Internet for all –why are cars not connected today ?

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<ol><li> 1. Internet for all why are cars not connected today ? Cambridge Wireless 15/05/2014 Dr Mike Short CBE FREng FIET Vice President - Telefonica Europe mike.short@telefonica.com ? </li><li> 2. 1973 1983 Motorola D 8000X 1992 1996 2000 2003 20061999 2007 2007 2012 2013 2013 Motorola International Motorola SC Nokia 8110 Nokia N80 Nokia 1200 Apple Samsung Galaxy SIII BlackBerry Z10 Samsung Galaxy S4 First public mobile call 3G 4G Everyone now has the power to innovate in a digital world thanks to the marriage between the two great innovation platforms of the 21st century: internet and mobile. Dr. Mike Short, Financial Times, April 2013The mobile phone turns 40 Nokia 2110 1993 Nokia Communicator 2002 </li><li> 3. Source : Nokia 1994 - 2012 - 5 Iconic designs : CCS INSIGHT </li><li> 4. Mobile Connections - 7,045,240,886 (7.36%) Unique Mobile Subscribers - 3,538,976,641 (6.36%) Revenue/year FY 2013 $1.13T - 3.75 % ARPU/month FY 2013 $12.15 - 3.97% Source: GSMA Intelligence 2014, current and year-end data www.gsmaintelligence.com http://www.gsmamobileeconomy.com/ Global Data ( 8th May 2014) </li><li> 5. What is the calling pattern today ? &gt; 120 Million Phone calls per day &gt; 140 Million Text messages per day &gt; 175 Terabytes of data per day Source : Telefonica UK Q1 2014 </li><li> 6. Long Ago, People Danced @ Concerts, Now They Video / Click / Share / Tweet 1990s 2010s </li><li> 7. Connected car services Safety (eg Breakdown/eCall) Support (eg Journey planner; Internet on wheels) Navigation - real time maps Security (eg asset tracking/ anti - theft/insurance Efficiency (eg Fleet management ; PAYG driving) Source : Telefonica _ What is not connected now and why (Dec 2011) http://bit.ly/1n37G </li><li> 8. Everyone now has the power to innovate in a digital world thanks to the marriage between the two great innovation platforms of the 21st century: internet and mobile. Dr. Mike Short, VP Telefonica, Financial Times, April 2013 </li><li> 9. Connected or smart homes Security / alarms / video Home working Mobile learning Media or family data storage Connected appliances Telecare and monitoring Remote patient management Assisted living /sensors Maintenance and related services Energy and water management </li><li> 10. Travel / tourism in the Digital age Planning : Maps / trails ; comms infrastructure; Web and Wifi ready ; Roaming ; Video library Trading : Visitor/ location info (eg GPS) ; web up and downloads ; ecommerce / ticketing ; Informing and sharing : Social media ; Apps ; Caring : Security ; Disability and elderly; Access Serving : Customer care ; Billing + payments ; Reporting and Data Analytics Mobile Internet is much more than making calls </li><li> 11. Next generation connected cities 34 City Goals Challenges City Vision M2M Apps Big Data &amp; Cloud Process optimization Competitive advantage Governance &amp; planning Sustainability &amp; quality of life Innovation Openness Scalability Local / global balance Financial sustainability Holistic approach Regulatory issues </li><li> 12. Parking </li><li> 13. Electric Vehicle </li><li> 14. Logistics </li><li> 15. Connected roads and cities Traffic flow management and modelling Network management Lighting/CCTV controls Electric vehicle (EV) charging posts and billing Intelligent road signs with real time info Connected sensors for weather/environment Parking/ Toll technology Road user or Congestion or Area charging Public info services real time info / graphics Incident notification and security </li><li> 16. To conclude Mobile Internet continues to grow and innovate Coverage / investment open up new opportunities Connected cars benefit through wider connectivity Connected cities better informed and served ; greener and more secure Smartphone or car led services revolution ? </li><li> 17. m2m Find out more_ Dr Mike Short CBE FREng FIET VP Telefonica Europe mike.short@telefonica.com m2m Please contact: </li></ol>