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  • Hi, I'm Michael Curry

  • Vice President of product management for application and integration middleware

  • inside of IBM

  • Today I'm going to talk to you a little bit about the Internet of Things

  • The Internet of Things is about weaving together the physical and digital worlds

  • to deliver new value for different types of customer scenarios

  • The demonstration I'm going to show you today focuses on

  • a piece of physical equipment in an asset-intensive industry

  • I'm going to show you how we're going to connect that to

  • the Internet, to the Cloud, and actually begin to collect data from that

  • and be able to react to changes in that physical equipment

  • in a way that helps improve my business results

  • So let's get into it

  • In this case we will be using a pump

  • I'm going to connect the pump into the Cloud

  • and begin collecting data from the pump

  • I'll be using IBM Bluemix

  • our Cloud platform for rapid application development and deployment

  • Since the Internet of Things always starts with a thing that is connected

  • I'm going to be starting with this demonstration board

  • which is a TI Texas Instruments sensor tag

  • This sensor tag is connected into this BeagleBone board through bluetooth

  • which is then connected through wifi into the Internet and eventually into the Cloud

  • This is going to represent my pump

  • So first I want to register this device into Bluemix

  • and begin collecting data from it

  • and what you can see is

  • I'm viewing a live datafeed from the sensors

  • You can see as a shake the device

  • that the data is changing in real time

  • The red line represents the vibrations

  • but simply seeing the data is not enough

  • developers want to build applications around the data

  • and logic around the data

  • so for that I'm going to use Bluemix

  • In Bluemix we've created an Internet of Things boilerplate

  • that deploys the services I need

  • to connect, store, and build logic around the Internet of Things

  • Inside Bluemix I have access to all the other services within the ecosystem

  • including mobile services, Big Data services,

  • Watson services, and third-party services

  • I can use our DevOps tools to quickly

  • build, test and deploy services,

  • and embedded device code that leverage the power of Bluemix

  • As I mentioned at the beginning

  • this board represents the pump

  • I want to set up logic to detect when an unusual

  • vibration pattern occurs in the pump

  • so I'll use my Bluemix design tool to define this logic

  • This flow simply collects data from the pump,

  • runs a predictive maintenance and quality service against the data

  • which uses big data analytics to predict failures

  • and then when a failure condition is sensed

  • it will trigger a work order in our asset management service to dispatch a

  • repair technician with the right skills,

  • tools and parts before the failure happens

  • It will also send a text message through Bluemix Twilio service to my phone

  • So I'll simply link my predictive maintenance application into the flow and deploy it

  • and now I'll be using predictive analytics against the realtime data stream

  • to recognize patterns that would indicate the potential pending failure

  • In this case we're only looking at three data streams off a single device

  • to predict health

  • but in a live scenario we could be monitoring over a hundred simultaneous

  • sensor readings per device with thousands of devices

  • PMQ, which is our predictive maintenance and quality service

  • is using advanced predictive analytic models

  • to determine the likelihood of failure based on historical and realtime data

  • You can see now in my realtime datastream that when I simulate the vibration

  • the predictive analytics recognize that the vibration exceeds the acceptable thresholds

  • and it's making a recommendation on what I should do

  • In this case is telling me to inspect and replace the impeller bearing

  • It's also generating a work order in our asset management system

  • that will dispatch a repair technician to inspect the pump

  • and of course I just received the text on my phone

  • So if I go into my asset management screens I can see the work order

  • that was just generated for this pump

  • My Asset Management service acts as a system of record for assets

  • tracking every asset in my inventory

  • By connecting it into the Internet of Things

  • I can associate realtime sensor events to my assets to manage them more efficiently

  • The power of the Asset Management service

  • is that the technician has all the information they need

  • to fix the problem at their fingertips

  • including detailed data from the sensors,

  • repair history, repair procedures

  • and information on spare parts

  • and special tools that are needed for the repair for this special part

  • What I showed you was a complete loop

  • from connecting a device,

  • to building an application around it in Bluemix,

  • to harnessing the power of our big data analytics,

  • to feeding into operational systems a record to dispatch a repair technician

  • and address a real business challenge for asset-intensive industries

  • The power of IBM in the Internet of Things

  • comes when you combine our strengths

  • in Cloud, data, and engagement

  • to deliver new types of applications very quickly

  • across all different industries

  • You can use our extensive set of tools within Bluemix

  • to be able to build and prototype new applications

  • and test huge populations of connected devices

  • without ever having to connect anything

  • You can use our big data analytics

  • to try new types of analytic models,

  • predictive models, physical analytics,

  • and even different types of analytics around data streams

  • You can use our cognitive tools like Watson

  • to be able to build entirely new types of applications very quickly

  • that take advantage of cognitive computing and artificial intelligence

  • And you can tap into our vast ecosystems of partners

  • and customers that are delivering new innovations into the market

  • to create new applications and build new partnerships around your data

  • Only IBM can combine these capabilities together

  • in a composable framework in a scalable way

  • that can deliver upon enterprise goals

  • across all industries and across all geographies

  • Thank you for your time today

  • and we look forward to working with you

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