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    • FTTH Conference London 2013 Green & Smart society by FTTH Feb 20 2013 NTT Access Network Service Systems laboratories Hideyuki Iwata Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 0
    • OutlineGreen & Smart by FTTH 1. Background 2. Green & Smart life by FTTH 3. Summary Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • 1. Background Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • Fixed Broadband services in JapanSubscribers in millions40 As of Mar. 201235 DSL 6.7 million 19%30 (NTT 2.3 mil.)25 CATV20 Internet 5.9 million 17%1510 FTTH 5 22.3 million 64% (NTT 16.6 mil.) 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 1Q Year (Quarter unit) Penetration ratio of households: 43% Because of more than 10 years effort, FTTH has become the most popular Broadband service in Japan. Source : Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) NTT Access Network Service Systems Laboratories
    • CO2 Emissions in Japan by SectorFY 2009 Source: Japan Center for Climate Change Actions, Other Transportation http://www.jccca.org/ Energy conversion 7% 6% 20% Service administration 19% Industry 14% 34% Household Source: "Green IT," Ministry of Economy, Trade, and ICT ~ 2% Industry (METI), Green IT Promotion Council The ICT sector, including FTTH, should keep lower emissions of CO2, and expected to help reducing emissions of other sectors. FTTH should saves energy by becoming more energy efficient, and should reduce CO2 emissions of society by utilizing itself efficiently. Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • Estimated reductions of CO2 emissions by ICT *MIC: Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Green technologies for FTTH Green & Smart life by FTTH FTTH seems to have good potential for Green & Smart life! Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • 2. Green & Smart life by FTTH Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • a) Environmental impact assessment service for ICTCan be used to see how ICT services can reduce CO2 emission. - Case on video-conference services - ICT service (videoconference) Input network Point A Point B used and Network conference 1.0 Disposal Reduced CO2 duration emission 0.8 Calculation by video- CO2emission(t) Disposal results* 0.6 Use Use conference Calculate CO2 emission due to terminals and network System 0.4 Production Conventional means 0.2 (trip to conference) Production Input travel 0 Conventional ICT service distance means ● Reduction in CO2 emission: 35% Calculate CO2 emission due to *) Assumptions: transportation systems 12 conferences are held between Tokyo and Osaka annually. The transport used for face-to-face conferences is by “Shinkansen” (bullet train). Number of persons traveling: 2 Conference duration: 2 hours Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • NTT’s study towards rich communication using ICTNTT is also developing to enhance the user experience under the environment of ICT. Identification by human = Match! Identification by systemIdentifying their expression Identifying their line of sightTeleconference will be more realistic such as by identifying their expressions, line of sightand others. Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 8
    • b) HEMS servicesA service that measures, collects, and visually presents data on power usage in thehome, thereby helping with power saving, is provided Storage and Upload home power tabulation of power usage data usage Generate visual representation of Power usage stored data sensor Distribution board PC, tablet, smartphone, etc. Power usage Power usage and fee measured by sensors can be checked Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • c) Trial for Power Peak CutTrial of concurrent control of home electrical appliances using a remote controller. Period Area July to September of 2012 (3 months) About 300 households mainly in Kansai areaOverall configuration Dedicated Web site Distribution board Simple power sensor ElectricityControls the home meterelectrical appliances Checking of energy savingusing a smart phonewhile away from home result at each home Cloud Remote control center server Infrared Wireless LAN rays Internet router Remote controllerSaving of energy based on request for energy saving Request for energy saving Request for energy saving by e-mail ,etc.Report on questionnaire (about energy saving Implementation of energy saving Concurrent control of home electrical appliances (air conditioner, TV, etc.) withimplementation, etc.), etc. a remote controllerCompare to the self power saving by using the cloud service,this trial is more active that power usage is controlled from cloud side. Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • d) Trial for “Smart Town”With Kumamoto City, Kumamoto Pref., we have conducted trials using ICT to meet regionalchallenges, revitalize local communities, and improve services for citizen on FTTH. Administration Health Welfare/EducationMeasures in times of disaster (BCP) Support for healthy life Support for safety and securityRevitalization of local communities Welfare centers, Schools Government Cloud services for Town Environment Sightseeing Support for energy savingSupport for regional developments Smart Hikari Town Tourist spots Kumamoto Project Agriculture Transportation Local production for local consumptionImprovement ofconvenience for local residents Farm stand Farm Vehicles Michi-no-Eki households (roadside rest area) Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • d-1) Trial services for seniors Health care & promotion services, seeing and supporting services for seniors Trial in FTTH service areas in Kumamoto Pref. (Feb. 25 – Mar. 15 2013) community centerHealth care & Seeing and supportingpromotion services Services Exercise course based on TV switch on/off monitoring Head mount camera the health data stored in cloud Information Sharing on TV Support for local event application“Visual” is easier way to communicate for not only seniors but also operators. Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • d-2) Transportation informationProvide current tram and bus locationinformation in real time.Information can be seen by a smartphonehttp://www.smart-hikari.jp/transit/mobil.htmlor Digital signage terminal at major stations.Visualizing bus locations on map is good fortourists or visitor to understand where andhow far the bus is now. Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
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    • d-3) Power usage estimation & Home devices controlTrial for estimation of power usage by each home devices with just 1 sensor.(conventional way requires many sensors for each devices) Power usage Visualization server Power estimation Power line Power meter Distribution panel Power estimation server wireless Sensor 1 Device control server wireless Home gate Way Sensor 2 FTTH wireless Remote controller Device control Start tap Sensor 1 : for power usage estimation Sensor 2 : for current HEMS service as reference to see accuracy of power estimation Trial for home device control (not designed for HEMS) by using remote controller. Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • Other NTT R&D on Green ICT Environmental impact assessment Cloud computing 1.0 DisposalAccess, terminals CBoC PF, Applications CO2emission(t) 0.8 LCA (Life Cycle 0.6 Use Disposal Use (Common IT Base over ONU, OLT, HGW Assessment) 0.4 Production Use fewer 0.2 Production Cloud Computing) 0 resources, recycle Conventional means ICT service fiber optic cables Energy-conserving procurement Set methodology, create guidelines Network NGN, future networks EquipmentAir conditioning Fiber optic Smart grids integrated packetDEMS HEMS, BEMS, DEMS, CEMS routers, etc. Electric supply Devices Low-power fiber High voltage DC supply optic devices, technology nanoelectronics Electrical generation, storage High-efficiency fuel cell batteries (SOFC), batteries Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • SummaryFTTH has become basic service in Japan.Introduced activities for Green & Smart life on FTTH• ICT services (Video conferencing, HEMS, etc.) drive down energy consumption• Smart Town on FTTH is under trial in Kumamoto, Japan.NTT group will contribute to realizing Green ICT・ NTT is tackling Green ICT in many fields, not only FTTH. Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • Thank you very much. Copyright© 2013 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation