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Gsc mstf 2011 M2M Smart Energy Management sagemcom

  1. 1. Smart Energy Management “From Innovation to Deployment” Dr. Thierry LESTABLE Technology & Innovation Manager – CTO Group SAGEMCOM SASGSC MSTF M2M Conference "M2M Standards as Growth Enablers” Atlanta, GA, September 20,–2011GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 GSC MSTF Meeting Atlanta,
  2. 2. About Sagemcom - History 1924 ::Birth of SAGEM 1924 Birth of SAGEM Sagem Sagem 1984 : Employee Buyout Sagem Sécurité 2005 ::Safran Group 2005 Safran Group Sagem Défense Sécurité Sagem Mobiles Merge Snecma + Sagem Merge Snecma + Sagem Sagem Communications 2008 ::Gores Group 2008 Gores Group Sagem Communications Sagem Communications 2011 ::The Carlyle Group 2011 The Carlyle Group Sagemcom Sagemcom GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  3. 3. Sagemcoms ambition is to become a leader in communications terminals with high added value Sagemcom operates in three markets : broadband, energy & telecoms, document management GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  4. 4. Sagemcom group turnover distribution - 2010Sales turnover 2010 = € 1,406 million6,000 employees at 12/31/2010 Sagemcom Energy & Telecom Sagemcom Broadband Broadband Broadband Energy Energy & Residential & Residential & Telecom & Telecom Terminals Terminals 19% 19% 30% 30% Sagemcom Documents 20% 20% 31% 31% Digital Digital Documents Documents Set-top Box Set-top Box GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  5. 5. Sagemcom Energy & Telecom –Key figures of 2010Sagemcom Sales turnover 2010 = € 1,406 millionSagemcom Energy & Telecom = 19% Energy M2M CommunicationsMetering Modules & VerticalMetering applicationsSystem FemtoEnergyManagement GSM-R Network & System Infrastructure Network Deployment Equipments Integration GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 5
  6. 6. R&D organization FRANCE: Rueil, Osny GERMANY: Bocholt Hamburg CANADA: Montreal AUSTRIA: Vienna US: California US: Texas TUNISIA: Tunis CHINA: Shenzhen,Tianjin, Beijing GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  7. 7. Sagemcom Energy & Telecom BU –Markets approach Developing smart applications and terminals on growing markets Automation Energy & Automotive Sustainable & Telematics Development Security & Transport Homecare Control & Telehealth GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 7
  8. 8. Energy Department – field application SMART Vehicule SMART BUILDING SMART HOMESMART METERING Smart car Charging point BMS Services applied to the building Multi services Home Management Energy Management Energy Management Local DisplayData modem Muc, Energy Gateway GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 8
  9. 9. Smart City: providing Key enablers What we are looking for….ultimately… Whilst avoiding ‘Big Brother’ & maintaining ‘Privacy’… GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  10. 10. SMART GRIDS Micro- generation ))) Revenue: 2.5 Billion EUR from HW only GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  11. 11. Smart Grid overview:some use cases of interest Long distance Real-Time : communication : Customers profiling access to isolated enabling good houses predictions in demand Micro- production = no need to use an : better knowledge additional power plant of energy produced to balance the Demand-side network management : boilers are activated during the night when electricity is available Smart building : Any disturbance due to a significant cost storm : action can be reduction on energy bill Security features taken inmediately based through remote Fire is detected : on real-time information monitoring relay can be Smart car : charge of electrical vehicles while switched off rapidly panels are producing GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 11
  12. 12. Smart Grids revenues & ROI - Smart Grids Wireless Revenues expected to reach 166Million EUR worldwide in 2015 (3 to 4% or Wireless M2M) Return On Investment (ROI): -Smart Meters: 5 Years -Smart Grids: add 10 Years Source: IDATE GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  13. 13. European Status on Smart Gridsfrom Pilot projects: still early stage Over €5.5Billion invested in 300 Smart Grids projects € 300Million coming from EU budget 10% EU Households have some sort of smart meters, BUT w/o providing full scale of services monitored energy consumption reduction by as much as 10% Smart Household appliances market 2011: $3 Billion 2015: $15 Billion Investments needed Smart Meters: 15% Smart Grids (rest of system): 85% GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  14. 14. Electricity Meters: French status Multi-index ‘Blue’ Meter Electronic Meter electromechanical Meter16.5 Million meters Linky 7.5 Million meters AMM 9 Million meters 33 millions meters, ¾ electromechanical Only 7.5 millions meters of ERDF (French main DSO) are electronic. Little or no communicating: Each demand of cut, reactivation, tariff or power subscribed modification needs a DSO intervention, Only electronic meters have a “TIC” port transmitting metering info. At most two reading a year Biannual reading by an operator needs, in 50% cases, user to be at home. Suppliers offers limited by access tariff structure Suppliers can’t have their own peak, peak-off,… GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  15. 15. Automated Meter Management (AMM)Smart Meter benefits Demand Side Well- Well-functioning Management and Automated Meter internal Market: reduction of CO2: Management: Better consumersReduction of peak load by Data storage informationconsumers information Events storage Better frequency andEasier connection for Remotely managed quality of billing datadistributed generation Soft Assist the participation ofshedding systems consumers in the electricityBetter network observability supply marketDemand side management Reduction of operating Easier access to data (ISand better fraud detection system costs: or TIC)in small isolated system will Reduction of cost andlimit tariff compensation Reduction of reading and delay of interventions interventions costs Reduction of “non technical losses” Reduction of treatment of billing claim Easier quality of supply management No need of user presence to do simple operations GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  16. 16. Linky: high level architecture & timeline new TIC Dry C. GPRS DSO 35M metersinteroperability Euridis port interoperability PLC 700k concentrators Users Suppliers TSO/DSO ot n ol pr ope oc Customer AMM Retailer/service provider limitJuly 2011: 250 000 (G1) LinkyFrench Energy Regulation Commission (CRE)Validated Experimental phase of Linky (G1) Generalization (G1) proposed by CRE+ ultimate meter should be G3 CPL Linky GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  17. 17. Linky G3 PLC (OFDM):Field proven solution (2009) OFDM System on CENELEC band A Extension of initial G3 PLC is now available G3 To cover higher CENELEC bands: B/C/BC/D/BCD/BD : [98.4 – 146.8] KHz 30 kHz 90 kHz Co-existence Tone notching for S-FSK compatibility •Transformer MV/LV traversal G1 G3 •Repeater capabilityPHY DetailsFEC: Reed-Solomon (RS) + CC(+Repetition code for robust mode)Modulation: DBPSK, DQPSK, (D8PSK)Link AdaptationCP-OFDMNfft = 256 IETF 6LoWPAN / LOAD Routing ~34Kbps MAC: IEEE 802.15.4 PHY:GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 G3 PLC (OFDM)
  18. 18. Prime PLC (OFDM):Field proven solution – Iberdrola 2011 Efficiency of Sagemcom OFDM Prime implementation Castellón (Spain) Test results on a group of more than 200 Sagemcom Prime meters 98% availability 6 levels of switch GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 18
  19. 19. Sagemcom Energy Department –customers approaches Meter operator DNO RETAILER Enable efficient Provide real-time business processes information Data Electricity Demand management Energy Box response smart meter C&I meter 2-way 2-way In-house communication communication display Smart grid Home automation AMM ENERGY Open the door for Create consumption new services Smart Grid GATEWAY awareness GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 19
  20. 20. Smart Digital Home:Towards Internet of Things (IoT)-Ubiquitous-Seamless Connectivity-User Centric-Ambient Intelligence-Social Network-Sustainable Micro- generation ))) GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  21. 21. Smart Metering - Energy Box:Deployment illustration GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  22. 22. Smart Digital Home Tungsten GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  23. 23. Energy Management – Real-timepersonal consumption Connected display to Energy Gateway to control energy consumption and services in real time Through any display devices What is my Are my solar What is my How much will electricity, gas or panels efficient ? carbon footprint be my electricity water How much did I ? bill ? consumption produce ? since Monday ? GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 23
  24. 24. Energy Management - Energy Gatewayconcept Gateway dedicated to energy Make it consumption and services Make it EASIER SMARTER •Large range of compatible •Optimized usage of peripherals energy at the best price Make it •Lighting, personal energy •Massive load shedding FASTER management on a large number of •Entertainment, security and customers •Real-time multi-energy healthcare index collection •Meter connection / disconnection •Customer profiling Make it Make it GREENER CONNECTED •Real-time measurement of •Ability to deal with local electricity production millions of devices •Remote configuration and •Extremely reliable survey of installations communication •Local production •Configuration and optimization software update of devices GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 24
  25. 25. From Smart Home To Smart Building Energy Collection Unit WAN: Wifi Ethernet 2G, 3G, 4G WAN: Wifi Ethernet 2G, 3G, 4G www LAN LAN Front-end SAGEMCOM communication server Energy boxes Load Real Time ! managementMicro-generation Application Energy server operator ENERGY GATEWAY AMR Local Display GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  26. 26. Demand/Response Use Case – « Une Bretagne d’avance »trial Managing part of the residential consumption during peak hours in order to optimize grid efficiency. Trial held by Edelia with Sagemcom technology. A peculiar energy situation in Brittany: •Grid architecture •Unable to warrant the whole need of electricity, growing by 3% every year. •Deploy in customer premises of Brittany a set of equipments to optimize electrical consumption related to the heating and the boiler systems. Summer Winter Benefits •Avoid exploitation of CO2 producing sources •Postponing of grid investments •Control from remote without affecting customers’ comfort GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 26
  27. 27. Home Networking Convergence Video Access Environme eHealth Security Femtocell Screen Set Top Box HGW Meter Control nt Appliance Sensor Sensor BROADBAND HOME NETWORK SENSOR NETWORK Quadruple Play Energy Managt, Home Control, eHealth QoS / Plug and Play / Easy install / Security Portable Applications OSGI TR69 TR69 / SNMP DLNA UPnP IP V6 IP V4 / V6 6LoWPAN / ZigBee Ethernet, WiFi, Home Plug , USB, G.Hn ZigBee, CPL, MBUS, X10 DECT, FXS, 3G/4G GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  28. 28. Communication betweencharging point & electric vehicle: a key issue Electric vehicles Bidirectional flow vehicle / grid Contribution to the Contribution to overall aim of eliminating peak Payment for the energy charged by the car reducing CO2 loads in the network emissions (storage of energy) Compensation for the energy delivered by the car Communication for the energy metering Need for a standardized technology allowing : Definition of the user readiness for charge GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 28
  29. 29. Energy Management – Smart Vehicle ISO 15 118 GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 29
  30. 30. Sagemcom Energy Management Systems GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 30
  31. 31. M2M Deployment Challenges Source: Yankee group, 2008 Need for OPEN Standards, Open API & SDK, industry groups, Incentive Regulation and Governance GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  32. 32. M2M Standards Landscape: Need forCoordination!!‘Do not Re-invent the Wheel!’ GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  33. 33. M2M Ecosystem’s Jungle: a small pieceof the puzzleSource: Orange GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  34. 34. Sagemcom Energy Dpt. – Partnerships Strong relationships to develop a smart environment together Technological Standard Institutions GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011 34
  35. 35. European Commission Mandates CEN, CENELEC and ETSI have set up a joint group to coordinate activities on the mandates in the field of Energy: M/441: Smart metering (ongoing) M/468: Electrical vehicles chargers (ongoing) M/490: Smart grid (Launched 1st March 2011) GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  36. 36. European Mandate 441 European Commission Enterprise and Industry WP1 - Use Cases Issue mandate M/441 toward 3 ESO’s WP2 – Assessment of existing technologies WP3 – Specifications and development WP4 – Create Conformance testing Smart Metering Co-ordination Group (SM-CG) WP5 – Proposal of standards Pre-Normative TC13 SR57 TC205 M2M ATTM SCP 3GPP Documents TC WG2 SC205A PLT ERM TISPAN 294 GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  37. 37. ETSI TC M2M Use Cases TR 102 692 TR 102 732 TR 102 857 TR 102 898 TR 102 897 Smart eHealth Connected Automotive City Metering consumer automationPUBLISHED TS 102 689 Stage 1 M2M Service Requirements PUBLISHED TR 1xx xxx TR 102 725 Interworking M2M with M2M Area TS 102 690 Definitions Networks Stage 2 M2M Functional Architecture TR 102 935 TR 101 531 TR 102 167 Smart Grid TS 102 921 Re-use of 3GPP Threat analysis and Stage 3 nodes by M2MSC counter measures impacts on M2M Communications; mIa, dIa and mId interfaces layer to M2M service M2M layer GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  38. 38. European Commission:Privacy Protection Guidance Need for Governance Actions Privacy & protection of personnal Data Trust, Acceptance & Security StandardizationInternet of ThingsInternet of Things for People GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  39. 39. IoT: Privacy act (US) Notice Privacy Labeling Deactivation GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  40. 40. Need for Trust, Privacy & Security Customer behaviour (privacy) can be easily Identified, classified, and exploited commercially Sounds intrusive. ? STRONG Need to Inform & educate! As always with M2M… We need to learn more from Experience! GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  41. 41. Wireless M2M: 4 pillars GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  42. 42. Vertical Markets in LTE GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  43. 43. Investing in LTE: 237 Operators in 85 Countries 26 Commercial LTE NW launched 161 LTE User Devices (July 2011) 174 Commercial LTE Commitments in 64 countries 63 additional pre-commitment trials 93 LTE Networks are anticipated to be in Commercial service by end of 2012! GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  44. 44. LTE Ecosystem is maturing fast! +160 User Devices available….Smart Phones M-Tablets DSL-Routers + USB Dongles + Netbooks, etc… GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  45. 45. LTE, Energy & Utilities (1/3): VTel, US VTel reached agreement with CVPS/GMP (merging) to provide Smart Metering Communications services, thank to the LTE Wireless Open World (WOW) network (fully deployed by 2013), funded via Gvt Broadband rural plan. WOW GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  46. 46. LTE, Energy & Utilities (2/3): TEN (US) GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  47. 47. LTE, Energy & Utilities (3/3): EnergyAustralia - Currently rolling out WiMAX Network - 150 sites - 12000 Smart Monitoring devices - 3000 Mobile Field computers - 200 Substations - Already plan migration to FULL LTE Network - Trials in 2011: 15 sites GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  48. 48. Worldwide Mobile Broadband Spectrum: Problem #1 FDD: 2x70MHz FDD: 2x35MHz TDD: 50MHz FDD Hong-Kong 7 3 China Mobile 2600 1800AWS TeliaSonera Genius Brand Vodafone CSL Ltd O2 … Major TD-LTE Market … (incl. India) VerizonmetroPCS AT&T 21 NTT DoCoMo 1500Refarming and Extensions are still to come…Fragmentation & Harmonization of Spectrum is yet another critical problem! Digital Dividend GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  49. 49. LTE Royalty Level: Need for PatentPool facilitation? Problem #2 14.8% LTE/SAE Declarations to ETSI by PO M2M Critical constraint is COST EFFICIENCY!! © 2011 Sisvel (www.sisvel.com) GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  50. 50. LTE & 4G patents $12.5 billion 6000+ patents 24000+ patents $4.5 billion WHO’s NEXT?… $2.6 billion $340 Million $770 Million Risk to ‘Kill’ the Business… Especially in Vertical Markets! Monopoly? GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  51. 51. Verizon LTE Innovation CenterLTE Connected Car Office in the Box Connected Home (incl. eHealth) Bicycle LiveEdge.TV GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  52. 52. M2M European R&D Innovation:FP7 EXALTED EXpAnding LTE for Devices GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  53. 53. 2 International Workshops on M2M 2011 2012 - IEEE Globecom 2011, - IEEE WCNC 2012, Houston, Texas, US Paris, France http://www.ict-exalted.eu/ GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  54. 54. Conclusions:Accelerating Smart Grid Deployment European View ‘from Innovation to Deployment’ Developing Technical Standards EC mandates to CEN, CENELEC, ETSI Ensuring Data protection for consumers Establishing relevant regulatory framework to provide incentives to Smart Grid deployment By 3rd Sept 2012: EACH state member implementation plan & timetable for roll-out of Smart Metering also regulatory incentive schemes for Smart Grids Guaranteeing open & competitive retail market in the interest of consumers Providing continuing support to innovation Over last decade: €300Million spent in R&D projects from EC European Electricity Grids Initiative (EEGI) established in June 2011 Detailed implementation plan till 2018 + investments estimate: €2 Billion GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011
  55. 55. Thanks for your attention…Special thanks to:-Marc Le Gourrierec-Gilles Fouché-Frank Harnay-Thierry Vernet GSC MSTF Meeting – Atlanta, GA , USA – Sept. 20-21, 2011

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