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Bye everyone. Thanks. Don't forget to join Max's chat at 11am pacific if you can.

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OK, off to the show floor!

 

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Interesting that there were no product announcements.

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Nathan: He went to the extreme side of keynotes of being an industry statesman not a product pitchman.

Author

they tricky thing is standards: both useful as well as a bane to innovation: are there any standards for IoT in the works?

 

Great read, Rick and everyone, thanks!

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Intel BayTrail person next to us: Where were the new product annoucements?

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Nathan Brookwood next to me: OK if Warren East helped build up mobile, Seagars will work on IoT

Author

Thanks for the commentary, Rick and everyone.

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Seemed pretty straightforward for a keynote. Any surprises here?

 

That's a wrap. Expo now opening
Staff

OK, no news, none expected.

Author

Segars wrap up: There's a lot of innovation ahead, accelerated as cost and latency goes down. Collaboration is key. "There's a lot of garage activity going on and I can't wait to see what comes next"

Author

Digitized medical records is a big deal--but can't take home easily, like an x-ray--its too BIG to own yourself, have to trust your health care provider.

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@ R Colin: Yes, developing countries may even drive e-currency.

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At the healthcare panel I went to had a more measured response to these pie-in-the-sky digital claims, because it has to do with the apps and the data: what you do with the data after you get it.

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Your cell phone is even used a "currency" in developing countries.

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Longer battery life and energy harvesting needed to save energy too.

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He talks about 1st world problems (heating up your car, using a cell phone to unlock your door) to real problems like over population, transportation, healthcare. Iot can help he says

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Segars: Tomorrow's cities of 10-20m people will need IoT

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Arm is trying to position mbed as an alternative to having in house embedded experience
Staff

Seagrs: "Building IoT is firmly in the category of big, hard problems"

Author

I wonder how much energy will be spent doing all this monitoring to save energy?

 

IoT make realtime use of data so RF skills important too.

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Add security, cloud computing, mobile apps to that
Staff

@Susan: Yeah those many embedded programmers know what to do with IoT

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What are IoT skills: embedded systems programming skills plus IT skills?

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Needs to be a good way to share "public" data from our devcies, such as predicting a comign earthquake from accelerometer data from other's phones.

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HP Labs director talked yesterday about big data 3-D visualization projects too...fascinating work

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Segars: Xively developed platform to process IoT data as a basis for apps someone else writes

Author

Visualization is a big deal--best way to conceptualize Big Data.

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Segars: Intellisense.io helping visualize IoT data esp in energy mgt and water use.

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I think Google missed the boat to own the IoT. They'll be a player, tho
Staff

HP wanted to create a global sensor net, but Google has a better chance of pulling it off.

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Segars: Talks IoT in healthcare, transportation, industrial, energy. Big data on remote activities monitored and managed  "Why don't you track everything in every box?" [...with an ARM core ]

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With this gathering of data, how long will it be before Google starts to own IoT? There's gotta be a skunksworks within the Googleplex addressing that

96% of companies expect to be using IoT within 3 years. It's coming fast!
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@R. Colin: My data wants you to pay for it ;-)

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Rich: One interesting debate is how do we provide, even sell access to instrumented sensor nets.

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Yes, the Internet of "us" make us all a little smarter

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Segars: Living in techland everyone talks about IoT all the time. Study shows globally many companies in many industries going from research to planning phase in IoT.

Author
Good question raised: who own the data.
Staff

IoT video starts with Economist study and ends with an ARM ad. Ugh!

 

Author

It's the Internet of... "us".

 

Economist report said a former Proctor and Gamble exec coined the term IoT in 1999. Blame the shampoo maker!

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Segars refers Economist study of IoT ARM commissioned now on arm.com About 3/4 of businesses exploring IoT eg [see Tuesday story on Cisco reorg for IoT]

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That report on the IoT is available to download
Staff

This is similar to what the doctors on a mobile panel I saw a few weeks ago were saying: everyone has a smartphone so that is where the medical digital revolution will be, but there's too much data now.

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Seagars moves on to IoT, leaving the data center discussion to yesterday's keynote from HP.

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900 petabytes of mobile data a month even now
Staff

Segars mentions the Linaro forum co-located with #armtechcon here. Lots of fresh sw needed for mobile and clpoud and IoT

Author

Think of how awful it will be if someone steals your phone...

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Segars is on to the data center, the mega dump of mobile data.

Author

Are we using mobiles for control, or do mobiles control us!

Segars: You smart devcie will be the focal point for interactions with an expanded network of things and the Internet evolves into the....[you guessed it] IoT

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Segars: ok to update your facebook page now: "in cool presentation"

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[More mobile innovations] Segars mentions Proteus ingestible e-pill and patch.

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Segars: Has on order August device and app that provides remote access to eLocks. "When you are fed up with your house uest you can deny access." [Laughs]

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Susan: I want my smartphone to find me a parking spot at the mall on black friday!

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Janine: Yeah I can see grandkids buying me a networked health monitor someday. The Internet of me

Author

I guess i need to have an tablet to find a cab now.

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Segars: Smartphones and tablets at $50 are cheap enough for some govts give to schoolkids.

Author

When I was in college, I always joked that my mother would like to receive the results of a heart rate monitor in her home, so she knew I was still alive! Perhaps I'll get that when my kids go off to college in four or five years...

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Seagars: We are in the infancy of mobility and what devcies connect to wil change [Yes Rich I hear IoT coming]

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Arguably, mobile already has changed how we live.

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Pix of Newton, Nokia candy bar phones up to today's Galaxy and iPhones

Author

It's almost full. About 60 people

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Segars: Just as cars continue to evolve (Tesla, Zip cars)  and change how we live, so will mobile

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Susan: How many folks in the overflow room?

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I think he's going to compare the IoT to the introduction of the car.
Staff

I'm in the overflow room now. Good wifi for free.

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Seagars: Cars kicked off the benchmarking industry. [Yeah, blame them.] But also created a virtuous circle of innovatipon [OK that's good] And gave birth to fuzzy dice!

Author

Segars mentions his house and the HP garage. He's been living in Silicon Valley six years. Not in Bill and dave's garage.

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Like the Return to the Garage theme
Staff

So much for low cost connectivity!

Author

Susan: I bought WiFi from the front row: $12.95 for all day!

Author

Segars on stage: "I've been CEO 4 months and people are asking what will define your tenure...lower cost chips, sw will create a new era of devices and servcies." So the theme is innovation....no surprise!

Author

take good notes, Rick. I have to remain outside to keep the chat going.  No wi fi for me

 

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I am sitting next to an Intel Bay Trail manager and Nathan Brookwood doing competitive analysis. Holy tablet!

Author

Hey, it's a packed house here but I am in the front row and on Wi-Fi...just about to get started!

Author

Standing in line waiting for keynote

 

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Join EE Times's Rick Merritt (Silicon Valley Bureau Chief) and other EE Times editors here for a live chat during ARM CEO Segars keynote at ARM TechCon. Rick will be blogging live during the keynote.

Time: Wednesday, October 30, 2013, commencing at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time / 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time, ending 10 am Pacific Time.

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