Keynote at ISCRAM-China2008: Next generation of Safety Networks
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Presentation of keynote speaker Latif Ladid at ISCRAMChina 2008 conference.

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Keynote at ISCRAM-China2008: Next generation of Safety Networks Keynote at ISCRAM-China2008: Next generation of Safety Networks Presentation Transcript

  • N E X T G E N E R A T I O N S A F E T Y N E T W O R K S I S C R A M C H I N A 2 0 0 8
  •                            
  • NAT                            
  • NAT STUN-ned                            
  • From to From NATwork of NATworks Network of Networks to InterNET InterNAT                                                                                                                                                                                                      
  • 10 9- Net10 Innovators NAT engineers WWW- Client/Server 33 Kbps Public Internet 10 4 Pioneers Email, FTP 9.6 Kbps Gov. Internet 10 38 EveryOne Everything Wireless, Streaming Media, P2P, GRID 1 Mbps + Global Internet DIAL-UP INTERNET ALWAYS-ON Internet Generations ArpaNET InterN E T New InterN E T NCP IPv4/NAT IPv6 T OURISTS RESIDENTS InterN A T
  • Yv4 Yv6 F i r s t I P v 6 K i l l e r A p p ! IPv4 Achieved the Critical 20% IPv6 Can Drive Growth & Continuity! 244.7 % 100.0 % 18.9 % 1,244,449,601 100.0 % 6,574,666,417 WORLD TOTAL 149.9 % 1.5 % 55.2 % 19,039,390 0.5 % 34,468,443 Oceania / Australia 540.7 % 9.3 % 20.8 % 115,759,709 8.5 % 556,606,627 Latin America 117.2 % 18.9% 70.2 % 234,788,864 5.1 % 334,538,018 North America 920.2 % 2.7 % 17.3 % 33,510,500 2.9 % 193,452,727 Middle East 221.5 % 27.2% 41.7 % 337,878,613 12.3 % 809,624,686 Europe 302.0 % 36.9 % 12.4 % 459,476,825 56.5 % 3,712,527,624 Asia 874.6 % 3.5 % 4.7 % 43,995,700 14.2 % 933,448,292 Africa Usage Growth 2000-2007 Usage % of World % Population ( Penetration ) Internet Usage, Latest Data Population % of World Population ( 2007 Est.) World Regions WORLD INTERNET USAGE & POPULATION STATISTICS
  • World Internet Penetration 2005 1.0 M 15 % 2010 1.6 M 25 % 2015 2.3 M 35 % 2020 3.2 M 50 %
  • Trillions of - RFIDs - Sensors
    • Billions of
    • Smart Devices
    • Vehicles
    • Buildings
    • 3-5 Billions
    • Mobile Phones
    • PDAs
    3-500 M - PCs The Next Big Internet
  • Mobile and Wireless Appliance TV PC Business Entertainment Mobile Consumer Wireline Wireless Home Family ITV HDTV Home Gateway Unified Messaging Location- Based HNet-3 E-Book Liquid Content Content Architecture eTV Dual Screen Open Cable DVideo Voice Portal sPhone Micro GPS HomeNet-2 Energy Appliances Tablet E-Game Console Basic Personalization Enterprise Portals Internet Data Streaming Media DTV Web TV Proprietary DSTB Home Theater PVR Filmless Camera Stereo M-Player Proprietary Game Console Security HomeNet-1 GM OnStar GPS SMS/Pagers Palmtop PDA Phone Convergent Security Device-Specific Content 3-5 + 2 Year +1 Year Now Telematics In a Converging Landscape
  • Some e-Government Some Competitiveness Legacy Technologies Not agile for smarter ways Information Society transportation Society Commerce Transportation Government infrastructure Narrowband Dial-up Home Poor Media IPv4: Fragmented Economy & Society IPv4
  • Efficient Government Improved Competitiveness Use new technologies in smarter ways Information Society IPv6 Smart transportation e-society e-Commerce e-Transportation e-Government e-infrastructure Broadband Home Multimedia IPv6 IPv6 IPv6: For Most Advanced Knowledge-based Economy & Siociety IPv6
  • Empowerement from Hidden Consumer to Known PRODUCER
  • You Time Person of the Year 2006 You
  • Mega Trends Connectivity Commoditisation Personal Device Convergence Device Commoditisation Shrinking MARGINS Commoditisation
  • IPv4 Address Space Count Down 15%                                                                                                                                                                          
    • At the
    • beginning,
    • it feels
    • Comfortable!
    The Lobster Syndrom! Yv4 Yv4: The Y2K for Internet!                                        
  • The Internet is losing its original Design
  • IPv4 IPv6 Vision 500 M Billions of Nodes Always-on Autoconfig Always-on Security Privacy Mobile  Multicast 
  • “ The IPv6 Final Marathon” Perception: IPv4 is Innovation - IPv6: an Upgrade Yv4 Yv6 Not needed Needed? Innovation Upgrade Powerful Same & More Political Goodwill Business Drivers Technology Value Infrastructure
  • Filesharing Instant Communication Ressource Sharing Collaborative Computing Wide Open Again for INNOVATION The New Internet The TWO-WAY Internet Interactive End 2 End
  • Killer Apps                                                                                                                                                                          
    • New MII, also called Industrialization and Information Ministry
    • Total mobile cell-phone user 555.77 , nearly 10% of the total are using mobile internet service (Source: MII)
    • IPv4 Addresses: > 8 /8
    • IPv6 addresses: 31 /32
    • Backbone: 2.5-10G DWDM+Router
    • International links : 368Gbps
    • Exchange Points: over 100G (Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen)
    Hundred Million Total Internet User Source: CNNIC, 2007.12 220 M 557 M China Internet & Telecom Market Overview 11.50 5.5% Others 50.40 24.0% Cell- phone Wireless 23.38 11.1% Dial-in Narrow Band 163.38 77.8% Broadband Access Users (million) Proportion to Total Users Internet Access Adoptions
  • CNGI - Government Driven Project
    • The biggest IPv6 Infrastructure project in worldwide. Over 40 cities, national wide, >2.5G backbone
    • The biggest IPv6 application developing project in China. over 100 projects funded by government
    • A joined project initiated by 8 Ministries:
      • NDRC (National Development and Reform Commission)
      • MOST (Ministry of Science and Technology)
      • MII (Ministry of Information Industry)
      • SCIO (The State Council Informatization Office)
      • MOE (Ministry of Education)
      • CAS (China Academy of Science)
      • CAE (Chinese Academy of Engineering)
      • NNSFC (National Natural Science Foundation of China)
    • Initial Budget 1.4billion RMB (-2005)
    • 2002 - 2005
      • CNGI demonstration project
      • Key technologies
    • 2006 - 2010
      • IPv6 backbone and applications
      • Mass production
      • Commercial Application
    CERNET2
  • CNGI - 6IX 高速交换 路由器 高速交换 路由器 高速路由 交换机 高速路由 交换机 CNGI-6IX EU GEANT2 U.S. Internet2 Asia Pacific TEIN2 622Mbps 1Gbps 2.5Gbps CERNET2 China Telecom China Unicom China Netcom China Mobile China Raicom CNGI, 6 backbones 1G/2.5/10Gbps
  • Beijing Municipal Committee of Communications: Olympic ITS IPv6 Surveillance Management 移动 IP 的无缝连接 IPv6 & ITS 增强的安全性 端 到端通信 丰富的 IP 地址 大规模的信息采集 基于 IP 组播的通信融合 即插即用性
  • Beijing Olympic - IPv6 visual surveillance National wide Operation before 2008 IPv6 visual surveillance and facility sensor networks systems Beijing Qingdao   Shenyang   Shanghai CNC IPv4/IPv6 CNGI Network Olympic Park Western Communities University Area Sightseeing Area
  • Olympics Honor, Olympics Quality The world first IPv4/IPv6 Surveillance and Sensor System Technical provider of 2008 Olympics IPv4/IPv6 based large scale remote surveillance management system. Deployed in over 50 Olympics stadiums in China! 国家体育场 国家游泳中心 国家体育馆 北京射击馆 北京奥林匹克篮球馆 老山自行车馆 顺义奥林匹克水上公园 中国农业大学体育馆 北京大学体育馆 北京科技大学体育馆 北京工业大学体育馆 北京奥林匹克公园网球场 北京奥林匹克公园射箭场 北京五棵松体育中心棒球场 朝阳公园沙滩排球场 老山小轮车赛场 铁人三项赛场 公路自行车赛场 奥体中心体育场 奥体中心体育馆 北京工人体育场 北京工人体育馆 首都体育馆 丰台体育中心垒球场 英东游泳馆 老山山地自行车场 北京射击场飞碟靶场 北京理工大学体育馆 北京航空航天大学体育馆 国家会议中心击剑馆 北京奥林匹克公园曲棍球场 青岛奥林匹克帆船中心 香港奥运马术比赛场 天津奥林匹克中心体育场 上海体育场 沈阳奥林匹克体育中心 秦皇岛市奥体中心体育场
  • Lightening Management & Control - Using IPv6 based Facility Networking - Area Management System, i.e., not single facility but multiple facilities - 1.4kmx2.4km with 18,000 lights - 1,000 IPv6-based control nodes - 10% Energy saving Lighting System Control by IPv6 Facility Manage & Control Beijing Olympic - Main Stadium District
  • SHORT TERM DRIVERS VPN GAMING 3G VoIP Broadband
  • LONG TERM DRIVERS Triple Play Remote Control Wimax NGN Embeded
  • LONG TERM DRIVERS GRID PLC CAR2CAR Home IPTV
  • LONG TERM DRIVERS P2P RFID Emergency Building Automation Sensors
  • IPv6 Vertical Drivers Vertical Sectors .. Finance e-Health Tourism Car2Car Defence/Gov. Public Safety Logistics Building Auto Education CE/IPTV Gaming ... ... European Commission Funded IPv6 Impact Study
  • MIPv6 & PMIPv6 Inter-working PMIPv6 Domain 1 Net 2002::00 LMA Attachment MN-ID AAA & Policy Server Policy MAG 1 Register MN-ID HOME NET +++ RS RA HOME NET/DEFAULT R +++ HOME ADDR/CN ADDR +++ HOME ADDR/CN ADDR +++ CN ADDR/HOME ADDR +++ CN ADDR/HOME ADDR +++ Detach Attached Attachment MAG 2 MN-ID Policy Register MN-ID HOME NET +++ RS RA HOME NET/DEFAULT R=MAG 2 +++ Attached PMIPv6 Domain 2 Net 2003::00 LMA Attachment MN-ID AAA & Policy Server Policy MAG 1 Register MN-ID RS RA HOME NET/DEFAULT R +++ Detach MAG 2 Get Policy Profile Policy Profile MN-ID LMA / Home Agent MIPv6 COA =2003:: ` MIPv6 aware BU Know I am in Net 2003:: Bu Ack HOME REGISTRATION HoA =2002:: © Internet Gateway VIRTUAL HOME NET Internet CN MAG ADDR/LMA ADDR HOME ADDR/CN ADDR +++ LMA ADDR/MAG ADDR CN ADDR/HOME ADDR +++ Internet Gateway
  • MIPv6 & PMIPv6 Inter-working PMIPv6 Domain 1 Net 2002::00 AAA & Policy Server MAG 1 Internet CN MAG 2 PMIPv6 Domain 2 Net 2003::00 LMA AAA & Policy Server MAG 1 MAG 2 LMA / Home Agent MIPv6 COA MIPv6 Route Optimization MIPv6 unaware PMIPv6 unaware L 2 Mobility Authorization Hoti Authorization Coti Return routability MIPv6 aware © Internet Gateway VIRTUAL HOME NET Internet Gateway I am know in Net 2003:: BU + CoA
  • NEMO : Network Mobility PMIPv6 Domain AAA & Policy Server Policy HA 1 Internet HA 2 © Internet Gateway CN Home Network Train Station CN CN CN CN
  • NEMO : Network Mobility PMIPv6 Domain AAA & Policy Server Policy HA 1 Internet HA 2 © Internet Gateway CN Home Network Train Station CN CN CN CN Home Network Train Station
  • NEMO : Network Mobility PMIPv6 Domain AAA & Policy Server Policy HA 1 Internet HA 2 © Internet Gateway CN CN CN CN CN
  • Home Network Home Users Home Network Home Users Company Network Private Network 3.5G 3.5G 3.5G 802.16e 802.16e 802.16e 802.16e 802.16e 802.16e 802.11n 802.11n IPv6:The Ultimate converged Internet Server Server Server Server Server Server Server Server Server Server Server ©
  • Government & Industry Emergency & Crisis Management
  • Emergency Response
  •  
  •  
  • Project Workpackage 4 – Task 4.1 Alarm system connectivity
  • Fire in a tunnel Scenario
  • Nomadic Satellite Communication (NoSaCo) – ING Marathon usage
  • Architecture Wireless Sensor Networks
  • IP Based Public Safety Communication Chairman: Latif LADID, IPI Safety Initiative
    • The following issues will be addressed:
    • The IP-based Safety Initiative (ISI) seeks to define the roadmap for the
    • deployment of advanced broadband applications, related radio technologies
    • and modern IP-based system architecture. The benefits of IP-based services
    • (and specifically IPv6-based) are numerous:
      •       Cost savings in deployment of public safety networks
      • Proliferation of innovative safety products (networked RFID, Sensors)
      •      Interoperable IP capable networks nation-wide and worldwide
      •       Enablement of Trusted End-to-End IP based Network Security
      •      Enablement of IP based Network Management
      • Enablement of IP based Seamless Network and Node Mobility    
      •       Enablement of Next Generation Network Application Services to
      • Users
      •       Common open standards communication protocol to support multiple
      • wireless networks configuration and integration (e.g. Sensor, Link,
      • Internet)
    No 13 of 14slides Regional registry IPv4 address exhaustion in.. 1219 Days, 17 Hours, 52 Minutes, 56 Seconds. D-Day: 10-10-2010
  • Putting The Internet Back Together!