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IoT, Fog Computing
and the Blockchain
1
About Me (in NZ)
2
Organisation What I Learnt
Telecom NZ Online self-service, sales
State Services Commission Identity, pr...
Breakthrough Products
3
4
Every breakthrough technology is
over-estimated in the short-term
but under-estimated in the long-term
What is the IoT?
5
Data
Connectivity
Software
Hardware
Silos Miss the Bigger Picture
6
New services, new value chains, new markets
Not Just Consumer/DIY
7
8
The Connectivity Explosion is
Happening Now
9
But There Are Problems
1. The cost of connectivity
2. Lack of trust
3. Not future-proof
4. Lack of functional value
5. Bro...
Cisco’s Fog Computing
11
12
So, what are we doing?
13
Building a Web of Things platform
on
a new internet
An Open Web of Things
14
New services, new value chains, new markets
Device identity, trust
Messaging
Collaboration, orche...
15
OK, but why do we need a new internet?
What’s wrong with the one we already have?
Because, Ants…
16
Individual simplicity
Collective sophistication
17
But, but…
How do you even build a new internet?
First, Get the Requirements Right
for Permission-less Innovation
• Open
• Royalty-free
• Decentralised
• Scalable
• Secure...
Then, the Building Blocks
• Service Centric and Information Centric
Networking
• A publish/subscribe architecture and
data...
The Blockchain
• Probably Bitcoin’s major innovation
• Foundation for new decentralised and
distributed systems
The block ...
The Block Chain is
• A ledger: an ordered record
of transactions
– verified
– immutable
– public
– anyone can replicate an...
Summary
• We have a grandiose vision to build
– A platform for an open Web of Things
– On a new (co-existing) internet
– A...
Questions / comments
Vikram Kumar © 2015
Co-founder, Swerl IO Ltd.
Email: vikram@swerl.io
Twitter: @vikram_nz
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Image Sources
• Slide 3: Creating Breakthrough Products http://www.creatingbreakthroughproducts.com/
• Slide 4: http://en....
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IoT, Fog Computing and the Blockchain

  1. 1. IoT, Fog Computing and the Blockchain 1
  2. 2. About Me (in NZ) 2 Organisation What I Learnt Telecom NZ Online self-service, sales State Services Commission Identity, privacy, Government Internet NZ Policy, standards, community building Mega Crypto, global-scale ops Internet Party Timing, people, politics Swerl ?
  3. 3. Breakthrough Products 3
  4. 4. 4 Every breakthrough technology is over-estimated in the short-term but under-estimated in the long-term
  5. 5. What is the IoT? 5 Data Connectivity Software Hardware
  6. 6. Silos Miss the Bigger Picture 6 New services, new value chains, new markets
  7. 7. Not Just Consumer/DIY 7
  8. 8. 8
  9. 9. The Connectivity Explosion is Happening Now 9
  10. 10. But There Are Problems 1. The cost of connectivity 2. Lack of trust 3. Not future-proof 4. Lack of functional value 5. Broken business models 10
  11. 11. Cisco’s Fog Computing 11
  12. 12. 12 So, what are we doing?
  13. 13. 13 Building a Web of Things platform on a new internet
  14. 14. An Open Web of Things 14 New services, new value chains, new markets Device identity, trust Messaging Collaboration, orchestration Security Device management Micro-services
  15. 15. 15 OK, but why do we need a new internet? What’s wrong with the one we already have?
  16. 16. Because, Ants… 16 Individual simplicity Collective sophistication
  17. 17. 17 But, but… How do you even build a new internet?
  18. 18. First, Get the Requirements Right for Permission-less Innovation • Open • Royalty-free • Decentralised • Scalable • Secure • Easy to deploy globally, and • Formally specified 18
  19. 19. Then, the Building Blocks • Service Centric and Information Centric Networking • A publish/subscribe architecture and dataflow/event processing network realised within RINA (Recursive InterNetwork Architecture) • Naming and addressing in the network, including a suitable domain name topology • Application layer inter-networking • The blockchain for state, replicated data-types, and authenticated links 19
  20. 20. The Blockchain • Probably Bitcoin’s major innovation • Foundation for new decentralised and distributed systems The block chain is a technology step-change to build a secure, scalable and open coordination platform globally. Not limited to currency or financial systems. 20
  21. 21. The Block Chain is • A ledger: an ordered record of transactions – verified – immutable – public – anyone can replicate and verify it independently – records consensus of the “truth” 21
  22. 22. Summary • We have a grandiose vision to build – A platform for an open Web of Things – On a new (co-existing) internet – And then extend that new internet to other domains • But our biggest challenge is to do so while being a commercial success 22
  23. 23. Questions / comments Vikram Kumar © 2015 Co-founder, Swerl IO Ltd. Email: vikram@swerl.io Twitter: @vikram_nz 23
  24. 24. Image Sources • Slide 3: Creating Breakthrough Products http://www.creatingbreakthroughproducts.com/ • Slide 4: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hype_cycle#mediaviewer/File:Gartner_Hype_Cycle.svg • Slide 5: Deloitte http://dupress.com/articles/internet-of-things-wearable-technology/ • Slide 7: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/06/23/hold_interthreat/ • Slide 8: http://www.zdnet.com/article/is-the-internet-of-things-strategic-to-the-enterprise/ • Slide 9: http://www.businessinsider.com/growth-in-the-internet-of-things-2013-10?IR=T • Slide 10: http://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi- bin/ssialias?infotype=PM&subtype=XB&htmlfid=GBE03620USEN#loaded • Slide 11: http://www.veriday.com/lean-user-interface-design/ http://net-of- things.blogspot.co.nz/ • Slide 12: http://itersnews.com/?p=88531 24

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