Utilisation du cloud dans les systèmes intelligent

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Les "systèmes intelligents" constituent la nouvelle génération de systèmes embarqués, qui, en s'appuyant sur les caractéristiques de robustesse et de déterminisme de leurs aînés, se connectent au cloud afin d'enrichir l'expérience utilisateur, qu'il s'agisse d'entreprises (collectant des données ou surveillant des systèmes par exemple), de particuliers (à la maison ou dans un contexte médical, ou bien dans la voiture) ou bien d'autres machines (dans le cas de systèmes automatisés à grande échelle). Le cloud et particulièrement Windows Azure fourni les vecteurs de communication et les moyens de stocker massivement des données et de les traiter, déchargeant ainsi les installations locales et donc rendant le déploiement de ses systèmes plus simple. Cette session, riche en exemples concrets, présentera la stratégie qui est celle de Microsoft autour du futur des systèmes embarqués, et leur connexion au cloud, ainsi que les technologies et les partenariats mis en oeuvre pour accélérer ces déploiements de systèmes intelligents. avec un exemple qui parlera à tous: le futur de la voiture, avec Windows Embedded Automotive!

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  • IDC global numbersToday: 800 million unit systems today and $520 billion in revenue. By 2015:2.3 billion unit systems worth $1.2 trillion. Tremendous opportunity for businesses in AsiaContinued economic growth in markets across Asia30% of Fortune 1000 companies are already Asia MNCs. And these companies will drive 40% of ICT spending in 5 years (IDC)China: total IT spending is expected to increase 22% this year. The rate of PCs shipments in China: 25% of all global shipments by 2015China is the fastest growing market in the world for mobile devices. Smart cities and infrastructure are opportunity for ISAll of this is points to Asia being the fastest growing region in the intelligent systems space. Today: $144 MillionBy 2015: 800 million units shipped worth $455 billion in revenue - 1/3 of the worldwide intelligent systems market.
  • IdentityIdentity enables businesses to collect and deliver the right data in the right context, to the right person or device. When considering identity, companies must balance between increased complexity caused by more users, devices or discrete sub systems versus increased value created by more data flowing in the intelligent system. SecurityThe more devices connecting to a system, the more vulnerable that system becomes because each type of device has a different way it connects, and has different security capabilities built into it. Data security is also more complicated with more systems using the same data source for different types of analytics, yet each system has its own unique vulnerabilities and consumes data differently.When considering security, companies have had to decide on the trade-offs they are willing to make between how vulnerable they allow their systems to be versus how much intelligence they want to get from a system.ConnectivityWith advancements in mobile communications, more devices support connectivity and two-way communication between devices and the back-end system is more prevalent. Companies need to consider what pieces of data are necessary, how frequently updates need to be in the system, and how data will be collected, stored and transported within the system. They must also consider which providers are future-proof, and able to evolve with the market and provide long-term support. ManageabilityMore ubiquitous, two-way, on-demand connectivity between edge devices and back-end systems will give IT departments the ability to manage intelligent systems better. Devices will no longer be “passive” – only capturing data to send to the back-end. Instead, devices will be able to be updated, managed, and even re-programed remotely from any location, ensuring continuous safety and security, and enabling customization to a company’s requirements or different user’s preferences. An intelligent system can reduce the time and cost it takes to manage a device, and make updates possible at any time, from any place. Improved manageability means changes can happen quickly, without delay in implementation – from productivity to efficiency to customer service improvements. User ExperienceWorkers today expect the same easy-to-learn, intuitive interactions from the technology systems used in business as they get from consumer devices. The growing importance of form over functionality is driving dramatic user experience improvements. While still in its exploratory stages, natural user interaction capabilities including touch and voice are starting to appear in many devices that connect to intelligent systems. These capabilities can increase ease of use, reduce training time, and make employee and customer experiences more enjoyable overall.In considering user experience, an intelligent system can be made to capture data never before available – from how people touch or interact with a device, to voice commands – and make it accessible to the whole system, rather than just within a single discrete solution. AnalyticsThe basis of any intelligent system is the analytics that drive insights from the data captured by the system. As new data that’s never been accessible before is created and captured within an intelligent system, more sophisticated analyses can be performed to generate additional business intelligence. Business should develop the ability to analyze this new data in order to reap the full value of an intelligent system.Companies will need to consider a strategy for their analytics, stretching beyond the information they historically have analyzed and incorporating this new outpouring of data from these intelligent systems. With the advent of cloud computing, companies now have the potential to create strategies for storing and analyzing vast amounts of new data directly from edge devices– making decisions and acting on them in real time.
  • Extending the intelligence of existing systems and devices has taken place in several stages: --CLICK--Historically, the first stage centered on an original discrete technology solution with limited data connectivity – a single function embedded device not connected to an enterprise network. --CLICK--The second stage was to then evolve these systems being used in a specific situation to be connected across the company, enabling the flow of data from the device to the backend infrastructure. --CLICK--Stage three further automates connectivity between the devices and the back end systems by taking the critical step of supporting the two-way flow of data, and the devices have more ways to connect to backend systems. --CLICK--Today, companies may harness these systems to introduce more data analytics capabilities by capturing information transmitted across devices and throughout backend systems in stage four – generating additional business intelligence.--CLICK--
  • So let’s look at how data moves through this scenario and the places it can be gathered, accessed, and acted upon. [***CLICK***][1] was the original embedded device that collects & stores data [***CLICK***][2] connectivity allowed the embedded device to extend to enterprise back-end [***CLICK***][3 & 4] leverage device & business data to create intelligence to derive business insights [***CLICK***][5] operational changes drives device management updates, creating interdependent systemThe “value” of this system is much greater than the value of the device alone, to extend the intelligent system between enterprise back-end and devices
  • Lot’s of ways to think about dataData about the systemData generated by the systemData surrounding the systemData related to the systemAn article by IBM in the most recent issue of Analytics divides analytics models into three categories based on the type of question the model is intended to answer:Descriptive Analytics is used to understand and analyze business performance.Predictive Analytics is used to discover patterns in data inputs that can predict uncertain business outcomes. Prescriptive Analytics is used to choose an optimal business decision given a complex set of objectives, requirements, and constraints, with the goal of improving business performance.
  • 1. Vast amount of data, starved for information – systems are creating the data, but much of it is falling on the floor. No easy way to filter the noise from important business data2. Or the system may be generating lots of data, but the right data is not collected3. Lacked context to make sense of the data. No way to understand the conditions under which the business data occurred4. Integration costs and complexity of tools. Costs prohibitive to store and manage the data.Each analytics solution must be custom designed/cost prohibitive. No straight-forward way to integrate the data with LOB applicationsData comes too slow – by the time it is received it has outlived its value. This may be due to intermittent connectivity
  • With the forecast of connected devices exceeding 20 billion in the coming years, and with the notion that these systems will be generating more and more data, the amount of data is going to exponentially increase…..Hardware will manage to keep up, however, the bandwidth and capacity on the server will create a bottleneck.
  • Utilisation du cloud dans les systèmes intelligent

    1. 1. palais descongrèsParis7, 8 et 9février 2012
    2. 2. Utilisation du Clouddans les SystèmesIntelligentsMardi 7 févrierCharlie GrabiaudPartner Technology ManagerWindows Embedded, Microsoft
    3. 3. Agenda
    4. 4. Market opportunity Billions of systems $1.2 Trillion WW market 10.0 By 2015 $520 8.0 Billion 6.0 Today 4.0 2.0 0.0 Traditional Embedded Intelligent SystemsIDC, 2011
    5. 5. Stages of Intelligent Systems Stage A: Stage B: Stage C: Stage D: Discrete Technology Connected System Managed System Analytical System Solutions System for a specific business Data and information is shared between two or more systems purpose Limited automatic Connected devices allow data to be automatically updated in data-flow between devices and back end back end systems Two-way connectivity allows for remote management of devices System capable of analytics and BI
    6. 6. Microsoft ConfidentialData is the New Currency Connectivity 3 4
    7. 7. Device Systems Analytics Heartbeat (On, Off) Transactions Performance Logistics Efficiency Records Productivity Events Telemetry Health and System Performance Interaction Data Data System Contextual Related Data Data CRM (Customer) Weather ERP (Inventory, Employee) Traffic Market Intelligence GPS Fraud/Theft Detection Maps
    8. 8. Today’s Data Challenges Too slow Too much Results have outlived their value Vast amount of data, little information Too costly Too littleHigh integration costs, Missing the right data Complex toolsets Too vague No context to the data
    9. 9. Data Generation vs Capacity Data generation Data hardware capabilities Processing all the data centrally in premises becomes either a bottleneck or too costly: • Must bring some of the processing closer to the data source • Must use public cloud scaling Bandwidth / Server capacity 2010 2015 2020
    10. 10. Benefits of Public CloudComputing • Data & services accessible from anywhere – Office, Home and on the road • Almost unlimited resources – Internet-scale computing and services platform • Very high availability – Automatic data redundancy and distribution – Robustness of Microsofts datacenters and Windows Azure • Cost optimization – No huge CAPEX before development can start – Pay Per Use Model – Good Windows Azure Applications are scalable by definition
    11. 11. Microsoft Intelligent Systemssupport Windows Embedded Compact Windows Embedded Standard Windows Embedded Enterprise, … Windows Azure Windows Embedded Server Windows Embedded Storage Server, … Microsoft SQL Microsoft Dynamics Microsoft Sharepoint, ...
    12. 12. Windows Embedded+Azure Scenarios• Industrial Automation• Automotive• Public Services• Energy• Medical
    13. 13. Industrial cloud services • Storage of auditable data – Small and mid size companies without own DC – Long-term backup and availability • Device Monitoring and remote maintenance – Machines and equipment in remote locations • Web based engineering – More computing power for compiling – Team engineering across multiple locations
    14. 14. Siemens/Intel/Microsoft POC• Cooperation of – Siemens – Intel – Microsoft• Data in – SQL Azure• Services on – Windows Azure• Siemens Devices – Windows Embedded – Intel CPUs
    15. 15. Global Infotainment Trends Today 2015 Device Types Market Share End User Cost Market Share End User Cost Video/3D Nav/ <10% $3000 20% $2000 Online Services Color Screen/Speech 30% $1000 50% < $1000 UI/Navigation USB/BT Telephone/ Standard or 40% < $500 70% Media $250 Radio/CD/ 100% Standard (Free) 100% Standard (Free) MP3 Playback 60 Million Cars/Light Trucks 80 Million Cars/Light Trucks
    16. 16. The Automotive Design Lifecycle Today  Long Lead Times and Fixed Functionality 3-5 yr 1-2 yr 2+ years 7 years 10-15 years… Emerging  Faster Development Cycles, Annual Releases, Continuous New Functionality 3-4 3-4 Mo 9 Mo 7 years 10-15 years… Mo
    17. 17. Daimler Project: eMobility • Enables drivers remote access to vehicle information • Monitor charging state and possible range • Combine car data with other information • Access data at any time from every device
    18. 18. eMobility: Visualize data • Use Bing routing service to calculate possible range • Combine additional information and charging spot location for exact calculation • Increase confidence in vehicle possibilities
    19. 19. Giletta, Italy : Intelligent SaltSpreadingSituation• Fleet of Trucks spreading salt on the road when snowing• Truck drivers control the spreading manually, using predefined route Intelligent System solution Objectives - Spreading performance •On-board navigation and cost and control system - Safety on the roadChallenges - Environmental impact •Back-end system• Salt is expensive - Better alignment to aggregating and• Unnecessary pollution created by trucks weather conditions. computing data• Slow in some areas – no dynamic system to chose spreading location• System not effective Spreading Parameters Maps view iMx27 with WinCE6 R3 Dedicated CAN Bus Snowplough Controls
    20. 20. Technology Enablers• Windows Embedded To power the on-board controller (ARM, Real Time & connectivity)• Windows Azure Cloud-based application to analyze data and enable decision Creation of Additional business value • Hundreds of tons of salt saved • Improved security on the road • Reduced maintenance costs • Reduced environmental impact • Planned extension to otherNew Usage Scenario services (transport or recycling)• Provide accurate directions to the driver• New Data collection of highway infrastructures and services, weather, truck location data and traffic data
    21. 21. Home Energy GatewayArchitecture
    22. 22. Home Energy GatewayArchitecture Integration & Analytics: • Base Services (ex. Authentication) • Backoffice system integration • Services Directory (reusability) • Business Analytics Internet Portal: • Secure Access • Customizable Content • Services Catalog • Services & Product Search • Client Data Back-End Systems Home PLC Home Energy Mobile, PC, TV, Other Smart Meters Gateway Multi Channel and Multi Device
    23. 23. Towards Intelligent MedicalSystems Health drivers –Aging population –Increasing costs –Prevalence of chronic disease –Consumer expectations of service quality and life style continuity –Significant and accelerating staffing shortages Health Intelligent Systems –Intelligent/connected medical devices (glucometers, blood pressure monitors) –Electronic medical record (EMR)/personal health record (PHR) systems –Care management systems (enables remote care by clinicians) –Telemedicine and remote patient monitoring –Telepresence/video conferencing –Patient portals
    24. 24. Medical Proof Of Concept
    25. 25. HealthVault in Medical POC
    26. 26. Analytics from Edge to Cloud
    27. 27. Understanding Streaming Data(1) Question: “how many red cars are in the parking lot”. Answering with a relational database: • Walk out to the parking lot. • Count vehicles that are Red Cars SELECT COUNT(*) FROM ParkingLot WHERE type = ‘AUTO’ AND color = ‘RED’
    28. 28. Understanding Streaming Data(2) What about: “How many red cars took the I-80 interchange to San Francisco in the last hour”? Answering with a relational database: • Pull over and park all vehicles in a lot, keeping them there until the end of the hour. • At the end of the hour, count vehicles that Doesn’t seem like a are in the lot. great solution… • Then deliver the answer
    29. 29. Understanding Streaming Data(3) Different kinds of questions require different ways of answering them. The last questions we looked at are best answered with a stream data processing engine, or complex event processing engine. How would a streaming engine do the processing for this scenario? • Stand by the freeway, count red cars as they pass by. • Keep updating the answer internally, keep delivering the answer as needed by the consumers. This is the streaming data paradigm in a nutshell – ask questions about data in flight.
    30. 30. Event-Driven Applications Analytical results need to reflect important changes in business reality immediately and enable responses to them with minimal latency Database-driven Applications Event-driven Applications Query Paradigm Ad-hoc queries or requests Continuous standing queries Latency Seconds, hours, days Milliseconds or less Data Rate Hundreds of events/sec Tens of thousands of events/sec or more Query Semantics Declarative relational analytics Declarative relational and temporal analytics request Event output stream input stream response
    31. 31. Example: Microsoft CampusShuttle Bus Tracking • Plot current position for Redmond campus shuttles • Track specific shuttles • Identify when shuttles approach specific destinations • Proximity queries with SQL Spatial Libraries
    32. 32. Scenarios for Event-DrivenApplications Latency Months Days Relational Database Applications Hours Operational Analytics Applications, e.g., Logistics, etc. Minutes Data Warehousing Applications Web Analytics Applications Seconds 100 ms Monitoring Applications Manufacturing Applications Financial trading Applications < 1ms 0 10 100 1000 10000 100000 ~1million Aggregate Data Rate (Events/sec.)
    33. 33. StreamInsight™ Rich Analytics • Continuous processing of event streams from multiple sources • Based on rich declarative query language • Optimized for analytics over time-series data Intelligent Processing • Express and detect complex pattern and device profiles • Push richer analytics down to the device (pattern redeployment) Unified Experience • Provide uniform semantics & development experience from server to the edge • Seamlessly transition between historical and real- time data Microsoft Optimize data traffic • Send only relevant information from device StreamInsight™ • Eliminate bottleneck at the mid-tier
    34. 34. StreamInsight™ Platform StreamInsight™ Application Development Event sources StreamInsight™ Application at Runtime Event targets Input OutputDevices, Sensors Adapters StreamInsight™ Engine Adapters Pagers & Monitoring devices Standing Queries KPI Dashboards, ` SharePoint UIWeb servers Query Query Logic Logic Trading stationsEvent stores & Databases Query LogicStock ticker, news feeds Event stores & Databases
    35. 35. Analytics Platform Assets Process Sensors & Control SI SI Auto Robots SI SI Global, cross-asset analytics for SI aggregation and correlation of in-flight SI SI events; analytics on historical data Cross-asset Analytics & Per-asset analytics for lightweight Mining SI processing and filtering, computed close to the asset Hosted in the Embedded in the asset Integrated with .NET cloud/on-premise • Creates adaptable, • Gather insight from large • Extensible to incorporate network friendly, remotely collections of assets domain specific analytic manageable assets • Mine historical data to needs create/validate new models • Rich development tools to reduce total cost of ownership
    36. 36. Connected Car Scenario Exploratory analysis of historical data across cars to identify problems or enhance driver experience OEM Engr. New Analytics models, updates, etc. Computation for deployment Significant Operational Data (Battery level, engine status, Recommendations speed etc.) (Route, recharging station, business location, etc.) Location Data (GPS coordinates) Servicing/ Diagnostics (Service Contextual Data recommendation, Updates, etc (Destination, address, etc.) .) Asset Analytic Car Operation High Customer Satisfaction
    37. 37. World of Windows Embedded
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