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  • Internet of Things: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

    Kris Pister Prof. EECS, UC Berkeley Founder, Dust Networks

  • Vision 2030 What happens when sensors become tiny and wireless? RAND, 1992

  • Smart Dust, 2001

  • http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.worldoil.com/WO_MAG/Aug-2003/03-08_outlook_WesternEurope_fig2.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.worldoil.com/magazine/MAGAZINE_DETAIL.asp?ART_ID=2091&MONTH_YEAR=Aug-2003&h=225&w=300&sz=22&hl=en&start=10&tbnid=7v6MshmsHBdm9M:&tbnh=87&tbnw=116&prev=/images?q=grane+platform+statoil+hydro&gbv=2&hl=en&safe=off&sa=X

  • Emerson Process Managmenet, Extreme Wireless Applications

  • Emerson Process Managmenet, Extreme Wireless Applications

  • Emerson Process Managmenet, Extreme Wireless Applications

  • Emerson Process Managmenet, Extreme Wireless Applications

  • Single-chip mote? • Goals:

    – Standard CMOS – Low power – Minimal external components

    uP SRAM Radio ADC

    Temp Amp

    RTC crystal

    battery

    antenna

    AES Location Time

    Zero

    RF crystal MEMS

  • Acceleration Sensing Glove, 1999 • Accelerometers on fingertips • Wireless on wrist • Basic keyboard, mouse motions • Mouse, keyboard, sign language

  • Ring GINA

    “Ring GINA: A Wearable Computer Interaction Device”, Greenspun, Pister, 2013

    • Guidance and Inertial Navigation Assistant • 9 axis IMU • Ring form factor

    – Ring GINA • Bluetooth GINA

  • Progression • Single chip mote • Finger tip accelerometers • Virtual keyboard …and beyond

  • The Future • Reliable, secure, low-power, interoperable

    – IPv6 on 802.15.4E • Single-chip motes

    – Integrated MEMS for sensing, timing, … • Solar, thermal, vibrational, RF scavenging • Even-lower-power RF

    – 60 GHz low-power mesh – Mostly Mechanical Radios

  • Tech Transfer: Supported Research + BSAC Visiting Industrial Fellows With 1-3 years in residence

    Japanese/Korean Members 2006-2014 Prof. Al Pisano Group

    Prof. Al Pisano Group Prof. Al Pisano Group Prof. Kris Pister Group

    Prof. Liwei Lin Group Prof. Bernhard Boser Group

    Prof. Liwei Lin Group

    Prof. Kris Pister Group

    Prof. Clark Nguyen Group

    Prof. Liwei Lin Group

    Prof. Al Pisano Group

    Prof. Luke Lee Group

    Prof. Liwei Lin Group

    Prof. Ali Javey Group

    Prof Kris Pister Group

    Prof. Liwei Lin Group

    Prof David Horsley Group

    Prof Liwei Lin Group

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    Fujitsu North America Technology Forum 2015

    Naoyuki Sawasaki Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. February 11, 2015

    Wearable Technology for Human Empowerment

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    Human Empowerment

    Empowering people and society by integrat ing real and digital worlds

    ・Human Interact ion Technology ・Ultra-Realist ic Audio & Video

    Mult i-Sense Interfaces

    ・Contextual Computing ・Wearable Assistance-Technology

    Enhanced Abilit ies ・Smart Communicat ion Platform

    Total Connect ivity

     ICT supports abilities of individuals by advanced front interface engaging multiple senses and enabling natural operations

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    Wearables as Means for Human Empowerment

    Continuous Constantly available with people and can assist in real-time

    Custom Configured to be optimal interface to various work scenarios

    Direct Enable to link human behavior to information in the cloud

    Enable front user interface to support various act ivit ies in the field

    Act ion Response

    ICT On site

    Information support

    Visual, auditory and motion information

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    Work Together with Intelligent Cloud

    - Hands-free/eyes-free information ut ilizat ion - Timely support with understanding of work context

    Data discovery, knowledge processing, forecast/indicat ion analysis, self-learning

    Gathering data from real world, understanding the situat ion

    Smart feedback according to the state of human/object

    Back End Scheduling

    system Operation

    management Inventory

    management New

    Services

    Front End

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    Development of Wearables for Industrial Applicat ions

     Head mounted display with embedded camera and voice communication  Input devices for various work scenarios to minimize user’s operations

    • Research on devices enable more direct interaction with services.

    UI Component for Optimized user interface of cloud services

    HMD

    Wearable keypad

    Glove-style

    Ring-style

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    Glove-Style Wearable Wrist Device

    Enables direct interact ion with services by simple physical motions  Triggers required services immediately with a touch operation  NFC tag reader on the finger tip enables “wake on touch” operation

     Hand gesture input by motion sensors  Reliable gesture-recognition algorithm works with a variety of tasks and postures

    NFC tag reader

    Contact-detection sensor

    Gyro sensor Accelerometer NFC tag reading unit

    Soft shell cover

    NFC: Near Field Communication HMD, Headset

    Contact event and tag data Gesture

    input

    Server Back-end services

    Mobile applicat ion Smart devices Work

    instructions

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    Demonstrat ions

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    Demonstrat ions

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    Wearable Ring Device

    Compact & lightweight device that can be used in various field works  "Air-writing": text entry by writing in the air

     Create handwritten memos on images

    Trajectory detect ion of handwrit ten text entry

    Notify user of alarms by LED

    Recognize object using NFC reader

    Write down notes on the image in HMD without stopping work

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    Demonstrat ions

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    Expansion of Internet of Things

     Over 50 billion “Things” will be connected to network in 2020  Market forecast in 2020 : Over 1 trillion dollars

    New services will be created by the big date from connected devices

    Big data

    New services and solut ions

    New services and solut ions

    Data discovery/analysis, Knowledge processing, etc.

    Cloud

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    Wearables and IoT : Hyper-connected space

    Wearables and IoT devices can be dynamically connected around the act ivity space of human being

    NFC

    HMD-type

    Clock-type Module-type

    Medical equipment, sensors, etc. BLE

    BLE

    Doctor

    (Move)

    At pat ient ’s home Hospital In vehicle

    Hyper-connected space by PAN/BAN

    Cloud

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    Future Applicat ions of Wearables and IoT

     Elemental technologies continue to be advanced rapidly. It is important to brush them up to unearth and expand the application areas.

     What kinds of new applications can be created?

    Healthcare Transportat ion/ Logist ics

    Educat ion Infrastructure Maintenance

    Mobility Energy/Smart City

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    Kris Pister Internet of Things: �Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow Slide Number 2 Smart Dust, 2001 Slide Number 4 Slide Number 5 Slide Number 6 Slide Number 7 Slide Number 8 Slide Number 9 Single-chip mote? Acceleration Sensing Glove, 1999 Ring GINA Progression The Future Slide Number 15

    Naoyuki Sawasaki Fujitsu North America �Technology Forum 2015 Human Empowerment Wearables as Means for Human Empowerment Work Together with Intelligent Cloud Development of Wearables for Industrial Applications Glove-Style Wearable Wrist Device Demonstrations Demonstrations Wearable Ring Device Demonstrations Expansion of Internet of Things Wearables and IoT : Hyper-connected space Future Applications of Wearables and IoT Slide Number 14