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A webinar by Wilhelm Rauss on the Internet of Things.

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  • Internet of Things (IoT) Webinar – September 24, 2012 Wilhelm Rauss Focus Area Director, Ericsson2012-09-24 IoT Program
  • Overview and Status of the TIVIT IoT SHOK Program TOPICS• IoT Project Timeline and Project Changes• IoT Program Partners 2012• General Four Year Plan• Program Achievements till September 2012• Ongoing Activities• Challenges and Goals 2
  • IoT Project Timeline and Project Changes • 4-year-program De-factostart of IoT Today • Subsidized by the Finnish government activities • Program started Q1/2012 • Program ends Q4/2015 • Agile Teams ”Tieto” forced ”Nokia” will to quit ”Componen- withdraw from • 3 sprints per year participation tality” joins IoT for 2013 due to IoT due to • More than 200 experts involved financial crisis financial crisis • Estimated program budget (4 years): 50 - 60 ”Polar” million € ”Laturi” takes withdraws from the over all tasks from Polar • 2012: 26 consortium partners from industry and project. research organizations 3
  • IoT Program Partners 2012• Elektrobit • Componentality *2 • Aalto University• Ericsson • Cybercube *2 • Laurea University of Applied Sciences• F-Secure • Finnet Group • Tampere University of Technology• Metso • Finwe • University of Helsinki• Nokia • Mattersoft • University of Jyväskylä• Polar Electro *1 • Mikkelin Puhelin • University of Oulu• Renesas Mobile • Mobisoft • University of Tampere• TeliaSonera • Refecor • VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland• Tieto *1 • There Corporation LEGEND: *1: Partner withdrew during 2012 *2: Partner joined after IoT project start Laturi Corporation Oy 4
  • General Four Year Plan 2012 2013 2014 2015 App App App App Transport Security EnergyHealth Interoperability, connectivity, IoT ICT SHOK access control, service discovery, privacy Fixed/wireless connectivity IoT optimized fixed/wireless connectivity Within 4 years the foundations for new horizontal solutions shall exist! Goal is to move from silos towards horizontal solutions. 5
  • Program Achievements till Sept. 2012 By 2017 the Finnish ICT industry is a recognized leader in the IoT domain due to its expertise in standards, software, devices, and business models integrating various vertical industry segments• The program has published or submitted over 20 scientific articles• Accepted articles include IEEE SECON, ACM SIGCOMM workshop on Mobile Cloud Computing, IEEE Globecom workshop on IoT, ACM ExtremeCom• Submitted articles to IEEE Communications, IEEE Network magazine, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, and many conferences• Significant contributions to IETF CoAP and HOMENET, IEEE 802.11ah, 3GPP LTE, … 6
  • Program Achievements till Sept. 2012Elaborated Publications On Mobile Vehicular LTE Relay Node Suitability for the Internet of 1 Joonas Kokkoniemi, Andrei Gurtov Things Yu Xiao, Yong Cui, Petri Savolainen, Matti Siekkinen, An 2 Modeling Energy Consumption of Data Transmission over Wi-Fi Wang, Antti Ylä-Jääski, Sasu Tarkoma A Usability Test of Whitelist and Blacklist-based Anti-Phishing 3 Linfeng Li, Marko Helenius, Eleni Berki Application Xin Huang, Bangdao Chen, Andrew Markham, Qinghua 4 User Controlled Body Sensor Network Security Wang, Yan Zheng, A.W. Roscoe 5 Sasu Tarkoma, Heikki.Ailisto The Internet of Things Program – the Finnish Perspective Overview of User-centred Quality Assurance Methodologies for Anti- 6 Linfeng Li phishing Software and Phishing-resistant Systems 7 Linfeng Li, Eleni Berki, Marko Helenius, Savola Reijo New Usability Metrics for Authentication Mechanisms Mikhail Gerasimenko, Vitaly Petrov, Olga Galinina, Sergey Energy and Delay Analysis of LTE-Advanced RACH Performance 8 Andreev, Yevgeni Koucheryavy under MTC Overload 9 Oleksiy Khriyenko, Vagan Terziyan, Olena Kaikova User-assisted Semantic Interoperability in Internet of Things Metrics Driven Security Management Framework for E-Health Digital 10 Reijo Savola, Markus Sihvonen Ecosystem Focusing on Chronic Diseases Towards Metrics-Driven Adaptive Security Management in E-Health 11 Reijo Savola, Habtamu Abie, Markus Sihvonen IoT Applications Xiang Su, Jukka K. Nurminen, Johanna Nieminen, Janne 12 Adding Semantics to Internet of Things Haverinen, Jukka Riekki 7
  • Program Achievements till Sept. 2012Elaborated Publications 13 Denis Kozlov, Jari Veijalainen, Yasir Ali Security and Privacy Threats in IoT Architectures Tuomas Tirronen, Anna Larmo, Joachim Sachs, Bengt Reducing Energy Consumption of LTE Devices for Machine-to- 14 Lindoff, Niclas Wiberg Machine Communication 15 Anna Larmo, Riikka Susitaival RAN overload control for Machine Type Communications in LTE Ali Hazmi, Jukka Rinne, Mikko Valkama, Juho Pirskanen, Feasibility Study of IEEE 802.11ah Radio Technology for IoT and 16 Kimmo Kettunen M2M use Cases Vitaly Petrov, Sergey Andreev, Andrey Turlikov, Yevgeni 17 On IEEE 802.16m Overload Control for Smart Grid Deployments Koucheryavy 18 Joona Kannisto, Marko Helenius Android Security Software Needs More Privileges An Applicability Assessment of IEEE 802.11 Technology for Machine- 19 Vitaly Petrov, Sergey Andreev, Yevgeni Koucheryavy Type Communications 20 Oleksiy Mazhelis, Eetu Luoma, Henna Warma Defining an Internet-of-Things Ecosystem 21 Qinghua Wang, Riku Jäntti, Yusein Ali Management Architecture for the Internet of Things 22 Sasu Tarkoma Energy-Aware Keyword Search on Mobile Phones Weixiong Rao, Kai Zhao, Yan Zhang, Pan Hui, Sasu 23 Maximizing Timely Content Advertising Tarkoma 8
  • Program Achievements till Sept. 2012• Evaluation of cryptographic libraries and algorithms• Feedback to COAP resource directory and mirror proxy drafts at the IETF• Research and prototypes for low-power, low-cost sensor networking design for snow environments • State-of-the-art review of M2M communications in the LTE-context from traffic point of view • Literature review related to security and energy efficiency of various resources-constrained networks• Worlds first implementation of IETF HOMENET technology; a routed network that configures the routing protocols, network prefixes, router advertisements, DNS, and even NAT64 automatically 9
  • Program Achievements till Sept. 2012• General 3D visualization prototype of IoT (Task 4.5) • Sensor data values are mapped to attributes of 3D objects • Objects can change their color, opacity, size, velocity etc. • Current prototype changes colour of objects • Data read directly from providers to 3D visualization • Implementation includes a map and a single 3D house • Prototype uses power consumption data from There’s sensors • Lock status data available from Finwe • Possibility to move in a 3D environment using a map of the world • 3D objects are updated based on real data from sensors Current prototype has still limited functionality 10
  • Program Achievements till Sept. 2012• Virtual Aquarium prototype (used for a commercial product) • “Activarium” is a new product by Polar • Results are based on research collaboration with University of Oulu and City of Oulu • Enhanced user experience through a fun and engaging game • Teachers and students collaborate to create an aquarium by achieving daily activity targets • Allows students work together in building a personalized environment while providing a tool for teachers to help reinforce the benefits of being active. 11
  • Program Achievements till Sept. 2012• Device management application scenarios, use cases and requirements• Proposal for IoT identification scheme that works regardless of access method (3GPP vs. non-3GPP)• Participation in the international evaluation contest OAEI 2011.5• IoT market, value networks, and business models: the state of the art evaluation (SOTA report) • New national and international IoT partnerships (French Cluster, IoT Forum, collaboration targets with China etc.) and plans to organize conferences and meetings with them 12
  • TIVIT – Gateway betweenEurope and China GATEWAY TIVIT PROMOTES TIVIT PROMOTESTHE FINNISH ICT CLUSTER IN EU THE FINNISH ICT CLUSTER IN CHINA- FUTURE INTERNET PPP - CHINA FINLAND ICT ALLIANCE- ICT BASED GROWTH - ICT BASED GROWTH- PROFITABILITY - PROFITABILITY- KEY R&D PARTNERS - KEY R&D PARTNERS- KEY BUSINESS PARTNERS - KEY BUSINESS PARTNERS- ACCESS TO POLICY-MAKERS - ACCESS TO POLICY-MAKERS- GOVERNMENTAL SUPPORT - GOVERNMENTAL SUPPORT- INDUSTRIAL SUPPORT - INDUSTRIAL SUPPORT 13
  • Ongoing IoT Activities• WP1: Networking and Communications – 1.1 Radio technologies – 1.2 Networking – 1.3 Security, privacy and trust• WP2: IoT Management – 2.1 Monitoring and controlling devices – 2.2 Network configuration and management – 2.3 Mobile Wireless end-to-end security • WP5: IoT Ecosystem – 2.4 Car communication module architecture & interfaces – 5.1 IoT evolution and diffusion – 5.2 IoT value networks vs. technical architectures & platforms• WP3: Services & Applications Dev. Support – 5.3 Business models of IoT firms – 3.1 Integration with Web – 5.4 Value networks and business models for trials – 3.2 Service Enablers• WP4: Human Interaction • WP6: Trials and Demos – 4.1 Co-creation & validation of IoT UI’s – 6.1 Trial & demo evaluation & set-up – 4.2 Intuitive configuration of IoT (home) – 6.2 Reliable connectivity of industrial systems environments – 6.3 Secure and automatic IoT service provisioning – 4.3 Interactive solutions for authentication of – 6.4 IoT with Cognitive Radio – trial users in IoT – 6.5 IoT for Intelligent Traffic System – 4.4 3D visualization of IoT for the crowd – 6.6 High Definition Positioning in new service domains – 4.5 General 3D visualization of IoT – 6.7 Extending Industrial Communications (in Mines) 14
  • Challenges and Goals• Establishing a competitive IoT ecosystem – New revenue models for participating companies in the emerging IoT market. – Local ecosystem formed for proof of concept, initial market, and critical mass for international business. – Solutions for establishing and sustaining global IoT ecosystems. – Develop generic horizontal solutions that can be used across verticals.• Creating IoT business enablers – Generate IoT product concepts and prototypes and test them in real-life environments. – Supply critical components for IoT proliferation (such as gateway/border router to connect IoT with Internet).• Improving Finland’s global IoT visibility – Demonstrate Finnish cutting-edge IoT technology in pilots and prototypes. – Impact recognition of Finnish research partners as top-level institutions in IoT domain, high- impact publications.• Impacting IoT technology evolution and standardization – Significantly influence IoT standards at IETF, 3GPP, IEEE, W3C, and other relevant forums. – Bring IoT technology to pilot implementations (prototypes, showcases, testbeds etc.). 15
  • Thank You! Wilhelm Rausswilhelm.rauss@ericsson.comhttp://www.internetofthings.fi