Internet das Coisas: futuro de um mundo hiperconectado

We have the internet, we have the mobile, the next step is what I call the ‘virtualization’ of the
world We’ll be connected to the other that,
24 hours a day, seven days a week, all of the objects
around us, our cars, our compliances, our picture frames, everything will be
connected to the other internet. Internet of Things: future of a hyperconnected world If you see the mobility is now flowing out of the smartphone and is going to stuffs, connected TV, refrigerator connected to the sensors for safety equipment. So we get to have a relationship with people and with things and processes ruled by technology. The internet starts to come out from inside the computer to go into the smartphone and with in smartphone to a number of devices that are connected around us and it has a huge potential to transform the world we live and improvement of this world and also brings a lot of challenges So, one way of the funny in the Internet of Things is of the linking up of the gateways, so you have a body area network all wearables, normally we got focus on wearable these days than you have the local area network which is the home but is normal get of pressure on security in home management, and of course, Google buying NEST, and that things like that. And then you have the car, which is that wide area network, and then you have the city, which is a very wide area in network. So
Internet of Things is basically linking up the gateways between all these different networks When cities began the interconnect cars with utilities, with all of aspects of the city could be completely what including things like security, already in the
United States one major airport, they have installed lights, new lights in the parking lot where people leave their cars, that also have video cameras. and are connected to very intelligent computers so into the parking lot they watch every
person in the parking lot, and if you are a person who just walks up to your car and unlocks it and gets in, it ignores you. If you walk up and down the aisles of cars, as if you were checking them out, it immediately calls the security officers, and they comes over to see you. Next step is that it will recognize your face, and will know who you are. So, I think the privacy question in public spaces will be very
big in the cities of the future The Internet of Things, in particular, I think there is no turning back. I think that, obviously , everything will be connected and this will not stop there. The wearables could face some challenges, there is this privacy thing, if people fell good about wearing those things, if they are not being exposed. So I believe it will undergoe some testing, such as model test, if this is something that will stick, or in a few years we will look at it as the 80’s, like: “in that time I used to wear a cap with a chip, how stupid”. From the products standpoint, I think there is a hype around If it is connectable, I will start taking notes on what I eat, how much I walk, how much I sleep, the quality of my sleep, the quality of my interactions and everything around the quantify yourself that brings us a curious aspect, wich I don’t know how long it will last, but this scene existis in the Internet of Things universe, and in these more developed countries, the European scene, the American scene, where people are beyond the technology barrier and have access to these new technologies and are aware of what they can accomplish with them, then comes the second layer where can do a billion things. It’s cool to actually see it getting mixed with the “sense layer”. And this is all happening at the same time, while you create and question things at the same time. The next generation of what we call of wearables is really important but I think something like heads up displays, very important, the smartwatch bracelet is an active screen, and can
show text, videographics, or turn into a keyboard. Some kind of wearable like that will be very important. Video
screens will be everywhere. By 2020 or 2022 it will be so inexpensive that will be
surrounded by video even you are not wearing one on
your wrist. At least in Europe and the United States probably is a also. By the end of this decade, when you buy a car, will come with the hability to communicate with
other smartcars. So, cars will be able to talk to each
others and control their speed, and velocity,
prevent accidents. One prediction I have is that by 2025, probably in the United States or maybe in Europe we will see the first highway they have specials lens only for smartcars, you can use this lens and you actually will be able to drive much faster, your car will takeover and
connect to the car in front of it and the car behind it. you will actually not be
controlling the car, it is almost like you are in a litlle train, in one car in a train. The Governmments, in fact, many of the experiences we see about SmartCities and the whole process and trying to use these applications of Internet of Things they rely a lot more on a top down and closure logic, trying to systematize and collect data to generate efficiency and productivity than actually explore the potential of connecting people and create collective managements. I really like these functional technologies that help people work better. One of the great examples of application that uses public information, I’m saying this in a rough way, but the Waze is a sensor of traffic, it is a sensor traffic with hundreds of thousands of drivers sharing information in real time with each other, so they can reach their destination faster allowing the cloud, allowing the network to work this data intelligently and, consequently, enabling people to live a better life. We have to look at people, and fellings senses, and the outcome of what we can build with this. If we look at technology as technology, we’ll only produce more technology and it could en up like “Mr. Technology” is ruling the World. Now if we can look at technology as a tool for reconstrution and human connection between people for encounter, then I think we have a great potential in our hands and this relates to my line of work, where I direct my efforts to bring this point of view because I think it’s a very powerful tool you can use to rebuild realities, connect with people and bring some human values.

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