M2M & BigData giving life to the Connected Society – Part 2(5) – Connected Cars

30 Apr

Innovative ideas for a connected society

Data volumes from Connected Cars will skyrocket

All indicators are pointing in the same direction, our cars are getting connected fast and they will generate loads of data. Axel Deicke, Vice President Aftersales Service Technologies at BMW Group, talks about an increase in incoming data from approximately 20 GB per year (in 2011) to now 30 GB per day – and that is at BMW alone. These statistics exclude information from market research or customer service.
In a recent whitepaper from Deutsche Telekom AG,Erol Gökçek, Head of Industry Solutions Automotive & Mobility forecasts that the monthly data traffic per connected car will increase from approx. 4 MB to 5 GB in the next few years. If one accounts for the increasing number of connected vehicles, then it’s clear that data traffic will skyrocket. According to a study conducted by the consulting firm Oliver Wyman, 80 percent of all vehicles sold…

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M2M & BigData giving life to Connected Society – Part 1(5) – Healthcare

23 Apr

Innovative ideas for a connected society

This post is part of a series of 5 posts that I intend to write on how M2M and Bigdata are made for each other. I will start with covering the benefits in HealthCare industry and then address Automotive, Utilities and Retail. In the final post I will go through some of technology requirements needed to properly address these opportunities.

Exponential growth in device generated data

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This is the start. Connected devices are becoming ubiquitous to out daily lives, whether it is consumer devices like smartphones or smart TV’s, everything else is becoming smart as well, and everything is somehow connected to the global cloud. This applies also to most enterprise equipment.  From smart meters, to smart cars, ehealth devices, everything that benefits from a connection is today getting one.

The data generated by these connected devices is skyrocketing. In its report “The Digital Universe in 2020, IDC, a market…

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10-Step guide to start with Twitter and efficiently manage its growth

23 Mar

10-Step guide to start with Twitter and efficiently manage its growth.