Hyper-Connectivity and Data Proliferation - Ecosystem Perspective

Hyper-Connectivity and Data Proliferation - Ecosystem Perspective

Preparing conducive ecosystem in a hyper-connected and data-driven world.
My talk at SBM Seminar 12.10.2018.

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Eueung Mulyana

October 12, 2018
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  1. 1 / 45 Preparing Ecosystem For A Hyper-Connected Data-Driven World

    Eueung Mulyana https://telematika.org/remark/ecosys 12 Oct 2018 | CC BY-SA
  2. 2 / 45 Eueung Mulyana Dr.-Ing. (TUHH/DE 2006) M.Sc. (Uni

    Karlsruhe/DE 2001) ST. (ITB/ID 1997) Institut Teknologi Bandung School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Head of Telematics Laboratory Institute for Innovation & Entrepreneurship Dev. Division Chief - Industrial & Business Incubator
  3. Outline Background Hyper-Connectivity & Data Proliferation Culture of Agility -

    Onboarding University Ecosystem 3 / 45
  4. Hyper-Connectivity & Data Proliferation Background 4 / 45

  5. 5 / 45 Background Facts Overview Hyper-Connectivity Data Proliferation

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  7. In 59 Countries (2011) A device most of us have

    most of the time ... 7 / 45
  8. A Central Part of Our Daily Lives 8 / 45

  9. Always On - Always with You 9 / 45

  10. Mobiles are Used Everywhere 10 / 45

  11. Two Computers Computers Everywhere 11 / 45

  12. Not Just Computers But Those with Senses ... 12 /

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  13. Not Just Computers But Those with Senses ... To Augment

    the Reality ... 13 / 45
  14. Not Just Computers But Those with Senses ... To Interact

    with the Real World ... 14 / 45
  15. Mobile 2.0+ In Our Pockets ... Everything Included ... 15

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  16. Yes.. It changes (almost) everything 16 / 45

  17. 17 / 45 Immersive Fish don't know water exists... until

    beached Marshall McLuhan (via Golding)
  18. 18 / 45 Mobiles Become Part of a New Culture

    With Every New Opportunity Comes New Threat ... With Every Good Thing There is A Bad Side ...
  19. 19 / 45 Mobiles Become Part of a New Culture

    With Every Fun Thing There Might be A Serious Danger ...
  20. 20 / 45 Mobiles Become Part of a New Culture

    Please... always be a Human!
  21. 21 / 45 Background Facts Overview Hyper-Connectivity Data Proliferation

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  23. Connected Things in Numbers (Source: Cisco via NCTA) 23 /

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  24. 5G & IoT When 5G, the fth generation of wireless

    communications technology, arrives in 2020, engineers expect that it will be able to handle about 1000 times more mobile data than today's cellular systems. It will also become the backbone of the Internet of Things (IoT). Ref: Why IoT Needs 5G - IEEE Spectrum 5G as the rst network designed to be scalable, versatile, and energy smart for the hyper- connected Internet of Everything world. Ref: The plans for 5G to power the IoT 24 / 45
  25. Extreme & Diverse Requirements - Qualcomm 25 / 45

  26. 26 / 45 Apps & Examples Connected Things IoT 1.

    Overview 2. Wearables 3. Smart-Home & Appliances 4. Connected Vehicle 5. Connected Factory 6. Smart-City 7. Robots & Drones 8. Virtual & Mixed-Reality
  27. 27 / 45 Background Facts Overview Hyper-Connectivity Data Proliferation

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  30. Computer at the Center Hub and Gateway Global Connectivity 30

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  31. Big-Data Streaming Sensor Data to the Cloud Creating Values from

    Big-Data 31 / 45
  32. Right-Time Stream Right Info - Right Person - Right Time

    - Right Place 32 / 45
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  34. Data is the new oil - [The Economist - D

    Parkins] 34 / 45
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  36. Onboarding Culture of Agility 36 / 45

  37. Technology goes beyond mere tool making; it is a process

    of creating ever more powerful technology using the tools from the previous round of innovation. The Singularity is Near, Ray Kurzweil 37 / 45
  38. Tech Acceleration It feels like technology is progressing faster than

    ever. Is it really? How can we keep up with the steadily change in technology? 38 / 45
  39. Agile Initiatives The Culture of Agility Open, Collaborative, Automated, ...

    39 / 45
  40. University Ecosystem 40 / 45

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  43. Refs/Resources 43 / 45

  44. Selected References 1. Qualcomm Technologies Inc., Leading the World to

    5G, February 2016 2. Paul Golding, Connected Services: A Guide to the Internet Technologies Shaping the Future of Mobile Services and Operators, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2011, ISBN 978-0-470-97455-1 3. The Mobile Playbook +Many others cited in-context (on resp. slides). Credits Icons made by Prosymbols from Flaticon Photo by Stig Ottesen on Unsplash 44 / 45
  45. 45 / 45 END Eueung Mulyana https://telematika.org/remark/ecosys 12 Oct 2018

    | CC BY-SA