The	
  informa,on	
  contained	
  herein	
  is	
  proprietary	
  and	
  strictly	
  confiden,al.	
   	
  It	
  is	
  intend...
On-­‐Ramp	
  Wireless,	
  Inc.	
  
o  Founded	
  April	
  2008	
  
o  Headquarters	
  in	
  San	
  Diego,	
  CA	
  
o  Offic...
Billions	
  of	
  Devices	
  Remain	
  Unconnected	
  
	
  
Technology	
  Gap	
  
Filled	
  by	
  Ultra-­‐Link	
  
Process...
Wireless	
  Applica,ons	
  in	
  the	
  U,lity	
  Space	
  
Characteris*cs:	
  
•  Lower	
  data	
  rate	
  per	
  node	
 ...
Ultra-­‐Link	
  Processing™	
  
Physical	
  Layer	
  	
  	
  -­‐142	
  dBm	
  Receive	
  Sensi,vity	
  
Air	
  Interface	...
Link	
  Budget	
  is	
  the	
  Key!	
  
Link	
  budget	
  is	
  the	
  measure	
  of	
  a	
  wireless	
  system’s	
  abili...
Wireless	
  Network	
  Topologies	
  
Aggregate	
  throughput	
  availability	
  
MESH	
  
Mesh	
  
Repeater	
  
Mesh	
  
...
Service	
  Area	
   Network	
   Back	
  Office	
  
On-­‐Ramp	
  Packet	
  Data	
  Network	
  
Smart	
  Transformer	
  
Smart...
 	
  
	
  	
  
Palomar	
  
Mt.	
  Whitney	
  
Black	
  Mt.	
  
Mt.	
  Woodson	
  
On-­‐Ramp	
  San	
  Diego	
  Test	
  Bed...
Schweitzer	
  Wireless	
  Grid	
  Sensor	
  
o  Embedded	
  On-­‐Ramp	
  Wireless	
  eNode	
  
o  Voltage	
  and	
  Curren...
U,lity	
  Op,miza,on	
  
o  Data	
  collec,on	
  for	
  predic,ve	
  maintenance	
  
o  Data	
  mining	
  for	
  grid	
  e...
 	
  
	
  	
  
	
  	
  
	
  	
  	
  	
  
	
  	
  
	
  	
  
	
  	
  
	
  	
  
An	
  Ultra-­‐Link	
  Processing™	
  Network	
  Enables	
  …	
  
o  Electricity/Gas/Water	
  metering	
  
o  Street	
  Lig...
DOE	
  Contract	
  Award	
  
o  On-­‐Ramp	
  Wireless,	
  Inc.	
  (San	
  
Diego,	
  CA)	
  will	
  develop	
  and	
  
dem...
For	
  more	
  info	
  …	
  
Jonas	
  N	
  Olsen	
  
VP	
  of	
  Strategic	
  Marke,ng	
  
jonas.olsen@onrampwireless.com	...
On Ramp For Comm Nexus
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  1. 1. The  informa,on  contained  herein  is  proprietary  and  strictly  confiden,al.    It  is  intended  for   use   only   by   the   recipient   then   only   to   the   extent   necessary   to   consider   a   business   rela,onship  with  or  an  investment  in  On-­‐Ramp  Wireless,  Inc.,  and  for  no  other  purpose.    The   recipient  is  hereby  no,fied  that  any  dissemina,on,  distribu,on,  reproduc,on  or  use  of  this   Company  Presenta,on,  in  whole  or  in  part,  is  strictly  prohibited  without  the  prior  wriCen   consent  of  On-­‐Ramp  Wireless,  Inc.   Ultra-­‐Link  Processing™  in  Ac,on     Breakthrough  Wireless  Signal  Processing   and  Wide  Area  Device/Sensor  Connec,vity  
  2. 2. On-­‐Ramp  Wireless,  Inc.   o  Founded  April  2008   o  Headquarters  in  San  Diego,  CA   o  Offices  in  Singapore   o  65  employees  and  growing  
  3. 3. Billions  of  Devices  Remain  Unconnected     Technology  Gap   Filled  by  Ultra-­‐Link   Processing™   ISM  and  legacy   industrial  (WiFi,   Zigbee,  900MHZ)   Cellular/LTE  and   WiMax  
  4. 4. Wireless  Applica,ons  in  the  U,lity  Space   Characteris*cs:   •  Lower  data  rate  per  node   •  Highly  distributed   •  High  reliability   •  BaCery  opera,on       •  Transmission   line  monitoring   •  Video   surveillance   • Higher  data    rate   • Latency  intolerant   • High  reliability   • Powered   • Higher  data  rate   • Latency  intolerant   • High  reliability   • Powered    One  billion  monitoring   points  in  the  U.S.   Hundreds  of  thousands   of  endpoints  in  U.S.   Hundreds  of  thousands   of  endpoints  in  U.S.   Applica*ons:   •  Electric  AMI   •  Energy  management   •  Gas  and  Water   metering   •  Fault  circuit   indicators   •  Sub-­‐sta,on   and  transformer   monitoring   •  HVAC  control  and   monitoring   •  Fire  Sensor   •  Remote  Monitoring  
  5. 5. Ultra-­‐Link  Processing™   Physical  Layer      -­‐142  dBm  Receive  Sensi,vity   Air  Interface    Random  Phase  Mul,ple  Access™   2.4  GHz  Frequency  –  1  MHz  Occupied  Bandwidth  –  Scalable  to  Tens  of  Thousands  of  Nodes   Coverage   (>40  miles  Line  of  Sight)   Capacity   (25-­‐40×  advantage)   Power  ConsumpUon   (up  to  20  years)   Robustness   (interference  rejecUon)   Security   (built-­‐in  features)   System  Cost   (>10×  advantage)  
  6. 6. Link  Budget  is  the  Key!   Link  budget  is  the  measure  of  a  wireless  system’s  ability  to   overcome  obstacles  (e.g.,  distance,  interference)  to  close  a  link   Ultra-­‐Link  Processing™   link  budget       142  dBm  +  20  dBm  (power  output)  +   10  dB  of  antenna  gain  =  172  dB   900  MHz  FHSS   link  budget       102  dBm  +  30  dBm  (power  output)  +   10  dB  of  antenna  gain  =  142  dB   Link  budget  =  Receive  SensiUvity  +     Transmit  Power  +  Antenna  Gains   Vs.  
  7. 7. Wireless  Network  Topologies   Aggregate  throughput  availability   MESH   Mesh   Repeater   Mesh   Repeater   Aggregate   1  kbps  max   ULP   Aggregate   20  kbps  
  8. 8. Service  Area   Network   Back  Office   On-­‐Ramp  Packet  Data  Network   Smart  Transformer   Smart  Meter   Condi,on   monitoring   Fault  Circuit  Indicator   Pump  condi,on   monitor   Pipeline   monitor   Backhaul   Termina,on   Opera,ons   Dashboard   Cri,cal  Infrastructure   Monitoring  App  (CIMA)   Example:  Meter  Data   Management   On-­‐Ramp  ULP  Gateway   ULP  Network   Management  System   NMS  View   Secure  IP   Backhaul   ULP  Link   ULP  Access   Point   ULP  Node   3rd  Party  NMS   (SNMPv3)   •  SMTP   •  SOAP/Web     services   •  DNP-­‐3/IP   Leak  detec,on   sensor  
  9. 9.         Palomar   Mt.  Whitney   Black  Mt.   Mt.  Woodson   On-­‐Ramp  San  Diego  Test  Bed  ULP  Network  
  10. 10. Schweitzer  Wireless  Grid  Sensor   o  Embedded  On-­‐Ramp  Wireless  eNode   o  Voltage  and  Current   o  Ambient  Temperature   o  BaCery  Operated  (expected  15  year  baCery  life)   o  Next  phase:  Below  ground  coverage  
  11. 11. U,lity  Op,miza,on   o  Data  collec,on  for  predic,ve  maintenance   o  Data  mining  for  grid  efficiency  op,miza,on   o  Grid  planning  for  renewables  integra,on  and  EV   o  Immediate  fault  indica,on  
  12. 12.                                    
  13. 13. An  Ultra-­‐Link  Processing™  Network  Enables  …   o  Electricity/Gas/Water  metering   o  Street  Light  Monitoring  and   Automa,on   o  Transformer  and  substa,on   automa,on   o  Solar  and  Wind  farm   monitoring,  including  variance   in  grid  load   o  HVAC  monitoring   o  Weather  monitoring   o  …  
  14. 14. DOE  Contract  Award   o  On-­‐Ramp  Wireless,  Inc.  (San   Diego,  CA)  will  develop  and   demonstrate  a  wireless  grid   sensor  and  faulted  circuit   indicator  capable  of   monitoring  underground  and   other  hard-­‐to-­‐reach   distribu,on  circuit  loca,ons.   o  Project:  $2.0M   o  Demonstra,ons  with:   –  SDG&E   –  Southern  California  Edison  
  15. 15. For  more  info  …   Jonas  N  Olsen   VP  of  Strategic  Marke,ng   jonas.olsen@onrampwireless.com       Check  out  our  introductory  videos  at   www.onrampwireless.com     Thank  you!  

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