Presenter: Arthur Lobzinki, Oomnitza
- A “Thing Management Organization”
- We have about 20 people globally
- Manage/track lots of stuff (mobile devices, servers, self-driving cars, etc.)
- Lots of big-name companies
Internet of Things
- Before the industrial revolution, it was typical for most people to have only two shirts, which seems ridiculous to us now.
- Before the information revolution, it was typical for large clunky computers to be the
- Computers are now built into everything
- Cisco will spend $1.3 TRILLION on the IoT
- SIM cards are going into everything – spits out data about the devices they’re installed in
- GE wind turbines have 17 servers built into them!
- LinkNYC: 400 public internet machines have been built which provide GB service, charging station, and advertising space
- Uber is largest puchaser of 2nd hand iPhones; they have 20 self-driving cars in Pittsburgh.
- Agriculture: supply chains, crop irrigation patterns, etc.
- Mining: equipment/asset uptime. Just keeping things running is the number one most important thing for this industry.
- Security! If everything is connected and and endpoint, it’s vulnerable.
- 97% of all hacks are human error :-/ and directly connected to enterprise systems.
- Employment: a lot of jobs will be replaced. What do you do with all the people? Fixing the machines.
- The only real value in IoT that we’ve seen in the industrial realm is in keeping the machines up and running.
Lots to think about here!