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  1. Sam George

    Slide 1 - Sam George

    • Partner Director Program Management
    • Azure IoT
    • Create the Internet of Your Things: The Microsoft Vision for IoT
    • 2-652
    • Steve Teixeira
    • Partner Director Program Management
    • Windows IoT
    • //build/ content is being presented by Microsoft Office Mix The video for this session will be available shortly
  2. IoT Opportunity

    Slide 2 - IoT Opportunity

    • Azure IoT
    • Windows IoT
    • Agenda
  3. IoT is an Inflection Point

    Slide 3 - IoT is an Inflection Point

    • Hardware
    • is cheap
    • Connectivity
    • is pervasive
    • Development
    • is easy
    • New Innovative Scenarios
    • Huge benefits
    • fuel demand
  4. IoT 2010

    Slide 4 - IoT 2010

    • Cell phone
    • VoIP phone
    • HVAC
    • Computer
    • Vending
    • Printer
    • Security
    • Media player
    • Oven
    • Automobile
    • Smart scale
    • Refrigerator
    • Television
    • Microwave
    • Coffee maker
    • Alarm clock
    • HOME
    • HOME
    • WORKPLACE
  5. Sleep tracking

    Slide 5 - Sleep tracking

    • COMMUTE
    • COMMUTE
    • Home security
    • Home automation
    • Leak detection
    • Smart appliances
    • Indoor navigation
    • Health monitoring
    • Smart lighting
    • Pet tracking
    • Information capture
    • Trip tracking and car health
    • Control
    • Child and eldermonitoring
    • Sports and fitness
    • Air conditioning and temperature control
    • Environmental sensors
    • Behavior modification
    • Garden, lawn and plant care
    • Food and nutrition tracking
    • Beacons and proximity
    • New devices and sensors
    • Object tracking
    • Identity
    • Smart vending machines
    • Medication adherence
    • Bike ride stats and protection
    • Entertainment systems
    • Office equipment
    • IoT 2015
    • HOME
    • HOME
    • WORKPLACE
  6. 1970

    Slide 6 - 1970

    • 1980
    • 1990
    • 2000
    • 2010
    • 10,000,000,000
    • 1,000,000,000
    • 100,000,000
    • 10,000,000
    • 1,000,000
    • 100,000
    • 10,000
    • 1,000
    • Transistors
    • Moore’s Law
    • Metcalf‘s Law
    • Disruptive Forces
    • And more importantly:
    • what can you do by combining and analyzing signals from all of these IoT devices?
    • Koomey’s Law
    • 1.E+14
    • 1.E+12
    • 1.E+10
    • 1.E+08
    • 1.E+06
    • 1.E+04
    • 1.E+02
    • 1.E+00
    • Computations
    • per KWh
    • 1940
    • 2010
    • 1975
  7. Slide 7

    • 25 BILLIONConnected “things”will be in use by 2020
    • Gartner
    • $7.2 TRILLIONworldwide market for IoT solutionsby 2020
    • IDC: Worldwide and Regional Internet of Things (IoT) 2014–2020 Forecast
  8. Microsoft IoT

    Slide 8 - Microsoft IoT

    • Comprehensive solutions from device to cloud
    • IoT Editions Power a Broad Range of Devices
    • 20 years of history in embedded devices
    • One Windows platform for all devices
    • Enterprise-ready, Maker-friendly
    • Designed for today’s IoT environments
    • Free IoT Core edition!
    • Cloud-Based IoT Services & Solutions
    • Easy to provision, use and manage
    • Pay as you go, scale as you need
    • Global reach, hyper scale
    • End-to-end security & privacy
    • Windows, Mbed, Linux, iOS, Android, RTOS support
    • Azure IoT
  9. Slide 9

    • Azure IoT
  10. Slide 10

    • Cloud based IoT Solutions
    • IoT Device & Cloud Patterns
    • Azure IoT services
    • Azure IoT Suite
    • Azure IoT
    • What I’ll Cover
  11. Slide 11

    • Cloud Based IoT Solutions
    • Three parts of an IoT solution
    • 1
    • Device connectivity & management
    • 2
    • Analytics & operationalized insights
    • 3
    • Presentation & business connectivity
    • Easy to provision, use and manage
    • Pay as you go, scale as you need
    • Global reach, hyper scale
    • End to end security & privacy
    • Azure IoT
  12. Slide 12

    • Field Gateway
    • Device
    • Connectivity & Management
    • IoT Device & Cloud Patterns
    • Devices
    • RTOS, Linux, Windows, Android, iOS
    • Cloud Gateway
    • Event Hubs
    • Field Gateway
    • Protocol Adaptation
    • Event Hubs
    • High scale telemetry ingestion service
    • HTTP/AMQP protocol support
    • Each Event Hub supports
    • 1 million publishers
    • 1GB/s ingress
    • Generally available worldwide
    • 18 Billion messages per day
    • 60+ TB ingested per day
  13. Slide 13

    • Field Gateway
    • Device
    • Connectivity & Management
    • IoT Device & Cloud Patterns
    • Devices
    • RTOS, Linux, Windows, Android, iOS
    • Cloud Gateway
    • Event Hubs
    • Field Gateway
    • Protocol Adaptation
    • Additional IoT Needs
    • Command & control
    • Device identity
    • Device registry
    • Device management
    • Coming with the Azure IoT Suite…
  14. Slide 14

    • Field Gateway
    • Device
    • Connectivity & Management
    • IoT Device & Cloud Patterns
    • Devices
    • RTOS, Linux, Windows, Android, iOS
    • Protocol Adaptation
    • Cloud Gateway
    • Event Hubs
    • &
    • IoT Hub
    • Field Gateway
    • Protocol Adaptation
    • IoT Hub
    • Capability of the Azure IoT Suite
    • Bi-directional device <-> cloud
    • Up to 10 million devices
    • Telemetry ingestion
    • Command & control
    • Device registry & identity
    • Device Management
    • HTTP/AMQP
    • Extensible protocol support / MQTT
  15. Slide 15

    • Field Gateway
    • Device
    • Connectivity & Management
    • IoT Device & Cloud Patterns
    • Devices
    • RTOS, Linux, Windows, Android, iOS
    • Protocol Adaptation
    • Cloud Gateway
    • Event Hubs
    • &
    • IoT Hub
    • Field Gateway
    • Protocol Adaptation
    • Cross-Platform
    • Device Support
    • Open source “agent” framework
    • Simple, secure device <-> cloud connectivity & management
    • RTOS, Linux, Windows, Android, iOS
    • Easy to use, not required
    • Cross Platform C Code
    • OS Abstraction Layer / OS Bindings
    • C API
    • .NET API
    • Java API
    • Javascript API
  16. Slide 16

    • Field Gateway
    • Device
    • Connectivity & Management
    • Analytics &
    • Operationalized Insights
    • IoT Device & Cloud Patterns
    • Devices
    • RTOS, Linux, Windows, Android, iOS
    • Protocol Adaptation
    • Batch Analytics & Visualizations
    • Azure HDInsight, AzureML, Power BI,
    • Azure Data Factory
    • Hot Path Analytics
    • Azure Stream Analytics, Azure HDInsight Storm
    • Hot Path Business Logic
    • Service Fabric & Actor Framework
    • Cloud Gateway
    • Event Hubs
    • &
    • IoT Hub
    • Field Gateway
    • Protocol Adaptation
    • Find insights to
    • Power new services
    • Improve your “things”
    • Operationalize your insights in real time
    • IoT Scale
    • Object Models & Business Logic
  17. Slide 17

    • Field Gateway
    • Device
    • Connectivity & Management
    • Analytics &
    • Operationalized Insights
    • Presentation &
    • Business Connectivity
    • IoT Device & Cloud Patterns
    • Devices
    • RTOS, Linux, Windows, Android, iOS
    • Protocol Adaptation
    • Batch Analytics & Visualizations
    • Azure HDInsight, AzureML, Power BI,
    • Azure Data Factory
    • Hot Path Analytics
    • Azure Stream Analytics, Azure HDInsight Storm
    • Presentation &
    • Business Connectivity
    • App Service, Websites
    • Dynamics, BizTalk Services, Notification Hubs
    • Hot Path Business Logic
    • Service Fabric & Actor Framework
    • Cloud Gateway
    • Event Hubs
    • &
    • IoT Hub
    • Field Gateway
    • Protocol Adaptation
  18. Microsoft Azure IoT services

    Slide 18 - Microsoft Azure IoT services

    • Devices
    • Device Connectivity
    • Storage
    • Analytics
    • Presentation & Action
    • Event Hubs
    • SQL Database
    • Machine Learning
    • App Service
    • Service Bus
    • Table/Blob Storage
    • Stream Analytics
    • Power BI
    • External Data Sources
    • DocumentDB
    • HDInsight
    • Notification Hubs
    • External Data Sources
    • Data Factory
    • Mobile Services
    • BizTalk Services
    • { }
  19. CHALLENGE

    Slide 19 - CHALLENGE

    • Rockwell Automation is the world’s largest industrial automation and information firm with 22,500 employees and customers in more than 80 countries. Rockwell Automation wanted to transform the way they do business in the oil and gas industry by bringing the data generated by even the most remote assets into the cloud and using advanced analytics to provide unprecedented business insights.
    • Improves access to production and supply chain data worldwide, reducing downtime costs by as much as $300,000 per day
    • Modernizes transaction data by replacing a paper-based system with immediate electronic records
    • Enables data insights that help customers orchestrate everything from deliveries to equipment maintenance
    • BENEFITS
    • SOLUTION
    • Rockwell Automation created a solution to monitor expensive capital assets and use that data to improve operational efficiency, drive better performance and enable innovation. Based on Microsoft Azure Internet of Things services, the solution collects, integrates, and organizes sensor data from remote equipment across global supply chains to support real-time insight, predictive analytics, and preventive maintenance.
    • ROCKWELL AUTOMATION
    • Fueling the oil and gas industry with IoT
    • “What we’re talking about is delivering a degree of collaboration and visibility unheard of in the oil and gas industry.”
    • Doug WeberBusiness Manager, Remote Application Monitoring
  20. CHALLENGE

    Slide 20 - CHALLENGE

    • Operated by Stanford University for the United States Department of Energy, the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory is a 50-year-old, two-mile-long particle accelerator and research center. Over the years, six scientists have received Nobel prizes for work conducted there. To ensure continuous availability of this critical scientific resource and keep it running as smoothly as the day it was built, SLAC teams are collaborating to explore the Internet of Things (IoT).
    • Keeps science accelerating by collecting and analyzing potentially millions of data points in near-real time to predict potential failure
    • Helps technicians understand how disparate systems interoperate, so they can upgrade more strategically and avoid downtime
    • Continually increases precision by feeding information back into Azure Machine Learning on the root causes of detected anomalies
    • BENEFITS
    • SOLUTION
    • SLAC is collecting data from intelligent sensors and feeding it into the cloud where it can be analyzed for early detection of anomalies — allowing engineers to anticipate problems, take action and prevent failure. Working with Microsoft Open Technologies, SLAC used the open-source project ConnectTheDots.io to integrate the diverse array of sensor formats in one of its klystron cooling systems. Azure Event Hubs then packages and routes the data to Azure Machine Learning for near-real-time analysis.
    • SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
    • Transforming subatomic research with IoT
    • “The advantage we gain is that the algorithms can look through everything at once and just return the things we actually need to focus on, so we can take action.
    • Marcus Keenan
    • Manager of Instrumentation and Controls for Facilities and Operations
  21. CHALLENGE

    Slide 21 - CHALLENGE

    • Fujitsu is the world’s fourth-largest IT services provider with approximately 162,000 employees in more than 100 countries and holds about 97,000 patents worldwide. Fujitsu wanted to help dairy farmers increase production, improve data insights and transform their business by optimizing the timing of artificial insemination (AI). It also wanted to decrease loss through early detection of health issues.
    • Improves calf production up to 31%, with an average of 12%
    • Modernizes data access with mobile phone alerts, reducing labor costs for monitoring cows
    • Transforms herd management by allowing farmers to increase chances of producing a male or female calf
    • Reduces loss by detecting 8-10 different kinds of diseases in cattle
    • BENEFITS
    • SOLUTION
    • Fujitsu learned from public research that a cow produces more estrus (goes into heat) 16 hours after the number of steps increases significantly. The company created an innovative solution which uses a rugged pedometer with a five-year battery to measure the number of footsteps a cow takes, then sends that data to the cloud for analysis to determine optimum AI timing and even affect calf gender. In addition, the patterns of steps can detect disease in cattle. Alerts are delivered to the farmer’s cell phone.
    • FUJITSU
    • The connected cow: Using IoT to transform cattle production
  22. The Microsoft Architecture for the Internet of ThingsKevin Miller

    Slide 22 - The Microsoft Architecture for the Internet of ThingsKevin Miller

    • IoT Security FundamentalsClemens Vasters
    • Designing and sizing a global scale telemetry platform on Azure Event HubsDan Rosanova
    • Gaining Real-Time IoT Insights Using Azure Stream Analytics, Azure ML, and Power BIClemens Szyperski
    • Azure IoT services: Learning more @ //build/
  23. Accelerate time-to-value

    Slide 23 - Accelerate time-to-value

    • Easy deployment of IoT applications for the most common use cases
    • Remote monitoring, asset management, and predictive maintenance
    • Simplified & predictable billing
    • Plan and budget appropriately through a simple predictable business model
    • Scale to meet your needs without redesigning
    • Start with a proof of concept
    • Grow and extend to support millions of assets without redesigning
    • Coming Soon: Microsoft Azure IoT Suite
  24. Azure IoT services

    Slide 24 - Azure IoT services

    • Microsoft Azure IoT Suite
    • Accelerate your business transformation
    • Azure IoT Suite
    • Predictive Maintenance
    • Remote Monitoring
    • Asset Management
    • And more…
    • Addresses
    • common scenarios:
    • Enables you to
    • Mine data
    • Take action
    • Connect assets
    • Monitoring
  25. Connecting Your Devices to the Azure IoT SuiteElio Damaggio senior program manager for Microsoft IoT, shows developers how to use the Azure IoT Suite to connect devices, capture the data generated, integrate and orchestrate the flow of that data, and manage, analyze and present it as usable information. This session will be offered on-demand.

    Slide 25 - Connecting Your Devices to the Azure IoT SuiteElio Damaggio senior program manager for Microsoft IoT, shows developers how to use the Azure IoT Suite to connect devices, capture the data generated, integrate and orchestrate the flow of that data, and manage, analyze and present it as usable information. This session will be offered on-demand.

    • Azure IoT Suite: Learning more @ //build/
  26. Slide 26

    • IoT
  27. Slide 27

    • One OS
    • Universal Windows Apps
    • Universal Windows Drivers
    • Natural User Interface
    • Enterprise-grade security
    • Trusted Platform Module
    • Advanced Lockdown
    • Multi-user Profiles
    • Industry peripheral support
    • Interoperable
    • Deploy, service, manage
    • Azure IoT-ready
    • One Windows
    • Platform
    • Secure
    • Connected
    • IoT
  28. IoT Platform Convergence

    Slide 28 - IoT Platform Convergence

    • v6.5
    • Windows Embedded Handheld
    • Windows Embedded
    • Windows on Devices
    • Windows Embedded Standard
    • v8.1
    • Converged
    • OS kernel
    • Converged
    • app model
    • v7
    • Windows Embedded Compact
    • Windows 10
    • v2013
    • Porting Tools
    • v8
    • v7
  29. Slide 29

    • Windows 10 IoT Editions
    • +
    • Microsoft
    • Azure IoT
    • Security &Identity
    • Windows Updates
    • Visual Studio &UWP
    • Windows 10 IoT for industry devices
    • Desktop Shell, Win32 apps, Universal apps and drivers
    • Minimum: 1 GB RAM, 16 GB storage
    • X86/x64
    • Windows 10 IoT for mobile devices
    • Modern Shell, Mobile apps, Universal apps and drivers
    • Minimum: 512 MB RAM, 4 GB storage
    • ARM
    • Windows 10 IoT Core
    • Universal Apps and Drivers
    • No shell or MS apps
    • Minimum: 256MB RAM, 2GB storage
    • X86/x64 or ARM
    • Integrated Device Connectivity
    • New User Interfaces
  30. Windows 10 IoT Core preview available for Minnowboard Max and Raspberry Pi 2

    Slide 30 - Windows 10 IoT Core preview available for Minnowboard Max and Raspberry Pi 2

    • Announcing!
    • www.windowsondevices.com
  31. Demo – Weather Station

    Slide 31 - Demo – Weather Station

    • Windows 10 IoT Core in Action
  32. AllJoyn support in all Windows 10 Editions

    Slide 32 - AllJoyn support in all Windows 10 Editions

    • I can send notifications
    • I have lighting interface
    • I can send notifications.
    • I have a clock interface
    • I display notifications.
    • I have the clock interface!
    • I display notifications.
    • I have the clock interface!
    • I display notifications.
    • I have the clock interface!
    • I can send and display notifications
    • I can send notifications
    • 72°
    • 120
    • 80
    • Your Devices Work Together
    • Across Protocol and Ecosystem Barriers
    • Connected
    • Discovery
    • Cross Platform
    • Management
    • Interoperability
    • Security
    • Open Source
  33. Slide 33

    • Manage Complete Lifecycle of your Device
    • Consistent MDM capabilities across Mobile, Desktop, and IoT products
    • ENROLLMENT
    • INVENTORY
    • APPLICATION MANAGEMENT
    • DEVICE CONFIGURATION AND SECURITY
    • REMOTE ASSISTANCE
    • UNENROLLMENT
    • One Windows Platform
  34. Building consumer and enterprise device solutions with UAP and Windows 10 IoTCyra Richardson

    Slide 34 - Building consumer and enterprise device solutions with UAP and Windows 10 IoTCyra Richardson

    • Windows for Makers: Raspberry Pi 2, Arduino, and more!Steve Teixeira
    • A Retail Journey:  New point-of-sale peripherals and NFC/HCE support in Windows 10Tony Goodhew & Demet Bezmez
    • AllJoyn: Building Windows apps that discover, connect and interact with other devices and cloud services using AllJoynGavin Gear
    • Drop by the hands-on lab here at //build/
    • Visit www.windowsondevices.com
    • Windows IoT: Learning more @ //build/
  35. In conclusion

    Slide 35 - In conclusion

    • Let’s work together to transform to a digital business with the Internet of Your Things
    • Microsoft and our partners have the technology and the experience to make it a reality
    • The Internet of Things is happening now
  36. Slide 37

    • Manage Complete Lifecycle of your Device
    • Consistent MDM capabilities across Mobile, Desktop, and IoT products
    • Provisioning
    • Bulk enrollment
    • Simple bootstrap
    • Converged protocol
    • Azure AD Integration
    • Extended set of policies(Parity with Windows Phone 8.1)
    • Client cert mgmt, incl PFX install
    • Enterprise Wi-Fi
    • VPN management
    • Email provisioning
    • MDM Push
    • Device Update control
    • Kiosk Mode, Start screen, Start menu configuration and control
    • Curated Windows Store
    • Volume Purchase Program app deployment; License reclaim/re-use
    • Enterprise App management
    • Simplified LOB app management
    • Win32 (MSI) app management
    • App inventory (LOB/store apps)
    • App allow/deny lists via Applocker
    • Enterprise data protection
    • Full device wipe
    • Remote Lock, PIN reset, Ring, & Find
    • Enhanced inventory for compliance decisions
    • Unenrollment with alerts
    • Removal of Enterprise configuration (apps, certs, profiles, policies) and Enterprise encrypted data (with EDP)
    • ENROLLMENT
    • INVENTORY
    • APPLICATION MANAGEMENT
    • DEVICE CONFIGURATION AND SECURITY
    • REMOTE ASSISTANCE
    • UNENROLLMENT
    • Additional device inventory
    • One Windows Platform
  37. Microsoft IoT Platform

    Slide 38 - Microsoft IoT Platform

    • Vehicle Tracking Device
    • Cameras
    • Power Meter
    • Load Meter
    • Smoke Fire Alarms
    • Humidity Sensor
    • Flow Meter
    • Occupancy Sensor
    • Temperature Sensor
    • Machine Controller
    • Vehicle Tracking
    • Smart Grid
    • General Equipment
    • Retail Kiosk
    • Smart Home
    • Healthcare
    • Smart Building Automation
    • Digital Advertising
    • Fire Detection
    • MAKER
    • Intelligent Device
    • OEM
    • Device-as-a-Service
    • ENTERPRISE
    • Intelligent Operations
    • END USER
    • Personal Productivity
    • Windows I0 IoT
    • Aggregation | Event Processing |
    • Multi-Wireless Protocol
    • FIELD GATEWAY
    • Data Ingress, Egress
    • Data Storage, Security
    • Event Processing
    • Analytics Platform
    • Microsoft Azure
    • Remote Monitoring & Servicing
    • Asset Management
    • Usage based Billing
    • AllJoyn, Device Orchestration
    • Device & Firmware Updates
    • Command & Control
    • Content Delivery
    • Compliance Management
    • Predictive Maintenance
    • Analytics (BI, ML)
    • Enterprise integration
    • Data Visualization
    • Capabilities
    • NETWORK
  38. Easily Build Retail Line of Business SolutionsRetail Peripherals Supported Inbox

    Slide 39 - Easily Build Retail Line of Business SolutionsRetail Peripherals Supported Inbox

    • Receipt Printer
    • Cash Drawer
    • Barcode Scanner
    • Mag-Stripe Reader
    • Payment Terminal
    • NEW
    • NEW
    • 3rd Party Enabled
    • APIs in Windows 10 SDK and DDK
    • Adapted from UnifiedPOS standard
    • 3rd provided libraries
    • One Windows Platform
    • 8.1+
    • 8.1+
  39. Slide 40

    • PredictiveMaintenance
    • RemoteMonitoring
    • Asset Management
    • IoT Suite
  40. What I’ll show

    Slide 41 - What I’ll show

    • Cross platform device support
    • Device Telemetry & Commands
    • Sneak Peek: Azure IoT Suite
    • Azure IoT Suite
    • 10
  41. Slide 42

    • Why the Internet of Things matters
    • Redefine customer service
    • Open new business opportunities
    • Build competitive edge
    • Gain insight and agility
  42. Slide 43

    • Microsoft’s view
    • The Internet of Things starts with your things
    • Build on the infrastructure you already have
    • Add more devices to the ones you already own
    • Get more from the data that already exists
    • Stop just running your business. Start making it thrive. Start realizing the potential of the Internet of Your Things.
  43. Slide 44

    • People
    • Environments
    • Things
    • Capabilities
    • Remote Monitoring & Servicing
    • Asset Management
    • Usage Based Billing
    • AllJoyn, Device Orchestration
    • Device & Firmware Updates
    • Command & Control
    • Content Delivery
    • Compliance Management
    • Predictive Maintenance
    • Analytics (BI, ML)
    • Enterprise integration
    • Data Visualization
    • The Internet of Things
  44. Backups

    Slide 45 - Backups

  45. Slide 46

    • THE INTERNET OF THINGS
  46. Slide 47

    • Solution Portal
    • Provisioning API
    • Identity & Registry Stores
    • Stream Event Processor
    • Analytics/ Machine Learning
    • Data Visualization & Presentation
    • Device State Store
    • Gateway
    • Azure IoT Services Reference Architecture
    • Storage
    • IP capable devices
    • Existing IoT devices
    • Low power devices
    • Presentation
    • Device and Event Processing
    • Data Transport
    • Devices and Data Sources
    • Azure IoT Hub
    • Agent
    • Agent
    • Agent
  47. What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?

    Slide 48 - What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?

    • Connectivity
    • Data
    • Analytics
    • Things
  48. What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?

    Slide 49 - What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?

    • Things
    • Capabilities
    • Remote Monitoring & Servicing
    • Asset Management
    • Usage Based Billing
    • AllJoyn, Device Orchestration
    • Device & Firmware Updates
    • Command & Control
    • Content Delivery
    • Compliance Management
    • Predictive Maintenance
    • Analytics (BI, ML)
    • Enterprise integration
    • Data Visualization
  49. Slide 50

    • Bringing the Internet of Things to life
    • Services help you make sense of the data:
    • Microsoft Azure IoT services
    • Azure Machine Learning | HDInsight | Power BI
    • Things produce data…
    • You have things…
    • Other devices & line-of-business assets
    • Windows devices
  50. Microsoft IoT Platform

    Slide 51 - Microsoft IoT Platform

    • Vehicle Tracking Device
    • Cameras
    • Power Meter
    • Load Meter
    • Smoke Fire Alarms
    • Humidity Sensor
    • Flow Meter
    • Occupancy Sensor
    • Temperature Sensor
    • Machine Controller
    • Vehicle Tracking
    • Smart Grid
    • General Equipment
    • Retail Kiosk
    • Smart Home
    • Healthcare
    • Smart Building Automation
    • Digital Advertising
    • Fire Detection
    • MAKER
    • Intelligent Device
    • OEM
    • Device-as-a-Service
    • ENTERPRISE
    • Intelligent Operations
    • END USER
    • Personal Productivity
    • Windows I0 IoT
    • Aggregation | Event Processing |
    • Multi-Wireless Protocol
    • FIELD GATEWAY
    • Data Ingress, Egress
    • Data Storage, Security
    • Event Processing
    • Analytics Platform
    • Microsoft Azure
    • Remote Monitoring & Servicing
    • Asset Management
    • Usage based Billing
    • AllJoyn, Device Orchestration
    • Device & Firmware Updates
    • Command & Control
    • Content Delivery
    • Compliance Management
    • Predictive Maintenance
    • Analytics (BI, ML)
    • Enterprise integration
    • Data Visualization
    • Capabilities
    • NETWORK
  51. Azure Vision: Unlocking the Value of IoT

    Slide 52 - Azure Vision: Unlocking the Value of IoT

    • IoT Solutions
    • Azure IoT Suite, Partner Specialized SaaS Offerings
    • Secure, Easy, At-Scale Device <-> Cloud Connectivity
    • Azure IoT Hub - support a wide variety of devices, OS’s and field gateways
    • Gain Insights with Analytics
    • PowerBI, HDInsight, AzureML
    • Operationalize your Insights
    • Azure Stream Analytics, Azure Storm, Azure Data Factory, Azure IoT Hub
    • Great Cloud Programming Model for IoT
    • PaaS V2 + Actor Framework
    • Enable IoT Data Federation & Partnerships
    • Enable businesses transformation
  52. Slide 53

    • End to End
    • Security & Privacy
    • Data Analytics & Ecosystem
    • Hyper-scale,
    • On-Prem & Hybrid
    • How we differentiate with
    • Azure IoT
  53. Slide 54

    • Increase revenue
    • Reduce operational costs
    • IoT Business Maturity Model(need to rename)
    • Operational efficiency
    • Connect devices, flow data
    • Rules and alerts
    • Optimize resource usage
    • Business intelligence
    • Analyze and visualize data
    • Discover patterns with big data, predictive analytics
    • Mash up related data sets
    • Business transformation
    • New revenue models based on insights
    • Scale to adjacent businesses