive more
adaptive capabilities. Significant growth for asset management,
location tracking services, security, and supply chain
integration based on interactions among devices, mobile
workers and systems management.

Pervasive Network

Integration

Value Added

Services

New Application Values

Smart Services is a concept in which inputs


from machines, people, video streams, maps,
newsfeeds, sensors, and more

is digitized and placed onto networks integrating people,
devices, processes, and content to enable collective awareness

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

Factors Driving Smart Systems and IoT Industry Growth Growth

5

Ubiquity


Broader availability of wireless networks


Improved quality and data rates


Network enhancements to support smart
devices


Service


Availability of remote diagnostics /
upgrades


Uptime


device control and remote
device health/maintenance


Growing availability of cloud services &
applications support

OEM Adoption


Traditionally, connectivity has been “bolted
on” to remote devices


Technology capabilities and lower costs are
driving wide range of OEMs to embed and
integrate network
-
based capabilities

Cost


Comms technology rapidly dropping in
price


volumes beginning to drive scale


Cost and complexity of enablement still
requires skilled system implementation
activity but getting easier

Security


Highly secure requirements


Better defined and improved security
standards


Newer generation of tools allowing for
more device
-
centric offerings


Carrier Endorsement


Carriers are increasingly focusing on M2M
opportunity, with dedicated sales teams
and appropriate compensation plans


Data is providing very meaningful revenue
and profit growth for Carriers


Traditional telephony becoming saturated

Applications


Consumer applications positively
impacting B2B and related adoption (e.g.
smartphone, tablets/readers, etc.)


Broad growth forecast for Asset
Management, Security, Energy, Supply
Chain & Logistics, and Customer
Support

Regulatory


Rapidly advancing policy initiatives in
Public Safety, Utilities, Healthcare


Growing adoption/interest in Resources,
Buildings, Transportation, and Medical

ROI


Empirical results from real
-
world programs
are promising and expanding interest to
new players


Economics in general are becoming
progressively more attractive

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

Smart Systems Technology Evolution

6

Smart Services and the development of systems to monitor, manage and control physical
systems have evolved from three separate legacy technology histories….

Mobile/Dispersed
Asset
-
Centric

Equipment
-

Centric (SCADA)

Facility
-

Centric

Designing and
developing systems
focused on building,
facility and energy
management…


Designing and developing
systems focused on highly
distributed and scalable
wireless sensors and devices

Designing and developing
systems focused on
mobile and dispersed
applications

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

As The Physical & Virtual Worlds Converge, Connectivity Becomes
Universal

7

As networks have invaded the “physical” world, traditionally unique components and interfaces between and
among electronic and electro
-
mechanical elements are becoming more and more standardized…

Software Tools, Middleware

Network Infrastructure & Connectivity

Mobile

Equipment

Aerospace

On
-
Road

Off
-
Road

Complex Systemic Equipment

Fixed

Equipment

Tools &

Infrastructure

Electronic Interconnect

Systems and

Equipment

Types

Systems Applications

Carrier & Network Services

Services &

Applications

Standard Machines & Equipment

Facility Systems & Equipment

Facility Infrastructure Components & Sub
-
Systems

Marine

Rail

Facility

Systems

& Equipment

Mechanical Sub
-
Systems & Components

Fluid & Pneumatic Sub
-
Systems & Components

Electrical Sub
-
Systems & Components

Machine/Device

Sub
-
Systems,

Assemblies,

Modules &

Components

Power &

Control

Systems

Semiconductors & Micro
-
Electronics

Embedded

Electronics

Terminals

Diagnostic Tools

Mobile Telephony,

IT Terminals & Tools

SmartPhones

Tablets

Vehicles

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

These Trends Are Just As True Within Traditional Control
Environments

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IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

Architecture, Standards & Relationships Are Required For Market
Growth

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Connections


Time

Compound



Integrated Automation,
Condition Monitoring & Asset
Management Systems


Managed Security Services

Complex



Crowd
-
Sourced Content for
Machine Troubleshooting


Brokerage / Auction for Spare
Parts or Sub
-
Contractors




Simple



Equipment Monitoring


Maintenance Dispatch


Alerts & Alarms


Complex Applications


Applications that drive interactions between
and among devices, device sub
-
systems and
people and can also allow extending/expanding
values from third party collaboration and large
scale [big] data integration/analytics




Multi
-
Vendor Brokered Services



Integrated Real Time Pricing for Electricity



Multi
-
vendor Maintenance Collaboration

Sensor Data

Fusion / Integration

Compound Applications


Applications that involve multiple
collaborating [peer
-
peer] devices or
significant interactions between and among
devices, systems and people.



Multi
-
Party Equipment Support


Real
-
Time Demand Response
Maintenance Support & Collaboration

Real
-
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Demand

Response

IT, Ops &

Process

Automation

Integration

Collaboration

& Analytics


Simple Applications


Applications tend to be remote support
-
driven applications that involve
monitoring/upgrades of installed base of
machines in the field


such as motors,
instruments, machines, etc.




Tracking



Product Support



Product Upgrades



Diagnostics / Monitoring

Industrial

Equipment

Monitoring

Field


Force

Dispatch

The Smart Systems opportunity is still relatively young with substantial growth potential


the bulk of the potential is ahead for this arena

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

Smart Systems & Mobility: “Compound” Benefits

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20%

40%

60%

80%

100%

Machine or

Equipment

Purchase Price

Software Updates

Labor Costs

Support

Contracts

Energy &

Resources

Parts Replacement

Cost of Downtime

Administration

Life Cycle Cost To
Support Equipment
Can Range from 5X
To As Much As 15X
The Purchase Cost of
the Equipment or
Device


Investment case and
ROI is very short
when life cycle costs
rise above 5X the
equipment purchase
cost


Monitor asset performance in real


time can
improve asset productivity by up to ~20%



Monitoring asset performance in real


time can
reduce accident frequency by up to ~85%



Integrated real time inventory management can
reduce field inventories by up to ~60%

Start
-
Up

Operate

Maintenance

Design

Build

Sell

Finance

Install

Mobility
technologies
particularly when
combined with
connected assets
expands values

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

Oil and Gas Perspective

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Refining


Refinery Networks

Processing & Transport

Pipelines

Tank Farms

Extraction & Production

FPSO

ROV

Land
Drill

Offshore

Networks Perspective:


Provide real time data from extraction
and drilling equipment and related
systems, transport systems and
refineries to enterprise systems
continues to be the critical
requirement:



Real time asset information needs
to be widely available across the
corporate environment



Real time information also needs to
be provided to other applications
and interacted with across vendors
and service providers



Ownership of the data will be critical
dimension in evolution of systems


Challenges



Systems need to be resilient


Standard open communications schemes are relatively new to the industry


New ways of working for industry participants, support providers and systems vendors


Often need to work in parallel with data feeds to the service company systems


Assets such as drilling rigs may not be company owned


security challenges in many
locations and practices


Need for robust interactions will tend to conflict with security and ownership challenges

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

Sensor & Data Intelligence Rapidly Evolving

12

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connectivity

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Intelligence

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Database Server

Sensor Data
Intelligence

Content Server

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With App

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Account
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Industrial

Equipment

Cloud connections
need to be readily
accessible and
available

Devices need
information
architecture to
freely share and
broker data

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Devices

The Cloud

Key Requirements:


Embedded connectivity in devices
such that they can talk directly to
applications on any supplier’s UI
devices


Capabilities for mobile field force
management as well as multi
-
party
collaboration capabilities


Deliver new applications via cloud
services (SaaS) to drive
subscription model


Peer
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sensors, devices, systems and
cloud


Capabilities for integration of
structured data, unstructured data
as well as time series (real
-
time)
data


Application development tools suitable
for users as well as third party
services provides and integrators

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

Fragmented Sensor and Data Requirements, But Discernible
Patterns…

= Significant Use

= Critical Tool

= Less Critical

= Little Use

Measurement &
Diagnostic Types
& Applications

Vibration

Oil/Fluid

Thermal/Infrared

Ultrasonic/

Acoustic

Electrical

Precision

Balancing

Oil & Gas

PetroChem

Food &

Consumer

Pulp & Paper

Other

Converting

Electronics


Metal Parts

Transportation

Hospitals

Data Centers

Resource/Process

Converting

Discrete

Building

Utilities

Metals

Higher Propensity To Adopt New
Tools & More Explicit Strategies In
Place

Uneven Propensity To Adopt New Tools

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

Services & Solutions

Asset Status

Reduce
Maintenance
Time

Increased
Utilization

Increase
Availability

Reduce

Costs

Reduce

Capital

Expenditures

Reduce Energy

Consumption

Asset

Configuration

Financial

Management

Improve

Utilization

Reduce
Safety
Stock

Inventory

Reconciliation

Increased
Throughput

Increased

Safety

Customer/User
Satisfaction

Customer/User

Differentiation

Systems

Specialization

SLA Record

Reduce Incidents

Environment Compliance

Staff Training

Production Staff Time

Customer Needs

Critical Requirements

Financing

Fixed Asset Control

Maintenance Cost

Financial Reporting

Facility Mgt

Asset Utilization

Scheduling

Capacity Planning

Improved Procedures/

Methods


Increased

Uptime

Increase

Performance

& Effectiveness

Purchasing

Materials Costs

Customer Needs &
Buying Behaviors Are
Driven Either By

Performance


Or

Costs & Support

Customers Have Rapidly Growing Service & Support Needs

IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

Transition To Fully Distributed Systems Will Drive New
Requirements

Future Topology

Enterprise Level

HMI

PC/Switch

Parameter Monitoring
and Warning

Actuators

Drives

Sensors

Field Bus Units For
Signal Transmission

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IBM Oil & Gas Seminar

December 2013

While Many New Info Tools Are Being Adopted, Few Address Real
Needs…

Maintenance, because of its ad
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of the last functions to be networked and
automated:



Maintenance, while important, has been a
“second class citizen” from an investment and
skills development standpoint



Virtually all the adjacent technologies that have
developed in and around the maintenance
function have not provided significant benefits to
maintenance personnel



Existing systems are not well integrated and the
information they accumulate cannot be easily
accessed across differing application systems



Customers are better understanding of the value
of “remote” services largely due to the growing
presence of adjacent technologies such as cloud
computing


Industrial

Automation, Controls, Sensors & Actuators

Motion /


CNC

Drives,

Motors

DCS / OCS

PLCs

Sensors &

Actuators

Supervisory Control & Information Management

DCS

SCADA

Batch

CBM & Remote

Services

MMI

Process Systems, Equipment and Shop Floor Devices

CMMS

Advanced Planning &
Scheduling

Manufacturing Execution Systems

(WIP Tracking, Process Management, Reporting)

Product Data

Management

CAD/CAE

Systems

Product
& Process

Engineering Systems

Supply Chain Management

ERP / SCM / Planning

Sales & Service

Management

Production Planning & Execution

Process

Planning Tools

ERP/SCM & Enterprise Applications

Quality Systems
(LIMS,
SQC)

Information Flows

In
-
House Maintenance Functions

Third Party Maintenance Services

Test, Measurement & Analytics Tools

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Current Systems Fall Short of Expectations




Planning, Monitoring

& Management Tools

Remote Services &

Ad
-
Hoc

Systems

Automation & Control Tools



EAM /

CMMS

Plant


Historian

Equipment

& Maintenance
Monitoring & Measurement

SCADA

/ CBM

Systems

Control

Systems

System

Attributes

Function

Maintenance


Planning

Troubleshooting,


Process
Improvement

Trouble
Shooting

&

Predictive Maintenance

Equipment


Monitoring

Process


Control

Installation &/or

Usage Type

Temporal

Fixed

Temporary / Ad Hoc Monitoring

Fixed

Fixed

Data

Value

Medium

Medium

Medium
-
High

High

High

System

Oversight/

Design

Operations

Planner

Production


Personnel

Process Developers &

Maintenance

Manufacturing

Engineer

Control

Systems

Engineer













System Use











Production


Engineers

High


Medium

Low

High

High

Plant

Maintenance


Low

Low

High

Low


Low


Facilities

Staff

Low

Low

Medium

N/A

N/A

OEM Field

Support

High

Medium

Low

Medium
-

High

Medium

3
rd

Party


Service

Medium

Medium
-

Low

High

Medium
-

High

Low













Underserved Function

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Systems

Design &
Development
Services

Systems
Management

& Optimization

Services

Field Service

&

Support

Best
-
In
-
Class

Control Systems

Measurement &
Verification

Program

Management

Asset


Analysis

Asset

Benchmarking

Reliability


Centered
Maintenance

Predictive
Maintenance

Safety &

Compliance

Services

Field Maintenance

& Repair Services

Parts & Parts

Management

Design / deploy unique motion and drive control solutions to achieve best
-
in
-
class
optimization of process, support and non
-
process operational assets.

Monitoring & measurement of specific process, process support and non
-
process
systems variables that improve system performance.

Global program / project management services designed to maximize effective
implementation of systems, delivering a consistent, quality
-
based program.

Collect and analyze information to identify optimization opportunities for process
and systems analyzed independently and together as interdependent systems.

Benchmark key performance data for systems performance. Key areas to assess
include process, process
-
support, and process and equipment assets.

Optimize maintenance strategies for equipment criticality and failure
--

preventive,
predictive, pro
-
active approaches
--

optimizing cost and uptime.

Provide predictive maintenance and condition
-
based monitoring for critical assets
-
-

current health, warning status, recommended maintenance actions.

Provide solutions that allow customers to manage safety, including integration of
new regulations and ongoing testing, certification and verification support.


Optimize maintenance for repair, upgrades and support, including field engineer
and technical support for trouble shooting and services enhancements.




Spare parts location, availability, rapid delivery and response time. Additional
value added requirements include logistics services, repair & re
-
manufacturing.




Exploration


Transportation


Refining


Equipment uptime


Scrap reduction


Energy utilization


Planning/project management


Contract/risk management


Quality/cost management


Modeling / simulation of systems


Quality and throughput indices


Modular software development


Cost per unit of production


Cost per square footage


Level of technology


Right mix of advanced services


Maintenance master plan


Lowest cost reliability


Predictive maintenance plans


Equipment health profiles


Benchmark to standards


Safety and performance criteria


Validation assistance


Waste monitoring


Field service


Warranty services


Maintenance planning


Spare parts


Parts programs


Logistics

Customers
Expect
Suppliers To Organize Integrated Services
Offerings

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Smart Services Value Creation Models



Embedded


Innovator

Description


Largely focused on
remote support
automation & data value
for specific product

System

Professional


Leverages services
automation to feed diverse
needs across product
provider delivery chain


Builds broad support
capabilities across the entire
life cycle of target equipment
or delivery chain

Solutionist

“Solo” Business Models

“Team” Business Models


Largely harvests product
performance data to
understand required
features, functions and
support needs


real
-
time “field intelligence”
on products & customers




Feeds device intelligence
from field to support for
efficiencies
-

offers pre
-
emptive maintenance &
replenishment via remote
monitoring & diagnostics of
its smart, networked
products


Offers new business process
or application/performance
optimization values
-

sells life
cycle and optimization
capabilities


leverages
partner interactions & value
across delivery based on
“preferred access”




Owns product life
-
cycle and
customer relationship. Co
-
designs,
finances, installs, maintains,
replenishes & optimizes product
usage. Provides access to
“qualified” third
-
parties via shared
interactions and activities. Delivery
chain players can‘t be cut out of
the services loop by competitors or
channel partners.

Collaborator

Value Chain

Aggregator


Collects, organizes data with
aim to optimize interactions
across single provider dominant
delivery chain


Builds and extends value via
collaboration with customers,
channels and providers across
collective delivery chains


Enters the customer’s business
as a problem
-
solving, value
-
creating partner who then
collaborates to create new or
extending values. Uses acquired
info
-
techniques and domain
expertise to move into new/
adjacent business process or
application values

Model

Summary

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ENVIRONMENT


Largely focused on remote
support automation & data value
for specific product

Manage System/
User

Experience
& Delivery Chain Relationships,
Intelligence and Interactions

Foster Multi
-
Vendor,
Multi
-
User Interactions
& Cooperative Mgmt


Leverages services automation
to feed diverse needs across
product provider delivery chain


Builds broad support
capabilities across the entire
life cycle of target equipment
or delivery chain

Success Will Depend On Ability to Leverage Open Models

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Compound

Complex



Embedded


Innovator

System

Professional

Solutionist

Collaborator

Value Chain

Aggregator

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Equipment OEMs and services providers will need to enable
maintenance collaboration between and across support
ecosystem

Managed Service Example: Smart Collaborative Maintenance
Services

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Customer Feedback On Smart Remote Diagnostic Services

22

Security & Reliability

Data Management

Analytics Impact

Deployment Rising

Interoperability Critical

Willingness To Pay

Cloud Services

Collaboration Rising

User Experience

Industrial security is “top of list” issue with industrial users

Want multiple options for data management


local (on premise) & remote

See big benefits


want better software tools for diagnostic analytics


Growing number of users are planning programs for remote services

Data cannot be easily accessed across differing application systems



Willingness to pay in users with remote services history and experience

Sophisticated users see big shift in budgets from capex to opex

Users see many opportunities for using new mobile technologies


Want better more intuitive software for maintenance workers

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Retail / Commercial


Resources


Healthcare

Telecom & IT


Consumer /

Professional

Industrial

Discrete
Manufacturing

Electronics
Manufacturing


Transportation

Smart Systems and

Internet of Things Venue Map


Commercial Service
Equipment


Cleaning Appliances


Cold Storage
Appl


Cooking Appliances


Laundry Appliances


POS & Vending &
Professional

Supply Chain,
Garage & Gas Stn

Hotels, Venues &
Restaurants


Ind / Professional
Maintenance


Commercial Service
Equipment


Surveillance Sys


Cleaning
Appliances


Commercial Service
Equipment


Stage, Venue, Hotel
Entertainment


Home Office &
Infrastructure


Enterprise IT


Networking


Telecom Equip


Residential

Commercial &
Institutional


Electrical


HVAC


Lighting


Safety


Security


Transit



Appliances


Electrical


HVAC


Lighting


Safety


Security

Aerospace

Construction


Civilian Aircraft


Military Aircraft



Construction
Material Handling


Ground Works
Plant

Hospitals &
Healthcare


Fixed Patient
Monitoring


Patient Care


Patient Diagnostic

Mining, Oil & Gas

Alternative

Power


Co
-
Generation
Equipment


Solar Farms
Equipment


Wind Farm
Equipment


Electrical
Distribution


Electricity
Transmission


Generation Plant
& Equipment


Home

Home Office


Appliances


Infotainment


Lifestyle Devices


Small Appliances


Home IT


IT Ancilliary



Research
Instruments



Research
Laboratories

Mobile

Office


Comm’s Devices


Enterprise IT


Home IT


Infotainment


Lifestyle


Comm’s Devices


Enterprise IT


IT Ancilliary


Support


Handling /
Processing Sys


Machine Control


Test / Inspection



Silicon Fabrication


Assembly, Test &
Inspection Equip


Commercial
Vehicles


Consumer Vehicles


Military Vehicles


Recreational
Vehicles


Cargo Ships


Fishery Craft


Military Ships


Recreational Craft


Freight &
Passenger Trains



Utilities


Electrical
Distribution
Equipment &
Devices

Utilities & Water


Gas Distribution


Water Distribution


Water Production
Plant & Equipment


Resource Extraction
Equip

Agriculture


Farming Plant


Irrigation Systems


Soil Preparation


Bus, Rail &
Highway
Infrastructure


Commercial Service
Equipment


Surveillance
Systems


Outpatient Clinics


Blood Glucose
Monitors


Electro
-
Cardiac
Monitors


Pulse Oximeters


Processing &
Converting


Supply Chain &
Mobile Systems



Process Control
Systems



Handling /
Processing Sys


Ind /Professional
Maintenance
Equip

On
-
Road & Off
-
Road

Marine & Railways

Transportation

Infrastructure

Research
Laboratories


Research
Equipment


Research
Instruments


Commercial
Service Equipment


Signage Devices


Advertising &
Financial Services

Demand

& Supply

Side Power

Energy

Buildings

Government &
Institutional


Airport Systems


CCTV


ID Systems


Intruder Detect


Radar & Sonar


Surveillance



Home


Lifestyle Devices


Fitness Devices


Resource
Extraction Equip


Oil, Gas Production
Plant & Equipment


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Harbor Research


Strategies For Smart Systems and The Internet of
Things

Convene

Advise

Research

Collaborative

Design

System

Discovery

Market

Discovery

Discovering

And Developing

Smart

Businesses

Discover / Understand
Emerging Opportunities



Domains


Technologies


Markets

Plan / Build New
Businesses



Analysis


Strategy


Planning

Design / Develop

Platforms and Systems:



Collaborative Design


Interactive Forums


Community Participation



and Validation


we combine deep domain and
technology


knowledge, creative processes and facilitation
and


an extensive network of expertise and
relationships as growth catalysts…..