Overall IoT for Smart City

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1. By CHIDCHANOK KANJANALAP EGIT/M 5737289 2. Source: Cisco, iDA SG, Gartner The network of physical objects that contain embedded technology to communicate and interact with their internal states or the external environment. [1] These would be connectivity to everyone to everything in everywhere, all the time [2] The combination of data streams and services created by digitizing everything creates four basic usage models (Manage, Monetize, Operate and Extend. These four basic models can be applied to any of the four "Internets". [3] 3. Figure 1. The Internet of Things Was Born Between 2008 and 2009 Source: Cisco IBSG, April 2011 4. The popularity of smartphones, tablets and other Web- enabled, connected devices further fuels social media and networking activities. Source: IDA Analytics, Machine Research Accenture analysis 2013 5. Source: Gartner Identifies 4 Fundamental 2014 Manage - Looking at the status of the Asset to improve Utilization This model is essentially involved in the optimization of asset utilization within an environment. As various assets (which could be a device or piece of equipment, or a location, such as a meeting room or a parking space) are connected and are able to provide up-to-date status information, then utilization can be optimized through appropriate systems to match assets with needs. Monetize - Charging for Usage of the Asset on an Incremental Basic This is specific business model that is about the monetization of a physical asset by accurately measuring usage. It enables a (potentially very expensive) capital asset to be used as the basis for a usage-based service. Operate - Using the Asset to Control Its Surroundings This model builds on the well-established realm of "operational technology," which is technology used to manage the equipment and processes inside manufacturing plants, Operational technology is increasingly moving away from the proprietary and isolated architectures of the past to exploit more mainstream technology, software and architectures and, in doing so, coming in some cases under the CIO's and the IT department's purview. Extend - Providing Additional Digital Information or Services Through an Asset A physical supply chain ends when a product or asset is shipped. However, when that asset is connected, a digital supply chain continues to exist in which digital services and products can be delivered to that asset. 6. Source: Cisco IBSG, April 2011 7. Peer-to-peer connections Low-latency real-time interaction Integration of devices 8. New Mobile Networks Capabilities TV Whitespaces (TVWS) and Related Technologies Wi-Fi and Hotspot 2.0 IPV6 Optical Transport Network (OTN) Sensor energy. 9. Convenient and Comfortable Life Oriented Toward (Individual IoT) Users (Industrial IoT) Enhanced Productivity and Efficiency and Creation of New Added-Values (Public IoT) Better and Safe Society 10. 1. Vision: setting the goal and the roadmap to get there 2. Solutions: bringing in the technology to improve the efficiency of the urban systems 3. Integration: combining information and operations for overall city efficiency 4. Innovation: building each city's specific business model 5. Collaboration: driving collaboration between global players and local stakeholders 11. 1. TRENDS: Mobility, Apps Economy, Social Economy, Money 2.0, Convergent Experience. 2. TECHNOLOGY: Context-enriched Services, Mobile Wallet, Consumer Personal Cloud, HTML5 Mobile Web Apps such as > Real-time decisioning > BitCoin > Bump P2P payment > Biometrics payment 3. User Interface: Market Trends, Stakeholder Benefits, Enabling Technologies, Implications 4. Internet of Things: New Sensor Capabilities, Wireless Communication and the Rise of Sensor Networks, Security and Privacy Technologies, Analytics, Wearable Computers 12. Why's Korea setting the goal and the roadmap to get IoT Services? After going through the industrial and information revolutions, our society is currently experiencing a hyper-connected revolution based on the Internet of Things (IoT), in which many objects are connected to the Internet. IoT will be used as a means to solve current issues in society in terms of public administration (improving civil services), industry (improving productivity, efficiency, and added-value), and individuals (improving safety, convenience, and other aspects related to quality of life). Though Korea still lags behind major countries globally in terms of IoT competitiveness, it has enough potential* to stand as a leader of the global market with its top-class ICT infrastructure and manufacturing capacities. Source: Korea - IoT Master Plan 2014 13. Strategy 1. Increase Collaboration Among Players in the Ecosystem (SPNDSe) Figure 2. The Internet of Things Was Born Between 2013 and 2018 14. Strategy 2. Promote Open Innovation Figure 2. The Internet of Things Was Born Between 2013 and 2018 15. Strategy 3. Develop and Expand Services Targeted Toward the Global Market Wireless Communication Network Interconnection Process Control Product Identification Barcode, RFID Sensor Network, Automation Web Technologies, Internet RFID, GSM, 3G, 4G, 5G, WLAN, WiMax, LTE 16. Strategy 4. Develop Customized Strategies for Large Businesses, SMEs, and Startups 1. For Global and Large Businesses: Strengthen alliances to secure platform competitiveness and lead open partnerships based on mutual growth and cooperation between large businesses and SMEs 2. For SMEs: Develop and provide an open platform and test-bed to reduce development costs and time-to-market, and support collaboration among businesses of different areas such as software, sensors, devices, and user businesses 3. For startups: Establish an ecosystem for realizing ideas into products and businesses, such as open source hardware or software and D.I.Y. (Do It Yourself, where users can develop products on their own) 17. 1. Establish and Expand Creative IoT Service Market Develop Promising IoT Platform and Expand Services Develop and Expand New ICBM Converged Services Develop User-Oriented Creative Services 2. Foster Global Businesses Specialized in IoT Promote Open Global Partnerships Promote the Smart Device Industry Promote Smart Sensor Industry Support Shared Growth of the Traditional Industry and New Software Industry Comprehensive Life Cycle Support 3. Establish an Infrastructure for the Safe and Dynamic Development of IoT Improve Information Security Infrastructure Expand Wired and Wireless Infrastructure Develop Core Technologies and Foster Manpower Establish an Liberal and Competitive Industrial Environment