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Big Data Everywhere Chicago: The Business Value of Big Data Driven by the Internet of Everything

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John Zamierowski, Business Development Manager, Cisco

By 2022, there will be 50 billion things connecting to the internet in a world of 8 billion people. Use case studies have shown that smart connected cities, smart stadiums, smart grids, smart connected healthcare and patient monitoring smart factories, precision retail, and more will contribute to $19T in potential "Value at Stake" across 5 main factors and 50 use ases. This trend is also driving a new approach to our traditional IT architectures. Technology trends including cloud, mobile, big data coming from the Internet of Everything. Examples will include: how to go from sensors to the bottom line, the economics and dollar savings achieved by usage-based auto insurance, and the savings GE attained by using 7000 sensors on their locomotives. This presentation will focus on the "Why" and "How" of big data, with a concentration on developments in sensor technology.

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John Zamierowski, Business Development Manager, Cisco By 2022, there will be 50 billion things connecting to the internet in a world of 8 billion people. Use case studies have shown that smart connected cities, smart stadiums, smart grids, smart connected healthcare and patient monitoring smart factories, precision retail, and more will contribute to $19T in potential "Value at Stake" across 5 main factors and 50 use ases. This trend is also driving a new approach to our traditional IT architectures. Technology trends including cloud, mobile, big data coming from the Internet of Everything. Examples will include: how to go from sensors to the bottom line, the economics and dollar savings achieved by usage-based auto insurance, and the savings GE attained by using 7000 sensors on their locomotives. This presentation will focus on the "Why" and "How" of big data, with a concentration on developments in sensor technology.

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