Overcoming the Limitations of Current orLegacy M2M SystemsM2M Evolution: The Old and the New Internet of ThingsMunich, 10....
The Internet of ThingsLegacy M2M Systems• M2M is not a new concept - device to business applications havebeen implemented ...
The Internet of ThingsUnderstanding Legacy ArchitecturesMulti-Drop Polled CircuitsOperationConsolesFEP HostEnterprise Appl...
Allen-Bradley DF1Allen-Bradley DH+Allen-Bradley EN/IPAmocam (all versions)ARCNetATSBITbusCANbusCACCM2CDCICDCIIConitelDevic...
The Internet of ThingsUnderstanding Legacy ArchitecturesOne-to-One data relationshipbetween the Host and fieldequipment.Cu...
The Internet of ThingsLegacy Architectures – Implementation BarrierComplex mix of data producers, consumers, and services ...
The Internet of ThingsArchitectural Approach for more effective M2M SolutionsWhat needs to be done:• Decoupling of consume...
The Internet of ThingsArchitectural Approach for more effective M2M SolutionsWhat needs to be done (short version):Decoupl...
The Internet of Things – Step 1Decoupling Producers & Consumers of M2M Device DataMany-to-Many data relationshipbetween th...
The Internet of Things – Step 2Integrating and Consolidating Services at the EdgeM2M Smart Services Gatewaysintegrate and ...
APIs, Dashboards, Console, etc.The Internet of ThingsDistributed Systems Architectural OverviewConsumers of DataM2MIntegra...
© 2013 Eurotech. All rights reservedThis presentation has been prepared by Eurotech S.p.A. (or “Eurotech”).The information...
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Overcoming the Limitations of Current or Legacy M2M Systems.
M2M Evolution: The Old and the New Internet of Things

This presentation explains an Architectural Approach for creating more effective M2M Solutions.
Key points are:
- Decoupling of Consumers and Producers of data
- Single flexible M2M Infrastructure
- Flexible, IT centric Scalable Edge Nodes hardware and software platforms
- Integrating and Consolidating Services at the Edge.

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Overcoming the Limitations of Current or Legacy M2M Systems - The M2M Evolution

  1. 1. Overcoming the Limitations of Current orLegacy M2M SystemsM2M Evolution: The Old and the New Internet of ThingsMunich, 10.12.2012Robert Andres
  2. 2. The Internet of ThingsLegacy M2M Systems• M2M is not a new concept - device to business applications havebeen implemented for many years• M2M is just a new term for distributed systems like the ones wehave built for years• Technology advances and standardization lead to a commoditizationof distributed systems• There is a huge number of legacy protocols and technologiesimplemented and in use today that have to be supported
  3. 3. The Internet of ThingsUnderstanding Legacy ArchitecturesMulti-Drop Polled CircuitsOperationConsolesFEP HostEnterprise Applications• Poll/Response Paradigm uses 100% of available bandwidth• The data “Transport” is the “Application”• One protocol for all field equipment limits deployment of newtechnology & impedes migration to new technologies
  4. 4. Allen-Bradley DF1Allen-Bradley DH+Allen-Bradley EN/IPAmocam (all versions)ARCNetATSBITbusCANbusCACCM2CDCICDCIIConitelDeviceNetDanielDL130DNP 3.0ElliottEnron ModbusF&MFerranti MK2AGalveston-HoustonGPEGSIHarris 5000/5500/6000Hansa S002HARTHayesHoneywell DEKodataL&JLANDACLandis & GyrMicromotion FlowscaleMODBUS ASCIIMODBUS RTUMODBUS PlusMPS9000MTSOmron Host LinkOptomuxPERT 2631Plessey TC6RDACSIIREDAC 70HRNIMSiemens 3964RSiemens RK512SLIPSNET -ISNET –IIGE SRTPTANO Model 10TANO Model 100TCP/IPTejasTotal-FlowTransit BusTRW 9550Valmet Series 5Transmitton MT700TRW S-70TRW S-703VarecWesdac 4FWISPThe Internet of Things... with just a few Industry Protocols
  5. 5. The Internet of ThingsUnderstanding Legacy ArchitecturesOne-to-One data relationshipbetween the Host and fieldequipment.Custom applications arerequired to access dataMulti-Drop Polled CircuitsOperationConsolesFEP HostCustomApplicationERPModelingEngineeringCustomApplicationEnterprise Applications
  6. 6. The Internet of ThingsLegacy Architectures – Implementation BarrierComplex mix of data producers, consumers, and services is notaddressed:• One-to-One data relationship between the services (devices,sensors) and the (enterprise) applications requiring the data• Custom applications on a database level are required to accessdata• 60%-90% of Project Effort on Data Delivery• Costly Bandwidth Consumption• Protocol is the Transport – Can’t break apart
  7. 7. The Internet of ThingsArchitectural Approach for more effective M2M SolutionsWhat needs to be done:• Decoupling of consumers and producers of data• Single flexible & manageable M2M infrastructure• Flexible, IT centric SEN hardware & software platformsBut …• “Minimal-invasive” approach• Integrating legacy systems, preserving investments• Reduce cost (WAN, cellular, implementation, operations)
  8. 8. The Internet of ThingsArchitectural Approach for more effective M2M SolutionsWhat needs to be done (short version):Decoupling Producers & Consumers of M2M Device Data+Integrating and Consolidating Services at the Edge
  9. 9. The Internet of Things – Step 1Decoupling Producers & Consumers of M2M Device DataMany-to-Many data relationshipbetween the business applicationsand the devicesEnterprise ApplicationsLocation # 3Location # 1Location # 2Enterprise Service BusFor M2M Device DataM2MIntegrationPlatform
  10. 10. The Internet of Things – Step 2Integrating and Consolidating Services at the EdgeM2M Smart Services Gatewaysintegrate and consolidate at theremote locationEnterprise ApplicationsLocation # 3Location # 1Location # 2M2M Multi-ServiceGateway
  11. 11. APIs, Dashboards, Console, etc.The Internet of ThingsDistributed Systems Architectural OverviewConsumers of DataM2MIntegration PlatformMulti-ServiceGatewaysProducers of DataM2MInfrastructureSolutionOperationalTechnologyBuilding BlockStandard Interfaces
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