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Ieee pimrc 2011 M2M challenges - WWRF - exalted

  1. 1. Challenges & Trends for Next Generation M2M/IoT Dr. Thierry LestableTechnology & Innovation Manager, CTO group SAGEMCOM SAS
  2. 2. Mobile Broadband (MBB) ExperienceConnected Life: Home, on-the-move, Work Traffic Generated = 24 x = 515 x = 122 x Source: CISCO VNI Mobile 2011 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 2
  3. 3. Smart City What we are looking for….ultimately… Whilst avoiding ‘Big Brother’ & maintaining ‘Privacy’… 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 3
  4. 4. Exploding MBB Traffic COVERAGE ERA Capacity CAPACITY ERA HetNets are the solution Source: CISCO VNI Mobile 201112/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 4
  5. 5. Connected objects: Segmentation map 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 5
  6. 6. M2M Market:Maturity assessmentSource: ORANGE 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 6
  7. 7. Wireless M2M: 4 pillars 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 7
  8. 8. M2M Deployment Challenges Source: Yankee group, 2008 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 8
  9. 9. High Level (simplified) M2MArchitecture Capillary Network Operator platform M2M Gateway ClientApplication 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 9
  10. 10. Trends in Key functionalitiesfor M2M•Intelligent devices (processing power, •Object discovery services, associatedsensing and context awareness, with additional information such as location,communication) time, sensor information (IETF ESDS =•Efficient internetworking of Extensible Supply chain Discoveryheterogeneous networked embedded Service); object classes (identifiers,devices; sensors, actuators, transmitters/bridges,•Platform for shared information; Access to processors)information in a secure and trusted •Miniaturization (nano-technology):manner;composable information for new towards smart dustservices of Real World Integration (RWI) •Hierarchical communications networks•Distributed decision making (from short-range to wide area), pervasive•Interfacing from capillary network communications; Real time infrastructure;technologies to telecom networks, and from Resilience (ability to respond to failures)M2M capabilities to service platforms •Energy efficiency and harvesting•Security and privacy at NetworkedEmbedded Device, infrastructure andservice levels•Identity management: multiple identifiersfor people, machines, objects; identityassignment eMobility Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) 2010 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 10
  11. 11. Cellular M2M Deployment:Challenges & constraints• M2M Services Market Awareness• Revenue per Connection – Low ARPU, BUT low Churn• Complex Business Models & Pricing• Network Scalability & Complexity• Interoperability & Standards – Spectrum fragmentation, refarming, Certifications• Connectivity – Interworking, Interop, life-cycle• Energy Efficiency• Reliability of the Network – Service Level Agreement (SLA): reliable connectivity• Applications – Facilitate Application Developers’ work Source: FP7 EXALTED, report D2.2 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 11
  12. 12. Benefits from M2MStandardization• Faster & more efficient solutions to M2M barriers• Interoperable M2M services & networks – Wider Market & Reuse solutions • Cost-effective – Facilitate Certifications – Facilitate licensing/IPR 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 12
  13. 13. M2M Standards LandscapeWANCapillary12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 13
  14. 14. M2M Ecosystem’s JungleSource: Orange 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 14
  15. 15. ETSI TC M2M Use CasesTR 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 PUBLISHEDTR 1xx xxx TR 102 725 Interworking M2Mwith M2M Area TS 102 690 Definitions Networks Stage 2 M2M Functional ArchitectureTR 102 935 TR 101 531 TR 102 167Smart Grid TS 102 921 Re-use of 3GPP Threat analysis and Stage 3 nodes by M2MSC counter measuresimpacts on M2M Communications; mIa, dIa and mId interfaces layer to M2M service M2M layer12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 15
  16. 16. Smart Digital Home Convergence towardsInternet of Things (IoT)
  17. 17. Smart Digital Home Price decrase Vs Added Value Services & Customization Innnovation Global Solutions SIP Flexibility Technical SupportVery High Throughput Enabling Middlewaremore advanced services Open Software & SDK FTTH Local Connectivity 3.0 & Device Management Tungsten12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 17
  18. 18. Smart Digital Home:Towards IoT-Ubiquitous-Seamless Connectivity-User Centric-Ambient Intelligence-Social Network-Sustainable Micro- generation ))) 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 18
  19. 19. SMART HOME:enabling added values services Micro- generation )))-Heterogeneity -Standards -Devices-Increased A ‘box’ will stay as -Complexity Reference point -Traffic Concentrating capillary NW 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 19
  20. 20. Home NetworkConvergence Video Access Environme eHealthSecurity 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 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 20
  21. 21. Capillary Network & Wireless Sensors Network (WSN) Key TechnologiesFrom proprietary solutions towards IP smart objects…
  22. 22. Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) evolution Price Scalability Cabling Proprietary ZigBee 6lowpan radio + network Internet Z-Wave, prop. ZigBee and 6lowpan Any vendor ISM etc. WHART ISA100 Cables Vendor Complex Open development lock-in middleware and portability 1980s 2000 2006 2008 -> Increased Productivity 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 22
  23. 23. Konnex (KNX)Worldwide Home & building Automation European Installation Bus (EIB) is an European Std (ISO), created in 1987. It is thus Open Std. • International Std: ISO/IEC 14543-3 • European Std: • CENELEC EN50090 • CEN EN 13321-1 / 13321-2 • Chinese Std: GB/Z 20965 • US Std: ANSI/ASHRAE 135 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 23
  24. 24. KNX: The EIB BusEIB Bus system principle Medium Transmission: -Twisted Pair (TP) -Powerline (PL) -RF 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 24
  25. 25. ISA 100: Industrial AutomationISA100.11a Wireless is based on ISA: International Society for AutomationIEEE 802.15.4 (WPAN) & IETF 6LoWPAN 802.15.4-2006 2.4 GHz used as in standard Except: carrier sensing is optional 802.15.4-2006 MAC sub-layer used as in the standard ISA100.11a adds MAC features on-top of this Channel hopping Slotted hopping and slow hopping Time coordination No MAC retransmissions No 802.15.4 beacon mode features used 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 25
  26. 26. WirelessHART12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 26
  27. 27. Bluetooth (Master in one piconet can bePiconet (up to 7 active Devices) bridge a slave in another) 2.4 GHz ISM band 79 x 1MHz channels BT version Throughput (Mbps) v1.2 1 v2.0+EDR 3 v3.0 + HS 24 Star Topology scatternet Max Range Max Power1998 - BT technology is officially introduced and the Bluetooth SIG is formed. Class (m) dBm mWBluetooth technologys intended basic purpose is to be a wire replacement 1 100 20 1001999 - Bluetooth 1.0 Specification is introduced. 2 10 4 2,5 3 1 0 12003 - announcement of Version 2.1.2004 - v 2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) is introduced.2005 - v 2.0 + EDR begin to hit the market in late 2005.2007 - v 2.1 + EDR is adopted by the Bluetooth SIG.2009 - v 3.0 + HS (High Speed) is adopted by the Bluetooth SIG. Wi-Fi as alternate PHY/MAC2010 – v4.0: WiBree (Ultra Low Power) integrated into Bluetooth, as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Up to 7 controllers 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 27
  28. 28. Zigbee IEEE 802.15.4 features Data rates of 250 kbps, 40 kbps, and 20 kbps. Two addressing modes; 16-bit short and 64-bit IEEE addressing. Support for critical latency devices, such as joysticks. CSMA-CA channel access. Automatic network establishment by the coordinator. Fully handshaked protocol for transfer reliability. Power management to ensure low power consumption. 16 channels in the 2.4GHz ISM band, 10 channels in the 915MHz I and one channel in the 868MHz band. 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 28
  29. 29. Home Automation12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 29
  30. 30. Wavenis OSA12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 30
  31. 31. IP for Smart Object (IPSO) Alliance Support Activities Activities – IETF 6LoWPAN – Interoperability Tests (IOT) – IETF ROLL – Architecture Design – ISA100 – Technology Proof of – IEEE Concepts (PoC) – White Papers – Tutorials/Dissemination 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 31
  32. 32. Smart Grids
  33. 33. SMART GRIDS Micro- generation ))) Revenue: 2.5 Billion EUR from HW only12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 33
  34. 34. 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 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 34
  35. 35. Smart Grids – Worldwide status- Smart Meters and Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) are first deployed Regulation & Government incentive plan Are Crucial ! Source: IDATE 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 35
  36. 36. European CommissionMandatesCEN, 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 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 36
  37. 37. European Commission:Mandate M441 / Smart Meter « The General objective of this mandate is to create European standards that will enable interoperability of utility meters (water, gas, electricity, heat), which can then improve the means by which Customers’ awareness of actual consumption can be raised in order to allow timely adaptation to their demands (commonly referred to as ‘smart metering’) » 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 37
  38. 38. European Commission:Mandate M441 / Smart Meter 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 38
  39. 39. 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 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 39
  40. 40. 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,… 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 40
  41. 41. Smart Metering: Deploymentillustration 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 41
  42. 42. From Smart To Smart Home Building Energy Collection Unit WAN: Wifi Ethernet GPRS WAN: Wifi Ethernet GPRS www LAN LAN Front-end SAGEM communication Communications server Energ y Load Real Time ! boxes managementMicro-generation Application Energy server operator ENERGY GATEWAY AMR Local Display 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 42
  43. 43. Grids meet Telcos 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 43
  44. 44. 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. WOW12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 44
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  46. 46. - 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 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 46
  47. 47. LTE & M2M
  48. 48. Worldwide Mobile Broadband Spectrum 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 1500 Refarming and Extensions are still to come… Digital Dividend Fragmentation & Harmonization of Spectrum is yet another critical problem! 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 48
  49. 49. Investing in LTE: 237 Operatorsin 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! 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 49
  50. 50. LTE Ecosystem is maturingSmart Phones fast! M-Tablets DSL-Routers + USB Dongles + Netbooks, etc… 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 50
  51. 51. Vertical Markets in LTE 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 51
  52. 52. LTE Royalty Level: Needfor Patent Pool facilitation? 14.8% LTE/SAE Declarations to ETSI by PO M2M Critical constraint is COST EFFICIENCY!! © 2011 Sisvel (www.sisvel.com) 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 52
  53. 53. LTE & 4G patents $12.5 billion 6000+ patents 24000+ patents $4.5 billion WHO’s NEXT?… $2.6 billion Risk to ‘Kill’ the Business… Especially in Vertical Markets! $340 Million $770 Million Monopoly?12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 53
  54. 54. Machine-Type Communications(MTC) in 3GPP 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 54
  55. 55. 3GPP MTC: Service REQ MTC Common Service REQ DetailsDevice Triggering MTC Device shall be able to receive trigger indications from the network and shall establish communication with the MTC Server when receiving the trigger indication. Possible options may include: -Receiving trigger indication when the MTC Device is offline. -Receiving trigger indication when the MTC Device is online, but has no data connection established. -Receiving trigger indication when the MTC Device is online and has a data connection establishedAddressing MTC Server in a public address space can successfully send a mobile terminated message to the MTC Device inside a private IP address spaceIdentifiers uniquely identify the ME, the MTC subscriber. Manage numbers & identifiers. Unique Group Id.Charging Charging per MTC Device or MTC Group.Security MTC optimizations shall not degrade security compared to non-MTC communicationsRemote MTC Device Management The management of MTC Devices should be provided by existing mechanisms (e.g. OMA DM, TR-069) 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 55
  56. 56. 3GPP MTC: Features MTC Feature DetailsLow Mobility MNO change 1) Frequency of Mobility Mgt procedures, or per device, 2) Location updates performed by MTC deviceTime Controlled MTC Applications that can tolerate to send or receive data only during defined time intervals and avoid unnecessary signalling outside these defined time intervals. Different charging can apply.Time Tolerant MTC Devices that can delay their data transfer. The purpose of this functionality is to allow the network operator to prevent MTC Devices that are Time Tolerant from accessing the network (e.g. in case of radio access network overload)Packet Switched (PS) only network operator shall be able to provide PS only subscriptions with or without assigning an MSISDNSmall Data Trx The system shall support transmissions of small amounts of data with minimal network impact (e.g. signalling overhead, network resources, delay for reallocation)Mobile originated only Reduce Frequency of Mobility Management Procedures (Signalling)Infrequent Mobile Terminated MTC Device: mainly mobile originated communications Reduce Mobility Management SignallingMTC Monitoring Detect unexpected behaviour, changes, and loss of connectivity (configurable by user) Warning to MTC server (other actions configurable by user)Priority Alarm Theft, vandalism, tampering Precedence over aby other MTC feature (MAX priority!)Secure Connection Secure connection between MTC Device and MTC server even during Roaming.Location Specific Trigger initiate a trigger to the MTC Devices based on area information provided to the network operatorNetwork Provided Destination for MTC Applications that require all data from an MTC Device to be directed to a network provided destination IP address.Uplink DataInfrequent Transmission The network shall establish resource only when transmission occursGroup Based (GB) MTC features 1 MTC device associated to 1 single MTC group. Combined QoS policy (GB policing): A maximum bit rate for the data that is sent/received by a MTC Group shall be enforced GB addressing: mechanism to send a broadcast message to a MTC Group, e.g. to wake up the MTC Devices that are members of that MTC Group 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 56
  57. 57. LTE:Local IP Access (LIPA) 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 57
  58. 58. LTE:Selected IP Traffic Offload(SIPTO) SIPTO Traffic CN L-PGW MME RAN S5 S11 S1-U S5 eNB S-GW P-GW UE CN Traffic 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 58
  59. 59. LTE: IP Flow Mobility andSeamless Offload (IFOM)IP Flow Mobility and Seamless Offload (IFOM) is used to carry (simultaneously) some of UE’s traffic over WIFI to offload Femto Access! IETF RFC-5555, DSMIPv6 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 59
  60. 60. GSMA- Smart Card Application Group (SCAG) - Embedded SIM Task Force - Updated remotely with operators credentials (even after sale) - Secure re-provisioning of alternative operators Liaison with ETSI Smart Card Platform (SCP) Then to 3GPP CT6 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 60
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  63. 63. Verizon LTE InnovationCenterLTE Connected Car Office in the Box Connected Home (incl. eHealth) Bicycle LiveEdge.TV 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 63
  64. 64. WiMAX –M2M & Smart GridsIEEE 802.16p, 802.16n
  65. 65. WiMAX community turns toM2MIEEE 802.16p IEEE 802.16n (GRIDMAN) – Machine-to-Machine – Smart Grids (M2M) – Emergency, Public – Approved: Sept. 2010 Safety!! – Expiration: Dec. 2014 • Misleading title, stands for: – Greater Reliability InURL: Disrupted Metroplotian Area NWhttp://ieee802.org/16/m2m/index.html – Approved: June 2010 – Expiration: Dec. 2014 URL: http://wirelessman.org/gridma n/index.html 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 65
  66. 66. WiMAX M2M: Requirements& FeaturesExtremely Low Power ConsumptionHigh ReliabilityEnhanced Access Priority – Alarms, Emergency calls etc…(Health, Public safety, Surveillance…)Extremely Large Numbers of DevicesAddressingGroup ControlSecuritySmall burst transmissionLow/no mobilityTime Controlled Operation (pre-defined scheduling)Time Tolerant operationsOne-Way Data trafficExtremely Low Latency (e.g. Emergency..)Extremely Long Range AccessInfrequent traffic Looks quite similar to 3GPP MTC… 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 66
  67. 67. WiMAX M2M: Potential impacts M2M Requirements & Potential Directions with impacts on Standard FeaturesLow Power Consumption Idle/Sleep modes, Power savings in active mode. Link Adaptation, UL Power Ctrl, Ctrl Signalling, Device Cooperation.High Reliability Link Adaptation protocol with very robust MCS. Enhanced Interference Mitigation procedures. Device Collaboration with redundant and/or alternate paths (e.g. diversity)Enhanced Access priority BW request protocol, NW entry/re-entry, ARQ/HARQ, frame structureTransmission attemps Large Numbers Link Adaptation, ARQ/HARQ, frame structure, Ctrl signalling, NW entry/re-entryof DevicesGroup Control Group ID location, Ctrl signalling, paging, Sleep mode initiation, multi-cast operation, BW request/allocation, connection Mgt protocolsSmall burst transmission New QoS profiles, burst Mgt, SMS transmission mechanism, BW request/allocation protocols, Channel Coding, frame structure. Low-overhead Ctrl signaling for Small Data. Smaller resource unit!Low/no mobility Mobility Mgt protocol. Signaling w.r.t Handover preparation & execution migt be turned off. Idle mode. Measurements/feedback protocls, pilot structure.Extremely Long Range access Low & roust modulation schemes, higher power transmissionInfrequent traffic Simplifications to Sleep/idle mode protocol Keeping in Mind BACKWARD compatibility12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 67
  68. 68. M2M & SecurityNeed for Regulation & Mandates
  69. 69. IoT, European Commission12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 69
  70. 70. IoT, European CommissionNeed for Governance Actions – Privacy & protection of personnal Data – Trust, Acceptance & Security – Standardization Internet of Things Internet of Things for People 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 70
  71. 71. Privacy Protection: 4 facets 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 71
  72. 72. IoT: Privacy act (US) Notice Privacy Labeling Deactivation 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 72
  73. 73. Need for Trust, Privacy & Security Customer behaviour (privacy) can be easily Identified, classified, and exploited commercially intrusive. ?12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 73
  74. 74. ITS overview12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 74
  75. 75. Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Security & Safety • Stolen vehicle tracking • eCall Services • Roadside Assistance This market is expected to grow significantly thanks to country specific regulation : in US with E911 & E912 directives (“GM Onstar” standard launched in the Americas by GM and ChevyStar), in Brazil with tracking device required in all new cars from mid2009; in Europe with eCall from 2011: from 6M OBU in 2012 to 9M in 2013 (Movea). Interests in automotive marketRoad Charge Insurance• DSRC Module • Monitor leased & mortgaged vehicles• GPS Tolling capabilities • Pay as you drive solutions with CrownThis market is expected to grow Telecom 24Horas in Brazil (VW), other insignificantly thanks to environmental France & Italy.policies in developed countries (TollCollect in Germany, Czech Rep,Kilometre Price in NL, Ecotaxe in Navigation & Driver ServicesFrance) and to efficient toll collect • Dynamic Traffic Informationprograms in emerging countries. • Route Calculation • Real-time Alerts 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Very fragmented market. Forum 75
  76. 76. Public Transports Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) & infotainment Kids VoD Music & Video Streaming News, social Net Videos, music, sport OS, touchscreen user interface Media players… LTE radio12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 76
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  78. 78. French Railway12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 78
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  80. 80. FP7 EXALTEDEXpAnding LTE for Devices 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 80
  81. 81. LTE-MPHY, MAC, RRC & Enablers - support of huge number of devices in cell - simplification of signal processing in order to reduce Power Consumption & cost, reduce PAPR - Random Channel Access - Broadcast & Multicast enhancement - new waveforms - Antenna Techniques optimized for M2M - Slotted Access to prevent RACH overload - Persistent scheduling (e.g. VoIP) reduce signalling - new coding schemes (LT, Raptors) for Broadcast/Multicast @PHY Layer - SON, Spectrum Sensing… FP7 EXALTED: D3.1, ‘LTE-M Algorithms and Procedures’ 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 81
  82. 82. Ubiquitous Connectivity,Interoperability REQ• Ubiquitous Radio Access• Interoperability – Seamless scenario with full Heterogeneous Networks, collaborating towards same goal • Multi-RAT + WSN• Pervasive IP Connectivity – Connectivity to internet • IPv6 deployment – Versatility: • independent from vendors, HW etc… full interop – Lower cost • Unlike proprietary protocols, easy to deploy & maintain 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 82
  83. 83. Security REQ• Prevention of intrusion & execution of code• Intrusion detection• Validation of nodes’ integrity• Remote management of security services• Integrity of transmitted data• Confidentiality• Non-repudiation• Key management• Authentication & authorization / NW Access Control 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 83
  84. 84. Workshops on M2M2011 2012- IEEE Globecom 2011, - IEEE WCNC 2012,Houston, Texas, US Paris, France http://www.ict-exalted.eu/ 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 84
  85. 85. Thanks for your attention… http://www.ict-exalted.eu/ 12/09/2011 Wireless World Research Forum 85

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