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Alcatel Lucent’s M2M E2E solution for OSGI enabled M2M gateways - Hugo Verbandt & Daniel Shellhoss
 

Alcatel Lucent’s M2M E2E solution for OSGI enabled M2M gateways - Hugo Verbandt & Daniel Shellhoss

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Alcatel-Lucent’s winning ecosystem of remote device and application management (zero-touch activation, auto-configuration & troubleshooting) of OSGi enabled products through TR-069 or OMA-DM amended ...

Alcatel-Lucent’s winning ecosystem of remote device and application management (zero-touch activation, auto-configuration & troubleshooting) of OSGi enabled products through TR-069 or OMA-DM amended with the Residential Gateway Application Module enables seamless integration between home devices and guarantees an easier, more flexible and more cost-effective roll-out of connected home services such as home media sharing, smart metering, e-health and home automation. Building on this innovation, operators no longer have to ship, deploy and manage multiple devices for every subscriber (a costly and error-prone process), and consumers don’t have to manage all the cabling and communication and storage devices. Alcatel-Lucent’s approach combines broadband connectivity and processing/storage capacity into a single OSGi-based CellPipe Residential Gateway that supports the industry’s first Residential Gateway Application Module (RGAM). The RGAM is a USB dongle functioning as a mini-PC for processing and storage, including customer experience management software and applications such as home automation and smart energy software. The entire package is complemented by Motive’s device and applications management expertise, enabling easy activation, auto configuration and management of devices and services. Alcatel Lucent is using ProSysts’ mBS Smart Home OSGi Service Platform. OSGi, leveraged by ProSyst products and professional services, has been chosen as an open, neutral, robust, and already proven execution platform. Thanks to ProSyst’s OSGi Service Platform, sensors (e.g. smart meter) & actuators (e.g. heating control) can be rapidly integrated and deployed into the end-user’s home environment.

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    Alcatel Lucent’s M2M E2E solution for OSGI enabled M2M gateways - Hugo Verbandt & Daniel Shellhoss Alcatel Lucent’s M2M E2E solution for OSGI enabled M2M gateways - Hugo Verbandt & Daniel Shellhoss Presentation Transcript

    • Alcatel Lucent’s M2M E2E Solutionfor OSGi Enabled M2M GatewaysHugo Verbandt Daniel SchellhossAlcatel-Lucent ProSyst20 September 2011 OSGi Alliance Marketing © 2008-2010 . 1 PageCOPYRIGHT © 2008-2011 OSGi Alliance. All Rights Reserved All Rights Reserved
    • Contents• Application Enablement Infrastructure: Horizontal vis-à- vis Vertical Approach• E2E solution leveraged through Alcatel-Lucent and ProSyst• Overview of Alcatel-Lucent application enablers• Overview of ProSyst application enablers• Customer case• Conclusions Page 2 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved
    • Vertical vis-à-vis Horizontal ApproachCurrent Vertical Approach E-Health Energy OtherBusiness Device Business Device Business Device Logic Management Logic Management Logic Management Communication Communication Communication Fixed & Mobile Access Networks Bluetooth, WIFI, etc. Zigbee, Zwave, etc. Apps Apps Enablers Page 3 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved
    • Vertical vis-à-vis Horizontal ApproachPerceived Issues with Vertical Approach• Multiple service gateway devices, one for each application• Each application provides its own means for device and application management, L1 support, communication, CPE device integration• No/limited openness towards 3rd party applications • Absence of an SDK• No sensor reuse amongst different applications• This heterogeneous approach does not fit with requirements of major fixed/mobile carriers Page 4 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved
    • Vertical vis-à-vis Horizontal Approach Horizontal Approach M2M Gateway & Application Lifecycle E-Health Energy Management Level 1 Support TR-069,M2M Communication Enablers PD-174 OMA-DM Fixed & Mobile Access Networks E-Health Energy Sensor, GUI, Communication & Management Service JVM and OSGi Gateway SDK OS (e.g. Linux) Apps Bluetooth, WIFI, Zigbee, Zwave, etc. AppsEnablers Page 5 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved
    • Vertical vis-à-vis Horizontal ApproachEnablers of the Horizontal Platform• M2M gateway hardware• M2M gateway middleware • Hardware/OS/Sensor abstraction• SDK for application development• M2M gateway device management • Zero-touch activation, configuration, firmware, monitoring• M2M gateway application lifecycle management • Install, start, configure, upgrade and monitor applications remotely• L1 troubleshooting• M2M application communication enablement • Technology agnostic communication framework for applications Page 6 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved
    • How is this realized? E2E Architecture M2M Device Management Service Management Platform E-Health Energy TR-069 Application OMA-DM DM (ACS) Lifecycle DM Level 1 Support M2M Communication Enablers TR-069 Messaging Bulk Data PD-174 Middleware Collection OMA-DM Fixed & Mobile Access Networks E-Health Energy Sensor, GUI, Communication & Management JVM and OSGi SDK OS (e.g. Linux) Cellpipe Apps Bluetooth, WIFI, Zigbee, Zwave, etc. RGAM AppsEnablers Page 7 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved
    • How is this realized?M2M Gateway and Applications Management? M2M Device Management M2M Communication Enablers M2M Device Management Bulk Data Messaging Application TR-069 Collection Middleware Lifecycle DM Management ACS Device Alerting M2M Gateway (SMS, XMPP) Management (TR- 069) Application Lifecycle Fixed & Mobile Access Networks Management (TR- 069) ‘Sensor’ Communication Device Management management (PD-Applications Enablers Enablers 174) Remote XMPP SMS Alerting Diagnostics Access PD-174 TR-069 JVM, OSGi, Sensor Abstraction OS Hardware Page 8 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved
    • How is this realized? M2M Gateway Hardware: ALU Cellpipe RGAM OSGi InsideSoftware platform 4 ALL • Consistent features set Versioned (OS, JVM, ProSyst OSGi) • Sensor abstraction layer C and OSGi applications • Dual-boot, firmware Remote support for drivers upgrade, …… Validated TR-69 solution • Repeatable concept • Support various interfaces Page 9 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved
    • How is this realized? M2M Gateway Middleware by ProSyst Residential Services Interoperability Remote ManagementmBS SDK Applications Communication Enablers Device Management Enablers Health Energy Remote TR-069 option Smart Home XMPP SMS Alerting Diagnostics Access PD-174 OMA-DM+ Eclipse HDM/HAM API Mapping (Java, JSON, XML-RPC) DLNA• Develop Mgmt Connec-• Test Agent UPnP tivity• Deploy Home Device Manager Home Automation Manager Update Security Sensors ZigBee Z-Wave Rules Scenes & Actors Agent Data Bluetooth wM-Bus Conditions Commands SSL/TLS Privacy Portability mBS (OSGi R4.3 Framework) Standards OS mBSA Java Virtual Machine (JVM) Monitoring OS OS/HW Independ. Hardware Page 10 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved
    • How is this realized?Openness of the Solutions• As the Alcatel-Lucent/ProSyst solution is based upon standardized protocols, the different building blocks of the solution can interwork with the building blocks of other vendors • Any ACS (TR-069 device manager) can manage the OSGi enabled RGAM • ProSyst has the mPower Remote Manager (ACS) which fulfils the following use cases: • Platform, Application & Service Lifecycle Management • Firmware & File Update • Remote Configuration & Software Provisioning • Remote Diagnostics & Troubleshooting (life status monitoring, logging, etc.) • Remote Security Administration • Alcatel-Lucent’s ACS (HDM product) is capable of managing any TR-069 managed gateway and/or execution environment (currently more than 60 million devices are managed from more than 80 CPE vendors. Page 11 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved
    • Customer Case: Vodafone E-Health E-Health M2M Device Management Application TR-069Highlights: DM (ACS) Lifecycle ManagementShort-time to market for:•Device Integration in OSGi Middleware•E-Health bundle TR-069Zero-touch configuration& Activation of SG and Apps. E-Health Sensor Abstraction, Communication & Management JVM and OSGi SDK OS (e.g. Linux) Ionics Plug Apps Computer Bluetooth Apps Enablers Page 12 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved
    • Conclusions• All aspects of the M2M gateway (device, apps, sensors) can be remotely managed through open standardized protocols (TR-069) reducing substantially the OPEX of the operator (carriers, utilities)• Short time-to-market of new applications thanks to OSGi middleware technology, SDK, sensor abstraction framework and communication abstraction framework• Alcatel-Lucent and ProSyst provide an open and managed M2M gateway solution enabling ‘simultaneously’ different kind of application (Energy, E-Health, Automotive, Security, Telematics, etc.) for any kind of environment (Home, Enterprise/building, Car, etc.) Page 13 OSGi Alliance Community Event 2011© 2008-2011. All Rights Reserved