Internet of Things: What is it? What makes it Tick? What you need to know

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<ol><li> 1. THE INTERNET OF THINGS What is it? What Makes it Tick? And What You Need to Know. </li><li> 2. KEVIN ASHTON Coined the term Internet of Things back in 1999. I could be wrong, but Im fairly sure the phrase Internet of Things started life as the title of a presentation I made at Procter &amp; Gamble in 1999. Linking the new idea of RFID in P&amp;Gs supply chain to the then-red-hot topic of the Internet was more than just a good way to get executive attention. </li><li> 3. INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) Machine-to-machine comm. (M2M) IoT sensors and actuators Connected by WIRELESS network Generates mass amounts of DATA For analysis, optimization, innovation The network of physical objects that contain embedded technology to communicate and interact with their internal states or the external environment. GARTNER </li><li> 4. RASPBERRY PI IoT processor that was originally designed for students and costs $35. Broadcom BCM2835 application processor and 700MHz ARM11 CPU follows early tradition of naming computer [ LEARN MORE ] </li><li> 5. ARDUINO Easy-to-use open-source IoT platform. ATmega328 micro-controller named in honor of a bar in northern Italy, which was named for King Arduino ruler of Italy in 1002. [ LEARN MORE ] </li><li> 6. ARDUINO SHIELDS Easily add every sort of I/O: networks, sensors, controllers, motors, music, displays. Shields are boards that can be plugged on top of the Arduino PCB extending its capabilities. [ LEARN MORE ] </li><li> 7. MICRO MOTE Complete computer system thats smaller than 2mm and is powered by ambient light. Sensor data input, processing and storage, and radio output. [ LEARN MORE ] </li><li> 8. AMBIENT ENERGY HARVESTERS Provide power without the need for offline recharging. [ LEARN MORE ] Motion ThermoSolar </li><li> 9. IoT SENSORS Industrial Medical Home These include ingestible sensors, etc. [ LEARN MORE ] </li><li> 10. SENSOR FUSION Combining sensory data from disparate sources such that the resulting information has less uncertainty than would be possible when these sources are used individually. SONAR SENSOR EDGE HUB DATA PROCESSING THERMO SENSOR COLOR SENSOR DATA AGGREGATION (SENSOR FUSION) DATA CRUNCHING HIGH-POWER PROCESSING MED. POWER PROCESSING LOW-POWER PROCESSING </li><li> 11. IoT NETWORKING IEEE 802.11, Wi-Fi IEEE 802.15.4, LR-WPANs Low-rate Wireless Personal Area Networks 6LoWPAN IPv6 Over Low Power Wireless Personal Area Networks BLE, Bluetooth Smart Other IoT Networks: HomeKit, DASH7, Wireless M-Bus, ANT, ISA 100, Z-Wave, Wireless HART and Zigbee IP. </li><li> 12. IF THIS THEN THAT (IFTTT) Create IoT recipes and notifications. Connect and control. [ LEARN MORE ] </li><li> 13. BIG DATA The IoT spews Big Data for analysis and insight. Physical sensors on everything from people, cows and soil to machines and appliances. The Internet of Things connects all manner of end-points, unraveling a treasure trove of data. Ubiquitous networks and device proliferation enable access to a massive and growing amount of traditionally soiled info. These tools empower decision makers by extracting and presenting meaningful info in real-time, helping us become more predicative than reactive. IoT Big Data Analytics </li><li> 14. PILOT PROJECT 1 Start with a few IoT sensors. Temp, motion monitor, wearable 2 One IoT controller. Could be IFTTT 3 Data storage. Local or cloud file / Network analytics 4 Real-time display. Smartphone / Desktop 5 Report. Summarize results including security, data </li><li> 15. Special Thanks To: @RHNilsson and @carey_mercier </li></ol>