IoT Systems and Solutions at a Glance Part 1



the Internet of Things is an exciting opportunity for all of us as system architects semiconductor companies and product companies today I would like to discuss how we build scalable IOT solutions and systems that can address the large opportunity the market is requiring today I would like to talk about the growing and exciting opportunity in front of us then I would like to discuss the macro market trends we are observing as we work with our partners customers and engineering teams these market trends provide challenges that as market partners we need to address in order to provide scalable and complete solutions for the IOT market finally I will discuss new and advanced products and solutions on semiconductor is releasing to expedite the IOT market so how big is this opportunity for us Gartner says there will be twenty six billion connected devices by 2020 Cisco says there will be 50 billion intel says there will be 200 billion and the IDC says 212 billion in any case these are all really big numbers these numbers represent an incredible opportunity for our industry together there are somewhere around fifteen point four billion connected devices and according to IHS that number is expected to expand to thirty point seven billion in 2020 and seventy five point four billion in 2025 let's start talking about the IOT of tomorrow and what it looks like and what we need to do to ensure scalability and success historically the markets building the connected devices has spent the wireless and communication market mobile phones tablets and computers have historically been the foundation for growth with growth and smartphones expected to double over the next three years the IOT is changing the types of connected devices with some exciting markets moving forward connected cars are expected to double as autonomous driving and other features come online the connected home is an exciting vertical with a number of connected devices within home expected to grow from nine devices per home to around 500 we currently have a smart home VR experience which highlights a multitude of connected devices in an interactive environment that you can see here another great opportunity is within a smart city and infrastructure arena as populations grow in cities optimize living experiences like lighting parking communication and energy management we see tremendous opportunities for products and applications over all over the next seven to eight years the number of connected devices is expected to increase by almost five times and all these connected devices pushing the enormous amount of data to the cloud the global daily traffic is expected to go from two exabytes today increasing 60 times to 120 exabytes in 2020 with 120 exabytes of data one of the major growth drivers for IOT is big data as applications and products come online there is a wide variety of data and the data will have different use models and needs think about the challenges storing processing and analyzing data from mobile health devices agriculture industrial automation and our homes Chris Murphy editor from InformationWeek said one of the myths about the Internet of Things is that companies have all the data they need but their real challenge is making sense of it in reality the cost of collecting some kinds of data remains too high the quality of the data isn't always good enough and it remains difficult to integrate multiple data sources as solution providers one of our primary challenges is to provide the correct data which means accurate data and the right amount which can seamlessly integrate into the IOT ecosystem one of the exciting times is to participate in the key developments in rollout of technology I'm sure we have all seen the evolution of the smartphone yesterday we used to look at the phone as a single-use fixture secured to the wall then Motorola develop the first phone that untethered the phone but for all intents and purposes was still just a phone nowadays our smartphones are computers video cameras calculators music players game consoles and much much more we see the same trend in other markets too for centuries people told time by following the Sun and then came the digital watch and now Garmin's new fennecs watch is a story of integration and data the watch not only tells time but workhorse workout data continually monitors heartrate calculates vo2 max monitors sleep patterns receives messages and much much more we continually see this pattern of innovation and integration starting in the consumer and computing markets and moving to other markets we see this trend in lighting home automation on a motive smart energy solar printable infrastructure again as partners we have 50 billion devices to connect over the next 10 years we see data taking a lead position we see innovation and integration continuing to move forward and as we work with market leaders we will all see these things coming together in small compact IOT subsystems from many IOT systems we really see four different functions these functions are analyze sense management or support and communicate within the power management blocks we continually see innovation in AC DC convertors and we expect major growth in this area as IOT applications require more functionality more features and improved efficiency a portion of connected devices plug into the wall at some time during the life higher power density is largely a push to go to high frequency which shrinks magnetics and cap with in the sense and act blocks we continue to see rapid innovation with industry-leading sensors and actuators image sensors continue to grow rapidly throughout the world in automotive security home in cities and on semiconductor has a complete line of advanced in which sentient products motors and control subsystems are a high-growth area with BLDC motors being used in automotive consumer and the industrial space energy-efficient motor control platforms continue to gain traction in the market we have developed a line of RFID sensors to place sensors in places not easily accessible that can monitor and communicate information back to the cloud as we work with our customers we continue to bring energy-efficient sensor platforms to the market we also see the analyze and communicate portions as critical to the IOT system because here is where the data processing and data delivery is performed the analysed portion may transmit all the data to the cloud or a distributed processing model can be implemented where data is locally processed and communicated back to the cloud depending on the application we work closely with designers to discuss the trade-offs and benefits of different models to ensure scalability and success as a company we continue to develop energy efficient solutions for our partners and we recently announced for IOT development kit to enable our customers and channel partners the ability to quickly prototype and validate their IOT subsystem designs we will talk more about the kit in part 2 of this webcast this concludes part 1 of this two-part webcast series please view part 2 of this webcast to learn about the different market and system requirements needed for an IOT system and solutions offered by on semiconductor that can help you achieve these market and system requirements thank you

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