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  2. Internet of things(IOT) •Embeded electronics to connect a internet. •Network of physical object
  3. EXAMPLE • Smart agriculture • Energy consumption • Security and serval-robotics • Health care
  4. Technology • IOT is possible at fast on possible when ,low power technology • Ex: • Bluetooth
  5. WWW? •WHY? •WHAT? •WHEN?
  6. OIC •OIC means “open system inter connection” •OIC is use on to connect a all equipment's
  7. Why these batches are merged? ROBOT: “Anepitome of an Embedded System” Internet of Things: “Implementation based on Embedded System” 5
  8. What is IoT?  IoT: Internet ofThings.  What is Internet?  Connects the device.  Tobe more precise it connects the Users.  Internet of Things: Instead of creating network that connects people, it is the network that connects things. Once connected, the things can communicate with each other for variety of useful purposes. 7
  9. What is IoT?  Sensors and actuators embedded in physical objects are linked through wired and wireless networks.  The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects—devices, vehicles, buildings and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity—that enables these objects to collect and exchange data. 8
  10. IoT:Various names but one concept  M2M (Machine toMachine)  “Internet of Everything” (CiscoSystems)  “World Size Web” (Bruce Schneier)  “Sky-net” (Terminatormovie)  IoT (Kevin Ashton) 9
  11. Where is IoT? 10 Smart Appliances Healthcare Wearable Tech
  12. IoT Market?  As of 2013, 9.1 billion IoT units  Expected to grow to 28.1 billion IoT devices by2020  Revenue growth from $1.9 trillion in 2013 to $7.1 trillion in 2020 12
  13. Robotics…?? ?  Idea of a Robot: Rooted at-least 2000 yearsback  Robot: was coined by a Czech writer and was derived from the word “Robota”.  Interdisciplinary branch ofEngineering.  It includes: Mechanical Engineering, Electronics Engineering and Computer Science.  These technologies are used to make such a machine which can substitute the Humans. 13
  14. Robotics…?? ?  MechanicalAspect: • Mechanical construction like a frame, form or shape designed to achieve a particular task. • For example, a robot designed to travel across heavy dirt or mud, might use caterpillar tracks. • The mechanical aspect is mostly the creator's solution to completing the assigned task and dealing with the physics of the environment around it. • Form follows function. 14
  15. Robotics…?? ?  Electrical/ElectronicsAspect: • Electronics and Electrical components which power and control the machinery. • The electrical aspect of robots is used for: Movement: through motors. Sensing: where electrical signals are used to measure things like heat, sound, position, and energy status. Operation: Robots need some level of electrical energy supplied to their motors and sensors in order to activate and perform basic operations. 15
  16. Robotics…?? ?  Computer Science / ProgrammingAspect: • Programs are the core essence of a robot. • There are three different types of robotic programs: remote control, artificial intelligence and hybrid. • Remote Control Program: Pre existing commands, responds to a remote control signal. • Artificial Intelligence: Interaction with the environment. • Hybrid: Combination of both RC & AI 16
  17. Robotics…?? ?  Applications: Military Robots. Agricultural Robots. Medical Robots. Domestic Robots. Swarm Robotics. Nano-robotics. 17
  19. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects accessed through the Internet. These objects contain embedded technology to interact with internal states or the external environment. 2
  20. How big is IoT? 3
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  26. Focus of IoT 9
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  28. Big Picture… 11
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  30. Key Components ofIoT 13
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  32. IoT Drivers 15
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  34. Who can benefit fromIoT? 17
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  36. Real life Applications? 19
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  40. Factors helping IoT? 23
  41. A number of significant technology changes have come together to enable the rise of the IoT. These include the following: • Cheap processing • Smartphones • wireless coverage • Big data • IPv6 24
  42. Challenges ? 25
  43. The challenges can be divided into 4 categories; Platform, Connectivity, Business Model and Killer Applications 26
  44. • Platform : This category includes , form and design of the products (UI and UX) , analytics tools used to deal with the massive data streaming from all products in a secure way , and scalability which means wide adoption of protocols like IPv6 in all vertical and horizontal markets . 27
  45. • Connectivity: Connectivity includes all parts of the consumer’s day and night using wearables, smart cars, smart homes, and in the big scheme smart cities. From the business prospective we have connectivity using IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) where M2M communications dominating the field. 28
  46. • Business Model: The bottom line is a big motivation for starting, investing in, and operating any business, without a sound and solid business models for IoT we will have another bubble , this model must satisfied all the requirements for all kinds of e-commerce; vertical markets, horizontal markets and consumer markets. 29
  47. • Killer Applications: Three functions needed in any killer applications, control “things”, collect “data”, analyze “data”. 30
  48. Other Challenges… • Many IoT Systems are poorly designed and implemented, using diverse protocols and technologies that create complex configurations. • Lack of mature IoT technologies and business processes • Limited guidance for life cycle maintenance and management of IoT devices • The IoT introduces unique physical security concerns • IoT privacy concerns are complex and not always readily evident. • Limited best practices available for IoT developers 31
  49. The Industrial InternetofThings(IIoT) 32
  50. • The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a network of physical objects, systems, platforms and applications that contain embedded technology to communicate and share intelligence with each other, the external environment and with people. • The adoption of the IIoT is being enabled by the improved availability and affordability of sensors, processors and other technologies that have helped facilitate capture of and access to real-time information. 33
  51. IIoT,IoT andM2M 34
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  53. IIoT,IoT andM2M • The main difference between IoT and IIoT is that where consumer IoT often focuses on convenience for individual consumers, while, Industrial IoT is strongly focused on improving the efficiency, safety, and productivity of operations with a focus on return on investment. • M2M is a subset of IIoT, which tends to focus very specifically on machine-to-machine communications, where IoT expands that to include machines-to- objects/people/infrastructure. • The IIoT is about making machines more efficient and easier to monitor 36
  54. IIoT and theEnterprise 37
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  56. IIoTRequirements 39
  57. IIoTRequirements • Cloud Computing • Access (anywhere, anytime) • Security • Big Data Analytics • UX (User Experience) • Assets Management • Smart Machines 40
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  59. IIoT vs.IoT 42
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  61. IIoTBenefits • Vastly improved operational efficiency (e.g., improved uptime, asset utilization) through predictive maintenance and remote management • The emergence of an outcome economy, fueled by software-driven services; innovations in hardware; and the increased visibility into products, processes, customers and partners • New connected ecosystems, coalescing around software platforms that blur traditional industry boundaries • Collaboration between humans and machines, which will result in unprecedented levels of productivity and more engaging work experiences 44
  62. Real life Examples… 45
  63. • Drones, for example, are being used to monitor remote pipelines, and intelligent drilling equipment can improve productivity in mines. • Management company charging fees based on the energy savings it delivers to building owners. 46
  64. • An airline company rewarding its engine supplier for reduced passenger delays resulting from performance data that automatically schedules maintenance and orders spare parts while a plane is still in flight. • With IIoT there will be no more missing planes , information is live and up-to-date about the plane and the need for the black box will diminish. These are the kinds of product-service hybrid models that can provide new value to customers. 47
  65. Workforce and IIoT? 48
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  67. Any Questions? 50