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OrangeOpen Home Automation InfrastructureJean-Michel Ortholand, André BottaroOrange LabsNovember, 24th, 2011              ...
Outline 1 – The Home Automation market is a new world of applications 2 – However, the Home Automation market just slowly ...
1 – The Home Automation market is a newworld of applicationsPage 3   Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ort...
What is Orange Home Automation ? A bunch of services and smart devices installed at home that allow •  an always-on system...
French caseConsumers equipment perspectivesPage 5   Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
Home Automation and Smart Home •  Other services can be met by the Home Automation    infrastructure         •  Health: Th...
2 – The Home Automation market just slowly emergesPage 7   Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A....
A slowly emerging market                               Many service providers and solution integrators initiatives…electri...
Heterogeneity of local networks      communication protocols Wired and powerline Communication                            ...
3 – Orange proposes a technical & economicalopportunity to Home actorsPage 10   Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure...
Orange commitment : open the Home          to the Internet …                          Open for third-party                ...
Opportunity : Catalyze the market through the    share of a common technical infrastructure     •        Leverage a common...
4 – Orange chooses OSGi technologyand ProSyst and starts first experimentsPage 13   Orange Open Home Automation Infrastruc...
Orange open infrastructure                                                                                                ...
Software stack Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
OSGi and ProSyst                                                                •  Sharing and isolation                  ...
5 – Challenges remain for the infrastructure tobe open to 3rd party applicationsPage 17   Orange Open Home Automation Infr...
An advanced state of the art, however incompleteEmbedded service software platform                                        ...
6 – Open the box!Page 19   Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
Orange and ProSyst ambition•  Create a dynamic market of applications with Home players:                                  ...
ThanksOrange Open Home Automation InfrastructureJean-Michel Ortholand, André BottaroOrange LabsNovember, 24th, 2011   Oran...
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The Home Automation market will not emerge until telecom operators open and share their connectivity and management infrastructure API to third parties. Challenges are today on the delivery of these APIs and the guarantees to offer every actor to use this open infrastructure. Challenges include the deployment of applications on a shared embedded execution environment. Orange is currently developing and testing a connectivity infrastructure for Home Automation. This infrastructure is open in terms of (i) service providers, whom applications can interact with home devices from the Cloud, or can be embedded in the Orange Home Controller; and in terms of (ii) devices, the Orange Home Controller integrating a Zigbee chip and being extensible, through USB dongle to other protocols. OSGi, leveraged by ProSyst products and competencies, has been chosen as a robust, and already industrial execution platform, for embedded applications, which is able to guarantee sharing and isolation between third parties' code -, including competitors. Beyond the use of existing and standardOSGi bundles, Orange has defined a very simple interface for services providers, in order to enable their interaction with sensors & activators from the Cloud. For the end-user and the applications providers Orange also enables a secured management of access rights on devices. The presentation will provide details about this development, the technical and standardization challenges telecom operators have to jointly overcome as well as on the vision and the roadmap of the public delivery of this development.

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  1. 1. OrangeOpen Home Automation InfrastructureJean-Michel Ortholand, André BottaroOrange LabsNovember, 24th, 2011 Page 1
  2. 2. Outline 1 – The Home Automation market is a new world of applications 2 – However, the Home Automation market just slowly emerges 3 – Orange proposes a technical & economical opportunity to Home actors 4 – Orange chooses OSGi technology and ProSyst and starts first experiments 5 – Challenges remain for the infrastructure to be open to 3rd party applications 6 – Open the box!Page 2 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  3. 3. 1 – The Home Automation market is a newworld of applicationsPage 3 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  4. 4. What is Orange Home Automation ? A bunch of services and smart devices installed at home that allow •  an always-on system that watches over your home and alerts you if something goes wrong (Serenity) •  an easy management of actuators with well designed and rich interfaces (Comfort) •  the optimisation of electricity and gas consumptions (Energy)Page 4 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  5. 5. French caseConsumers equipment perspectivesPage 5 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  6. 6. Home Automation and Smart Home •  Other services can be met by the Home Automation infrastructure •  Health: The care of elderly or handicapped people at home (Ambient Assisted Living) •  Wellness: A coach at Home •  Multimedia : Content sharing •  A new world of applications will emerge with the variety of sensors, actuators, and devices that become availablePage 6 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  7. 7. 2 – The Home Automation market just slowly emergesPage 7 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  8. 8. A slowly emerging market Many service providers and solution integrators initiatives…electricity Security & energy Homescope, Offer with Energy@Ho energy Security demand Androïd@Homeefficiency energy efficiency trial to see at home iJenko me with monitoring responsepilot monitoring with alertme Electrolux, with remote with EPS Enel, Indesit on/off switch Video- energy & surveillance Smoke security detection with Homes Delta Dore … and business actors that play both as service providers and product manufacturers •  The Smart Home Market is fragmented into niche markets •  Proprietary protocols, APIs and solutions •  Expensive solutions with a professional installation •  Numerous partnerships on vertical applications ⇒  Weak ecosystem structure ⇒  Weak infrastructure for sharing applications ⇒  Multiple standards = weak integration Page 8
  9. 9. Heterogeneity of local networks communication protocols Wired and powerline Communication Radio Communication DPWSHigh rate protocols IP application protocols EthernetLow rate protocols Page 9 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  10. 10. 3 – Orange proposes a technical & economicalopportunity to Home actorsPage 10 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  11. 11. Orange commitment : open the Home to the Internet … Open for third-party services Devices TV Phone Computer Open for third-party devicesPage 11 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  12. 12. Opportunity : Catalyze the market through the share of a common technical infrastructure •  Leverage a common ICT infrastructure •  Standard sensor networks •  Advanced Home Gateway or a box dedicated to home automation apps •  Remote Device/Network Management platform •  To lower the barriers and make the market emerge •  Lower installation and maintenance costs of each service •  Go beyond quadruple play, accelerate service delivery •  Enlarge the Home Automation marketShared sensors Embedded software platform hosting applications. Remote HMIs Adv. Home gateway or dedicated box ation applic Home Controller 3rd party platforms Home Application stores Shared screens Operator platform Shared infrastructure Page 12 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  13. 13. 4 – Orange chooses OSGi technologyand ProSyst and starts first experimentsPage 13 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  14. 14. Orange open infrastructure Specific Home controller : -  a multi-services / multi-partners -  API to manage java/OSGi running environment and to supervise -  security, right management, Third Home Area isolation Third -  SDK to interact with Home AN party(s) party(s) Information Network application Controller and devices System -  Native ZigBee HA communication, extensible to API API other RF protocols Management Access & supervision Platform Platform Third party local application Home Home Controller Box-  API to initiateinteraction from theCloud with HomeControllers anddevices HOME DEVICES-  Security, right Activators, sensorsmanagement-  No messagetransport Page 14 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  15. 15. Software stack Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  16. 16. OSGi and ProSyst •  Sharing and isolation •  Java •  Embedded solution •  Main provider for embedded OSGi •  Industrial approach (licensing, standardization) •  HDM abstraction layerPage 16 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  17. 17. 5 – Challenges remain for the infrastructure tobe open to 3rd party applicationsPage 17 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  18. 18. An advanced state of the art, however incompleteEmbedded service software platform Partial solution to be improvedResource sharing and isolation on a common embedded software OSGi is the technology reference on the market before .NET andplatform Androïd but it addresses only code sharing and isolationRobustness, adaptation to constrained devices, transactional OSGi Micro Edition – specified by Orange and IS2T, maintainedguaranties by IS2T – shows promises, however demands testing and tools.Security – management of the access rights to applications, tohardware functions and to deployed sensorsDynamic and distributed application programming, data mediationinfrastructureDevice and software management platform and application Partial solution to be improvedshopsModular validation of applications Tools are needed to bring guarantees before deploymentOpenness of device management platforms and application shop Secure and scalable tools remain to be developed.tools to 3rd partiesModular application deployment and administration Protocols exist (TR-69) and need to be adapted and integrated.Sensor network management Protocols (TR-69) need to be adapted and tested against concrete use cases based on new low rate sensor networks (ZigBee).Hardware box platform and sensor networks Partial solution to be improvedLow power and low cost technology requirementsTechnology interoperability The promise of ZigBee and IPv6 must be guaranteed.Consistent integration of sensor network technologies on ahardware platform Page 18 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  19. 19. 6 – Open the box!Page 19 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  20. 20. Orange and ProSyst ambition•  Create a dynamic market of applications with Home players: Application designers (bundles & services)‫‏‬ Platform administrators & application stores Techno providers (SW part of the platform)‫‏‬ Hardware providers (HW part of the platform)‫‏‬•  Standardize the infrastructure: OSGi, HGI, BBF, UPnP … and ZigBee•  Keep in touch for the using of Orange APIs ! Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro
  21. 21. ThanksOrange Open Home Automation InfrastructureJean-Michel Ortholand, André BottaroOrange LabsNovember, 24th, 2011 Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure - J.M. Ortholand, A. Bottaro Page 21 Page 21
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