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The Three Stages of #IoT from #SmartTechnologies to #SmartLiving

Something few people have grasped yet is that to get from Smart Technologies to IoT and on to
Smart Living (Ubiquity) is a progression, not just in sensors, networks and device thinking, but also
in ecosystem and task appraisal thinking.

St. Petersburg, FL, May 18, 2017 --( Paradigm Interactions Inc. patents IoT3 Smart Living and
explains the trajectory from Smart Technologies to IoT Ecosystems and on to Smart Living.

Something few people have grasped yet is that to get from Smart Technologies to IoT and on to Smart
Living (Ubiquity) is a progression, not just in sensors, networks and device thinking, but also in
ecosystem and task appraisal (to discern if they are even relevant not just the form of them) thinking. As
with every other revolution not only does time and people change the meaning of the revolution they also
change the trajectory.

At the Global 5G Test Summit at MWC17 in Barcelona the panel was asked what services will 5G bring,
extend or establish as the killer services, quite rightly the panel answered that the key services of 4G were
not known until the network capability was in place and they evolved by adoption, not by strategy alone.

The Three Stages of IoT Evolution

IoT Smart Technologies, #IoT1

Smart Technologies relates to limited networks of control actions, sensors and rules setting devices
around a small number of tasks, specific locations or limited markets. They can be added to relatively
easily but ultimately can't manage a whole ecosystem, without replacement. An example would be
managing home based utilities; there are already many systems that manage, heating, lighting and
security in one system. These systems don't manage the whole home and all the tasks in a home, so don't
manage the Home Ecosystem. They are also restricted to non complex tasks that that have binary or
stepped rules for controlling tasks. For example setting the heating times, temperature, managing lighting,
responding to a proximity alert for security, that can be locally or remotely set and observed.

IoT Closed Ecosystems, #IoT2

Closed Ecosystem IoT relates to a fully integrated system of several types of network including machine
to machine M2M, machine to human M2H and machine to data system M2D through an application
gateway. Additionally these networks provide pre-connected and situational relationships dependent upon
tasks, locations and users. An example would be a Home Ecosystem, again as this is the most likely
location to get investment at this point in human society.

All possible actions and interactions within a home, including disallow rules (security and safety),
policies related to sensors and personal ecosystems are defined and can be added to by users with the
correct rights (on matters of safety for example only Parents would have the rights to set safety rules).

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Every sensor device (item group made from many items with a micro sensor), task (with an outcome) and
activity (outcome not essential), item (everything not an item group or a device) can be included in the
ecosystem. Personal ecosystems (personal avatar plus id, agenda, voice print, payment), location
ecosystems (kitchen, living room, garden etc.) and an Adoption / Attribution Ecosystem (to manage
purchase, transit and adoption).

An example of a task would be, an item group close to arrival (washing machine), then arrives, the Home
Ecosystem advises a Parent Ecosystem of arrival through audible or voice alert, the Parent working in the
garden greets the delivery vocally while remaining in current location and opens the door. The delivery
staff enter the property, confirm they are fitting the item group, when it is connected the House
Ecosystem sends a request to the Parent Ecosystem, "diagnostics good, adopt?" the Parent says "Adopt",
the House adds the item group to the Kitchen and Parent ecosystems and the the House Ecosystem
"Owned, Working, Value" and updates the Insurance provider, the fitters get a message Adopted and then
leave. The Parent rates their service. While this is a simplified view and there are several other M2M
processes that happen it shows that a closed Home Ecosystem enables the simplification of process and
the ability for remote management of otherwise time consuming and stressful tasks.

IoT Open Ecosystems, Smart Living #IoT3

Open Ecosystem IoT is an evolution of IoT2 that enables an end to end lifecycle management of all items
and item groups from material, through creation, use, disposal and recycling. It is not vested in Home
only but also in Communities, States, Nations, Internationally and at Planet Level. It fundamentally
changes our interactions, behaviors and relationship to work, institutions like banks and security.

An example of purchasing something would be, while having a coffee with a friend in their house you see
a nice bowl and you say 'buy bowl'. Your Personal Ecosystem checks the area and finds three bowls, it
asks 'white bowl' you say 'Yes' the bowl is ordered based upon your personal preference which could be
Speed, Price, Colour or anything else, for this scenario it's Speed the nearest supplier is located and an
order is placed for immediate delivery. You carry on chatting and the bowel is delivered to your home
and waiting for you when you get home. Payment is automated, you unpack look at the bowel and say
'Great Condition' feedback allocated.

UbiNET Copyright 2006 Paradigm Interactions Inc.

UbiNET is the Paradigm Interactions Inc. test platform also called Project Charlemagne using 5G and 6G
concept where we are building scenarios for IoT3, linking blockchain, sensors and artificial intelligence,
which forms the bases of the Open Network Ecosystem Protocol, patent.

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