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Manu kapoor Jai kejriwal Sunil Parihar don’t lose your phone in 2016 Shared Existence # 0000 66 T OO TH pervasion !!! CellPhone Trends Cell phones are increasing in number Cell phone usage overtakes landlines in the US ( )

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don t lose your phone in 2016




don’t lose your phone in 2016


cellphone trends
  • Cell phones are increasing in number
  • Cell phone usage overtakes landlines in the US ( )
  • Cell phones are becoming faster
  • Cellphone usage habits are changing
  • Integrate into day-to-day needs

BluetoothStatistics& Trends

  • Bluetooth technology is gaining momentum after a slow start
  • Toshiba and Hitachi are developing networked home appliances (
  • The first bluetooth fridge was introduced at CES 2006. The first networked fridge has been around since 2000
  • Lexus, Acura and Infiniti come equipped with bluetooth
mobile trends
  • - NTT DoCoMo introduced debit cards in phones last year. They plan to issue credit cards soon. (
  • Runs on mobile phones
  • Listens for bluetooth-enabled devices in the proximity
  • Gets data from devices
  • Controls said devices
  • Has a server component
usage scenario 1
UsageScenario #1

Networked Home 2016

  • Both flip open their mobile phone and connect to their home.
  • They see the status of all appliances
  • Smith turns off the tap, heating and locks the front door
  • Mary sets the temperature and moisture of her house
  • Each gets an alert whenever the temperature, water usage etc increases beyond a limit

Use case#1

Smith is on his way to a party and midway realizes that he left his front door unlocked. Furthermore, the heating was left at high and the tap was left running

Use case#2

Mary is on vacation and needs to control the temperature and moisture of her house to sustain her expensive plants

  • Extrapolating from the current scenario, it is conjectured that the plumbing, air conditioning, lighting and door mechanisms are network enabled (possibly bluetooth) as well
  • Devices are connected to each other and to a hub which acts as an interface to the outside world
  • The hub runs a web server which the owner of the house logs into and retrieves the status of every device that communicates with it
  • Using a simple web interface, the user controls each appliance connected to the hub
  • Based on user defined settings, changes in the environment are sent to the user who can then take appropriate action remotely
usage scenario 2
UsageScenario #2

Social Networks 2016

  • By 2016, social networking goes mobile
  • Radar & Sleep modes enable people to
  • switch the network on and off
  • Welcome to “No Strings Attached: Just another bar”
    • Walk into the bar in “radar” mode
    • Radar mode matches people with common interests and welcomes them to initiate a chat on phone & consoles (available at the bar)
    • Giant screens in the bar visualize the buzzing social activity in a graphical way enhanced with sound
    • Anonymous chat preserves privacy, lets people decide whether they want to “meet”
    • Risque, you say!


  • Existing web based social networking websites mobile enable the profiles
  • Mobile devices talk to other devices in the proximity and can “match” profiles
  • Requires Bluetooth-like wireless protocol that works in close proximity
  • Experience could be enhanced with external multimedia devices based on the setting

Social Networks 2016

“No strings attached”