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NJNF Killer Applications Group 4 Gatis Špats, Albert Juan, Damian Metryka, Michał Sypniewski, Jordi Paillissé Supervisor: Marcel Fernández.

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1 NJNF Killer Applications Group 4 Gatis Špats, Albert Juan, Damian Metryka, Michał Sypniewski, Jordi Paillissé Supervisor: Marcel Fernández.

2 Problem statement services No services No demand for services No HS connections No demand for HS connections

3 Questions 1.Which services should be developed for high capacity connections ? 2.What partners should be and how can they be organized ?

4 Present services eeru/traffic-types-in-internet Focus on video streaming Multimedia content. Download/Upload link speed.

5 Killer applications 1. HD Telemonitoring 2. Live Social Network 3. Online storage

6 Killer applications 1. HD Telemonitoring 2. Live Social Network 3. Online storage

7 HD Telemonitoring

8 Internet - fiber optics

9 HD Telemonitoring ALARM!! Internet - fiber optics

10 HD Telemonitoring - function Home surveillance Care/oversee of old/disabled Home recovery after surgery Videoconferencing/ telepresence

11 First function: Home surveillance

12 Home surveillance - general idea Watch remotely what is happening in your house.

13 Home surveillance - benefits Protection Sense of security See your house whenever you want Deter burglars

14 Home surveillance - expected market 20% of people have burglary 90% of this group wants to establish monitoring after the accident A house with home surveillance is three times less likely to be burglarized It's nearly 18% of potential market place

15 Second function: Cary of old/disable people

16 Care of old/disabled people - general idea

17 Care of old/disabled people - benefits Can see patient quicker Can see patient more often Decreased travel costs Patients can be kept in the community Patients do not go to ER as often

18 Care/oversee of old people - expected market Potential market Statistics: 15% of people over 65 year must stay home nearly 78% want go out faster from hospital 68% of people are dissatisfied with the quality of hospital stay EU average: 17% of population is over 65.

19 Third function: Recorvery after surgery at home

20 Recovery after surgery at home - general idea

21 Recovery after surgery at home - benefits Leave hospital sooner - less cost More comfortable There is no place like home Camera system takes care of the patient System can detect if there is a problem

22 Recovery after surgery at home - expected market Average length of stay in hospital is 7 days Can achieve 14% reduction in bed days Over 85% want to go out from hospital sooner

23 Fourth function: Videoconferencing / telepresence

24 Videoconferencing / telepresence - general idea

25 Videoconferencing / telepresence - benefits Better quality All rooms connection Video living

26 Videoconferencing / telepresence - expected market over 75% of people will using video conferencing in 2013 over 40% of users are not satisfied with the quality

27 Viability & Requirements Now:With fiber: low resoutionhigh quality HD camera big latency smooth viedo live streaming offline low latency Fiber optic needed !

28 Recovery after surgery Potential partners Public Health Care System Fiber optics companies Security companies Hospitals Care of old people Home surveillance

29 Killer applications 1. HD Telemonitoring 2. Live Social Network 3. Online storage

30 Live Social Network "LiveBook" General idea

31 Live Social network Expected market Facebook users worldwide : Twitter users worldwide : G+ users worldwide : Total users:

32 Live Social network Expected market More than 60% Internet users are also social network users in 2012

33 Live Social Network "LiveBook" Share video and audio in real time with high quality

34 LiveBook for Business

35 Advanced possibilities

36 Live Social network Viability Virtual retina display technology Market-ready solutions Google glasses could be on sale by the year's end at a cost of $250 Small form factor wearable cameras

37 Live Social Network "LiveBook" Augmented reality Virtual space in which players immerse themselves into that space and exceed the bounds of physical reality 5 MINUTES TO FINISH TURKEY OUT OF MILK!!! 25 0 C Dr. House in 7 minutes

38 Live Social Network "LiveBook" LALAAALLALA!! YEAH!!!! THIS SONG IS AWESOME!!!! YEAH!! IT IS!!!!

39 Live Social Network „LiveBook” games example - virtual hunting

40 Live Social Network „LiveBook” New era of live games in HD VIDEO STREAMS (YOU/OTHERS) LOCATION SPEED DIRECTION PERSONAL PREFERENCES INFORMATON ABOUT FRIENDS IMAGE AND VOICE RECOGNITION GAMING HISTORY BODY SENSORS (STRESS, HEARTHRATE, TEMPERATURE)

41 Live Social network Viability

42 Live Social network Viability Predictions about advertising market

43 Technical Requirements - LiveBook core application - LiveBook supporting apps (TV, iPads, Android, PC, gaming consoles) - broadband technology penetration - wearable cameras / special glasses - sensors - player's device

44 Organizational requirements 1) LiveBook alliance - device producers, Social Networks, OS/browser developers >>agree on using common open standards 2) Local governments >> promote broadband technology penetration >> ensure 'safe' usage of 'always online' technology

45 Killer applications 1. HD Telemonitoring 2. Live Social Network 3. Online storage

46 Online storage. General idea. "Online storage technology is the closest to us and with more potential nowadays" High capacity servers. "OSS private company" Upload/Download high speed connection. "Broadband network infrastucture"

47 "Local storage will bite us"

48 "Online storage will stroke us" Network of servers interconnected P(crash server) = 0 X00 times/min access

49 Online storage. ADSL connection. 700 Mb time Aprox 60 min

50 Online storage. ADSL connection. 700 Mb t i m e time Aprox 60 min HD movie upload. Time = DAYS!!!! Gb (3D-Blu-Ray)

51 Online storage. Fiber optics connection Gb (3D-Blu-Ray) time Many hours DAYS

52 Requeriments. - High capacity storage servers. Large/expensive infrastucture. -Security network. -Fast speed link (FTTH). FO infrastucture Co.

53 Partners, expected market. Business partners involved: 1.Online/Server storage private companies.(OSS companies) 2.Fiber optic infrastucture companies.(FO companies) Potential market: Everybody: For all ages Public: Hospitals, goverment, security forces... Private: companies, teleworkers

54 How to organize all of this killer applications?

55 How to organize all of this app.? Bundle service/application with fiber connection service. Offer customers the facility of free FO infrastucture installation. TERM CONTRACT NEED. But How? 1.Service company pay the FO infrastucture installation. 2.FO infrastucture installation company, install it. 3. Service Co. have benefits. (monthly payment of clients)

56 Conclusions > HD Telemonitoring > Live Social Network > Online storage LACK OF FIBER OPTICS

57 Conclusions Project organization in several steps. Google Docs workspace used. We remade ideas&slides a LOT of times. Final subdivision of tasks in groups according to the three proposals Different aproaches-Results vs process.

58 Questions…

59 Thanks for listening!!

60 NJNF Group 4 Gatis Špats, Albert Juan, Damian Metryka, Michał Sypniewski, Jordi Paillissé


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