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Saturday, February 02, 2019

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Contrary to what you might think, you don't need cloud providers or platforms to run your enterprise IoT project. In fact, it might be to your advantage to just stick to edge computing.

If you're considering an industrial Internet of Things (IoT) project then you're probably wondering how to integrate it with the cloud. After all, almost any cloud vendor or IoT platform provider will tell you that cloud-based services are critical to your implementation plans.

That's only natural. These companies stand to gain from selling cloud services. But while the cloud is certainly key for most consumer offerings, it is not for enterprise projects. This is good news since enterprise cloud adoption is still in its infancy.

According to the Uptime Institute's 2017 Data Center Industry Survey, only 13% of enterprises have moved their assets to the cloud. The remainder still depends on traditional data centers, and in 65% of cases, these aren't even shared facilities.


This means that if you are an enterprise organization then the chances are you still haven't seen much sense in moving to the cloud.

You probably don't have any experience of it, either, which could mean adopting cloud services for your enterprise IoT project is a significant challenge. Luckily, in many cases, it's not necessary. The key is in integration.

The 'I' in 'IoT' stands for 'Internet' but could just as easily stand for 'integration' in an enterprise setting.

Many industrial IoT applications are focused on integrating sensor data streams with your business processes, to help you achieve outcomes such as improved innovation, predictive maintenance or increased automation.

While cloud has its place in enterprise and industrial IoT, it is by no means a must-have. In many cases, edge computing can help you check off all of your requirements without relying on the cloud.

And it can do so regardless of whether you are intending to capture and process data within your firewall or take feeds from beyond your perimeter defenses, for example from sensors in the field, and bring them back for analysis.


The key solution architecture components that you need in order to achieve this are:

  • An intelligent edge computing platform for data collection, normalization, filtering, aggregation and anomaly detection. If an anomaly is detected, then real-time local actions can be triggered with ultra-low latency.
  • central edge node to act as an aggregation point for all your distributed data sources, and apply workflow rules, deliver notifications and integrate with your enterprise systems on an event-driven basis.
  • Edge integration with your data center storage system. With streaming data processing, you can move away from old-school batch integration and enable real-time automated intelligent processes.
  • Your choice of data storage, analytics, business intelligence and prediction software.

Some of the advantages of basing your industrial IoT project on edge computing rather than on the cloud include:

  • Lower operating cost. Processing and filtering data at the edge means you can often get away with much lower bandwidth requirements and traffic volumes than you would be looking at with a traditional cloud-based deployment. This can help cut your operating costs.
  • Ultra-low latency. Keeping everything in-house makes it easier to ensure you can achieve the latency levels you need for your industrial IoT processes to operate in real time. Latency is further improved by processing data at the edge rather than centrally.
  • Quicker deployment times/ Time to market. Although cloud-based deployment is sold on being quick and easy, the fact remains that if you don't have a cloud provider then you still have to go through a potentially lengthy selection and integration process to use one.
  • Improved data security. By keeping your data on your own computing platforms at all times, you can maintain full control over security and access protocols. This may be a key factor in IoT deployments that involve a measure of regulatory compliance.
  • Enhanced resilience. Cloud-based IoT models may suffer when connectivity is compromised. With autonomous edge computing, though, you can carry on processing IoT data even when your systems are offline.
  • Reduced deployment risk. Since you are essentially building on your existing infrastructure, there is less of a risk of getting things wrong, particularly if your in-house team has no cloud experience.

The bottom line is that you can go ahead and develop your IoT project today without having to worry about the cloud… no matter what you may have read or heard.


Goran_AppelquistThis article was written by  Göran Appelquist, currently CTO at Crosser. Goran has 20+ years of experience of different leading positions in high-tech companies. Originally the article was published

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Friday, February 01, 2019

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Kami sebagai anggota dari Asosiasi Pengusaha TIK Nasional (APTIKNAS) memanfaatkan bersama untuk berkumpul dan menampilkan produk dan solusi yang bisa digunakan oleh banyak perusahaan yang bergerak di bidang Commerce dan Logistik, dalam acara pameran bergengsi Future Commerce Indonesia.

Kali ini pameran diselenggarakan di Shangrilla Jakarta, dengan menampilkan berbagai pembicara dan peserta booth dari beragam produk dan solusi.

Dalam kesempatan ini, kami menampilkan produk PRTG dari Paessler yang digunakan untuk memonitor jaringan, server, database, bandwidth, serta URL dari berbagai layanan commerce dan logistik.

Kami juga bergabung dalam Asosiasi Cloud Computing Indonesia (ACCI), dan bekerjasama dengan partner kami ZettaGrid menampilkan beragam solusi Cloud. Informasi lengkapnya bisa dilihat di : 

Dalam kesempatan yang sama, Fanky Christian juga terlibat dalam moderator Session Smart City Indonesia - Lesson to the World. Bersama dengan Ketua Umum APTIKNAS Soegiharto Santoso dan Bapak Italo Gani dari NextIcon, membahas kerjasama untuk bersama memajukan dunia smart city Indonesia, serta mendukung program bersama terkait dengan Smartivist.

Future Commerce Indonesia 2019 diselenggarakan oleh Clarion Events dan melibatkan banyak perusahaan dan asosiasi terkait dengan ICT, Commerce dan Logistic.

Nantikan event Future Commerce Indonesia berikutnya.

SDM dan Industry 4.0

Sejalan dengan program APTIKNAS 2019, yaitu Industry 4.0, kami sedang melakukan berbagai roadshow seminar ke beberapa kota dan industri yang kami rasa akan terkena dampak dari Industry 4.0.

Dalam beberapa kali kegiatan Seminar Smart 4.0, kami memfokuskan terkait dengan industri manufaktur (Smart Factory), industri hotel (Smart Hotel), industri gedung dan mal (Smart Building), serta industri rumah sakit (Smart Hospital). Masih ada beberapa industri yang akan kami masuki, seperti kampus (Smart Campus), dan dari semua event yang telah dilalui, kami mendapatkan masukan dan pertanyaan terkait dengan 'apakah industri 4.0 akan mengambil pekerjaan mereka?'

Disinilah hal yang menarik. Industri 4.0 seolah menakutkan untuk mereka, karena mereka yang selama ini menjadi bagian dari industrinya masing-masing, harus mempersiapkan diri, berbenah diri, dan tentu saja meningkatkan kemampuan mereka untuk bisa berkompetisi dengan apa yang selama ini mereka takutkan, robot dan otomatisasi.

Padahal sesungguhnya, Industri 4.0 akan mengantar pemahaman kita selama ini, dengan industri kita masing-masing, untuk lebih menjadi 'cyber-connected'. Dulu yang selama ini semua proses masih dilakukan manual, harus diubah menjadi sesuatu yang bisa diukur secara digital. Maka akan masuk kepada digitasi (merubah menjadi digit-al), serta diolah secara digital (digitalisasi). Namun harus diingat, semua ini bukan berarti langsung menjadi robotik dan automation-system. Banyak bagian di industri kita yang akan tetap melibatkan keputusan 'human' agar semua tetap bisa berjalan. Terutama di Indonesia yang sangat majemuk terkait dengan keputusan-keputusan bisnis dan industri. Meskipun semuanya telah menjadi digital, dan terdigitalisasi, tetap ada peran manusia yang mengontrol dan memberikan keputusan.

Oleh karena itu, sangatlah tidak mungkin semua akan digantikan oleh system, tetapi yang sangat penting adalah , meningkatkan kemampuan kita agar bisa mendukung semua yang akan menjadi 'cyber-connected'.

Disinilah peran kami, asosiasi yang sangat berkaitan erat dengan teknologi informasi dan komunikasi (TIK), agar bisa membantu, banyak industri, banyak perusahaan, dan juga orang-orang di dalamnya agar bisa mempersiapkan diri menghadapi era 'cyber-connected' ini.

Kami akan tetap terus berupaya, melibatkan banyak pihak, terutama anggota APTIKNAS, serta jaringannya, untuk bisa mendukung terjadinya edukasi, pemahaman yang tepat, serta pembelajaran yang bisa terjadi melalui berbagai aktifitas yang dilakukan.

Selain rangkaian Seminar Smart 4.0 yang tahun ini ditangani oleh Yorindo Communication, kami juga mendukung berbagai event pameran skala Nasional yang dilakukan di Jakarta dan kota besar lainnya. Tema sentral terkait dengan Industry 4.0, Marketplace serta Digital Talents akan mewarnai kegiatan kami sepanjang tahun ini.

Kami juga membangun komunitas Smart City Activist (Smartivist). Gerakan Smartivist ini adalah upaya untuk bisa membantu dan mengembangkan potensi penggerak smart city di seluruh Indonesia. Smart City bukan semata mengenai produk, tetapi smart city adalah keterlibatan warga untuk mendukung dan mengembangkan kotanya menjadi semakin pintar. Untuk menuju kota pintar, maka perlu dilakukan edukasi, sosialisasi serta menjaring warga kota pintar, yang memiliki kemampuan untuk berkontribusi bagi kotanya.

Tahun lalu kami telah memulai dengan StartSmeUp - layanan pendampingan UMKM menggunakan teknologi, dan program ini akan digabungkan dengan Smartivist untuk menemukan bakat-bakat anak muda di masing-masing kota yang peduli perkembangan kotanya.

Smartivist akan menemukan polanya sendiri untuk mendukung kotanya. Kami di APTIKNAS akan mendukung, agar edukasi, sosialisasi serta penemuan para bibit muda ini bisa mengarahkan kepada StartUp Smart City, yang tentu saja perlu mendapatkan dukungan dari masing-masing pemerintah daerah yang ada.

Jaringan APTIKNAS yang tersebar di 27 wilayah kota, tentu akan menjadi jaringan yang tepat untuk membina Smartivist, didukung dengan kerjasama dari pemda/pemkot yang ada. Kita harus memastikan pengembangan smart city, juga harus didukung pengembangan kemampuan smart citizen, dan inilah para smartivist yang kita harus bantu bertumbuh kembang di tiap kota.

Dari hal ini, kami sangat mengharapkan akan membantu dan menemukan para Digital Talents yang tersebar di seluruh kota, terutama di kota-kota dimana APTIKNAS berada. Maka kegiatan terkait dengan Industri 4.0, Marketplace serta Digital Talents akan selalu mewarnai kegiatan APTIKNAS di tahun 2019 ini.

Sukses bersama , Indonesia bersama APTIKNAS.

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Hotel Industry 4.0

The hospitality landscape today has transformed drastically in recent years. Online booking platforms have seized a tremendous market share of the industry. Digitization has brought about dynamic changes to the hoteliers’ business frameworks. Within a short time period, online platforms have successfully widened their share of bookings in Europe to over 20 percent; and the numbers are still growing. In addition, 70 percent of these bookings are driven by only a few companies.  
Further, information are always readily available today due to the new media culture; and therefore has made it easier for consumers to compare vacation and accommodation offerings. At present, the widespread use of mobile devices by individuals have also allowed potential guests to communicate with one another, source of information and make reservations anytime and anywhere. In the new media culture, residual capacity any sort is also integrated and made available for sale online. This practice is also prevalent in the travel industry and is expanding exponentially due to the attractive last moment offers of accommodation, mobility and culinary delights. Concurrently, private capacity that has yet to be tapped on and was not even accessible until recently is increasingly enter the market and beating down its competitors.
These cultural shifts have penetrated every segment of the population, particularly that of the Millennials and Generation Z. These groups have been predicted to account for close to half of all potential hotel guests. They are the very first generation to have adapted to digitalisation from a young age. Highly interactive and challenging, these global citizens are determined and well-informed on the quality of education. They are open to options and are unlikely to commit themselves until the eleventh hour. They expect top-notch digital infrastructure and quintessential service as standard. They share new experiences with friends almost immediately and heed recommendation of others. They socialise and seek connections and both physical and virtual places of encounter.
Hotels unlike bookstores and bank branches cannot be replaced digitally. Hence, they have an upperhand over other industries. However, hotel rooms can still be replaced by private capacity that online platforms have been progressively offering; which has therefore affected the industry. Hence, it is essential for the hotel industry will have to adapt to the technological changes, and there are three key factors to look out for:
  • Interaction with customers or guests
  • Optimisation of back-office operations
  • Diversification into new business opportunities that relate to traditional core business
However, at present, there has been little evidence that digital applications have been implemented in hotels. In addition, there are still several white spots where existing opportunities have yet to be leveraged. For instance, in the case of social media. No other digital platforms have been used intensively other than Facebook. Less than one third of the respondents surveyed currently have videos on YouTube, even though video is now one of the most significant online format.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

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