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CONNECTED OBJECTS - how NFC technology enables a more environmentally-friendly design

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2 de Sep de 2015
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  1. Connected objects How technology can enable a more environmentally-friendly design @pierremetivier about.me/pierremetivier
  2. The internet of things is … • A world of sensors • « Wearables » • Quantified self • Connected objects • Smart …. stuff
  3. The internet of things is also …
  4. Industrial Internet of things, M2M
  5. Smart health - 6 -
  6. Smart metering / smart home / smart office 7 www.ijenko.com/fr/solution/home-area-network/ www.erdfdistribution.fr/Linky/ www.nest.com/‎ www.sfr.fr/‎
  7. 8
  8. XX billions connected objects in 2020
  9. How can we create environmentally-friendly connected objects ?
  10. Powering XX billion objects – AC/DC • AC – Local wired objects • DC – Wired and non-wired objects - Accumulators, batteries • Energy harvesting (and storing) for « small » non-wired objects • Cinetic – watch, trees • Sun – photovoltaics, smart roads • Thermoelectric • Piezoelectric • Ambiant radiation • Radio-frequency – RFID (HF, UHF) • …
  11. Powering YY (=%XX) billion objects • Communication between two objets • RFID, only contactless / wireless electronic tech. in which only one object needs a power source • NFC, HF RFID, is available on mobile • Contactless payment, transportation, access, games, keys • Cards, mobiles, electronic equipments • Simple NFC tag reading and dynamic NFC tags RFID family
  12. Components of a connected object ₊ Sensor(s) ₊ Actuator(s) ₊ Intelligence ₊ User Interface ₊ Connectivity ₊ Context ₊ Identification ₊ Security ₊ « Design » ₊ POWER = Data (frequency, type, amount)  People , computers and things can « act » upon.  To measure, to inform, to decide, to share, to identify, to authorise, to authentify, to launch, ….
  13. How to design a smart umbrella ? 15
  14. How to design a smart umbrella ? 16 http://twelvemonkeyscompany.com/
  15. How to design a smart umbrella ? 17 http://www.nfcnetstore.com
  16. Components of a smart umbrella
  17. Smart city – Public bench, bus stop, museum
  18. Games
  19. Games
  20. What about sensor-equipped smart objects ?
  21. 23 Source NXP
  22. Components of a connected object UV measurement tool • Sensor(s) • Intelligence • UI • Connectivity • Context • Power
  23. Components of a connected object UV measurement tool
  24. « Hacked » Coffee Machine
  25. Gazpar from GrDF
  26. Lysbox from Z#BRE
  27. NFC adds smart to existing and new things 29
  28. NFC as a key IOT enabler Design • Connect existing objects (including non-electronic) • Design battery-less smart objects • No need to duplicate all functions in all connected objects Usage • Enabling “smart” citizens • Passive – Use only • Active – Collaborative • Content and mobile sensors sharing • Geolocation - passive / active • Crowdsourcing Think NFC mobile as the "remote control" of our environment 30
  29. Thank you ! @pierremetivier about.me/pierremetivier
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