4 …. the way the world works. Our world is becoming INSTRUMENTED. Our world is becoming INTERCONNECTED. Virtually all things, processes and ways of working are becoming INTELLIGENT. 4
5 The world is connected ECONOMICALLY. SOCIALLY. TECHNICALLY. A series of shocks: Climate changeEnergy geopolitics Global supply chains Financial Crisis Plus rapidly evolving and ongoing significant trends: Changing demographicsEmpowered consumers and citizens Impact of technology
6 Smarter energy and utilities: Deliver utility services more reliably and efficiently The Innovation: A smarter energy grid uses smart meters and other advanced communication technologies to continuously monitor the health of the grid while better managing supply and demand. Customers can purchase electricity when it’s cheapest and even generate energy to sell back to the grid. The Benefits: Lower energy usage across the grid Reduce power outages Decrease carbon emissions Lower costs for utilities and consumers Monitor the state of the grid. Manage the flow of energy. Purchase and sell energy with dynamic pricing.
Top 10: IT Trends (2009) 1. Software as a Service (SaaS) 2. Virtualization 3. Enterprise Mobility 4. Energy-Efficient Data Centers 5. Security, Risk and Compliance 6. Social Networking 7. Web 2.0 8. Document Management and E-Discovery 9. Project Management and Project Portfolio Management 10. Web and Video Collaboration
Gartner Identifies the Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 2010-2020 1. Cloud Computing 2. Advanced Analytics 3. Client Computing 4. IT for Green 5. Reshaping Data Center 6. Social Computing 7. Security – Activity Monitoring 8. Flash Memory 9. Virtualization for Availability 10. Mobile Applications
Mobile Applications By year end 2010, 1.2 billion people will carry mobile handsets
Why should you care about mobile devices? 4.1 billion SMS messages being sent daily Over 276 million wireless users (source: CITA Wireless Industry Survey, 2009). 32% of Americans have used a cell phone or Smartphone to access the internet this year (source: Pew, April 2009). The mobile device will be the primary connection tool to the internet for most people by 2020. (Source: Pew, Dec. 2008).
Social Network:Twitter Microblogging – sharing information in 140 characters or less People “follow” your Twitter feed and get updates of your news and that of their other friends chronologically Hugely popular Can use via web, cell phone, desktop apps, etc.
Location-aware mobile technologies Uses GPS, compass, RFID, etc. to determine where a user’s orientation to other people, places, things, etc. http://www.flickr.com/photos/psd/21055837/
Convergence of virtual and physical payments: Convergence of mobile network and data services: Convergence of utility payment: Convergence of mobile and online platforms: Convergence of physical, augmented and virtual reality: Jonathan MacDonald Founder, JME @jmacdonald jme.net
Even the Caveman Needs Knowledge to Survive The information-knowledge-wisdom hierarchy. The caveman has lots of information; he selects and organizes useful information into knowledge, but he does not achieve wisdom until he has integrated his knowledge into a whole that is more useful than the sum of its parts. Source: Harlan Cleveland, "Information as a Resource," The Futurist, December 1982, 34-39.
Making 1+1=11 “ In the knowledge economy, the whole can be many times greater than the sum of the parts” Leif Edvinsson http://www.corporatelongitude.com http://www.corporatelongitude.com “ In the knowledge economy, the whole can be many times greater than the sum of the parts” Leif Edvinsson http://www.corporatelongitude.com http://www.corporatelongitude.com
Codified Knowledge Assets Knowledge Assets Working Solutions Communities of Practice Experience Expertise and Theoretical Knowledge Books, Rare books, Learning Objects Source: The Knowledge Evolution, p. 35
CyberBrain: Towards the Next Generation Social Intelligence
CyberBrain CyberBrain involves three types of interacted users Knowledge owner Knowledge broker Knowledge consumer 30 Knowledge Acquisition, aggregation, processing Knowledge Service 24-26 August 2008, Japan, Tokyo- Atsugi IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008
31 Information on Internet Organization Site : http://www.doae.go.th/ News, Role and Responsible, Person in charge Research Directory Site : http://research.doae.go.th/w ebrsh/qs-rsh.asp Research Paper, Researcher and Expert Information Integration Knowledge Site : http://www.ricethailand.go.th Disease Name, Cause, Symptom, Prevent and Cure
CyberBrain Technology and Tools 32 Be trained to use appropriate tools and technologies for constructing CyberBrain Knowledge Consumer 24-26 August 2008, Japan, Tokyo- Atsugi IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008
50 Knowledge Aggregation 50 Expertise in Is sub type of Expertise in Is sub type of Cause by Has Symptom Part of Occur at Has disease Expertise in Solution has 24-26 August 2008, Japan, Tokyo- Atsugi IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008
Digital Libraries: the Future “It's hard to make predictions, especially about the future“ (Yogi Berra) “The best way to predict the future is to invent it” (Alan Kay) More digital, less paper. More searching, less organizing. Bigger, fewer. School, Universities, libraries, society including organization
Collection OCR Metadata Tools Texts Image Texts Multimedia Database (D-Space) Access Search Engine Services Document Clustering Delivering System Query System Layer Speech to Texts Voice Texts Video
Text Conversion Module (2) Skew Marginal Noise Salt-and-Pepper Noise
Connected: Governments 1. Horizontal connections (among government agencies) 2. Vertical connections (central and local government agencies) 3. Infrastructure connections (interoperability issues) 4. Connections between governments and citizens 5. Connections among stakeholders (government, private sector, academic institutions, NGOs and civil society)
74 2008 e-Government Readiness Index 1 2 3 4 5 23 34 45 52 64 Sweden Denmark Norway United States Netherlands Singapore Malaysia Brazil Columbia Thailand
75 Internally Avoidance of duplication Reducing transaction costs Simplifying bureaucratic procedures Greater efficiency Greater coordination and communication Enhanced transparency Information sharing between agencies Security of information management Externally Faster service delivery Greater efficacy Increased flexibility of service use Innovation in service delivery Greater participation Greater citizen empowerment Citizen participation ICT-enabled connected governance contributes to: ICT-enabled Connected Governance
3. Tools (Data Cleansing) Data Quality Interoperability Data Usability Security 1.Data Standard (Minimal data set) 5.Security Policy (for Data & Applications), 6.Network & Infrastructure (Management & Monitoring Tools) 4. Process (for Strategy, Management, Operation) 2.Conversion Tools (Metadata broker) 4. Process (for Quality) โครงการ NHIS ระยะที่ 1: Data Set for Payment Systems ระยะที่ 2: Clinical Data Set for National Health
TECHNOLOGY FOCUS AREAS FOCUS AREAS Ubiquitous Life Long Learning Health Care Tourism Agriculture and Fishery Infrastructure, Data standardization, Basemap, Map engine Knowledge Engineering, Security, Sensor Technology: Vaja6 etc. Social Network Software, Analytic and Predictive Model, Component business Model Wireless sensors network, geo sensors etc, mobile cloud computing
Software As Service “ Software is going to have to change from being a collection of monolithic programs that are difficult to integrate, change, and reintegrate to being a set of services defined by a services-oriented architecture”
Framework Core Enterprise Services Intelligence/Instrument Healthcare Referral System Alert Notification Digital Video Surveillance Emergency Management Knowledge Ingestion & Collection Wearable Device Visualization Normalize & standardize Smart Healthcare Services A Service Research Innovation Model for Smart Healthcare Service Geo Special Surveillance Emerging Infectious Disease Tele rehabilitation Preventive Medicine Interconnected Data and Knowledge Web Services: Federation
Conclusion Opportunities Strong Policy and Demand Content Infrastructure Research Strength Risk Continuously support (policy) Continuously develop, implementation and maintenance Continously Users’ Patience