Beyond the IoT
The Internet of Experiences will change the way the world operates
In 2013, city officials in Melbourne, Australia, assigned ID numbers and email addresses to each of the city's more than 70,000 trees. What happened next reveals the power of the Internet of Experiences, which goes beyond the focus on individual smart devices to show the deep transformation that becomes possible when people, places and objects interact to create experiences.
Did you know?
In 2008, there were already more ''things'' connected to the Internet than people.
Analysts forecast up to 30 billion smart and connected devices will be in service by 2020 (not including smartphones)
$ 15 trillion
The worldwide value of added economic activity from the consumer and industrial IoT is estimated to reach as much as $15 trillion over the next 20 years
The average 2014 revenue gain reported by the top 8% of IoT market leaders, with nearly a 16% average for all other companies investing in IoT, according to Tata Consultancy Services.
The opportunities for realizing the IoT vision exist. Software can be a challenge, but we only have to see how far we have progressed to know that, despite difficulties, we can achieve our vision.
The Internet of Things: Business as Usual is History
For manufacturers, your business is no longer about the physical product but the software that drives it, the other smart devices it can collaborate with, and the customer experiences that the combination of software, connectivity and collaboration can enable.
Learn about the risks and rewards software-rich products connected to the IoT create in this expert opinion from Ovum's Michael Azoff.
The internet of experience continuously enriches and improves an evergreen experience, in which products learn from their environment and from their usage and adapt accordingly.
The Internet of Experience
In an age where connectivity and the internet of things are enabling new business processes, Dassault Systèmes is looking to move a step further and help deliver compelling experiences.
In the high tech industry, this means our customers work with us on enabling what we call High-Tech 3C Experiences: the 'Connected', 'Contextual' and 'Continuous' experiences.
The worldwide wearable device market experienced triple-digit growth in 2015 in the number of units shipped, reaching a total of 78.1 million units by year's end.
Video: Create Experiences that Enhance People's Lives
In this video, Olivier Ribet, Vice-President High-Tech Industry/IoT, Dassault Systèmes, showcases how the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, integrating with Microsoft AZURE revolutionizes consumer electronics innovation.
In the age of IOT, companies are moving from delivering products to delivering connected experiences. In this context Dassault Systèmes' 3DEXPERIENCE platform is a key enabler to create experiences that enhance people's lives.
This demonstration shows how the 3DEXPERIENCE platform enables companies to design (i.e. engineer, create, virtually validate) "Internet of Experience ready" High-Tech offerings for consumers.
The Internet of Things (IoT) will impact the way we interact with the world around us. What potential impacts on safety and ethics might result as connected devices become more attuned to our specific needs and desires? Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE® platform allows simulation of IoT devices in a virtual environment to discover every scenario before we use the products in real life.
What's Next in the Internet of Things?
Blurred lines... Who has control, us or the internet? First it was portable, then it was wearable. It's now ingestible and implantable... what's next in the internet of things?
Without a doubt, the IoT is transforming everyday physical objects that surround us into an ecosystem of information that is rapidly changing the way we live our lives. Whether we want, or are indeed ready, for this new level of automation, is another matter.
Visit this page for a video, article and infographics that explore the impact IoT devices on humankind.
Mastering the Development of Smart Products
Today's "smart" products leverage an intelligent combination of mechanical, electronics and software to deliver capabilities that weren't achievable before.
While bringing significant benefits for customers, intelligent products have brought a new level of complexity to product design and development.
Tech-Clarity Research identifies the impact of "smart" products on engineering and project management and outlines a number of tangible steps using proven best practices and technology to improve mechatronics product development maturity.
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