Industry is a field where we are going to see the Internet of Things have a huge impact. The Industrial Internet of Things tells the story of better and faster decisions thanks to data thanks to connectedness. New values, new businessmodels, automation not only of fysical work but of knowledge work too.
The Industrial Internet of Things
The Industrial Internet of ThingsWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “It gives you a brief inside in what the future will bring”
The next Siemens movie from 2013, The Fourth Industrial revolution, gives a good example of the impact of the Internet of Things on the production process. “In intelligent factories products and machines communicate with eachother, cooperately driving production.” How sensors and rfid-chips tell machines how to process products.
Industrie 4.0 - The Fourth Industrial Revolution
Industrie 4.0 - The Fourth Industrial RevolutionWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “It shows how Siemens is preparing for the fourth industrial revolution”
OK enough for a bit about how the world is going to be a better place thanks to connected devices. There’s another side to that story. What about security in a connected world with open protocols and how about the privacy aspect of all the information that’s being gathered about our lifes? In the Internet of Things: Good or Evil, that’s what’s being discussed. Is it Pandora’s Box we’re opening? “What if you can hack a pacemaker? I’m both fascinated and concerned by the unpredictability of what we are building.”
Alf's Zoo -- The Internet of Things: Good or Evil with Chris Rixon
Alf's Zoo -- The Internet of Things: Good or Evil with Chris RixonWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “Interesting talk between Alf Abuhajleh and Chris Rixon about security and privacy in an Internet of Things world. ”
Because everything is going to be connected, everything and everyone is going to be affected. The amount of examples of the Internet of Things is endless. Some examples. In Nairobi, transit data was inaccessible, inconsistent and unreliable. The Digital Matatus Project changed that. Thanks to a lot of students and mobile technology the transit map of Nairobi is a fact. And the data is open, so people can build applications on top of that. A nice project!
The Digital Matatu Story
The Digital Matatu StoryWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “How technology and a lot of students helped to create structure in the "chaos" of Matatu public transportation in Nairobi.”
The connected house is a promise we’ve been hearing about for ages with fridges talking to grocery stores. Nest was the first ‘intelligent’ thermostat that’s already found a place in millions of homes. It helps saving energy, helps saving money. “Nest programs itself, than pays for itself.”
Meet the 3rd generation Nest Learning Thermostat
Meet the 3rd generation Nest Learning ThermostatWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “The Nest thermostat was one the first serious IoT products entering million living rooms worldwide. This is already version 3.”
The Vanhawk is a connected smart bike. It has a navigation system on board that helps you get to your destination with lights and haptic feedback. And thanks to beacon technology, your bike will always be traceable when stolen.
Vanhawks Connected Smart Bike with GPS
Vanhawks Connected Smart Bike with GPSWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “Vanhawks is a smart bike that wants to make driving safer!”
OK, we’ve talked about what and why and how. Let’s finish with indepth stuff. We don’t know exactly how The Internet of Things is going to change our world. But it’s safe to say that the impact is going to be huge. Michael Porter and Jim Heppelmann talk about the impact on companies when the Internet of Things helps with monitoring, with control, with optimization, with autonomy. A video on the impact of data on business and how the Internet of Things changes product development and production. And how new skills are needed for the workforce of the future.
Michael Porter & Jim Heppelmann : how IoT changes competition and companies : Liveworks 2015
Michael Porter & Jim Heppelmann : how IoT changes competition and companies : Liveworks 2015WHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “Michael Porter and Jim Heppelmann on stage with their talk "How Smart, Connected Products Are Transforming Companies"”
This TIS Picks seems like talking a lot about technology. But it has of course huge impact on us humans. That’s why Tina Aspiala adresses the subject of designing more human, more tactile, more polite stuff. Technology is here to help us!
ThingsCon15: Tina Aspiala
ThingsCon15: Tina AspialaWHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS? “All speakers of Thingscon 2015 in Berlin are interesting. Tina talks on the value of human, tactile and politeness of connected things.”
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