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SMART CITIES OF THE FUTURE PROGRAMME

The sudden proliferation of pervasive Smart Devices communicating with the Cloud indicates that we may have just witnessed the beginning of a startling new episode in technology driven consumer behaviour – the advent of the always-on digital connected society – Smart individuals living in Smart households within the Smart Cities of the future.

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  • 1. Abiliti Smart Cities of the Future Abiliti: Graham HarrisSAP Agile Academy Director @ Abiliti Nigel Tebbutt 奈杰尔 泰巴德 Future Business Models & Emerging Technologies @ Abiliti Abiliti: Strategic Enterprise Management Framework ©
  • 2. Smart City of the Future - Stakeholder Engagement Smart Technology Conferences and Stakeholder Events Executive Briefings • C-level, SME and TDA Forums • Special Interest Groups – Breakfast & Lunch Briefings • Subject Matter Forums and Specialist Workshops • Smart Devices • Smart Meter • Smart Grid and Data Security • Smart Cities • Smart Meter Seminars • Smart Grid Conferences • Smart City Conventions • Smart Grid Research Programme Emerging Technologies • Horizon Scanning, Tracking & Monitoring • Futures Studies • Strategic Foresight • Multi-media Channels • Smart Help Desk • Digital Media Content • Mobile Internet • Smart Phone Apps • Digital Media Content • Reports • White Papers • Publications • UK Central Communication Provider (CCP) Programme Stakeholder Engagement – partners, associates and consortium TBA Data Communications Company (DCC) Consortium UK Central Communication Provider (CCP) Proof-of-Concept
  • 3. Abiliti – contact details Abiliti Abilitiis a consortiumofLean / AgileSAP, Smart Devices / Smart Grid / Renewable Energy andFuture ManagementStrategyConsulting firms Graham HarrisSAP Agile Academy Director @ Abiliti Email: Abiliti@Originautomation.com(Office) Telephone: +44 (0)1527 591020(Office) Nigel Tebbutt 奈杰尔 泰巴德 Future Business Models & Emerging Technologies @ Abiliti Telephone: +44 (0) 7832 182595 (Mobile) +44 (0) 121 342 3998 (Office) Email: Nigel-Tebbutt@hotmail.com(Private) Andrew Turner Founder and CEO @ Navitas Insight Abiliti::Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM) Framework ©
  • 4. Smart Cities of the Future Conference Abiliti: Graham HarrisSAP Agile Academy Director @ Abiliti Nigel Tebbutt 奈杰尔 泰巴德 Future Business Models & Emerging Technologies @ Abiliti Abiliti: Strategic Enterprise Management Framework ©
  • 5. Abiliti Conference Agenda Introduction – Smart Cities of the Future Conference Background – Smart Cities of the Future Programme TheUKCentral Communication Provider (CCP) Function TheUK CCPProof-of-concept Demonstration Programme Smart Householdsand Home Area Networks (HAN) Smart Devices, Smart Metering and Smart Grids TheUK CCPand Advanced Meter Infrastructure (AMI) Smart EnergyBusiness Operating Model (BOM) Smart EnergyProgramme Strategy & Planning Agile SAPService-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Frameworks Agile SAPISU Architecture & Design Agile SAPISU Implementation Smart EnergyData Management – Real-time Analytics Abiliti::Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM) Framework ©
  • 6. Keynote Speakers Abiliti Professor Nnnn Nnnn, CEO @ XX (founder XX Futures Laboratories) Nnnn Nnnn- Nnnn, European Chapter, World Society of Futurists Dr. Nnnn Nnnn, Futures Network Dr. Nnnn Nnnn, Futures Academic Nnnn Nnnn, Founder, Futures Consultancy (Academic and Industry Leadership Panel line-up to be confirmed) (Corporate Sponsors and Delivery Partners to be announced) Corporate Sponsors and Partners
  • 7. Presenters Abiliti Dr Nnnn Nnnn , XX (formerly Head of Futures, BT Laboratories) Nnnn Nnnn , XX (formerly Head of Futures, BT Laboratories) Nnnn Nnnn , (formerly Futurist, BT Laboratories) Nnnn Nnnn , (formerly Disruptive Futurist, BT Laboratories) Nnnn Nnnn , XX Consulting (formerly Chief Scientist, BT Networks) Nnnn Nnnn , XX IT (formerly Chief Architect, Tesco.com & Tesco UK Retail) Nnnn Nnnn , XX Insight (formerly COO, Tesco Mobile and Avisen plc) Nigel Tebbutt, Abiliti, (Future Business Models and Emerging Technologies Strategist) Graham Harris, Abiliti (Academy Director – Lean Process Execution and Agile SAP) (Subject Matter Expert Presentation Panel starting line-up to be confirmed)
  • 8. Timetable Overview Abiliti Monday 6.00 – 7.00 pm - Arrival and Check-in 7.00 pm – Drinks for 8.00 pm – Dinner Tuesday 7.00 – 8.30 am – Breakfast and 9.00 am – Registration 9.30 – 12.30 - Smart Cities of the Future – David Brown 2.00 – 5.00pm - Smart Grids and Super Grids – Colin Mallett 7.00 pm – Drinks for 8.00 pm – Dinner Wednesday 7.00 – 8.30 am – Breakfast 9.00 – 12.00 - Smart Meters – Colin Mallett 2.00 – 5.00pm - Smart Energy Data Management – Nigel Tebbutt 7.00 pm – Drinks for 8.00 pm – Dinner Thursday 7.00 – 8.30 am – Breakfast 9.00 – 12.00 – Smart Energy Solution Options – Nigel Tebbutt 2.00 – 3.00pm – Agile Development – Andrew Turner / Nigel Tebbutt 3.30 pm – Check-out and Departure
  • 9. Timetable – Day 1 DAY 1 – Morning - Smart Cities of the Future David Brown 8:30 Registration and Coffee 9:00 Opening remarks from the chair European Super Grid – Where are We Now? 9:10 KEYNOTE: Smart Grids – Challenges from the Telco Infrastructure Perspective • What can we deliver against 2020 Targets? • Benefits to European Citizens & Stakeholders • Regulatory Schemes and Private Initiatives Colin Mallet, Trusted Renewables, Ipswich CEO 9:50 Challenges of EU Smart Energy Markets • What are Current & Future Business Models ? • Feed-in Tariffs (FITS) - Smart Energy Metering • Solar Power - Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) • Managing Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS) - new challenges for the Energy & Utility Worlds 10:30 Morning Coffee and Networking 10:50 Regulatory Frameworks & Standards 11:00 Impact of UK and EU Smart Energy Legislation • Implementation of Internal Energy Market Rules • Aligning National and Regional Initiatives & Programs • Energy Policy Translated into Financial Perspectives Opportunities for Smart Energy Stakeholders, Investors and Market Participants Renewable Energy – Return on Investment (ROI) 11: 40 Strategic Road Map for Implementations of Pan-European Smart Grids and Super Grids • Key Policy, Technology and Standards impacting Smart Grids from a Statutory / Regulatory standpoint • Roles and Responsibilities of the various actors and stakeholders involved in Smart Grid Deployment • Ensuring the successful integration of existing and future designs for Smart Grids – WiFi, WiMAX & LTE • Standardization of Technical / Commercial Protocols Market Data Collection, Aggregation & Transmission 12.20 Subject Matter Experts – Breakout Sessions SMART ENERGY Pilot Projects – the Key to Success
  • 10. Smart Cities of the Future Programme Abiliti: Graham HarrisSAP Agile Academy Director @ Abiliti Nigel Tebbutt 奈杰尔 泰巴德 Future Business Models & Emerging Technologies @ Abiliti Abiliti: Strategic Enterprise Management Framework ©
  • 11. Stakeholder and External Body Engagement Stakeholder and external body engagement Stakeholder Engagement – partner TBA Communication Strategy Reports, White Papers, Publications and Digital Media Content • Multi-media Channels – Smart Help Desk, Internet & Smart Phone Apps • Stakeholder Events Executive Briefings • C-level, SME and TDA Forums • Smart Meter, Smart Grid and Smart City SIG Workshops • Smart Metering Seminars • Smart Grid Conferences • Smart City Conventions •
  • 12. Proposed Engagement Model Proposed engagement model for the Smart Cities of the Future Programme. Having created a shared vision and generated some interest in the idea of a major CCP Proof-of-concept Study, it is possible to approach a small number of (non-competitive) end-user clients and invite them to take a seat at the "top table" on a collaborative joint-venture CCP Proof-of-concept Programme. Each seat is conditional on a funding package from each of the sponsoring clients - which in turn gives the sponsors early and exclusive insights into the detail of the Smart Cities of the Future ProgrammeStudy Business Operating Model (BOM), CCP Standard Message Formats, Software, research data, findings, recommendations and Final Report. 20 non-competitive sponsors, each contributing £100k in sponsorship finance plus one man-year of Consulting via secondments to the Programme, would yield over £2m in matched funding to finance the study. This would provide each sponsor with a total of £4m in Smart Energy Research effort for only £100k outlay – a startling return on investment of 4,000% (plus one man-year of Consulting secondment) for the Smart Cities of the Future ProgrammeInitiative.
  • 13. Prospective Sponsors – Shortlist Future Management Consultancy Smart Grid Consultancy Strategy Consultancy Programme Management Consultancy Systems Integration Provider Offshore Resource Provider Energy Consultancy Telco Consultancy MVNO Smart Grid Service Provider Smart Grid Equipment Provider Smart Meter Provider Utilities Software Provider Cloud Platform Provider e-Commerce Partner Retail Partner Energy Partner Finance Partner Oil and Gas Partner Emerging Technologies Consultancy Future Business Models Consultancy Abiliti: Strategic Enterprise Management Framework ©
  • 14. Abiliti – contact details Graham HarrisSAP Agile Academy Director @ Abiliti Email: Abiliti@Originautomation.com(Office) Telephone: +44 (0)1527 591020(Office) Nigel Tebbutt 奈杰尔 泰巴德 Future Business Models & Emerging Technologies @ Abiliti Telephone: +44 (0) 7832 182595 (Mobile) +44 (0) 121 342 3998 (Office) Email: Nigel-Tebbutt@hotmail.com(Private) Colin Mallett 名誉ある 再生可能 エネルギー Founder and CEO @ Fulvens Consulting Ltd David Brown Founder and CEO @ Thinknewr Ltd Andrew Turner Founder and CEO @ Navitas Insight
  • 15. Smart Grid Communications Provider Abiliti: Graham HarrisSAP Agile Academy Director @ Abiliti Nigel Tebbutt 奈杰尔 泰巴德 Future Business Models & Emerging Technologies @ Abiliti Abiliti: Strategic Enterprise Management Framework ©
  • 16. UK Communication Spine Provider Nigel Tebbutt – Abiliti © Colin Mallett – Trusted Renewables The UK Central Communication Provider (CCP) Initiative is based on an award-winning prototype energy-efficient intelligent house, developed by the University of Hertfordshire, a home area network (HAN), an Advanced Meter Infrastructure (AMI) and Smart Grid which will be integrated with all of the Smart Devices featured in the demonstration Smart Households of the Future.. The UK Data Communication Company (DCC) Initiative is the prospective UK Energy Market Data Provider. In addition to supporting technology integration trials, the programme will develop interactive smart energy management tools, intuitive household information displays and define baseline message standards for Smart Homes and Smart Devices to access the UK CCP data management and service broker platform – within, across and beyond, the Smart Grids creating our Smart Cities of the Future
  • 17. Smart Grid
  • 18. Smart Cities Programme Smart Cities. The sudden proliferation of pervasive Smart Devices communicating with the Cloud indicates that we may have just witnessed the beginning of a startling new episode in technology driven consumer behaviour – the advent of the always-on digital connected society – Smart individuals living in Smart households. The SMART CITIES OF THE FUTURE demonstration programme uses showcase houses on the Building Research Establishment’s(BRE) Innovation Park to research and demonstrate new, converged household energy services based on linking devices, sensors and appliances with smart meters in a desire and aspiration to reduce and control the demand on energy usage and / or wastage.  Key to this demonstration is Smart Devices in a Smart Home linked to a a ‘cloud based Smart Grid – a demonstration prototype of a proposed UK Central Communication Provider (CCP) Energy Data Collection, Aggregation and Management Platform’ administering Smart energy services from 2012 – as mandated under the UK Energy Act (2008).
  • 19. Background – Smart Cities Programme The SMART CITIES OF THE FUTURE demonstration programme exploits an award-winning proof-of-concept energy-efficient intelligent house, developed by the University of Hertfordshire, a home area network (HAN), an Advanced Meter Infrastructure (AMI) and Smart Grid which will be integrated with the Smart Devices featured in the demonstration houses. As well as integration trials, the project will develop interactive smart energy management tools, intuitive household information displays and define baseline message standards for Smart Devices in Smart Homes to access the UK CCP data management and service broker platform via the Smart Grid – within, across and beyond the Smart Cities of the Future. The SMART CITIES OF THE FUTURE demonstration programme also addresses data security and privacy - one of the most important aspects of home energy management and Energy Market Data Communications. The Technology Strategy Board (TSB) sponsored-team includes as consortium lead the Building Research Establishment(BRE) , who act as market intermediary and technology translator, complemented by Abiliti – the syndicate of Future Business Operating Model strategy houses and Emerging Technologies systems integrators.
  • 20. UK Central Communication Provider (CCP) What does the UK CCP do? CCP is responsible for building and operating a digital infrastructure CCP works on defined meter data and communication infrastructure standards CCP is a lean. focused organization enabling interoperability in a competitive energy market
  • 21. Technology – UK CCP Programme Smart Grids – Home Area Networks, Smart Grids, Smart Household Data Management (Data Collection, Aggregation, Distribution and Presentation), Process Automation, Wireless Telemetry, Remote Monitoring & Control Smart Meters are the next generation of electricity and gas meters - which are being installed and connected to always-on Mobile Broadband via Mobile Virtual Network Operations (MVNO) Platforms – and in the Future, the Smart Grid. Smart Meters will bring about the end of estimated meter readings and bills - and provide customers and energy suppliers with accurate information about the amount of electricity and gas being consumed and how to manage their energy profile. Smart Meters will empower customers to make informed choices about how much energy they consume. Meter Operators will install two-way communication systems using MVNO Platforms that display accurate real-time information on energy use - both in the home and at work, available to the consumer and energy supplier.
  • 22. Technology – UK CCP Programme Emerging Technologies - Nationally 3G GSM UMTS / GPRS Mobile Broadband is being replaced by high-speed (7.5 Mbps+) 4G UMTS / HSDPA / WiFi mesh / WiMAX / LTE Smart Mobile Broadband - and at the same time the replacement of the entire Optical Network with ultra-fast (100 Mbps+) Optical Edge Broadband Technology (total cost £50-100bn over 10 years).. There will be winners and losers in the race to exploit the rapid adoption and deployment of New Technology – which will force Telecommunications companies with uncompetitive Business Models into the arms of their more successful competitors. New Business Models - An initiative to model, analyse, understand and exploit new markets for Agile Telco, Retail and Energy Enterprise of the future can extract significant value from these investments - the Smart Cities of the Future Programme is providing New Business Models, Economic Modelling and Analysis for the Energy Industry (UK Energy Act 2008) on the investment in Smart Metering and Smart Grid Technology (£13-20bn over 12 years) and for the Telco and Media Industry (EU Digital Innovation Plan) on the renewal of the entire European Telecommunications networks (£50-100bn over 20 years)
  • 23. Meter Data Unification & Synchronizat. System + Meter & Communications Infrastructure + Meter& Event Data Management = Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Marketing & Sales Customer Service Billing Premise Equipment Home Area Network Customer Retail SAPUtilitiesExtensions “IS-U” SAP Generic Applications Customer Relationship Management & Billing Enterprise Asset Management Energy Capital Management Enterprise Management & Business Support SAP for Utilities Business Process Platform Internet HAN Wide Area Network (WAN) Local Area Network (LAN) “Smart” Meter AMI Head End Consumer Products Endpoint Devices MDUS* Concentrator Central repository for meter&event data collected from all AMI Head Ends. Dispatches AMI Head Ends. Can be accessed by all apps responsible for processing this data Measures, collects, transmits and stores end-user consumption. Can be remotely configured. Meter Vendors:Cannon, Elster, GE, Goerlitz, Meter2Cash, Hager, Itron, Landis & Gyr, PMI, Sensus, etc Integration of Marketing&Sales Customer Service Billing EAM to MDUS. System of Record for all customer and commercial data and the related processes that leverage AMI. Most end-to-end processes are either directly or indirectly initiated by the customer and are the consequence of or result in customer services or have an impact on the customers bill (supply contract) Collects, stores and transmits messages to and from multiple meter points. Solution-specific devices. Integration with home devices. Provides platform for marketing messages and new services. Transmits data between meters and the collector. Solution specific protocols. Emergingstandards. RF Vendors: CellNet, Elster, Itron, Sensus, Trilliant PLC Vendors: Cannon, DCSI, Hunt Controls Meter & Communic. Infrastructure Manages Meter & Event Data and forwards to MDUS Transmits data between concentrator and utility head end. Solution specific protocols. BPL Vendors: Ambient, Amperion, Corinex Comm, Current Technologies Transmits data between the meter and premise devices. No defined standards. Devices in the home that can be remotely updated and controlled by the utility. Connected to meter via gateway PLC, RF, GPRS, SMS GPRS PLC, RF Zigbee P AMI - Technology Overview
  • 24. Technology – UK CCP Programme Smart Devices – HH Devices, PDA, Smartphone, Smartpad, Smart Consumer Devices, Mobile Desktop, Smart Device Management – mVOIP, mSSL, mVPN, mTV, SCADA, HDCCTV, ANPR, Facial Recognition. Smart Grids – Next Generation Network (NGN) Architectures – Intelligent Networks (IMS, JAIN, SIP, SDP etc), – Ultra-fast Optical Networks, Edge – 4G High Speed Mobile Broadband, UMTS / HSDPA, WIFI / WIMAX / LTE – Mobile Virtual Network Operations (MNO, MVNO, MVNE, MVNA) – Cloud Infrastructure, M2M, M2C & C2C Communications. Smart Cities – Home Area Networks, Smart Grids, Smart Household Data Management (Data Collection, Aggregation, Distribution and Presentation), Process Automation, Wireless Telemetry, Remote Monitoring & Control Cloud Computing and SaaS –Shared Services,On-demand / Utility Computing – Automation, Virtualisation, Managed Services – Digital Media and Content Streaming, Cloud Software – ASP, SaaS, Data Centres – Central Communication, e-Commerce, Service Broker, Mediation, Rating, Billing, CRM, Settlements, Financials and Real-time Analytics Platforms.
  • 25. Abiliti Smart Household - Smart Devices Abiliti: Graham HarrisSAP Agile Academy Director @ Abiliti Nigel Tebbutt 奈杰尔 泰巴德 Future Business Models & Emerging Technologies @ Abiliti Abiliti: Strategic Enterprise Management Framework ©
  • 26. Technology – UK CCP Programme Smart Grids – Home Area Networks, Smart Grids, Smart Household Data Management (Data Collection, Aggregation, Distribution and Presentation), Process Automation, Wireless Telemetry, Remote Monitoring & Control Smart Meters are the next generation of electricity and gas meters - which are being installed and connected to always-on Mobile Broadband via Mobile Virtual Network Operations (MVNO) Platforms – and in the Future, the Smart Grid. Smart Meters will bring about the end of estimated meter readings and bills - and provide customers and energy suppliers with accurate information about the amount of electricity and gas being consumed and how to manage their energy profile. Smart Meters will empower customers to make informed choices about how much energy they consume. Meter Operators will install two-way communication systems using MVNO Platforms that display accurate real-time information on energy use - both in the home and at work, available to the consumer and energy supplier.
  • 27. Smart Grid
  • 28. CISCO Call Manager Feature Net WAN B a y N e t w o k s S D t n P s s DPNSS e c c A s s s Westell Protocol Converter e k r r o W w 0 5 N 6 y k a c a B t S y a B 10/100 MBit Switched Ethernet LAN D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T H E W L E T T P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D P A C A R D QSIG Remote PABX VPN WAN Voice Gateway (CISCO 2640) Voice Connection Servers Internet Mobile Users Remote Users Local Users Reporting Database Cluster CTI Cluster 3rd Party Managed MVNO Platform EAI Hub MVNO Legacy Systems Advanced Meter Infrastructure Architecture – Head End Server Cluster and Media Contact Centre Local / Remote Hosted Users Fire walled DMZ Broadband or ISDN 30 Remote Users CC-ICS ISP Message Server E-Mail Message Connection Servers Mobile Users Advanced Meter Infrastructure Architecture – Head End Server Cluster and Media Contact Centre Enterprise Data Cloud Cluster Enterprise Data Cloud0
  • 29. Physical Infrastructure Architecture – The Cloud
  • 30. Smart Grid Business Domains
  • 31. Mobile Virtual Network Operations Abiliti What is the MVNO market? A number of suppliers have developed various MVNO experiences around the World since 2000. A wide range of Suppliers and Service Providers are currently developing and bringing to market new MVNO propositions across the whole of Europe - from different perspectives, using different technologies, and enabling different types of MVNO players to achieve their business objectives: - Virgin Mobile – The first Mobile Virtual Network Operator to launch in the world Australia United Kingdom T-mobile MVNE Platform Provider – Derek Armshaw, Programme Director Tesco Mobile – The fastest-to-market Mobile Virtual Network Operator launch in the world Concept to go-live – three months Telefonica O2 MVNE Platform Provider – Andrew Turner, Programme Director Investors are entering the marketplace with different business models featuring various MVNO market propositions and technologies - from business ideas and marketing concepts to MVNO implementation, devices and value-added services. MVNO– Mobile Virtual Network Operator MVNE– Mobile Virtual Network Enabler MVPN– Mobile Virtual Private Network MNO – Mobile Network Service Providers – 3G UMTS / GPRS / WAP MVNO Platforms, Devices and Value-added Services
  • 32. Mobile Virtual Network Operations What are the opportunities in the MVNO marketplace? »The introduction of MVNO business models in an emerging market brings opportunities to different types of players with specific qualities and capabilities, value-added services, devices and network assets. MVNO Success Stories »Successful MVNO launches range from Utilities and Energy Suppliers (MVNO Smart Metering), to Retailers and Financial Institutions, Aerospace and Automotive Manufacturers, the Public Sector, Media & Content Providers, Travel and Leisure Enterprises, Elite Team Sports Clubs - and other industry sectors. MVNO Basics »The MVNO model introduces entry-points into the mobile value chain - allowing third-party service providers to enter, participate and capture value in the Mobile Telecommunications space without incurring the huge start-up costs associated with an MNO.
  • 33. UMTS Network Architecture
  • 34. Mobile Virtual Network Operations MVNO Project Examples include: - Smart Metering MVNO for Energy Billing and Consumption Monitoring Automated Vehicle Monitoring and Problem Identification, Accident / Breakdown / Rescue Services for the Owners of Luxury Vehicles Launching an Internet-only retail MVNO Improving the MVNO business performance for an MNO Launching the MVNO platform for a telecom operator Launching an ethnographic MVNO proposition Launching an MVNO for a financial institution     Developing a Pan-European MVNEplatform
  • 35. MVNO Market Propositions MVNO Market Launch Examples include: - Centicaare planning a Smart Metering MVNO proposition in the UK with Vodafone, their Mobile Network Operations Partner Fonic is the newest MVNO to enter the German market for pre paid mobile services. The brand is owned by Telefonica group . Offering mobile, broadband and VoIP services, Hello is targeting the high ARPU spenders in the B2B and B2C markets in Norway KPN – the Dutch mobile network operator uses the Rator MVNE platform to support the Simyo and Ay Yildiz branding requirements Quick is a MVNO owned by the retail chain BelCompany which has a large number of outlets across The Netherlands The German TelefonicaO2 entity uses the Rator MVNE business platform for the provision of MVNO services to various customers across Germany - including Tchibo, AOL GermanyandFonic.
  • 36. MVNO Market Propositions MVNO Market Launch examples include: - SatellicTraffic Management GmbH is a global technology service provider for the setup and operation of progressive MVNE systems for traffic management, road toll and traffic congestion charging Telmore is the first MVNO in the world to use the Internet media as its one and only sales and distribution channel. Rabo Mobiel, an MVNO brand owned by Rabobank, is the first bank in Europe to introduce mobile banking and low-cost calling Swiss operator Sunrise has deployed an MVNE business platform Simyo is a no-frills, Internet-based MVNO offering - with easy-to-use internet services Tchibo is a chain of convenience stores with 1200 shops in Germany, offering both pre- and post-paid MVNO mobile network subscriptions to customers
  • 37. Retail MVNO Opportunities Internet Shopping - the fastest growing channel in both food and non-food retailing – featuring the utility and convenience of home delivery A new generation of Smart Fridge-Freezers - equipped with bar-code scanners and kitchen inventory management software - are being connected to always-on Mobile Broadband via a Retail MVNO. When the Smart Fridge-Freezers are being stocked up, items are scanned in to update food inventory and use-by dates. As items are consumed, they are scanned out to down-date inventory. Standard weekly-shop items can thus be automatically re-ordered and delivered to the door by the customers favourite online retailer. Any additional items required by the customer can be ordered via the control panel on the Fridge-Freezer or via the retailers internet portal
  • 38. Automotive MVNO Opportunities Modern Passenger Vehicles contain numerous CPUs for engine management, transmission optimisation, active safety and climate control – in addition to GPS and Mobile Telecommunications. Luxury Passenger Vehicle Manufacturers are now integrating these disparate systems via MVNO in order to deliver a wide range of Value Added Service propositions to Luxury Passenger Vehicle owners. There is a clear latency between new technology being introduced by Formula One Racing Teams, and the adoption of new technology by Automotive Manufacturers for Luxury Passenger Vehicles. That latency is always about four years. Vehicle Telemetry is such a case. Vehicle Telemetry Applications include: - Noise, Vibration and Harshness Management Vehicle Monitoring, Diagnostics and Fault Identification. Breakdown Event Management and Recovery. Accident Incident Management and Rescue.
  • 39. Abiliti Agile SAP ISU Implementation Abiliti: Andrew Turner Founder and CEO @ Navitas Insight Graham HarrisSAP Agile Academy Director @ Abiliti Nigel Tebbutt 奈杰尔 泰巴德 Future Business Models & Emerging Technologies @ Abiliti Abiliti: Strategic Enterprise Management Framework ©
  • 40. Planned SAP for Utilities Roadmap 2008-2010 2009 2010 2008 Investment Opportunity Statement of direction for alignment of portfolio requirements AMI Smart Grids Energy Efficiency Mgmt of Non-Energy Data -Event Joint Energy Data Mgmt. (cont.) Prepayment Demand Response Forecasting and Analytics AMI enabled Outage Mgmt Joint Energy Data Mgmt. (MDUS Integration) AMI Disconnect / Reconnect AMI extended Device Mgmt Meter Reading Energy Consumption Enabling & Integrating Backend to AMI Information Exchange (Master Data Synchronization) Service Enablement of the IDE- infrastructure Enterprise services and functionalities required for market communication Sending and Receiving of Consumption information Communication with external Metering Companies Infrastructure Enablement Grid usage validation and payment processing – enhanced monitoring capabilities (BPEM) Sending and Receiving of Consumption information (cont.) Request of Services and Billing of Services (Retailer) Billing of Services (Metering Company) Improved performance of grid usage payment processing Deregulation Unbundling Market Communication Product Bundles Ext. Financial Customer Service Ext. Dispute & Collections Mgmt Energy Portfolio Mgmt (SAP CD ACS) Financial Customer Service (completion) Dispute & Collections Mgmt Simplified Modeling of Energy Products New e-Services for Utilities; e-Commerce for Utilities (Web Channel) Energy Ledger (tool set) Enhanced Sales & Service (process support through new ICWC technology) Enterprise Service Bundle C&I Sales Portfolio Mgmt (SAP CD ACS) Competitive Energy Retail Customer Relationship Mgmt
  • 41. Planned SAP for Utilities Roadmap 2008-2010 2009 2010 2008 Customer Relationship & Billing Improved User Productivity (continued) AMI based Fast Track Billing Improved User Productivity UCES Enhancements (UCES for Payment Plan, Promise2Pay etc.) Statement of direction for alignment of portfolio requirements Assets Mgmt for Generation and Transmission& Distribution EAM Simplification continued Asset Performance Mgmt Linear Asset Management Incident Prevention Process Safety Management Emissions Certificate Trading Smart Asset Platform EAM Simplification for Maintenance Workers Maintenance Cost Budgeting continued Inspection Rounds extended Incident Management Energy Management extensions Operational Level Costing (SAP CD ACS) Plant and Asset Mgmt Maintenance Cost Budgeting enhancements Inspection Rounds Rotables and Subcontracting Completion of ES Bundle Energy Management Central contract repository including search and navigation for users outside procurement and legal contract authoring integration Bid evaluation and optimization Corporate timetable (jointly with FPM) Unstructured Data (jointly with FPM) Monetize ERP Audit Content via GRC ERP Content Procurement contracts for hierarchical services Harmonized user experience for end-to-end service procurement Catalogs integration for services procurement (PM/PS) Functionality available is aligned with ERP HR Roadmap Improved Cash and Liquidity forecasting / reporting Biller Direct – FI-CA integration New GL Enhancements Functionality available is aligned with ERP HR Roadmap Sourcing & Procurement Enterprise Management (FIN and HR)
  • 42. Abiliti SAP Programmes – the problems Complexity Timescales Risk – Internal / External Total Cost-of-Ownership (TCO) Abiliti::Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM) Framework ©
  • 43. SAP Programme Threat Assessment Abiliti Did you know that there are..... Rarely issues with: - SAP Software? Occasional issues with: - Infrastructure and Integration Architecture? Often issues with: - Programme and Project Management? Stakeholder Communications and Relationship Management? Frequent issues with: - Business Process Management? SAP Functional Alignment with the Business Operating Model? Always issues achieving: - Benefits Realisation Strategy? Business Performance Improvement?
  • 44. SAP Programme Risk Abiliti Programme Risk External Dependencies Resources and Prioritization Financials – Funding and Budget Allocation Timeline – Constraints, Dependencies, Milestones and Deliverables Configuration Management – People, Process and Technology Change Internal and External Compliance: – Architecture Governance Security Principles, Policies and Standards Legislative, Statutory and Regulatory Compliance Customer Acceptance and Satisfaction, Benefits Realisation Operational Risk Internal Threats / Changes in Direction – Business Strategy, Executive Sponsorship, Financials & HR, Project Change, Delay and Cancellation Systemic Risk External Threats – Military, Political, Legislative, Regulatory, Economic, Industrial, Social, Climatic, Environmental and Ecological Threats
  • 45. SAP Programmes – the challenge Abiliti Business Transformation Programmes – SAP-centric Business Transformation Programmes and their associated Processes, Enterprise Services, SAP Applications and Integration Architecture are very complex, high cost / high risk investments - and are becoming increasingly difficult to understand and manage. They encompass a huge mass of detail and depend upon the success of a large number of embedded, mission-critical business and technology decisions. Complexity Timescales Risk – Internal / External Total Cost-of-Ownership (TCO) Detailed Agile SAP Presentation Available on Request
  • 46. SAP Programmes – the solution Abiliti Agile SAP Methods / Architecture – There is an overarching responsibility to understand the many impacts of each of these decisions and get them right first time via Agile Architectures and Frameworks – or run the risk of potentially catastrophic business interruption or failure should we get these decisions wrong. Agile SAP Development– using a structured Service-oriented Architecture Framework guides us successfully through the process of architecting, designing and delivering Agile SAP Processes – and developing Enterprise Services via the Enterprise Service Bus. Business Agility Shorter Timescales Lower Risk – Internal / External ReducedTotal Cost-of-Ownership (TCO) Detailed Agile SAP Presentation Available on Request
  • 47. Which SOA Framework do I use? Abiliti There are a wide choice of SOA Frameworls - which may be deployed as follows: - SAP ECC6 Enterprise SOA For Homogeneous Agile SAP Integration Environment SAP NetWeaver Enterprise Portal / Pi SME – SAP Business One / SAP-by-Design For Small-to-Medium Enterprise Agile SAP Integration Best integration – Domain Systems Link-to-SAP Adaptor Least Total Cost of Ownership – Microsoft BizTalk Mixed SAP and Oracle Heterogeneous Landscape Best Oracle and SAP COTS Agile Integration – Oracle Fusion e.g. SAP IS/Utilities Billing with Oracle CRM Mixed SAP and 3rd Party COTS Heterogeneous Landscape For Best-of-breed e-commerce Process Orchestration and Integration for Agile SAP Best-of-breed COTS £ SAP Agile Integration – IBM WebSphere, Sun SeeBeyond Best-of-breed e-commerce platform - ATG Dynamo, Graham Technologies GTX e.g. SAP ERP Financials with Telco Mediation, Rating and Billing and Oracle CRM Detailed Agile SAP Presentation Available on Request
  • 48. SAP NetWeaver Process Integration Abiliti SAP NetWeaver Process Integration (SAP NetWeaver PI) is used as follows: - The system architecture of SAP NetWeaver PI 7.1 is based on an existing and established integration architecture for realizing cross-system business processes - and is the same as in lower releases (SAP NetWeaver 7.0 Process Integration and SAP XI 3.0 as part of SAP NetWeaver 2004). SAP NetWeaver PI 7.1 plays an important role in supporting an enterprise service-oriented architecture (Enterprise SOA). The focus is on the service-based integration of applications. SAP NetWeaver PI is based on general standards so as to enable 3rd-party systems to be easily integrated. At the center of SAP NetWeaver PI is an XML-based communication that uses HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol). Irrespective of the scenario used, the application-specific contents are transferred in messages in user-defined XML (the eXtensible Markup Language) from the sender to the receiver - either via the Integration Server - or directly between the systems involved.
  • 49. Abiliti SAP NetWeaver Process Integration The following figure gives an overview of the key qualities / capabilities ofSAP NetWeaver Process Integration (SAP NetWeaver PI) : -
  • 50. Abiliti SOA Framework - Enterprise Service Bus An Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) should provide a standard routing mechanism for a loosely coupled asynchronous Service-oriented Architecture (SoA). It would also allow complex transformation of the messages as needed, as well as provide an interface to integrate across different non standard interfaces.                                                                                                                                         Figure 1: Diagram showing an ESB with different services connected in a message flow.
  • 51. Services and Adapters for SOA Abiliti ESB
  • 52. SOA Integrators, Connectors and Adaptors for SAP Process Orchestration Business Process Management (BPM), WorkFlow and e-commerce platforms - such as ATG Dynamo, IBM WebSphere, Graham Technologies GTX, BEA WebLogic Server, (Oracle Fusion), Microsoft BizTalk / K2 BlackPearl, Magic Software etc. Enterprise Service Bus Discrete business and technology services aggregated as Enterprise Services using Enterprise Service Bus technology - such as IBM MQ Series Integrator (MQSI), BEA AquaLogic (Oracle Fusion), Sun SeeBeyond e*Gate, Tibco, Information Builders iWay, Microsoft BizTalk, etc. Modern Enterprise COTS application systems Vendor-supplied, proprietary systems with well-defined, often proprietary, collaborative interfaces - such as SAP Business API / NetWeaver Xi and Pi Adaptors, Oracle e-Business Suite Adaptor, PeopleSoft ETP Adaptor, JDE Master Business Function Adaptor, etc. Older Packaged COTS legacy application systems Written in a variety of procedural and non-procedural languages with well-defined published Application Program Interfaces (API’s) for collaborative processing – and functions may also be “wrappered” as Distributed Computer Environment / Remote Procedure Calls (DCE/RPC) Abiliti::Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM) Framework ©
  • 53. SOA Integrators, Connectors and Adaptors for SAP Abiliti Object-oriented applications Many discrete classes developed using OOA/D and RUP for OO applications, such as Smalltalk, PLSQL, C++, C#, .NET Application Servers or CORBA objects - e.g. Orbix, Bonobo etc. Component-based applications Multiple unique applets delivered as component-based applications - such as Enterprise JavaBeans™, COM Application Servers or OMG components - e.g. webMethods, Encina etc. Custom-built heritage applications May be written in a variety of procedural languages but typically do not have very well-defined published Application Program Interfaces (API’s) for collaborative processing - functions may be “wrappered” as Distributed Computing Environment / Remote Procedure Calls (DCE/RPC) Abiliti::Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM) Framework ©
  • 54. SOA Integrators, Connectors and Adaptors for SAP Abiliti Transaction processing systems Application systems that run under the control of transaction processing monitors such as distributed customer information control system (CICS), IMS Transaction Manager (IMS/TM), BEA Tuxedo and e-link (now Oracle Fusion), Torrent Orchestrate (now WebSphere) and other TPMS software transactions well suited for incorporation into collaborative business processes Database and file systems Vendor-supplied, proprietary relational database management systems (RDBMSs) and legacy database management systems (DBMSs), and file systems with varying degrees of standard and proprietary interfaces including relational (e.g. ODBC, SQL/Server, DB2 / UDB, Progress, Oracle,mySQL etc.), hierarchical (e.g. IMS), network (e.g. IDMS) and flat file based (e.g. FAT, NTFS, CFMS, DIF, CDIF, EDIF, ADABAS, ISAM, VSAM, etc.) database management and file systems Communication transport protocols and message formats Industry-standard transports such as hypertext transport protocol (HTTP), file transfer protocol (FTP), and simple mail transfer protocol (SMTP), Sun Enterprise Java Suite Adaptor, SOA Protocols such as XML, SOAP, WSDL, JMS, ADO.NET, RNI, JDBC, EJB, ESB etc. Vendor proprietary messaging and queuing systems in a variety of formats for exchanging data between applications, such as IBM WebSphere MQSI, Sun JMS, JCA and SeeBeyond e*Gate, Microsoft BizTalk MSMQ, BEA e-link (Tuxedo – now Oracle Fusion)) adaptors
  • 55. Abiliti SOA Integrators, Connectors and Adaptors e-Business exchanges Proprietary and standards-based public and private exchanges through which cross-business collaboration is facilitated (Kalido, IBM WebSphere Product Centre – WPC) Proprietary data interchange systems in a variety of formats for exchanging data between collaborating enterprises, such as Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Society for the Worldwide Inter-bank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) Application server platforms Application and integration servers that host all manner of Application Service Provider (ASP) applications, On-demand Services (e.g. BT Contact Central, Seibel-on-demand) and Software as a Service (SaaS) applications that facilitate collaboration within and between enterprises Communicationadapters (e.g. SNA, TCP/IP, etc) Screen-based integration (e.g. 3270, 5250, VT100, Wise) GUI – Presentation Services - Enterprise Portal, Graphics Engines HLAPI (Screen Mapping) Thin Client (Citrix etc.) Office Systems (e.g. OLE etc.) and Email (e.g. SMTP, POP3, IMAP etc.)
  • 56. Abiliti SAP Business Strategic Alignment Stakeholder Management Business Case Development Benefits Realisation Strategy Programme / Project Management Executive Project Buy-in and Sponsorship Complexity Level – Scope, Requirements, Functionality Programme and Project Planning / Enterprise Portfolio Management 3rd Parties, Constraints, Dependencies, Resources, Timeline, Milestones, Budget Enterprise Portfolio Management Business Architecture Functional Architecture Infrastructure Architecture Configuration Management – Baseline Versioning, Change Management SAP Functionality Requirements Discovery Requirements Definition (Blueprint) Business Operating Model (BOM) Design Technology Support Agile, Scrum, Iterative Delivery CASE Tools and Enterprise Repository SAP Diagnostics. Analytics, Reporting and Controls
  • 57. SAP Diagnostics –Business Impact Assessment Service Registry SAP ERP SAP ISU CASE &Planning Tools Configuration & Customisation Data Services Requirements Models Function Library Application Catalogue Data Models Solution Options Solution Designs Service Repository Project Planning and Enterprise Portfolio Management Data ARIS Enterprise Repository Architecture Design Objects Processes Functions Business Services Project Portfolio Management….. Solution Options Design Portfolio Management Project Planning Project Specific Reports Reporting Monitoring Intelligent Agents and Alerts Cached Reports CMS VPN AD E-Mail E-mail template Exchange Server
  • 58. Abiliti Smart Energy Data Management Abiliti: Graham HarrisSAP Agile Academy Director @ Abiliti Nigel Tebbutt 奈杰尔 泰巴德 Future Business Models & Emerging Technologies @ Abiliti Abiliti: Strategic Enterprise Management Framework ©
  • 59. Abiliti Smart Energy Data Management Abiliti: Smart Grid is one of the fastest growing Smart Energy Data Management companies in the UK with a newly formed centre of excellence for Smart Metering and Energy Data Management. We offer a flexible approach from Energy Consulting and individual Business and IT Project Delivery to complete outsourced end-to-end Energy Management solutions for streaming energy data directly from the internet. When it comes to innovative Smart Energy Management Solutions, Abiliti: Smart Grid Consulting is becoming the trusted advisor for a large and growing community of the world's leading Energy, Oil and Gas and Utility Companies. Advisory Smart Grid Consulting help organizations across all sectors to launch value propositions to extract significant business value from the Smart Grid - control energy, save costs, reduce carbon and to achieve renewable resources and sustainability targets. Abilitiwork alongside our customers to deliver advanced metering and energy data management solutions. Our customers and business partners can choose from complete end-to-end outsourced solutions through to individual services and consultancy across three key areas — Carbon Management & Energy Saving,Smart Metering and Energy Data Management, Real-time Analytics and Customer Insight— in order to enable agile, faster and more informed delivery against carbon and energy saving targets.
  • 60. Enterprise Data Cloud™ The Enterprise Data Cloud™ is a dedicated server array, or cluster, designed for the optimisation of parallel load and query of vast amounts of transactional data – such as Smart Meter Energy Management Data – streamed directly from the internet, via 3G GSM / 4G or from MVNO connected Routers and Switches. Integrated hardware, database and storage device Inexpensive hardware Open-source software and database Low-cost, high-performance solution Massively Parallel Processing architecture Shared-Nothing implementation Maximizes parallelism Removes data flow bottlenecks Applications Billing - 1 Energy Consumption Record per Service per Smart Meter per Month Profiling - 48 Energy Consumption Records per Service per Smart Meter per Day Energy Management – 1,440 Energy Consumption Records / Service / Meter / Day
  • 61. Enterprise Data Cloud™ EDC: adaptive infrastructure for data warehousing / real-time analytics A single enterprise-wide platform for all your data Self-serve provisioning of data warehouses and data marts Start small and grow incrementally towards a global scale EDC On-site capability with an upgrade path to the public cloud Provision, allocate resources and resize data warehouses in minutes Enterprise data management with access to all information / content 96 40 40 120 Free 16 16 68 Free 64 Free 16 16 8 DBA Warehouses Analyst UK – South 200 nodes UK – North 100 nodes Europe 200 nodes Operations Infrastructure
  • 62. Enterprise Data Cloud™ SQL Query Governor MasterServers Query planning & dispatch ... ... Network Interconnect SegmentServers Query processing & data storage ... ... ExternalSources Loading, streaming, etc. GreenplumMPP (Massively Parallel Processing) Shared-Nothing Architecture
  • 63. Enterprise Data Cloud™ High SpeedLoader JDBC™ODBC SQL/92 OLEDB GreenplumMPP (Massively Parallel Processing) Shared-Nothing Architecture
  • 64. Abiliti: Delivery Partners Abiliti Hardware Vendors BI Tools Solutions Business Partners Enterprise Data Cloud™
  • 65. Abiliti – contact details Abiliti Abilitiis a consortiumofLean / AgileSAP, Smart Devices / Smart Grid / Renewable Energy andFuture ManagementStrategyConsulting firms Graham HarrisSAP Agile Academy Director @ Abiliti Email: Abiliti@Originautomation.com(Office) Telephone: +44 (0)1527 591020(Office) Nigel Tebbutt 奈杰尔 泰巴德 Future Business Models & Emerging Technologies @ Abiliti Telephone: +44 (0) 7832 182595 (Mobile) +44 (0) 121 342 3998 (Office) Email: Nigel-Tebbutt@hotmail.com(Private) Andrew Turner Founder and CEO @ Navitas Insight Abiliti::Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM) Framework ©
  • 66. Abiliti Smart Cities of the Future Abiliti: Graham HarrisSAP Agile Academy Director @ Abiliti Nigel Tebbutt 奈杰尔 泰巴德 Future Business Models & Emerging Technologies @ Abiliti Abiliti: Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM) Framework ©