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Andrew J Haire. Agenda  Let us define Terms…  What do we know so far  How did we get here  What are Implications to Policy Makers  What will this.

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1 Andrew J Haire

2 Agenda  Let us define Terms…  What do we know so far  How did we get here  What are Implications to Policy Makers  What will this mean, and where will it go… PTC15 – 20 January

3 Where is the industry going? PTC15 – 20 January Smart… Governance Healthcare Building Mobility Infrastructure Technology Citizen Energy City Source: Univ of Vt, USA  The notion of Smart… And of course - the Smartphone

4 Implication: Business Models PTC15 – 20 January Apps Garbage collection based on container sensors Green Parks that advise when to water Lighting that adjusts with the presence of citizens Sensors to measure air quality, vibrations, noise Traffic control; public safety Transportation and Parking Payment systems; space identification; traffic flow tracking Augmented reality to determine location; City guides Bike sharing Buildings and residential dwellings Automated climate control based on living habits Open Data Initiatives

5 M2M  Devices and sensors  They watch and inform  They collect and send  Point to point PTC15 – 20 January Cloud  Houses Information  AND offers processing capabilities…  Not sensors IoT or IoE  Usually the ‘thing’ is asked  Interaction  Things to Person  Things to Things Big Data  More, Messy, Correlations  Analytics  Uses Cloud Let’s Define…

6 Determined Drivers  Costs of computing, storage  Ease with which we can share and communicate PTC15 – 20 January What is this creating  Choosing the right platform  Weaknesses in multi- jurisdictional regulation Where is the Value  Not in number of connections, but  People, Process, Data, and these Things What are the policy implications  Implications wider, but let’s examine 5  Public information (some Personal)  Privacy / Security  Scarce resources - spectrum  New competition paradigm  Collaborative gov’t policy focus What needs our Attention?

7 Implication: Policy  Access to public information  Individual privacy and security  Scarce Resource (wireless) Policy  Regulator’s collaborative role  New Competition Paradigm PTC15 – 20 January

8 Implication: Policy  Access to public information  Individual privacy and security  Scarce Resource (wireless) Policy  Regulator’s collaborative role  New Competition Paradigm PTC15 – 20 January Data Openness to achieve transparency Public Trust Who sees this information? Societal Benefits Value belongs (usually) to others

9 Implication: Policy  Access to public information  Individual privacy and security  Scarce Resource (wireless) Policy  Regulator’s collaborative role  New Competition Paradigm PTC15 – 20 January Understand that these two issues are different Growing Ability to Track Individuals Rights to be Forgotten Responsibility to Protect from unwanted intrusion Traditional tenants of Data Protection: Individual Notice; Opt-out; Anonomization Don’t work!

10 Implication: Policy  Access to public information  Individual privacy and security  Scarce Resource (wireless) Policy  Regulator’s collaborative role  New Competition Paradigm PTC15 – 20 January Growing need to use scarce radio spectrum M2M (and some IoT) devices platform specific Varying types of transmission, from Numbering Policy Some platforms use telephone numbers Some use IP addresses Some use unique identifiers Who manages & should they be regulated, if scarce? Brief bursts continual streaming Highly infrequent continuous Lends itself to spectral inefficiency

11 Implication: Policy  Access to public information  Individual privacy and security  Scarce Resource (wireless) Policy  Regulator’s collaborative role  New Competition Paradigm PTC15 – 20 January The old methods are obsolete; regulator & policy must collaborate w/ others in government Crosses sectoral boundaries Enter the era of compromise

12 Implication: Policy  Access to public information  Individual privacy and security  Scarce Resource (wireless) Policy  Regulator’s collaborative role  New Competition Paradigm PTC15 – 20 January IoT may prompt further liberalization of market, if there exists a compelling demand for capabilities. Compliance becomes so confusing Whose rules?

13 Where will this go?  Multi sector; multi jurisdiction policy  Standards will become more crucial.  Aim toward critical mass, multi-stakeholder activities  Open Data Initiatives PTC15 – 20 January

14 PTC15 – 20 January Andrew J Haire

15 Where is the industry going?  Growth PTC15 – 20 January

16  Growth  Technology  Rapidly Shifting  Business models Where is the industry going? But the most versatile sensor of all: People PTC15 – 20 January

17 Let’s (further) Define… PTC15 – 20 January Source: Arc C


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