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EPR-forum/OASIS presentation at the 7th IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies. http://www.dest2013.digital-ecology.org/ ...

EPR-forum/OASIS presentation at the 7th IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies. http://www.dest2013.digital-ecology.org/

Special Theme:
Smart Planet and Cyber Physical Systems as Embodyment of Digital Ecosystems.

SEED Worksession:
Social, Economic and Environmental Development ( SEED )
IEEE DEST-SEED 2013
24-26 JULY 2013 – Menlo Park nested in Stanford Universety, CA, USA
IEEE bullet points for DEST conference SF, US

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    IEEE DEST 2013 tGov presentation (Transformational Government: Sustainable Infrastructure => Sustainable Health Care) IEEE DEST 2013 tGov presentation (Transformational Government: Sustainable Infrastructure => Sustainable Health Care) Presentation Transcript

    • eHealth “The Future Service Model for Home & Community Health Care” © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 Presenter: Hans A. Kielland Aanesen, CEO EPR-forum OASISTGF, BCM and CAM SEEDWorkshop 24. July – Menlo Park, California, USA
    • The Needed Change of Thinking to Achieve a Sustainable Public Sector in relation to the value added by the National Industies Most Government Authoreties are still here ! The challenge is to achieve this. Transformation of Public Governance to tGov ( eGov 2.0 OASIS TGF ) © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 tGov:Transformational Government
    • © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 Neutral ”Super Structures ” Interact through common ”Traffic Rules” defined by several International and National Actors Publish/Deploy: - Standards Produce/Develop: - Standards - Spesifications Organize Super Structures: - Super Structure SW ( Open Source ) - Application / Implementation / Registers - Certification - Competance (XML-exchange Legislation) UNIVERSITIES / RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS: NONE COMMERSIAL USERS & ORGANIZATIONS: COMMERSIAL USERS : ??? ??? Interaction of Actors Information Exchange Standardization
    • Citizen interests Business interests PublicCommunity Interests ( Security / Justice / Governance ) - Service Oriented - Infrastructures - ”Traffic Rules” The 3 Fundamental Groups of Interest & Roles regarding HOLISTIC THINKING: Quality of Service is the Public Community’s responsibility © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 IEEE DEST SEED approach: What about Socio-Economic Sustainability & LongTerm Investment vss Annual Budgets ?
    • Learn from previous lack of standardization ? Or make new mistakes ? Public Interaction needs “open” XML-protocols and not many parallel Infrastructures ! • Internet/Intranet/Bus-protocols • Internet Banking • Public Health network • Public Emergency Network • Smart Grid ( Energy Network ) • Broadcasting Networks • Military Networks • etc Info. Interaction: Differ INFRASTRUCTURE (Public Governance) from SERVICES ( Business) © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 Info-Interaction Reform Require 5 Aspects to consider ! 1. Common National Communication Infrastructures 2. Shared Data 3. Abstract Common and Open Service Models handling Information exchange 4. Traditional SW programs/Platforms 5. Executing legislated public services and buying Equipment Need a split between 1,2 and 3 (Public Governance) and 4 and 5 (Business)
    • Security Entertainment Energy Food Health Interoperability in the Infrastructure Layers Top Level Server: Interexchanging & Service driven Super Structure Infrastructure: Internet / Intranet (TCP/IP) Infrastructure: Process net / Ethernet Node 1: Node n: Server n: Legacy / ExpertSystem Multi functional User Interfaces : Mobil, PDA/Pad, LapTop, PC ,Touch Screen etc Flexible and Open User Interface: OS independency ( Cross Platform based ) Infrastructure: Process net / Ethernet Node 1: Node n: Server 1: Legacy / ExpertSystem HYBRID SYSTEM ARCITECHTURE: Define INFRASTRUCTURE & TRAFFIC RULES before implementing SERVICE SOLUTIONS © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 Common ”Traffic Rules” (red arrows) a must to achieve Interaction, Integration and Reusability
    • With main Focus on Strengthening the Frontline Services OASISTGF Change inThinking: Citizens from passive CLIENTS to active OWNERS of the legislated Public Services • Integrated Service Planning & Reporting ( ISR ) • Work Description(Procedures based on Best Practice) / Reporting / Inspection • Access Control by mobile phone SIM-card ( Digital Signature) PublicGovernance transforms from eGov to tGov through OASISTGF : Major Reductions in Bureaucratic and Unnecessary Public GOVERNANCE layers to Strengthen the Frontline Service Executer’s ability to act by help of SELF-MANAGEMENT and increase the Service Quality Assurance and Supervision by help of the Frontline’s Hand Hold Organizers as Smart Phones and Tablets National “Best Practice” Procedure Register: The Actors in the new FRONTLINE-services: ( Autonomic Interaction) Service Channels organized through Frontline Services: tGov - OASIS TGF To days “Silo” organization: ? © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 Self Service & Self Management !
    • OASIS BCM-EPR SC ( eFolder ISR ) Motivation Time People Specifications Schema Workflow Contract Data/Codes Services/Functions Network Source: OASIS BCM Lubash Pyramid Core Components WSDL XForms Transport Routing, Packaging Collaboration Partner Agreements- CPA SOAP/XMPP MSH Messages Roles Collaboration Partner Profiles - CPP Nouns Events Template engine Rules Verbs Content Assembly Mechanism - CAM BP Specification Schema BPSS Process (OASIS CAM , BCM , SAML, ebSOA, BPEL …………………. ) EPR-eFolder Templates: Organizing and Orchestrating Loosely coupled applications (ebXML,WS) “Object”= © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 Semantic Interoperability Standards Stack
    • CATALOG services exposing Loosely coupled applications WS & ebXML Shared & Persistent DATA in Legacy & Expert systems TOA (Technology & Platform Oriented Architecture ) The new way of doing SW Engineering by the users in real time Service management/ Practitioners: Super Structure: Installation Implementation /Use Needs Requirements Procurement DYNAMISKE INTERAKTIVE TEMPLAT-modeller Adoption, integration CAM TEMPLATE Register: CAM TEMPLATE = f( WS,ebXML) DYNAMISKE og INTERAKTIVE STYREKORT-modeller CAM TEMPLATE Rule Engine DYNAMIC and INTERACTIVE CAM Template Models SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 OASIS CAM/BCM Model driven architecture in Real Time:
    • Access Super Structure Portal: S Service Management organized by User driven Template-Folders Legacy/ Expert Systems With different business logic 3: Service manager: CAM Template constructor: Spesification: Missing Application in Sub- systems(models) 4: Portal & System Developer: Portal & Legacy system programming 1: Service Receiver: Citizens 2: Service Practitioners: Adm. og Service employees: © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 EPR-eFolder Service Access has 4 main Role groups
    • ( eFolder Container with Work folder & TEMPLATE Steering cards ) Dokumentkort Styrer tilgang til blankett- og dokumentmaler samt arkiverte Dokumenter. Dokumentkort Styrer tilgang til blankett- og dokumentmaler samt arkiverte Dokumenter. Dokumentkort Styrer tilgang til blankett- og dokumentmaler samt arkiverte Dokumenter. Dokumentkort Styrer tilgang til blankett- og dokumentmaler samt arkiverte Dokumenter. Dokumentkort Styrer tilgang til blankett- og dokumentmaler samt arkiverte Dokumenter. Content card ( Document card) Template functions Workflow card ( Procedure card) Dokumentkort Styrer tilgang til blankett- og dokumentmaler samt arkiverte Dokumenter. Dokumentkort Styrer tilgang til blankett- og dokumentmaler samt arkiverte Dokumenter. Dokumentkort Styrer tilgang til blankett- og dokumentmaler samt arkiverte Dokumenter. Dokumentkort Styrer tilgang til blankett- og dokumentmaler samt arkiverte Dokumenter. Dokumentkort Styrer tilgang til blankett- og dokumentmaler samt arkiverte Dokumenter. Task card (Service card) Templates: Access Service Portal: Phase Templates Arbeidsmappe ( Opprettes når ny bruker eller ny process )Arbeidsmappe ( Opprettes når ny bruker eller ny process )Work Folder Role Single Sign-On portal: Demo © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 EPR-eFolder Service Management
    • Body Sensors (A standard handled by OASIS BCM-EPR SC and EPR-forum ) Services inYour Hand © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 The EPR-eDevice Standard ©
    • •ABB •Ademco •AMP •Analog devices ( Domosys Corporation) •Caddx Controls •Chamberlain Group •Cutler-Hammer •Diablo Research Corporation •Dr. Ken Wacks ( MIT ) •Ericsson •Full House Control •Generel Electric (Homenet) •Honeywell •HP ( Compaq Computer Corporation) •Hypertek •IBM •Intel •InteliHome •Intellon Corporation •Interactive Media Systems •ISO/IEC JTC1 SC25 WG1 Home Electronic System •IT & Integration ( IT & Process ) •Leviton •Lucent Technologies •Microsoft •Molex •Panasonic Technologies •Philips •Siemens •Smart Corporation ( Microsoft + GE ) •Tecom •The Training Department •Thomson Consumer Electronics •XLSynergy EPR-eDevice Open standard: NEW XML-UTILIZATION OF THE STANDARD: (Building blocks in EPR-eDevice CAM Dictionaries) The standarized functional models of Nodes is nowTransferred to RealTime XML-models ( mirrored processable eDevice CAMTemplates) interacting with a Service Management Access Portal processing Scenario based workflow CAMTemplates as response on defined deviation in eDevice sensors. NEARLY 30 YEARS OF FUNCTIONAL STANDARDIZATION: (1984- 2013 ) The Interoperability standard of electronic network based equipment is derived from the ANSI/CEA-721 work developed and specified over the last 30 years by more than 400 companies, organizations and individual persons as: © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 ( ”Mirroring – standard” ) Functional XML-modeling of Network eDevices (Nodes)
    • Social Network: From Blood NANO-based Health condition sensors: Waste water from WC Waste water from Sink Meal preparation & Environmental control : Stove Other Kitchen equipment Refridge & Freezer Interactive TV Entertainment & Social activeties: Game, Video Music, Radio IP cameras Energy with Environmental control: Heater Washing&Drying machines Heat pump Dish- washer EL-meter Lighting system Ventilation Appl. Groups: ( Functional Profiles) 0x General 1x Audio/Video 2x Lighting 3x Communication 4x HVAC 5x Utility 6x Security 7x Appliance 8x Convenience 9x Food 10x Health x = sub groups Security & Environmental control: IP cameras Access control Smoke detectors Motion detector Work Instructions & Reporting: SmartPhone as Work Organizer & Control unit ( Self Management ) Health Condition Monitoring: Body and Environmental sensors and Self service and Self Diagnostic Service Practitioners: Service Receiver: © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 HomeApplication Areas - Application Groups – Network EPR-eDevices
    • EPR-eDevice : WS Modeling building elements EL-meter 21C HVAC User requirements ? Video Phone Interactive TV 01 Node Control 02 CX Control 03 Data Chan. Rx 04 Data Chan. Tx 05 Binary Control 06 Binary Sensor 07 Analog Control 08 Analog Sensor 09 MultiPosition Control 0A MultiPosition Sensor 0B Matrix Output 0C Multiplane Output 0D Ganged Analog Ctrl 0F Meter 10 Display 11 Medium Transport 13 Dialer 14 Keypad 15 List Memory 16 Data Memory 17 Motor 19 Synthesizer-Tuner 1A Tone Generator 1C Counter/Timer 1D Clock ( Functional Profiles) 0x Universal 1x Audio/Video 2x Lighting 3x Communication 4x HVAC 5x Utility 6x Security 7x Appliance 8x Convenience 9x Food/Meal Ax Medical/Health b Boolean data (On/Off) c Letters (ASCII text) n Numbers ( Integer ) d Binary data (Hex bytes) SETOFF SETON GETVALUE GETARRAY SETVALUE SETARRAY ADD INCREMENT SUBTRACT DECREMENT COMPARE COMPARE_I COPYVALUE SWAP EXIT ALIAS INHERIT DISINHERIT IF DO WHILE REPEAT BUILD Interoperability layers: (Application modeling+CAL) Appl. Groups: (CX) Appl. Fuctions: (OB) Appl. Variables: ( IV) CAL methods: Control = System Output signal Sensor = System Input signal © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013
    • EPR-eDevice Modeling OBJECTS/Components (Symbols) 01 Node Control 03 Data Ch.Rx 02 Context Control 04 Data Ch.Tx 1 0 05 BinaryControl 06 Binary Sensor 1 0 07 Analog Control 08 Analog Sensor 0F Meter 09 MultiPosControl 0A MultiPosSwitch0A MultiPosSensor 0B MatrixControl 11 MediumTrans 10 Display XXXXX YYYYY 13 Dialer 14 Key Pad 19 Synth/Tuner 15 ListMemory 16 DataMemory 17 Motor 1D Clock 0A MultiPosSwitch1C Counter/Timer XY Object name Object Class Object Network category Message to Object Message from Object 1A ToneGen. © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 ( Model elements made by OASISTemplate eDevice Dictionary)
    • EPR-eDevice product model example: Thermostat(default) 7. april 2010 EPR-eDevice product: Thermostat functional model(mirrored SW block diagram) (01)00: Universal Global House keeping information (01) (02) 01 Node Control DeviceID,address,CX-list (00,40,41,42,63) etc OB-list(01,02) etc 02 Context Control (03)41: Environmental Sensor Measuring Temperature & Humidity Values (01) OB-list(02,08,08) (02) (03) 02 Context Control 08 Analog Sensor Inside Temperature, ”C Demand,kW 08 Analog Sensor Inside Humidity , %RH (02)40: Environmental Zone Define Environmental Sensor objects (01) (02) ( 03) ( 04) (05) (06) 02 Context Control OB-list(02,14,0A,05,07,07)etc 09 MultiPosControl Zone Mode 0A MultiPosSwitch0A MultiPosSensor Zone Status 1 0 05 BinaryControl Fan Control 07 Analog Control Heat Setting, ”C 07 Analog Control Cool Setting,”C (04)42: Environmental Status Status picked from Environmental Sensor (01) OB-list(02,07,07) (02) (03) 02 Context Control 07 Analog Control Current Zone Temp,”C 07 Analog Control Current Zone Hum,%RH (05)63: Security Partision Control Security Partision Status Vektor and battery (01) OB-list(02,15,0A) (02) (03) 02 Context Control 15 ListMemory Partision Status Vector from CX:62 0A MultiPosSwitch0A MultiPosSensor Battery Status © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013
    • XML-based OASIS CAM TEMPLATE modeling. OASIS CAM-editor http://www.cameditor.org CAM-dictionaries: - EPR eDevice Templating - EPR eFolder Templating EPR-forum starts Education inTemplating Methodology at BI from medio 2013: © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013
    • EPR-eDevice Thermostat Template 7. april 2010 © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013
    • Generated Mind Map of EPR-eDevice Thermostat Template 7. april 2010 © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013
    • Interoperable EPR-eDevice Application Areas: CareTech© portal: Care Flat for Nurse Education . HiBu Science Lab in Drammen, Norway © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 /Smart Homes/Buildings/Greenhouses & Smart Grid GymTech© portal: Member handling, Body Condition monitoring &Scenario Controlled Smart Building Smart Greenhouses: ( FoodeOn© ) Real Time Hydroponic agriculturecontrolled system Smart Grid: The new Vehicle in Smart Grid optimization ( www.vsg.no )
    • Body Sensors Welfare technology integrated in Home services will be an important contribution to Care services and how to Delay or Prevent disabilities in the future! EPR-forum Interaction project: «TheWelfare & HealthCare Challenges» http:/omsorgsteknologi.no Home Server Demo ”Services inYour hand ” with real ”Open” standards: OASISTGF/BCM/CAM – EPR SC and EPR-forum Together with Quality: - PREVENTION ( Diet, Exercise ) - DIAGNOSIS ( Nano-technology ) -TREATMENT ( Medication, Best Practice ) - PROCEDURES (Work processes, Best Practice ) - ENVIRONMENTALCONTROL ( Deviation control ) with SCENARIO COMPOSING © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 ”My Home is my CASTLE”
    • Body Sensors (A standard handled by OASIS BCM-EPR SC and EPR-forum ) Services inYour Hand © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 The EPR-eDevice Standard ©
    • Social Network: © IT & IntegrationAS From Blood NANO-based Health condition sensors: Waste water from WC Waste water from Sink Meal preparation & Environmental control : Stove Other Kitchen equipment Refridge & Freezer Interactive TV Entertainment & Social activeties: Game, Video Music, Radio IP camras Energy with Environmental control: Heater Washing&Drying machines Heat pump Dish- washer EL-meter Lighting system Ventilation Appl. Groups: ( Functional Profiles) 0x General 1x Audio/Video 2x Lighting 3x Communication 4x HVAC 5x Utility 6x Security 7x Appliance 8x Convenience 9x Food 10x Health x = sub groups Security & Environmental control: IP camras Access control Smoke detectors Motion detector Work Instructions & Reporting: SmartPhone as Work Organizer & Control unit ( Self Management ) Health Condition Monitoring: Body and Environmental sensors and Self service and Self Diagnostic Service Practitioners: Service Receiver: © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 HomeApplication Areas - Application Groups – Network EPR-eDevices
    • Web Access Portal: (Web services technology) - UDDI ( XML Device and Scenario Catalogs) - WSDL ( Peer = XML Device/Scenario models) - SOAP /XMMP ( XML message protocols) INTERNET / INTRANET WEB Browsers: Thin Clients (OS independent Client User Interface GUI) SOA Front Office Portal + UDDI catalog (WSDL/TEMPLATE-models of eDevices + Scenarios) PROCESS - SERVER Home server Interface - Ethernet - Firewire - USB - Bluetooth - CAN - X10 - DALI - KNX/EIB - RFID - Zigbee - Lon - SCP/CEBus - PowerBus - MOD bus - MDB - etc PROCESS NET Bus controlled eDevices: © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 EPR-eFolder/EPR-eDevice Access structure
    • INTERNET/INTRANET - Bluetooth - RFID - Zigbee - IR - etc PROCESS NET Bus controlled eDevices: PROCESS - SERVER Personal server 4G Interface WEB Browsers: Thin Clients (OS independent Client User Interface GUI) Web Access Portal: (Web services technology) - UDDI ( XML Device and Scenario Catalogs) - WSDL ( Peer = XML Device/Scenario models) - SOAP /XMMP ( XML message protocols) SOA Front Office Portal + UDDI catalog (WSDL/TEMPLATE-models of eDevices + Scenarios) © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 Service management/ Practitioners: EPR-eFolder/EPR-eDevice Wireless Network sensors
    • © IT & IntegrationAS • Integrated Service Planning & Reporting (EPR-ISR) • Work Description (Procedures based on Best Practice) / Reporting / Inspection • Access Control by mobile phone SIM-card ( Digital Signature) Steering cards: ( CAMTemplates ) User Interface: Service Receiver: Service Practitioners: Demo 4G mobile Smart Phone © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 EPR-eFolder Service Receiver & Service Practitioners
    • EPR-eFolder Scenario OASIS BCM/CAM Template Examples: (Scenario adaption/composing) ”Scenario Composing” Driven by Health care practitioners! Interaction between Working processes & Routines as response on Deviation Handling by ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY TEMPLATES examples spesified by Health care Practisioners for individual people with Dementia: Tracing a person: Fall/movement of a person: Medication: Access control: Condition Monitoring: Tracking an object: Sosial Security: APPS: © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013
    • Body Sensors www.tGov.no Read more at EPR-forum Interaction project «The Welfare & Health Care Challenges» http://omsorgsteknologi.no/ Services in your Hand © Copyright EPR-forum, 2013 Thank’s for Attension ! HiBu-Lab access