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2014 Webrtc Summit & Cloud Expo, RealTime Interactions for IoT

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This is the presentation given at Cloud Expo in NYC on november 2014 touching on webRTC and IoT.

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2014 Webrtc Summit & Cloud Expo, RealTime Interactions for IoT

  1. 1. For Internet of Things Real-Time Interactions Dr. Alex Gouaillard Webrtc summit, part of Cloud Expo, NYC, 2014
  2. 2. Overview 2 Interesting IoT problems are complex, not complicated. Scope: Smart Devices, building, vehicle, city? Why are we speaking about webRTC in the context of IoT again?
  3. 3. IoT problems are complex, not complicated ©2014 Temasys Communications Pte Ltd3 16 September Complicated Not complex 100% predictable Not Dynamic
  4. 4. IoT problems are complex, not complicated ©2014 Temasys Communications Pte Ltd4 16 September Complicated Not complex Reducible
  5. 5. IoT problems are complex, not complicated ©2014 Temasys Communications Pte Ltd5 16 September Complicated Not complex A simple form of reducible.
  6. 6. IoT problems are complex, not complicated 6 Complex Systems Many components in interaction and whose behaviour at the system level can not be inferred from the behaviour of the individual components and their interactions. Complexity arises when an increasing number of variables begin to interact in an independent and apparently unpredictable way. There is emergence of systems level properties. Complexity is a scientific theory that claims that some systems have behaviour that cannot be explained solely by the analysis, however thorough, of the components of the system. These phenomena, called “emergent properties”, seem to appear in numerous complex systems including living organisms, the human brain or cities. Complexity John L. Casti, Encyclopedia Britanica
  7. 7. IoT problems are complex, not complicated ©2014 Temasys Communications Pte Ltd7 16 September Sustainable Urban Planning “Environmental sustainability will require a global vision of cities. This global vision makes a lot of sense as each city is a whole in which components are in perpetual interaction”. Henry Proglio, EDF CEO Previous Veolia CEO Complex
  8. 8. Le projet CoSMo : les enjeux I think the next century will be the century of complexity Stephen Hawking 8 slide courtesy CoSMo
  9. 9. Overview 9 Interesting IoT problems are complex, not complicated. Scope: Smart Devices, building, vehicle, city? Why are we speaking about webRTC in the context of IoT again?
  10. 10. Scope: Smart Devices, building, vehicle, city? 10 Sustainable Urban Planning “Environmental sustainability will require a global vision of cities. This global vision makes a lot of sense as each city is a whole in which components are in perpetual interaction”. Henry Proglio, EDF CEO Previous Veolia CEO
  11. 11. Scope: Smart Devices, building, vehicle, city? 11 Siemens: Smart sensors, Smart grid is the most important! … Of course, this has nothing to do with them actually making sensors …
  12. 12. Scope: Smart Devices, building, vehicle, city? 12 HP: The DATA is the secret! With all those (siemens) sensors feeding you in Real Time, you’re gonna face a DELUGE of ETHEROGENOUS data. We should lead your smart city project. … of course, that has nothing to do with them offering storage and solutions for Big Data and other related technologies.
  13. 13. Scope: Smart Devices, building, vehicle, city? 13 IBM: smartER cities. The analytic part is the most important ! We should lead your smart city project. … of course it has nothing to do with them having the best stats amnd AI solution.
  14. 14. Scope: Smart Devices, building, vehicle, city? 14 Veolia or Suez: Well, nobody really knows what a city is, while we’ve been operating hundreds of city, and interpreting the data for years. We actually own decades of data that you would need to train your algorithms, and make sense of anything. We should lead your smart city project! … of course it has nothing to do with them being the #1 and #2 at services to cities.
  15. 15. Scope: Smart Devices, building, vehicle, city? 15 Big Data, IoT, smart cities are all vaguely defined concepts Everybody reads time at his own clock. We need to define our scope to be able to achieve anything
  16. 16. Overview 16 Interesting IoT problems are complex, not complicated. Scope: Smart Devices, building, vehicle, city? Why are we speaking about webRTC in the context of IoT again?
  17. 17. IoT and WebRTC 17 Communication Layer !
  18. 18. IoT and WebRTC UC / VC Telco / OTT Web Hardware Software Embeddable, Contextual Real Time Interactivity Landline OTT Web Web 2.0 18
  19. 19. IoT and WebRTC 19 Aug 21st, 2012 Ann arbor
  20. 20. IoT and WebRTC ©2014 Temasys Communications Pte Ltd20 16 September 2013 Singapore RFID on waste Bus tags Satellite ERP Electric Vehicle …
  21. 21. IoT and WebRTC 21 WebRT (DataChannel) - Dynamic and fast - Allow reuse of web techno (wifi) - Scales like the web - Fully encrypted - Embeddable in any device - Perfect for the transport layer of dynamic “Things”, not the best for static Things but can still be used.
  22. 22. Oh yes, who am I? Dr. Alex Gouaillard • 15 years experience • (2) B. in Lang. (Jp/Cn) • (2) Master in Science / Eng • (2) PhD in Video Processing • ex-Harvard, Caltech, • 5 startups • sg.linkedin.com/in/agouaillard 22 • W3C WEBRTC working group • IETF RTCWEB working group • W3C ORTC community Group • 3 WebRTC industry awards • 1 WebRTC pioneer Award • 1 of 8 contributing company to libwertc • Ex- Caltech • Ex Harvard University - Systems Biology • Head, Systems Biology, A*STAR • Head, Complex Systems Lab, A*STAR • Singaporean Gov. Tech expert for urban Sustainability • Whole of government 25 years planning effort • Government / industry workshops

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