Authors: M, Daras P, Baker M, Karnouskos S, Gluhak A, Krco S,Diaz C, Verbauwhede I, Naqvi S, Alvarez F, Fernandez-CuestaPublished on 2008 Presenter: Zia Ush Shamszaman, ICE, HUFS Course: Next Generation Internet October 26, 2012
RWI Overview RWI Vision Key factors for the success of RWI Research Orientation Conclusion Real life example (Video)
The Internet Is evolving - in its use and in its technology Born from the vision to create an open infrastructure Has become the socio-economic backbone Early applications were remote login and file transfer before www emerged as the main driver Human centric information exchange is the main concern today, such as email, audio and video files or real-time multimedia communications
Integrates diverse Human Generated Information Sports Science Shopping Weather Maps NEWS Financial Technology 4 l
The Internet infrastructure Also evolving besides its application. Extended its reach to mobile users and end devices with next generation networks. This evolution has lead to a patchwork of fixes. Requires the rethink of fundamental pillars of the Internet architecture
Internet of Things (IoT) Enabled the internet to reach the real world. Initially based on RFID or WSAN. Now spawns a wide variety of devices termed Network Embedded Devices (NED). Targets multiple domains including automation, energy, e-health etc. Has been driven by more recent ideas to integrate the real world into the Internet. Expected to collaborate with Internet of Service (IoS) and Internet of Energy (IoE)
Wireless networks will allow everyone permanent access to the Internet at all times and all places. This wireless connection is not limited to user devices, ◦ Almost any artifact from clothing to buildings can be connected and collaborate as a NED. “Intelligent things” and “Smart Spaces” will be formed by the interconnection of artifacts embedded in real environment. Almost real time interaction between the virtual world and real world.
MonitoringManagement Data Analytics Controllers WiFi Operations GPRS Field Units
Cross-layer collaboration is expected to be a key issue in a highly dynamic and hetero- -geneous infrastructure where NED’s are more powerful with respect to computing power, memory, and communication.
Cross-layer Service Oriented Architecture(SOA) based collaboration in the Real World Internet
Expected applications Ambient assisted living and health care Supply chain monitoring and logistics Efficiency for transport, energy and facility management Improved Augmented Reality simulations Social and leisure applications Manufacturers can create extended products
Social Devices Embedding social capability in objects and devices Sharing experiences and knowledge among devices Help each other to overcome any problemTheir Characteristics are Should be uniquely identified natively designed for collaboration integrating local and global information able to interpret all the exchanged information at a semantic level Trusted devices with built in security
Identity Management Efficient Integration with the Internet Highly composable information to generate new and innovative services Standardised way of describing information about the real world Integration of security and privacy protections at the NED The combination with other adjacent areas Secure, reliable real time network infrastructure
Management, scalability and heterogeneity of devices and users Networked knowledge and context Privacy, security and trust Real World Internet generated network traffic
The RWI is an interdisciplinary domain which Involves the characteristics of the IoT with the vision to integrate the real world into the Internet. Fundamental Design is very important to let the RWI grow organically within the space of the future Internet. Only time will say how the RWI will grow to reflect our vision.