The Future of The Internet of Things in China

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Brian Kelleher
Jiaqi Wei
Zeeshan Shaukat
Overview
Technical
Aspect
• R&D for IoT in China is among the
best in the world
Market Size
International
Standards
Establishment
• China has become the main
initiator and leader
12%
IoT
Infrastructure
• Wireless networking /broadband
coverage provides a foundation to
support the progress of IoT
Transistor
36%
19%
Industry
Aspect
RFID
33%
MEMS
Others
• Internet of Things industry chain
has taken shape in China
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Five-year Plan for IoT
 MIIT - State agency of the People's Republic of China responsible for
regulation and development of the economy in China.
2010 – 2015
Objectives
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Understand the importance of the IoT
Correctly get the general idea of the IoT
Assign the development of the IoT
Guide the development of the key projects of IoT
Create a favorable environment for the
development of the IoT
• Create 10 clusters and more than 1000 IoT firms
• Build a $100 Billion industry by 2020
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IoT Industrial Classification
 IoT industry China is
Market Share (Layers)
classified into 5 industrial
layers, with a total output
value of $45 billion.
3% 5%
22%
 Perception Layer
 Transfer Layer
 Platform Layer
Perception
Transfer
Platform
37%
Support
33%
Application
 Support Layer
 Application Layer
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Map of China's IoT Industry
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Developmental Clusters
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Cluster 1: Bohai Rim Area
Beijing
• Advances in IoT R & D; standardization, strong
regional comprehensive scientific research; a
complete IoT industry chain.
Hebei
• A technologies and industry base; focus on
collaboration of production, learning and research
but has a scattered industrial layout.
Tianjin
• Focus on the development of intelligence
equipment industry chain, integrated solutions,
smart transportation and information security
sensors of IoT.
Shandong
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• Breakthroughs in demonstration projects of IoT
transportation, agriculture and animal
husbandry, energy saving and environment
protection, city management, logistics,
electricity, security, home furnishing
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Cluster 2: Yangtze River Delta
Shanghai
• After IoT Expo 2010, construction industry
and Shanghai IoT Center are setup to seize
the high-end IoT industry chain
Zhejiang
• Aggregating the IoT industry, taking
advantage of key manufacturing units,
sticking to the strategy of ‘making the two
ends strong and the middle part excellent’ by
completing the network framework system
Jiangsu
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• Sensors, integrated circuit, intelligent
computing, software and information service
industry; focus on construction of Wuxi core
industrial area and innovation parks; develop
a pilot region for applications of the IoT
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Cluster 3: Pearl River Delta
Guangzhou
• Guangzhou Science City, Guangzhou Tianhe
Software Park and State Demonstration Base for
digital home application industry
Dongguan
• Dongguan Songshan Lake National Hi-tech
industry Development Zone
Foshan
• Innovation & Entrepreneurship Convergent
Zone in Nanhai.
Shenzhen
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• IoT applications in transportation, logistics,
industry, electricity, water resource, finance,
medical treatment and community; established
National Super Computing Center.
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Midwest Region
Sichuan
• Intelligent transportation, food security,
environmental monitoring and disaster warning,
modern logistics, urban and rural management,
safety supervision
Shanxi
• Equipment manufacturing district and a
demonstration pilot area
Hubei
• Optoelectronics industry; IoT Industrial Innovation
Alliance in Optical Valley; intelligent bridge,
intelligent grid, intelligent environmental monitoring
and perimeter security
Chongqing
• Bearing area of IoT; industry cluster of hardware
production manufacture, software development
integration and service, and platform operation
service
Yunnan
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• China Kunming Economic and Technological
Development Zone; major areas of demonstration
projects include intelligence industry, intelligence
transportation, and perception tourism
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IoT China Companies
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IoT China Companies
 Public companies in China have taken a significant leap in the
development and promotion of IoT
 Since 2009, investment in R&D is of historic proportions
 As par the five-year plan, companies are particularly
innovating in IoT for 5 industries
Electronics
• Remote Meter
Reading
• Power
Transmission/
Transformation
Monitoring
Transportation
Logistics
Security
Medical
• Traffic
Monitoring
• Transportation
Monitoring
• Video
Monitoring
• Personal
Health Care
• Vehicle
Control/
Scheduling
• Goods
Warehousing
• Anti-Invade
Measures
• Tele-Medicine
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Tatwah Smartech Company Ltd
 Primarily engaged in the research, development, manufacture
and distribution of RFID products.
 Close-Apr 19:
CNY 10.73 (SHE: 002512)
 Mkt Cap:
$540 million
 Sales:
$45.06 million
 Net Profit:
$6.83 million
 Employees:
1,503
 Address:
No. 9, Shuiyi South Road
Taifeng Industrial Zone Xiaolan Town
ZHONGSHAN, GNG 528415, China
+86-760-22108818 (Phone)
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Invengo IT Company Ltd
 Primarily engaged in the development and sale of RFID
technology and system solutions
 Close-Apr 19:
CNY 7.65 (SHE:002161)
 Mkt Cap:
$940 million
 Sales:
$58.28 million
 Net Profit:
$17.72 million
 Employees:
430
 Address:
F3 Building B
T2 Hi-Tech Industrial Park South,
SHENZHEN, GNG 518057, China
+86-755-26711633 (Phone)
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Aisino Corporation Inc
 Primarily engaged in the development and application of
information security technologies, networks, software and
system integration
 Close-Apr 19:
CNY 13.86 (SHA:600271)
 Mkt Cap:
$2.35 billion
 Sales:
$1.68 billion
 Net Profit:
$161.59 million
 Employees:
9,830
 Address:
No.18A Xingshikou street
Haidian District, Aerospace Information Park
BEIJING, BEJ 100195, China
+86-10-88896051 (Phone)
+86-10-88896055 (Fax)
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Xiamen Xinde Co Ltd
 Primarily engaged in trading and retailing, electronic
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information and property business
Close-Apr 19:
CNY 7.85 (SHE:000701)
Mkt Cap:
$340 million
Sales:
$1.98 billion
Net Profit:
$23.96 million
Employees:
1,560
Address:
2nd Floor Xin Hong Building Hu Li
XIAMEN, FUJ 361006, China
+86-592-5608098 (Phone)
+86-592-6021391 (Fax)
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HANGZHOU CENTURY CO.
 Engaged in the research, development, production,
distribution and technical support of electronic article
surveillance (EAS) products and RFID products.
 Close-Apr 19:
CNY 11.58 (SHE:300078)
 Mkt Cap:
$320 million
 Sales:
$39.26 million
 Net Profit:
$8.73 million
 Employees:
+1,000
 Address:
No. 1418-48 Moganshan Road, Gongshu Dist.
HANGZHOU, ZHJ 310011, China
+86-571-28818665 (Phone)
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Perception Layer
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Transfer Layer
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Support Layer
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Platform Layer
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IoT in Chinese Universities
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First Universities Offering Major
1. Beijing Institute of Technology University
2. Harbin Institute of Technology University
3. Harbin Engineering University
4. Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
5. Northwestern Polytechnical University
6. Dalian Maritime University
7. Beijing University of Science and Technology
8. Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
9. North China Electric Power University
10. Tianjin University
11. Northeastern University at Qinhuangdao
12. Jilin University
13. Hohai University
14. Jiangnan University
15. Hefei University
16. Shandong University
17. Wuhan University
18.Huazhong University of Science and Technology
19. Wuhan Institute of Technology University
20. Central South University
21. Chongqing
22. Southwest Jiaotong University
23. University of Electronic Science and Technology
of China
24. Sichuan University
25. Xi'an Jiaotong University
26. Taiyuan University of Technology
27. Suzhou University
28. Jiangsu University of Science and Technology
29. Shandong University of Science and Technology
30. Northwestern University
31. Chengdu University
32. Zhengzhou Institute of Light Industry
33. Hunan University
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Red Highlight = Universities with Experimental/R&D Laboratories
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Sample Course List
IoT Layers
Core curriculum
Perception layer Sensors and detection technology
The RFID principle and application
Support Layer
C / C + + programming
Object-oriented programming techniques
Principles of Database Design
Middleware technology
Cloud Computing
Transfer layer
The ZigBee technology applications and wireless sensor networks
Computer networks and IPv6 technology
Communication Theory
Platform layer Multi-sensor information fusion technology
Microcontroller Theory and embedded systems
Information Security
The basis of cryptography
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Consumer Products & Technologies
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Nodal Points
 Building blocks of a Smart City
infrastructure
 Multi-functional flagship portal
 Networking, information sharing and
control monitoring
 Features:
 3-sided LED Display Panel
 Interactive Information Bubble
 Speakers
 Keyboard & Trackball
 Central control and cooling system
 Docking Port
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Application
 Macro:
Surveillance Camera
 Pollution Monitor
 Objects’ Counter
 Wifi Ports
 Landscape Imaging
 Lighting Rod
 Micro:
 Advertising
 E-Information Booth
 Health & Safety
 Individual Customization
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Cybertecture Mirror
 Main Features:
• Vanity Lighting
• Health/Weight daily monitoring
• Watch TV programs
• Live feeds from social
media/messaging
• Workout coach/guide
• Control via remote or smart phones
• Link with computer program portal
Made by: James Law Cybertecture
Retails for $5000 USD
Website:
http://www.cybertecturemirror.com/main.php?id=home
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Oruibo Smart Home
 Modes: Wake up mode, Away mode,
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Home theater mode, Return settings
Remote network control – control with
smartphone
Promotes energy conservation – cost
effective
Ready to use “out of the box”
Security system similar to ADT
Currently B2B only
 Technology implemented all over
China & in Australia
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Intelligent Security Management Platform
 Positioning management
 Mobile communications
 Three-dimensional display
and video linkage
 Openness and scalability
 Made by: Wuhan Melit
Communication Co., LTD
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Application
 Parks
 Schools
 Mines
 Oil drilling sites
 Prisons
 Construction sites
 Ship management
 Government agencies
 The Military
 Other important places
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Smart Grid
 Intelligent power distribution networks
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are under construction in 23 cities of
China
58 million intelligent electric meters
installed
38 million KW wind power and 450
thousand KW solar power have been
connected to the national Grid
Online monitoring for transmission
lines
Patrol of power transmission,
transformation and distribution
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The Smart City
 Last year, eighteen Tier-1 cities in China formulated their
detailed smart city plans, along with 80% of Tier-2 cities
 IoT applications are being developed in economic, civil life,
government management, infrastructure and cultural
environments
 Major companies in this industry: Hollysys Co. Ltd., Supcon Co.
Ltd, Yokogawa Sichuan Instrument Co. Ltd
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Internet of Vehicles & Transportation
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Internet of Vehicles in China: Issues
 85 million cars in 2010 and probably 200 million cars in
2020
 China is the 2nd oil consumption country just behind USA,
cars take 40% of the oil consumption
• 30% oil ($55/month) is consumed on the way to find a
parking spot
 Over 500,000 accidents cause 100,000 death and 40,000
~ 50,000 injured/physical disability , $50 billion loss
 Traffic jam causes over 170 million/day in 15 biggest cities
 Cost people 62.3 min/day ($50) in Beijing
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Internet of Cars
In-Car Features
Track playback, fuel consumption monitoring, route planning, car
data recorder, speed & places, video camera
Applications
"Black Box" capable of car & travel efficiency monitoring, provides
insurance benefits, helps safety (for police), can deliver
maintenance/R&D info to car manufacturers
In-Car Major
Players
Progen Enterprises Co.; Shenzhen Jinjitong Electronic Technology Co.,
Ltd.; Shenzhen DAZA Technology Co., Ltd; WinChange Technology Co.,
Ltd; Shenzhen Cheetah Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd; Shenzhen
Basihengxingye Technology Co., Ltd
Navigation
Provides information on nearby vehicles and hazards, Determines
location via sensors, contains maps displayable in human readable
format via text or in graphical format
Navigation Major
Players
BDStar navigation, China Galileo Industries (CGI)
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Intelligent Transportation System
 Provided by: National Intelligent Transport Systems
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Center of Engineering and Technology-ITSC
IoT first utilized in China railway system
Current applications also include city transportation,
highways and water carriages
About 2,500 ETC stations have been opened in 22
provinces covering 80% of China express highways
Over 2.2 million users of Intelligent Transportation System
30 to 50 patents and ITS standards in 3~5 years
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Water Quality & Food Safety
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Water Quality Monitoring
 Tai Hu Lake
 Sensor Network
 Innovation ChinaUK (ICUK)
Lake Tai Hu
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IoT Vegetables
 The system records, collects and inquires all information of the food chain
from production, processing, packaging, storage and transportation, and
distribution to sales
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Cucumber Traceability
 Real time monitoring/GIS technology
 RFID tags attached to packaging
 Consumers can scan codes to get information
regarding:
 Geographical location
 Company data
 Processing workers and time
 Farmers’ profile
 Vegetable cultivation/environment
 Fertilizer and drug info
 Testing information etc.
 Forecasting better outputs
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IoT in Food Safety
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Breeding Area and Slaughterhouse
Breed Information
Feed information
RFID Tag
Breed Information
Create a complete
files of individual
livestock
Epidemic
Prevention
Medication
Environment
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Slaughterhouse
Information
RFID Tag
Quality
Information
Food security
platform data center
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Food Traceability
Sellers
Self-inquiry Terminal Internet
Inquiry Phone line
Message
Customers
Livestock: Breeding Information, Slaughterhouse Information,
Quality Information, Wholesale and Retail Company Information,
Inspection and quarantine Information
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Emerging Trends
 IoT resources are continuing to congregate in well-developed areas
 New areas in China’s IoT industry are emerging constantly
Tianjin, Kunming and Ningbo have started to focus on the
development of IoT
 Areas with solid industrial foundations are focused on perception, transfer,
support and platform layer
 tier-2 and tier-3 cities are focusing on the development of the
application layer
 Predicted domestic need for 20 million qualified individuals in next 5 years
 Areas professionals needed most: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou,
Shenzen
 Annual Salaries for Senior Engineers $200k-$700k
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