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Kip Compton, VP
Internet of Things (IoT) Systems and Software Group
The Internet of Things:
What Does it Take to Make the
...
Are you ready for the
Internet of Everything?
The Digital World.
What’s Ahead.
Pace of Change
Point-of-Sale
Print
Advertising
CarHotel
Bookstore Taxi Music
Social Mobile Data Cloud
Digital Disruptors
Social Mobile Data Cloud
39%
of the world’s
population
is connected
13B
connected
things
80%
Technology
powers
of business
processes
5000
More data...
Environment
Great Barrier
Reef in Australia
Buoys equipped with
sensors collect
biological, physical,
and chemical data to...
Healthcare
Medication in
The United States
Smart pill bottles
remind patients to take
their medication and
records that th...
Agriculture
Minimizing the Use
of Insecticides
Smart trapping solutions
compile data and map
the number of different
types...
IoE Enables Digital Business
IoE
Connecting people in more
relevant, valuable ways
People
Leveraging data into more
useful...
Applications
Things
App Enablement
Workflow/
Rules Engine
Event
Management
Video
Sensing
Data Normalization
and Modeling
P...
Cloud
IoT and
Cloud
Oil
Platform
Manufacturing
Robot
Construction
Crane
Limited Bandwidth Latency Network Reliability
IoT Cloud Challenges
IoT Requires Distributed Computing
DEVICE
DATA CENTER/CLOUD
IoT Computing Model
(Data Volume, Security, Resiliency, Latenc...
Oil
Platform
Manufacturing
Robot
Construction
Crane
Limited Bandwidth Latency Network Reliability
Solutions for Cloud Chal...
Applications
Things
App Enablement
Workflow/
Rules Engine
Event
Management
Video
Sensing
Data Normalization
and Modeling
P...
IoT Creates Data at Scale Never Seen Before
Analytics Are a Key Part of Value Creation in IoT
A large
refinery generates
1...
A New Approach Is Needed
to Reach and Analyze that Data
Structured Data Unstructured Data Data Streaming at the Edge
Analy...
Applications
Things
App Enablement
Workflow/
Rules Engine
Event
Management
Video
Sensing
Data Normalization
and Modeling
P...
Traditional Security Challenges
Increased Attack Surface
Information Breach
Data Privacy
Smart Objects
Devices
per Person
...
Superior
Visibility
Advanced video
analytics, remote
management,
and multisite
event correlation
Granular
Control
Differen...
Required Security Model for IoT
Before
Discover
Enforce
Harden
During
Detect
Block
Defend
After
Scope
Contain
Remediate
At...
Cisco IoT Portfolio
Oil and GasEnergy-Utility TransportationMiningManufacturing City SP/M2MDefense
Connected Factory  Con...
MANUFACTURING UTILITIES TRANSPORTATION
Harley-Davidson Accelerates
Product Cycles
IoE Solution
Manufacturing flexibility
a...
Building an IoT Ecosystem
Ruggedized
Wireless AP
Industrial Routers
and Switches
Industrial
Security
Hardened Mobile
M2M G...
Cisco IoT Leadership
Network
Platform
Technology
Portfolio
Investment
Fund
Innovation
Centers
IoT World
Forum
Global
Partn...
www.cisco.com/go/iot
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“The Internet of Things: What Does it Take to Make the Internet of Everything Real?”: slides from the keynote at the IoT Global Innovation Forum delivered on April 21, 2015 featuring Kip Compton, VP, IoT Systems and Software, Cisco.

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The Internet of Things: What Does it Take to Make the Internet of Everything Real

  1. Kip Compton, VP Internet of Things (IoT) Systems and Software Group The Internet of Things: What Does it Take to Make the Internet of Everything Real? @kipcompton www.linkedin.com/in/kipcompton/en
  2. Are you ready for the Internet of Everything?
  3. The Digital World. What’s Ahead.
  4. Pace of Change Point-of-Sale Print Advertising CarHotel Bookstore Taxi Music
  5. Social Mobile Data Cloud Digital Disruptors Social Mobile Data Cloud
  6. 39% of the world’s population is connected 13B connected things 80% Technology powers of business processes 5000 More data in one year than in previous Internet of Everything
  7. Environment Great Barrier Reef in Australia Buoys equipped with sensors collect biological, physical, and chemical data to minimize and prevent reef damage.
  8. Healthcare Medication in The United States Smart pill bottles remind patients to take their medication and records that the patient has taken the correct dosage.
  9. Agriculture Minimizing the Use of Insecticides Smart trapping solutions compile data and map the number of different types of insects that have been detected.
  10. IoE Enables Digital Business IoE Connecting people in more relevant, valuable ways People Leveraging data into more useful information for decision making Data Delivering the right information to the right person (or machine) at the right time Process Connecting physical devices and objects to the Internet and each other for intelligent decision making Things Networked Connection of People, Process, Data, Things IoE: Connecting the Unconnected to Generate Business Value
  11. Applications Things App Enablement Workflow/ Rules Engine Event Management Video Sensing Data Normalization and Modeling Protocol Mediation Enterprise App Integration Infrastructure Software Defined Networking Network Compute Storage Applications App Enablement Workflow/ Rules Engine Event Management Video Sensing Data Normalization and Modeling Protocol Mediation Enterprise App Integration Cloud and Fog Analytics Security and Identity Management Open and Programmability (APIs) Ease of Use and Management Infrastructure Software Defined Networking Network Compute Storage Things
  12. Cloud
  13. IoT and Cloud
  14. Oil Platform Manufacturing Robot Construction Crane Limited Bandwidth Latency Network Reliability IoT Cloud Challenges
  15. IoT Requires Distributed Computing DEVICE DATA CENTER/CLOUD IoT Computing Model (Data Volume, Security, Resiliency, Latency) FOG
  16. Oil Platform Manufacturing Robot Construction Crane Limited Bandwidth Latency Network Reliability Solutions for Cloud Challenges
  17. Applications Things App Enablement Workflow/ Rules Engine Event Management Video Sensing Data Normalization and Modeling Protocol Mediation Enterprise App Integration Infrastructure Software Defined Networking Network Compute Storage Applications App Enablement Workflow/ Rules Engine Event Management Video Sensing Data Normalization and Modeling Protocol Mediation Enterprise App Integration Cloud and Fog Analytics Security and Identity Management Open and Programmability (APIs) Ease of Use and Management Infrastructure Software Defined Networking Network Compute Storage Things
  18. IoT Creates Data at Scale Never Seen Before Analytics Are a Key Part of Value Creation in IoT A large refinery generates 1TB of raw data per day
  19. A New Approach Is Needed to Reach and Analyze that Data Structured Data Unstructured Data Data Streaming at the Edge Analytics 1.0 Analytics 2.0 Hours/Minutes/SecondsDays/Hours Analytics 3.0 Seconds/Milliseconds
  20. Applications Things App Enablement Workflow/ Rules Engine Event Management Video Sensing Data Normalization and Modeling Protocol Mediation Enterprise App Integration Infrastructure Software Defined Networking Network Compute Storage Applications App Enablement Workflow/ Rules Engine Event Management Video Sensing Data Normalization and Modeling Protocol Mediation Enterprise App Integration Cloud and Fog Analytics Security and Identity Management Open and Programmability (APIs) Ease of Use and Management Infrastructure Software Defined Networking Network Compute Storage Things
  21. Traditional Security Challenges Increased Attack Surface Information Breach Data Privacy Smart Objects Devices per Person Sensors per Person 6 130 Security Challenges
  22. Superior Visibility Advanced video analytics, remote management, and multisite event correlation Granular Control Differentiated policy enforcement across the extended network Advanced Threat Protection Comprehensive cyber security threat detection and mitigation Actionable Intelligence Internetworked security solutions for superior intelligence and rapid response Automated Decisions Machine-to-machine enabled security control with no human intervention required IoT Security Challenges
  23. Required Security Model for IoT Before Discover Enforce Harden During Detect Block Defend After Scope Contain Remediate Attack Continuum Network As an Enforcer Network As a Mitigation Accelerator Network As a Sensor
  24. Cisco IoT Portfolio Oil and GasEnergy-Utility TransportationMiningManufacturing City SP/M2MDefense Connected Factory  Connected Train  City Safety and Security  Energy Distribution Automation  Connected Well Management IoT Security Application Enablement [Fog Computing/IOx] IE 2000 IE 3000 CGS2000 Industrial Switching IP67 IE 4000 IE 5000 Industrial Routing CGR 2000 ASR 903 Industrial Wireless Field AP - 1552 Industrial AP (Rockwell) Field AP - IW 3700 802.11ac Positive Train Control Field Network CGR 1000 819H 809H IR910 IR 509 829H Embedded Networks 5900 ESR, ESS 2020 Switches 5921 ESR Software Router Connected Safety and Security Video Surveillance Manager and IP Cameras Physical Access Manager Digital Media DMM Digital Media Manager Digital Media Processors
  25. MANUFACTURING UTILITIES TRANSPORTATION Harley-Davidson Accelerates Product Cycles IoE Solution Manufacturing flexibility across supply chain York, PA Stedin Goes Underground with Smart Power Network IoE Solution Europe’s first decentralized underground power distribution network with remote controls Rotterdam, Netherlands San Francisco Gets Smarter Parking Spaces IoE Solution Parking, garage, and roadway sensors for real-time parking and traffic analysis San Francisco, CA Business Outcomes • Product Cycles Sped 10–20% • NPI Now 1.5 Weeks (Was 1 Year) • Less Downtime/Scrap Saves $200 M Business Outcomes • Pilot Scope: 5K Rotterdam Customers • Power Restored <1 min. of Outage • Increased Long-Term Efficiency Business Outcomes • 20K New Smart Parking Spaces • Parking Search Time Cut 43% • 23% Fewer Parking Tickets
  26. Building an IoT Ecosystem Ruggedized Wireless AP Industrial Routers and Switches Industrial Security Hardened Mobile M2M Gateway IP Cameras Video Surveillance Cisco’s IoT Approach “Customer-In” Approach • Understanding of key business care abouts and pain points • Relevance to LOB leaders/CXOs Products/Technologies • Best-in-class ruggedized products • Smart solutions for verticals • IoT architectures Strategic Partnerships • Industry partners • Vertical software/service partners • Service providers Time Sync Pervasive Cyber Security Scalable Routing Deterministic Ethernet Guaranteed Delivery Big Data Management SP Services Energy-Utility Oil and GasManufacturing Mining SP/M2MCityTransportation Defense IoT Enablers Ruggedized Products Verticals Mobile SPs M2M Industry Partners
  27. Cisco IoT Leadership Network Platform Technology Portfolio Investment Fund Innovation Centers IoT World Forum Global Partner Ecosystem Standards Development • Cloud • Intelligent Network • Data Center • Fog Computing • Net Connectivity – Routing, Switching, Wireless • Security – Cyber and Physical • Net Management • App Enablement – Fog Computing • 2nd Year • Chicago • Oct 14-16 • 1500 Attendees • IEEE • IETF • 3GPP • IIC • Wi-SUN • London, UK • Rio de Janeiro, BR • Songdo, KR • Toronto, CAN • Barcelona, SP • Tokyo, JP • $250M so far • Alchemist Acceleration • Ayla Networks • EVERYTHNG • Rockwell Auto. • Schneider Electric • Itron • AGT • Emerson • Honeywell • Black and Veatch
  28. www.cisco.com/go/iot

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