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Open Standards for IoT- GSC Workshop on IoT Atlanta 2013

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  • I am really interested in Smart Object, semantic IoT, what I call it Sensor Web, and I am working on this. Where can I find OSIOT NDA?
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  • 1. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) Open Source Internet of Things Open Standards for IoT Michael J Koster Founder, OSIOT Atlanta, GA, USA, May 7, 2013
  • 2. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Introduction and Background • Michael J Koster • System Architecture, Modeling and Analysis, Benchmarks and Standards • Building Community, Organization, Platform around Open Source Internet of Things • Working with various IOT-focused groups and forums
  • 3. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Internet of Things The IoT Value Proposition ● The Network Effect applied to physical objects and resources; the more connections, the greater the value ● Incremental value in conversion of capital assets to managed resources through connection to services ● Multiplicative value in managing collections of resources as a system
  • 4. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 M2M and IoT – The Big Picture IoT is built on M2M ● IoT is more than standardized M2M ● Adds data model layer to the system ● Open Internet protocols and RESTful APIs ● Event Driven Architecture ● Platforms are both vertical and horizontal M2M = Machine to Machine ● Focus on Connectivity between devices and services ● Standardizes Protocols and APIs for communication between endpoints ● Enables Vertical Integration across technology stack IoT = Internet of Things ● Focus on Interoperability between connected systems ● Standard APIs and Data Models between resources and applications ● Enables Horizontal Integration across resources from multiple M2M systems
  • 5. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 IOTWF Take-away Messages In February 2013, Cisco hosted an industry communication event to plan for an IoT World Forum (IOTWF) event in the fall. Some take-aways on Architecture and Platforms: ● An Open Horizontal Platform is needed for IoT ● Focus on Interoperability of Data Models, Information Models, Discovery Abstractions ● Built as a bottom-up practical standard ● Built as an Industry, working together
  • 6. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 IoT Standards ● IoT Standards include M2M Standards ● Add a layer of Discovery, Interoperability, and Autonomy on top of M2M ● Need to work across diverse M2M systems ● Provide a common application services layer including M2M and Discovery abstractions ● Provide a common resource abstraction layer
  • 7. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Interoperability Standards ● Focus on system end points: Devices, Data, User Applications ● Common Application Enablement ● Common M2M Abstractions ● REST APIs ● Resource Encapsulation – Object Models e.g. CoAP ● Data Models and Information Models ● Discovery Abstractions (Devices, Resources, Capabilities)
  • 8. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Open Source API for Interoperability IoT Toolkit The IoT Toolkit is an Open Source project to develop a set of tools for building multi- protocol Internet of Things Gateways and Service gateways that enable horizontal co- operation between multiple different protocols and cloud services. The project consists of the Smart Object API, gateway service, and various related tools.
  • 9. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 What is an Open Source Ecosystem? Open Avenues for Participation at all Levels ● License, NDA, TOU; what are the restrictions? ● As a user, customer, or product owner? ● As a Product + Service developer or vendor? ● As a Platform Developer using a standard? ● As a Standards developer influencing a standard? ● Driven by Business model or broad value creation? ● Governance model, how are decisions made? OPEN SOURCE = MULTIPLE SOURCES
  • 10. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Call to Action Let’s Build IoT Standards Together ● Open Source Standards, Community Participation ● Top-down Architectural Models, Bottom-up Development Process ● Solve Real Problems based on a small number of diverse use cases ● Open Source Reference Implementation ● Internet-Style Standards, Rough Consensus and Running Code
  • 11. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 A First Step… We are building a new organization: the “Open Source Internet of Things” a.k.a. OSIOT with a single focus: to develop an Open Source Horizontal Platform for the Internet of Things ● Engineering driven using an open source, Internet oriented development process ● Broad participation of Industry, Research, and Emerging technology developers ● Collectively build a layer of interoperability based on common APIs and data models, drawn from Internet standards and industry best practices ● Create standards that become publicly accepted as de facto standards capable of generating new opportunities and new value for the emerging Internet of Things Image Source: Wikimedia Commons, Dvortygirl Founded in Santa Clara, CA on Oct 29, 2012
  • 12. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Open Source Platform The Open Horizontal enables horizontal co-operation between multiple different protocols and services. The focus is on Common Data Models, Information Models, and Shared Abstractions for Communication and Resource Discovery *Not To Scale
  • 13. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 For More Information For further information please contact: Michael Koster www.linkedin.com/pub/michael-koster/2/36b/317 michaeljohnkoster@osiot.org Scott McNeil http://www.linkedin.com/in/mcneilscott mcneil@osiot.org

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