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  1. 1. Scenarios for Context Aware SIPName of Presenter : A T KishoreDate 2nd March, 2007
  2. 2. AGENDAIMS AND HOW IT RELATES TO THE TOPIC OF SIP AND CONTEXTConcept of SIPService Delivery ScenariosContext –What is it?How to Achieve Context AwarenessEU/Global initiatives on Ambient NetworksSummary plus concluding statements2 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  3. 3. What Is IMS?IP Multimedia Subsystem Next-gen An enabler A standard network of new architecture applications Converged Services SIP IMS SIP Rich Communications Push-2-Talk Video Clips Push-2-View Sports, News Push-2-X IP Network SIP Presence, Location- Voice based Services SIP SIP Service-layer SIP Picture Messaging, MM E-mail Messaging IM Control-layer At Home On the Move In the Office Streaming Games, Music Audio, Video Downloads IMS is access agnostic, cost reducing, and service Transport-layer enhancing Interactive Services, Interactive Gaming IMS gives the customer & carrier choice3 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  4. 4. Content Context Dichotomy 13% Context is King, not Content. 4 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  5. 5. Content-Context EpistemologyIt’s not about the Library!It is about . . . 4 psychological The power of Contextspaces Learning Research and Discovery Community Workplace All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  6. 6. Convergence today?If we simply open our eyes Phone MP3Player MP3Phone Voice IP VoIP + +Phone PDA Communicator FT Orange Orange + +Game Communication XBox360 Alcatel Lucent + + Alcatel-Lucent6 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  7. 7. State-of- art IMS platforms TO ACHIEVE CONTEXT AWARE SIP Vertical enterprise application developed by third party on Alcatel-Lucent 5350 IAS MOBILE Voice & Voice & Video WORKFORCE Video A-GPS A-GPS Messaging Messaging Status & trip Status & trip Presence Presence reports reports Integrated Integrated trip reports trip reports A-GPS A-GPS location location Real-time Real-time tracking tracking video video Voice Voice Calls Calls Mobile Workforce Presence Standard Java API / SIP ServletMessagingMessaging Run Time Layer IMS Core Chat session Chat session WORK FORCE MANAGER 7 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  8. 8. Hardware Innovations A bridge for the physical and electronic worlds, multipurpose technology Accelerometers, sensors, micro actuators Smart Pills, Nano, Quantum, Optical, Molecular MEMS Tagging physical objects with electronic information Supply chain automation RFID Product information discovery Trusted Computing Physically and logically separate processing space for trusted applications Ubiquitous billing infrastructure — e-payments Easy-to-use DRM, new business models Key Issue: Can it be implemented right?8 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  9. 9. Connected Objects/Places On-chip wireless/RFID Smart spaces On-chip sensors/MEMS Smarter people Low-power CPUs What should objects know? Low-power Location, owner, displays safety ... Ad hoc networking/ Products as services mesh networks Personalized retail Smart dust Disposable computers9 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  10. 10. The Session Initiation Protocol ObjectiveSession Control Management interactive agent for Application ProtocolsService Connect Interaction ManagementImproved Scope for Better Performance and Increased Message FlowAdvanced Protocol enabling Architectures of IMS,AIMS, GPS and AGPSPerfect fit for Mission Critical Applications and fact finding operationsUAC and UAS could be first and second parties, third party will be a fork or adatabase such as DNS Registrar or HSS(USDS)Conference Control and Call Session Control Functionality will be handled byproxy interrogating or serving CSCFs (LCP/LSM)MGCP, MEGACO and SIP-I and SIP-T are complimentary protocols10 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  11. 11. The SIP for Context Awareness ObjectiveBridging Applications across multi-platoform, multi-network leashing.Service Connect Interaction Management for Context of time, location.Improved Scope for Better Performance and Increased Message Flow.A5350 AS/SCR is feature rich to serve context awareness requirementsAlso A5020 AGCF for Gateway Control Function11 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  12. 12. SIP is a layered protocol and is made of 4 layers• The lowest layer addresses the syntax and encoding• The second layer is the transport layer; defines how requests and responses are sent and received.• The third layer is the transaction layer ; handles all the requests and the responses for the same.• The fourth layer is the transaction user layer.• What MESSAGE, where IS UAC,UAS, how TO REACH, when TO SUBSCRIBE & NOTIFY, how long DURATION, and with whom( USER PROFILE) or about whom (USER PROFILE) 12 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  13. 13. SIP- Because the world is always ON High ratio of Mobile Internet SIP active to adapt new technologies and services - 3G-UMTS, EV-DO, HSDPA, WiMAX, WiFi and Blue tooth - Camera Phone, Contact less IC Card, - RF ID, GPS, - Ring tone & - Terrestrial Digital Broadcasting to be extended to VoIP13 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  14. 14. The Future of Mobile is:• Using Context• Harnessing Content• Context Proactivity• Proactivity Content sharing• Perceptual: Speech or Voiceintelligent Systems• 5 Billion new usersLocation Based Services:IMS Products :Illustrations:•Alcatel-Lucent 5350 IAS•A7720ABN•A1300XMC•A8640 CMM(IMR)•Audio Codes/A8688 MRF•LCP•OMC-H/OMC-CN - OA&M FOR USDS/HSSPlexus MG,7570 MG, 7510 MG•SS8, A8965 C3S 14 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  15. 15. The Representational State Transfer Objectivean approach for getting information content from a web site by reading adesignated Web page that contains an XML that has data (description as wellas content)Can be useful for dynamically managed context aware data updationSubscribers would only need to know the XML file that has delta and reformdataREST uses RSS(RDF Site Summary). RSS uses the RDF (Resource DescriptionFramework) a standard way to describe a Web site or other internet resourceREST goes well with http and xml15 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  16. 16. Device Centric Model of Context-Awareness16 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  17. 17. Electron-Cardiogram Using SIP Registrar to Update a Communication Server/Service-ECP Data ProviderSIPStep 1: User’s ECG is fed to aVisualizer for expert Doctor at aRemote End.Step 2: The ECG Content Notifier WillAlert SIP RegistrarStep 3:Based on the Database in SIPRegistrar, if there is a change, thesame will be flashed to CCNStep 4:CCN in turn passes the Data toECG Data ProviderStep 5:Multiple SIP proxy RegistrarsCould be involved in a case of MobileEnvironments/Location Changes17 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  18. 18. Educational communication SIP can do it well Course and content delivery Cross-platform content delivery Assignment Pushing delivery Quiz and assessment delivery Educational services delivery Posting Educational Communication Messaging File-exchanging Response and feedbackCategories of educationalcommunication 18 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  19. 19. You have a call from 9198000000 You have a call from Mr. DavidYour phone is aware of who is calling and it informs you custom message regarding it You have a call from your Home
  20. 20. Application Call Flow Example1. User downloads file to AT2. BM/PFO detects download start.3. AM handles new and incoming call to user Service4. AM makes resource request to PM Broker 3 7 (SB)5. PM answers AM with an AB Mesg that indicates that a file download is in progress utilizing BW required for call 66. AM forwards session with AB Mesg to SB Application 4 Policy for feature interaction processing Media Manager Server Manager7. SB interacts with User to determine (AM) (PM) (MS) 8 preference to download file and play “canned” reply to calling party or delay 5 download.8. Based on User response, SB redirects incoming call to media server and instructs media server to plan Bearer 2 announcement selected by user Manager (BM) 1 20 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  21. 21. Presence Server Overview Other Salient Features SIP Watcher Watcher -Supports standards based SIP/SIMPLE, Parlay, App Apps Wireless Village Watcher interfaces OSA/Parlay, WV SUB/NOT - Compliance to 3GPP/2, IETF, Parlay/OSA standards Presence Server -Support multiple network protocols to obtain presence and location information (SIP, ANSI, Additional SIP UMTS, DIAMETER) Watcher Watcher Interfaces Interface -Support LIF protocol to gather Location information from the network Presence and Availability Core Presence DB -Composition Presence information, Maintain DIAMETER SIP ANSI, UMTS Location policy, authorization rules Presentity I/F Presentity I/F Presentity I/F I/F -Easily extensible software architecture for additional watcher and presentity interfacesSh (SNR/PNR, UDR) SUB/NOT, PUB ANSI 41, UMTS LIF SUB/NOT, PUB Presence HSS S-CSCF HLR MSC MPC,GMLC External Agent 21 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  22. 22. SIP SIMPLE: Context Aware Server 3GPP TISPAN PS AS Context Aware SIP SCIM22 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  23. 23. Ambient Network Philosophy-an European Union’s Drive Scenarios of Context Aware SIP Presence http://www.ambient-networks.org/ Businesses/MEGACO SIP Proxy-Context Analysis Buddy Group/PS RTP/Content REST23 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  24. 24. Eco-System of SIP in a Context Aware Ambient Network Services on Internet Local Infrastructure Environment Context-aware Interaction Context-aware Delivery Seamless adaptive services Adaptive user interaction with services Smart adaptive infrastructure Context mgt/fusion sensors, wearables Context modelling Emergent applications Learning SIP Messages to help resolve the issues Self-configuration: Service discovery, localization, establishing relations between entities Negotiating services, purposes, policies, and security aspects; extensibility vs pre-ordained. Mobile agents, synchronization, permamence Access / Policy- manager for connection diversity Components, where and how to do the intelligent routing of services and content Business model: who pays whom for what? How do third parties provide services?24 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  25. 25. BACK TO WHERE WE STARTED1 IMAGINE A WORLD WITH OUT SIP –STONE AGE?2 SIP AN APPLICATION LAYER PROTOCOL. IETF. HAS CONTRIBUTIONS FOR IMS3 HELPS HEALTH, EDUCATION AND BETTER COMMUNICATIONS IN TODAY’SWORLD4 HELPS IN SECURITY AND TO MAKE OUR COMMUNICATIONS MORE CONTEXTAWARE5 IMPROVES QUALITY OF OUR LIVES BY WAY OF LOCATION BASED,TIME BASEDBRIDGING SCENARIOS WHICH HITHERTO REMAINED DISCONNECTED6 A BOOST WITH SIP DRIVEN APPLICATIONS via XCAP/XML+HTML7 REST, SOAP AND Ambient-Unified-Network Service Delivery AND HOW THEYARE COMPLIMENT to SIP STRATEGY25 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  26. 26. Q&A ARE U Ready For SIP26 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  27. 27. SIP is the Building Block of a Adaptive Collaborative Communication BridgeSIP invite, Options, Update, Prack, Subscribe, and Notify to bring in thedifference by virtue of enhanced APIs to support ISC and new privacy headersfor 3GPP/227 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  28. 28. The mPower Suite of Integrated Products(former Mobilitec product) Media mPower Devices Java Apps (MIDP 1.0 & 2.0) Content Service Management Orchestration SmartPhone Content Partner Discovery and Palm Apps Mgmt. Catalog Mgmt Symbian Apps Subscriber Mgmt. Rating Tool Icons Ring tones Digital Rights Merchandising Management Pictures Audio Device Profile Media Delivery Mgmt. Video mPower combined with network enablers provides the basis for the blending and convergence of context-aware, personalized multimedia services28 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  29. 29. Context Architecture-ideal Context Pervasive Semantic Computing Web Context Software Agents29 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  30. 30. SIP finally Wireless Internet Wearable Wireless Multi-bandManual Control of NOWSpectrum AutonomousAccess Spectrum Access SIP 1934 1980’s 2025 Facts30 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  31. 31. Why Unified Communications? Calls Messages Private Job Job Private • Fixed • Fax • E-mail • Mobile • SMS • VoIP • V-mail • MPEG • IM31 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  32. 32. •High ratioContextAwareness is not new of Mobile Internet Context Awareness is not new •Very active to adapt new include,besides Basic Drivers for Communication include,besides Basic Drivers for Communication voice and data or video,ability to convey in effective technologies andtotal situation convey in effective voice and data or video,ability to modus operandi the services of an individual to modus operandi the total situation of an individual to (ex.) by usinggroup to HSDPA, aasystem to another or aa group toanother or system to another orEV-DO, another or 3G, another by usingall possible means …just as good WiMAX, Camera Phone, have… …just as good another all possible means senses that we have… senses that we Contactless IC Card, RF ID, GPS, Ringtone, Terrestrial Digital Broadcasting, …….32 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  33. 33. Knowledge Management- Context Aware SIP Active Context Memory Agent Inference Engine Knowledge K.Base Forgnd/BkgndGUI Handling Server Handling Query i/f Behavior GC VoIP SIP KQML SIP Location Redirect Server Server GC=Global Context Resource’s SIP Client VoIP Telephony Agent Gateway Active Context Memory SIP Client IP Room Display Digital Lib Resource Switched Circuit Network SIP Client (R) (D) (L) (R,L) (R,D) (P,D) (R,P,L) Agents KQML User’s r1, d1, L1, rL1, rd1, rd1, rpL1, Knowledge r2, d2, L2, rL2, rd2, rd2, rpL2, Server Mobile ... d3, L3, ... rd3, rd3, rpL3, POTS User Device ... ... ... ... ...33 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  34. 34. SOAP Essentials SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol SOAP is a communication protocol SOAP is for communication between applications SOAP is a format for sending messages SOAP is designed to communicate via Internet SOAP is platform independent SOAP is language independent SOAP is based on XML SOAP is simple and extensible Supported by Axis2 which is Core engine for Web services: Alcatel- Lucent SOAP will be developed as a W3C standard34 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  35. 35. SIP USER Realms touching Internet SIP USER AGENT CLIENT 1 UAC SDP 2 UAC Local Network Device SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE SIP-I SIP-T UAC 3 UAC 4 User Application SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE35 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  36. 36. Call Home Call Mr. David SIP phones with voice recognition systems & activation features Call 9198000000
  37. 37. Services Interaction Management Specific Specific Non-SIP SIP SIP Non-SIP Non-SIPService Broker triggers on an Apps Apps Apps Apps Appsincoming call to AT and initiates aWeb-Based pop-up on the users Service Servicehandset – user can direct call as Broker Broker (SB) (SB)needed.Service Broker receives ApplicationOutlook/Exchange Alert for Manager (AM)upcoming conf call and sends alertand/or makes my wireless phone Policy Managerring to bridge me on the conf call (PM)Service Broker provides Caller-ID and (AT)Menu on-screen during videoplayback –Service Broker inter works presence into existing services such as simultaneous ring –Service Broker formats SIP call events and forwards to a Web Portal for display 37 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####
  38. 38. Convergence opportunities? If we look further… IPTV IMS Comm. TV HD Video Call + + IMS My ‘Sponsored’ Efficient CallMobile TV Advertising TV Fixed Presence + Mobile Calendar Real Time Betting 3G + Mobile TV + IMS QoS + Gaming + Authent + Payment 38 | Scenarios for Context Aware SIP | March 2007 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2006, #####

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