Information and Quantum Systems Lab<br />Peter Hartwell, R. Stanley Williams<br />Contact: twitter.com/HPLABS<br />CeNSE :...
Sensing VisionA voice for the planet<br />The polar bear can say its getting warmer<br />The rain forest can tell you its ...
CeNSE<br />Central Nervous System for the Earth<br /><ul><li>Awareness of planet
Measurement of impact
Taste/Smell/Touch/Sound/Sight
Safety
Sustainability
Security</li></ul>~1 trillion sensor network<br />Quantity of data creates quality of data<br />
Smart HighwaySame data, many users<br />Highway Patrol<br />AccidentSend response<br />Sensor node every 10m along roadway...
Sensing System Creation<br />Network<br />Action<br />Nodes<br />Analysis<br />INFORMATION<br />DATA<br />A network of sen...
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM FOR THE EARTH<br />Revolutionize human interaction with the earth as profoundly as the internet has...
Moving CeNSE forward<br />5 year program at HP Labs<br />Sensing:   Richter – feel	 SERS – taste, smell<br />Seeking strat...
First CeNSE Partner, Feb 2010<br />http://www.hp.com/go/sensingsolutions<br />Exploration survey network<br />Up to 1M wir...
100x better sensor<br />100x sensors<br />Example<br />Benefit from Improve sensor + Many Sensors<br />
INK Cartridges are very similar to sensor nodes<br />MEMS chip<br />Harsh environment<br />Custom package<br />Interface <...
Food safety<br />Mobile devices<br />Shipping and warehouse<br />Infrastructure monitoring<br />INTEGRATION:<br />One node...
“feel”: Next Generation Inertial Sensors<br />HP’s platform for high performance inertial sensors<br />Winner: <br />EE Ti...
“Taste and smell” – Nano-optical antenna for SERS sensor<br />Localized surface plasmon on nanostructure can enhance the R...
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  1. 1. Information and Quantum Systems Lab<br />Peter Hartwell, R. Stanley Williams<br />Contact: twitter.com/HPLABS<br />CeNSE :Central Nervous System for the EarthSpring 2010<br />
  2. 2. Sensing VisionA voice for the planet<br />The polar bear can say its getting warmer<br />The rain forest can tell you its being logged<br />The ground can tell you where the oil is<br />The highway bridge can ask to be maintained<br />A network of sensors, connected to the cloud, giving us the heartbeat of the planet. <br />A central nervous system for the earth, gathering information and sending it to the “brain” (cloud computing).<br />
  3. 3. CeNSE<br />Central Nervous System for the Earth<br /><ul><li>Awareness of planet
  4. 4. Measurement of impact
  5. 5. Taste/Smell/Touch/Sound/Sight
  6. 6. Safety
  7. 7. Sustainability
  8. 8. Security</li></ul>~1 trillion sensor network<br />Quantity of data creates quality of data<br />
  9. 9. Smart HighwaySame data, many users<br />Highway Patrol<br />AccidentSend response<br />Sensor node every 10m along roadway<br />Dept of Transportation<br />CloudServices<br />Occurs on weekdaysStudy improvement<br />Street light outage<br />Automaker<br />Wireless Carrier<br />Sensor<br />Traffic Advice<br />Data Center<br />Weather service<br />5pm30 mph (-50%)1000 veh/hr (-60%)Temp, baro, humid<br />News outlet<br />Climatologist<br />Local conditions<br />Time, frequency, number<br />
  10. 10. Sensing System Creation<br />Network<br />Action<br />Nodes<br />Analysis<br />INFORMATION<br />DATA<br />A network of sensors produces data that is turned into information<br />
  11. 11. CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM FOR THE EARTH<br />Revolutionize human interaction with the earth as profoundly as the internet has revolutionized personal and business interactions<br />One trillion nanoscale sensors and actuators will need the equivalent of 1000 internets: the next huge demand for computing!<br />Why HP?<br />Only company with the technical breadth and depth<br />Uniquely positioned core competencies: hardware and IT<br />Pull through for computing<br />New information services<br />Sensing systems: <br />$70 B global market by 2013<br />Source: Frost & Sullivan<br />Value Added Sensing Services:<br />$290B global market by 2013<br />Source: Harbour Research<br />
  12. 12. Moving CeNSE forward<br />5 year program at HP Labs<br />Sensing: Richter – feel SERS – taste, smell<br />Seeking strategic partner with real application<br />Distributed sensing need, integration<br />Large node count 1e4 -> 1e6<br />Work with partner to spec system<br />Service creation: develop, deploy, collect, analyze<br />Real world trial, real hardware, real data<br />Real results<br />
  13. 13. First CeNSE Partner, Feb 2010<br />http://www.hp.com/go/sensingsolutions<br />Exploration survey network<br />Up to 1M wireless sensor nodes<br />New HP seismic sensor technology<br />Complete sensing solution<br />Efficiency of extraction – more from existing fields<br />Reduced impact to environment <br />fewer new wells, in best locations<br />Less equipment into field, no cables<br />Energy reduction<br />
  14. 14. 100x better sensor<br />100x sensors<br />Example<br />Benefit from Improve sensor + Many Sensors<br />
  15. 15. INK Cartridges are very similar to sensor nodes<br />MEMS chip<br />Harsh environment<br />Custom package<br />Interface <br />Reservoir<br />Millions produced by HP<br />
  16. 16. Food safety<br />Mobile devices<br />Shipping and warehouse<br />Infrastructure monitoring<br />INTEGRATION:<br />One node measures many things<br />Senses as state variables<br />Vibration<br />Tilt<br />Air Flow<br />Light<br />Biological<br />Rotation<br />Navigation<br />Temperature<br />Chemical<br />Humidity<br />Sound<br />Pressure<br />Energy:<br />Production and use<br />Equipment life monitoring<br />Smart buildings<br />Traffic<br />Automotive<br />
  17. 17. “feel”: Next Generation Inertial Sensors<br />HP’s platform for high performance inertial sensors<br />Winner: <br />EE Times ACE Award: Most Promising New Technology of 2010<br />Silicon based MEMS<br />Accelerometers, Gyroscopes<br />1000x more sensitive than current MEMS<br />< 1 micro-g to > 10 g<br />Built in our 200mm inkjet fab<br />High performance meets low cost<br />
  18. 18. “Taste and smell” – Nano-optical antenna for SERS sensor<br />Localized surface plasmon on nanostructure can enhance the Raman scattering process -- SERS<br />h<br />h’<br />106-1012<br />Gain<br />Ag NP<br />h<br />h’<br />Example<br />SERS<br />No SERS<br />Electromagnetic field induced EF: 106 - 1012<br />
  19. 19. Network and Cloud<br />Data rate gets HUGE!<br />Bandwidth for transfer (6kbps * 1e6) = 6 Gbps<br />Spindles for storage (> 50)<br />Information Theory <br />Applications where you want 100% of data<br />Applications where you want “just enough for records”<br />Applications where you must have “that” 30 seconds<br />
  20. 20. Visualization<br />Combine data<br />Smart freeway AND information from vehicles<br />How to turn data into information<br />Decisionsin machine<br />Adjust HVAC unit 2 and dampers 34, 35, and 64<br />Decisions for humans<br />Take this freeway to the airport<br />Decisions by humans<br />Warehouse resource management<br />
  21. 21. Everything as a Service<br />Bridge owner doesn’t want to be in IT space<br />Sensing solution:<br />Sensor node design<br />Network hardware selection (wireless/cabled)<br />Management of system and equipment<br />Data collection / storage / retrieval<br />Quality control of system / data<br />Visualization and dashboard creation<br />Information supply<br />
  22. 22. Impact on Society<br />Privacy<br />Want to know how many cars…don’t care who’s car<br />Security<br />Trusted data<br />Secure network<br />Open Data Source<br />If private and secure, let people compete on analysis<br />New business models we can only imagine<br />Use the cloud to access and analyze data<br />
  23. 23. Sensor Network Applications<br />Safety – save lives<br />Earthquake detection system and warning<br />Structural health monitoring – bridges, airplanes<br />Chem / bio sensing – food safety and travel security<br />Sustainability – save energy<br />Smart buildings : adjust lighting and temperature to occupants<br />Mobile devices: what is user doing and respond<br />Security – save assets<br />Restricted access: intrusion detection<br />Equipment: item moving when it shouldn’t be<br />Location information without GPS: ”Where are we?” “Where is it?”<br />

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