By Denis Caromel, Ludovic Henrio, Luca Cardelli

ISBN-10: 3540208666

ISBN-13: 9783540208662

Deals an intensive assessment of concurrent languages and calculi, with accomplished figures and summaries. offers and analyses many implementation options which may effortlessly be utilized by builders of disbursed platforms.

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Evolution of embedded intelligence 27 Despite cyclical downturns in demand for chips, including the latest in 2008–2009, long-term market growth is likely to be stimulated by the increased demand for smart products and devices as well as sensor and machine-to-machine (M2M) networks. Anticipating this new growth driver, Intel and other chip makers are gearing up for the spread of embedded intelligence and Internet connectivity. Leaders of the computer chip industry are just as enthusiastic as manufacturers and consumer product brands about the potential of smart products to generate higher profit margins, even if it requires finding new ways to surface the consumer-facing potential of embedded, connected intelligence.

Some features of smart products that provide benefits to the enterprise can also offer significant new value to consumers, but other aspects of smart product design are arguably not in the interests of buyers and may influence the market against product adoption. Achieving the optimal balance of value and control between the manufacturer and the consumer of intelligent products is an essential requirement for a successful and sustainable smart product strategy. Evolution of embedded intelligence 19 Many companies, however, seem to dedicate most of their planning and resources to internal smart product design decisions that will maximize corporate benefits and competitive advantage.

As the name implies, the Hegemon ecosystem is controlled by one dominant company that makes the critical decisions about the ecosystem’s smart products and services. This company determines the key elements of the ecosystem business model, selects the partners who will be invited to join the ecosystem and requires partners to adopt its infrastructure and platform decisions in exchange for participation. It typically uses revenues from the new ecosystem to supplement its core business model. Since the Hegemon has an established customer base and value chain, the status quo or a gradual market evolution is seen as the 40 Smart Products, Smarter Services best strategy to maintain existing revenues and protect market position.

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