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Bill Morelli
Associate Director

Internet Connected Devices:
Evolving from the “Internet of Things”
to the “Internet of Everything”
SEMI Texas Fall Outlook – October 30, 2013
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IoT vs Connected Devices
Internet of Things (IoT)
The concept that the status & location data of objects can be used to
automate systems, and provide real-time monitoring of people and
things
→ these dynamic interactions are intended to improve efficiency, productivity,
and quality of life


Internet Connected Device
Any IP addressable device that can directly access or be accessed by
other internet connected devices

ranging from basic sensors and telemetry to powerful computing devices
with a full OS and UI
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IoT Technologies
Wired
WPAN
WLAN
WWAN
 Cellular
 Satellite
 802.11x  Bluetooth
 ANT
 ZigBee
 Etc…

 Ethernet
 Coax
 Fiber
 Etc…
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IoT Market Segmentation
Node
Endpoint with
limited
intelligence, e.g
RFID tag, sensor
Controller
Intelligent device
with UI, e.g.
smartphone,
tablet
Infrastructure
Devices which
handle data, e.g.
switches, routers
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IoT Applications
Consumer
Automotive
Telecommunications
Home & Building
Automation
Data Center &
Cloud
Consumer
Devices
Medical
Commercial
Transportation
Industrial
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Internet of Things Hierarchy

Connected Electronic Devices - Classic versions
of a Bluetooth headset, printer, computer monitor,
DVD player, licensed mobile radio unit, etc.

IP-addressable Connected Devices: Tablet PC,
smartphone, Infotainment head unit, smart meter,
EV charging station, home health hub, etc.
All Objects
Electronic
Connected
IP
Addressable
Internet
Connected
Closed
Network
Non-IP
Addressable
Unconnected
Non-
Electronic
Tagged
Untagged
Internet of Everything
Internet of Things

Unconnected Objects Devices - Classic versions
of a desk, chair, soda can, fire hydrant, animal
collar, shipping pallet, buildings, etc.

Unconnected Electronic Devices - Classic
versions of a calculator, streetlight, vending
machine, coffee maker, blood pressure monitor,
etc.
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Internet of Everything Evolution
Internet of Everything (IoE): represents the open access to data from
one or more monitoring and control systems by third-party applications
to provide unique, additional value to stakeholders.
Connect
Devices
Collect
Data
Access
Data
Complex
Analytics
Unique
Value
• Connectivity
• Intelligence
• Sensors
• Storage
• Cloud
• Standards
• Open APIs
• SECURITY
• “Big Data” Realize the true
potential of a
connected
society….
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IoT Forecast, World, 2011 - 2025
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4,000
6,000
8,000
10,000
12,000
14,000
16,000
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10,000
20,000
30,000
40,000
50,000
60,000
2011
2012
2013
2016
2019
2022
2025
Automotive
Communications, Fixed
Communications, Mobile
Computers
Consumer
Industrial
Medical
Military & Aerospace
New Device Shipments
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Market Drivers & Enablers

Expanding Capacity
- IPV6 Implementation
- Network upgrades (LTE & fiber)
- Efficient/improved Backhaul
- Data Centers


Ultra-Low Power
Very low power processors which can be implemented in a
wide range of industrial (and novel) applications will be
increasingly important.


Market Penetration
As IP-addressable devices become more commonplace and
IoT use cases better understood, the commercial benefits are
expected to drive increased connectivity.


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Market Challenges & Restraints

Global Economy: Many IoT initiatives rely on significant
infrastructure investments. The next 2-3 years are expected to
see slow uptake as a result of tighter consumer budgets, a
sluggish housing market, and lower overall Industrial CapEx.


Business Models: A compelling business case with a solid
ROI is required for equipment manufacturers, end-users, or
service providers who are considering investment in the
internet connected devices market.


Security & Privacy: Potential benefits of IoT for consumers
and businesses include more personalized goods and services
– however, to gain user acceptance this information sharing
must balance personalization with privacy, and all must be
highly secure

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IoT Case Study – Smart Port Logistics
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Hamburg’s docks are limited to an area
of 27.8 square miles, yet the number of
containers that pass through each year
is expected to triple from the current 9.1
million.

"Smart Port Logistics", a 3 month joint
pilot project by the Hamburg Port
Authority, Deutsche Telekom and SAP
was launched in 2012.

This solution streamlines flows of goods and keeps up to 40,000 vehicles a
day in check.

Real-time information about freight orders and the traffic situation provided by
an IT-assisted traffic management system.

Optimized flow of goods minimizes traffic jams and waiting times for truck
drivers.
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Q & A
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Thank you
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Bill Morelli
Associate Director – M2M & Internet of Things
+1 (512) 582-2010
bill.morelli@ihs.com