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Published on May 14, 2015

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1. 1 IoT Business Value April 2015 San Diego Joshua Cooper [email protected] CEO Hildebrand Technology Limited London, UK #IoT @HildebrandTech

2. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited IoT is not quite the Internet not quite Things Sweeping Statement No. 1

3. Light Quality Air Temp Occupancy Appliances

4. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited IoT is not quite the Internet not quite Things Sweeping Statement No. 1

5. Ethernet (SSL) connected to Internet 433MHz Wireless connected to sensors energyhive hub

6. Electrical Power (W) Wireless CT Sensor

7. Accelerometer, light and temperature Wireless Multi-sensor

8. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited Low cost will drive adoption* Sweeping Statement No. 2

9. Widgets, JSON API and Developer Support APIs

10. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited Smart Engine - data integration layer - statistical calculations - persistence of measurements - real-time bus UI and Public API - user/household management - dashboard - oAuth - JSON feeds for external displays Device Management - sensor semantics - sensor configuration - data security - JSON feeds for configuration - command bus for remote browser smart phone photoframe Private meter point native interface web services interfaces HAN via Broadband in-home sensor appliance sensor real-time display (LCD) Zigbee (serial) Apps Store - model manager - provisioning - entitlement - creation environment web services interface ISO Protocols Local storage local generation sensor VPN

11. Stay connected to the daily routine of the frail and elderly

12. Howz © Intelesant Ltd 2014 Private and confidential Page3

13. Page1Howz © Intelesant Ltd 2014 Private and confidential The Solution

14. Howz © Intelesant Ltd 2014 Private and confidential Page15 Family GP Social services Collect Process Notify Sensors and hub Web, mobile and API Knowledge base Statistics Events Patterns Exceptions Alerts Electricity Heat Door Visits and deliveries Checklist Care network Occupational Physiotherapy Geriatrics Elderly person Web, mobile and API Howz platform combines machine, human observation and expert knowledge The Platform Shopping Basket

15. Ethernet (SSL) connected to Internet Zigbee 2.4GHz Wireless connected to meter via SEP1.1 Industrial or Residential Applications Demand Response Home Automation / Heating Control Gas & Elect Smart Meter Hub

16. Ethernet (SSL) connected to Internet 433MHz Wireless connected to sensors Serial input/output (RS485) 24V control MBUS Communications Hub

17. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited Actuators are the most interesting, but present different challenges Sweeping Statement No. 4

18. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited Peer-to-Peer Cloud Mobile Protocols Bluetooth 4.0 (BTLE) Proprietary, Zigbee, ZWave, (something new) (something new) Model Application specific Platform expensive Partners Retail (consumer) Logistics (industrial) Service Providers (consumer) Solution Providers (industrial) Integrators (ind) Government (ind) Challenges Battery InterOp Openness Standards Operating Cost Attract Solutions Strategy (short) Lifestyle Piggy back Infrastructure Strategy (long) Built-in Brand Tough locations Broad Assumption No. 1 - Winners

19. CONFIDENTIAL M A R K E T T R A N S F O R M I N G I N N O V A T I O N © Sentec 2014 Communications overview 9 December 2014 20 No suitable protocol for <£5 devices, not everything can be IP connected ISM band (433/868/915MHz) has distinct advantages over 2.4GHz Greater range Lower cost of implementation Longer battery life …. but no standardisation leads to poor product interoperability

20. CONFIDENTIAL M A R K E T T R A N S F O R M I N G I N N O V A T I O N © Sentec 2014 A better way 9 December 2014 21 For many buyers, the failure of product interoperability is an impediment to take-up For many manufacturers, the lack of a suitable communications protocol adds to their product implementation costs The OpenThings protocol was developed by Sentec and Hildebrand to address these problems

21. CONFIDENTIAL M A R K E T T R A N S F O R M I N G I N N O V A T I O N © Sentec 2014 OpenThings 9 December 2014 22 Low overhead protocol that defines a simple set of extensible message structures and communication sequences Reference dictionary defines parameters of common products (e.g. Smart plug, temperature sensor, alarm), but manufacturers are free to create their own Free-to-use, easy-to-implement, no extensive certification or integration testing needed NOT an alliance, only the allocation of Manufacturer IDs is controlled All documentation published freely on OpenThings website

22. 23 IoT Business Value The Service Provide Proposition April 2015 San Diego Joshua Cooper [email protected] CEO Hildebrand Technology Limited London, UK #IoT @HildebrandTech

23. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited “Footfall” tracking is limited 1 in, 1 out 3 6

24. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited Where do people go? What do they do? How long do they stay? Cameras and door counters lack actionable information 3 6

25. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited We use “big data” and “machine learning” to understand movement, predict use and discover opportunities Our People in Places (PIP TM ) technology operates in real- time using advanced spatio-temporal statistical analysis I work here I eat here I like books My local cinema I meet friends I am in and out

26. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited Retail Reporting

27. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited API Beta

28. In housing developments that use district heating, residents often pay a fixed monthly heating fee. Whether residents turn down the heat when departing from the flat, or they leave the heat on and the windows open, they pay the same fee. The resident who wastes heat never faces the consequences, and the responsible user is not rewarded. Local governments worldwide are seeking a solution to this challenge, as more than USD300 billion is spent globally on district heating for block housing developments as well as on college campuses and in commercial and public buildings.1 In Camden Council, one of 32 borough councils in London, a first-of-its-kind heat metering program is providing a cost-effective approach that rewards residents for energy efficiency. Measuring heat consumption in block housing In block and affordable housing developments, typically a single boiler plant is used to heat hundreds of flats. Understanding how much energy each household consumes requires the ability to monitor, measure and report on the flow of hot water into and out of each flat. To accomplish this, Camden Council turned to Hildebrand Technology, a London-based technology incubator and energy consulting firm. Through a European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) grant, Camden Council is working with Hildebrand on a pilot program to Overview The need Residents of block housing developments pay a fixed fee for heat regardless of their consumption, reducing any incentive to conserve energy by closing windows on cold days. The solution A heat metering system, based on IBM® Informix® TimeSeries, is providing feedback on heat usage and other infor- mation to encourage residents to adopt more energy-efficient practices. The benefit Some households have reduced their heat consumption by more than 30 percent, and CO2 emissions are expected to drop by 16,000 tonnes. Camden Council Reducing heating bills by 30 percent with Hildebrand and IBM Informix TimeSeries software Information Management EnergyIBM Software 2 Information Management EnergyIBM Software deploy individual metering systems in approximately 1,500 properties. This will be extended significantly if the pilot goes well. These systems allow Camden Council (and the residents) to measure usage as if each flat had its own water heater. Residents now have accountability on their energy usage so they adopt energy-saving practices. “In helping us design our solution, Hildebrand has enabled us to concentrate on the real value-add of heat metering, which is energy efficiency,” says Daniel White, sustainability officer, Camden Council. Residents who take heat-conserving steps, such as turning the heat down when they leave the flat, pay less. Hildebrand has conservatively estimated a savings of approximately 20 percent per household per year. However, through the pilot program, Camden Council has seen even greater savings. “We have seen savings of over 30 percent for some residents,” says White. “We estimate an overall annual savings of GBP195,000 [USD302,503] for the properties participating in the pilot. Burning less fuel also reduces our carbon footprint. We estimate that this project, over its lifetime, will save up to 16,000 tonnes [17,637 tons] of CO2 for 2,500 homes. This number is dependent on heating efficiencies, behavior, building fabric and, of course, outside temperature–all of which vary from site to site. Metering has also allowed us to understand these variables.” The potential worldwide impact of this type of approach is enormous. “Communities around the world stand to save up to USD60 billion as heat consumption decreases by 20 percent,” adds Joshua Cooper, CEO, Hildebrand. Handling thousands of data points per second Hildebrand provided the software, integration and hosting services to leverage the stored meter data. “We are using Software as a Service to provide the meter management, the meter data repository and analysis platform, and the accounting and communication network operations,” says Cooper. With meter readings captured every six seconds from more than 1,500 meters, Hildebrand needed more than a traditional relational database management system. “We estimate that this project, over its lifetime, will save up to 16,000 tonnes [17,637 tons] of CO2 for 2,500 homes.” —Daniel White, Sustainability Officer, Camden Council

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30. Prepaid Heating

31. EMS - Energy Estimates when your next top-up will take place based on your current heating usage Shows the amount of CO2 generated to produce the energy you are using for heating Based on your current consumption we make prediction for the week and for the month Three days weather forecast – most likely it will affect your heating usage Shows your instantaneous heating usage (in W or kW)

32. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited Heat Portal

33. © Copyright 2014 Hildebrand Technology Limited UrbisAPIs

34. 37 Ecosystem Service ProviderConsumer Energy Transport Retail Elastic Compute Consumer Hubs and Gateways and Sensors Smart Platform Industrial Hubs and Gateways Integration Utilities Cities Shopping CentresConsumers Energy Health Monitoring

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