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  1. 1. favoriot The Need for IoT Ecosystem to become a Producer Nation Dr. Mazlan Abbas CEO - favoriot Email: mazlan@favoriot.com I2ES 2021 28 Oct. 2021
  2. 2. favoriot Problem of a Consumer Nation
  3. 3. favoriot Become a Producer Nation #ProducerNation
  4. 4. favoriot Producer Nation Ecosystem University Industry Market R&D Product (Roadmap) Commercialise Maintain Loyalty Output Share Industry problems Sell Understanding Roles and Responsibilities • Publications • Knowledge • Time-to-market • Revenue • Solve their problems YouTube Video Prototype (Alpha) Prototype (Beta) Copyright: Dr. Mazlan Abbas (2020)
  5. 5. favoriot BUSINESS SURVIVAL IN 21stCENTURY Every 3 to 7 years, organizations need to reinvent themselves According to The Boston Consulting Group - S&P 500 Companies from 50 years ago – only 19% are still in existence
  6. 6. favoriot Why IoT is Now at an Inflection Point? Cheaper and smaller. Hardware Key Growth Factors Ripples of technologies. Simple and faster. Software Development Becoming pervasive. Connectivity New entrants and players IoT Ecosystem Number of transistors double every 2 years. Moore’s Law
  7. 7. favoriot I need to maintain the quality of my goods. Who is the intruder? Can I reduce my electricity bill? Am I healthy? When is my next bus? Where can I park? Monitoring of Assets – Typical Everyday Questions What IF we can connect ALL these assets and get the answers to ALL these questions? The Need To Connect Assets and Sense Environment
  8. 8. favoriot Understanding IOT What is Exactly Internet of Things?
  9. 9. favoriot IoT Sensors Connectivity Middleware Analytics
  10. 10. favoriot [Source: http://postscapes.com/what-exactly-is-the-internet-of-things-infographic ] From Analog to Digital
  11. 11. favoriot [Source: http://postscapes.com/what-exactly-is-the-internet-of-things-infographic ]
  12. 12. favoriot Which LPWAN to Choose?
  13. 13. favoriot [Source: http://postscapes.com/what-exactly-is-the-internet-of-things-infographic ]
  14. 14. favoriot The Need for an IoT Ecosystem
  15. 15. favoriot Malaysia IoT Association (MyIOTA) favoriot
  16. 16. favoriot Era of Industrial “Revolution” …and not “Evolution”
  17. 17. favoriot Mechanization, steam power, weaving loom INDUSTRY 1.0 1784 1870 1969 TODAY Mass production, assembly line, electrical energy INDUSTRY 2.0 Automation, computers and electronics INDUSTRY 3.0 Cyber Physical Systems, internet of things, networks INDUSTRY 4.0 ERP What is Industry 4.0?
  18. 18. favoriot What is Society 5.0? Hunting Society Agricultural Society Industrial Society 1.0 3.0 2.0 4.0 5.0 Information Society Super Smart Society
  19. 19. favoriot What is IR 4.0? IR 1.0 (Manual With Physical Tools) IR 2.0 (Electrical) IR 3.0 (Automation/ Internet) IR 4.0 (Intelligence) 1.0 3.0 2.0 4.0
  20. 20. favoriot The Way We Cook 1.0 3.0 2.0 4.0
  21. 21. favoriot The Way We Teach 1.0 3.0 2.0 4.0
  22. 22. favoriot The Way We Do Travel Booking 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0
  23. 23. favoriot 2.7 Where are we now?
  24. 24. favoriot Using IR 4.0 to Transform 7M in Businesses How IR 4.0 Benefit the Businesses?
  25. 25. favoriot (1) Manpower • Increase productivity • Lower manpower costs
  26. 26. favoriot (2) Material • Just in Time • Saves time and cost • Understanding condition about assets
  27. 27. favoriot (3) Machine • Uptime • Predictive Maintenance • Reduce Errors
  28. 28. favoriot (4) Method • Reduced “Red- Tapes” • Become agile • Faster and efficient
  29. 29. favoriot (5) Market • Enter new market segment • Expand reach globally
  30. 30. favoriot (6) Money • Create new products and revenue stream • New business models • Saves costs
  31. 31. favoriot (7) Management • Data-driven decision management • Better decision making • Transparency
  32. 32. favoriot Steps to Build Your IoT Solutions
  33. 33. favoriot Top IoT Programming Languages 1. Java 2. C 3. Javascript 4. Python 5. C++ 6. PHP 7. C# 8. Assembler 9. LUA 10. Go 11. R 12. Swift 13. Ruby 14. Rust Most Popular Languages DEVICES – C, C++ GATEWAYS – Java, Python, C, C++ CLOUD – Java, Javascript, Python, PHP Most Valuable Programming Languages Java, Python, C, C++ Why? 1. High-level scripting languages 2. Operate on pretty much any machine 3. Work across networks and multiple devices 4. Matured with extensive documentation and tutorials [Scan for More Info]
  34. 34. favoriot 4 Main Components of IoT 01 02 03 04 Digital Sensors – Temp, humidity, pressure, gas, etc Fixed or wireless Platform that aggregate heterogeneous devices with different protocols Workflow, analytics and insights Sensors & Actuators Connectivity IoT Middleware Applications & Analytics
  35. 35. favoriot Wisdom Knowledge Information Data More Important Less Important B e n e f i t t o H u m a n i t y Evaluated understanding Appreciation of Answers to questions. Symbols Understanding Answers to questions WHO WHY HOW WHAT WHERE WHEN Value is Created by Making Sense of Data
  36. 36. favoriot Home Health Transport Office Waste IOT Platform – Blending IoT Data Blending Data - Creating New Compound Applications IoT Platform
  37. 37. favoriot favoriot IoT Middleware “Create your IoT vertical solutions rapidly”
  38. 38. favoriot Why Use an IoT Platform? • It reduce development time for your IoT project by providing ready-made, reusable technology stack • It helps you validate your business case early • It helps you to go to market quickly • It may include ready-made software, tools, materials that you can use • It provides features that could be essential for your project – ease of onboarding, integration with 3rd party software, device management, user management, push notifications • It reduces your risks and costs
  39. 39. favoriot FAVORIOT – Platform-as-a-Service favoriot
  40. 40. favoriot Categorization of IoT Platforms Publicly Traded Open Source End-to-End Connectivity Developer Friendly Platforms developed and maintained by large traded companies Platforms that provide data management services under open licenses Platforms designed based on supplied hardware and required solution Platforms can be easily integrated with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, etc favoriot
  41. 41. favoriot Solving IoT Project Issues 1. An incomplete IoT Lab which only focuses on either standalone Arduino or Raspberry Pi devices without connecting to an IoT platform 2. Students have to do their own research on hundreds of IoT middleware before choosing one for their Final Year projects. 3. Many IoT projects cannot complete on time because students are busy either developing their own “middleware” or server or busy in troubleshooting the connectivity between the sensor device and the server. 4. In search for suitable Database to store sensor data and Display Result with Dashboard
  42. 42. favoriot Gateway 3G/Ethernet/Wi-Fi/LPWAN IOT Devices IOT Devices 3G/Ethernet/Wi-Fi HTTPS Push/Pull Service Social Media Integration DEVICE CONNECTIVITY (REST, MQTT) APPLICATION INTEGRATION DATA MANAGEMENT DATA STORE BUSINESS LOGIC NOTIFICATION ENGINE REST API IoT Analytics SECURITY BIG DATA TOOLS Application Development AUTHENTICATION 3rd party Data Analytics VALUE PROPOSITION CoAP REST To ”IoTise” Every Business
  43. 43. favoriot Key Features of FAVORIOT IoT Platform • Rapid Development • User-friendly APIs • Ease of onboarding IoT Devices • Scalable platform • Notification Engine – Email and SMS • IoT Support Forum Discussion Board – Building Community • Examples – Videos and Sample Source Codes • Many new and enhanced features in Version 2.0 including ability to make Dashboard Public FREE Subscription
  44. 44. favoriot http://platform.favoriot.com
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  46. 46. favoriot FAVORIOT Hierarchy Project Application 1 Group 1 Device 1 Device n Group n Device 1 Device Application n Group 1 Device 1 Device n Group n Device 1 Device n
  47. 47. favoriot FAVORIOT Hierarchy Project (Smart City) Smart Water Monitoring River Quality Device 1 Device n Lake Quality Device 1 Device Smart Parking Parking Bay A Device 1 Device n Parking Bay B Device 1 Device n Example • Dissolved Oxygen • pH • Temperature • Turbidity Example • Infra red • Ferromagnetic • Camera
  48. 48. favoriot Data Streams
  49. 49. favoriot Custom Dashboard
  50. 50. favoriot Custom Dashboard
  51. 51. favoriot Public Dashboard
  52. 52. favoriot Public Dashboard
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  54. 54. favoriot https://www.favoriot.com/developers
  55. 55. favoriot Tutorial
  56. 56. favoriot Favoriot IoT Tutorial - YouTube
  57. 57. favoriot Simple Steps to Start Your IoT Journey favoriot (1) Sensor (2) Connectivity (3) Platform (4) Application Scan for Free IoT Resources (Tips, Tutorials and Projects)
  58. 58. favoriot Favoriot IoT Platform Users by Countries SCAN ME Join the Generation-IoT http://platform.favoriot.com As of October 21, 2021
  59. 59. favoriot Crossing the CHASM Innovators Early Adopters Early Majority Late Majority Laggards THE CHASM Early Market Late Market
  60. 60. favoriot Breaking the Barriers of IoT The definition of new strategy. Rethinking your organization and processes to maximize new outcomes. Understanding your business case. Conducting successful pilots. Helping your organization to understand where action is needed. Unlearn and Relearn. Examination of company culture. Recruiting and developing new talent. The genuine interconnection of all departments. Something that is too often overlooked. New Biz Model Business Case Rethinking Change Management Pilots Action Culture Talents. Interconnection
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  62. 62. favoriot www.favoriot.com favoriot favoriot favoriot favoriot info@favoriot.com favoriot