Towards Abundant Do-it-Yourself (DiY) Service Creativity in the Internet-of-Things
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A profound impact of the Web2.0 lies in its power to transform skilled users into service providers, resulting in more complex value networks. As recently traditional “operated” network ...

A profound impact of the Web2.0 lies in its power to transform skilled users into service providers, resulting in more complex value networks. As recently traditional “operated” network infrastructure is complemented with huge amounts of connected smart objects (the Internet-of-Things), the same mass creativity can be made applicable to smart, context-enabled services with real-world interactivity, collaboratively created by end users with varying degrees of programming skills. We report on a vision and solutions addressing easy, do-it-yourself service creation by the masses in an Internet-of-Things enabled world, from which we discuss the (i) value networks, (ii) enabling technology framework, and (iii) domain-specific proof-of-concepts.

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Towards Abundant Do-it-Yourself (DiY) Service Creativity in the Internet-of-Things Towards Abundant Do-it-Yourself (DiY) Service Creativity in the Internet-of-Things Presentation Transcript

  • Session 7A Application architectures 2 Towards Abundant DiY Service Creativity. Successfully Leveraging the Internet-of-Things. Lieven Trappeniers, Marc Roelands, Marc Godon, Johan Criel, Philippe Dobbelaere Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent Lieven.trappeniers at alcatel-lucent.com 1 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • Agenda 1. The Internet-of-Things … and Friends 2. The Web-of-Things (1.0, 2.0 & even 3.0) 3. “Programming” the Web-of-Things 4. And what about the Service Provider ? 5. Way forward & conclusions 2 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • The Internet-of-Things … and friends Ubiquitous Computing (Mark Weiser, Xerox Parc) + Ubiquitous Connectivity = The Internet-of-Things (ITU) Ambient Intelligence (Philips) Related technologies: RFID Wireless sensors Context Awareness Smart Objects … Tangible Media (Hiroshi Ishi, MIT) Bridging the gap between the physical and virtual world 3 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • The Internet-of-Things … and friends In 2009: Mobile Internet is a fact. – over 25% of the world’s population – about 2 Billion people – are using the Internet – over 60% of the world’s population – about 5 Billion people – are mobile subscribers (Source: ITU) In 2015: Personal mobile transactions & location-tracked ‘Things’ pervade our lives. – 1 Billion mobile wallets account for 90% of mobile transactions for goods & services – 100s of Billions of RFID-tagged objects, at approximately 5 cents per tag (Source: www.idtechex.com) In 2020: Our surroundings become personal, interactive and smart. – 0.1% of consumers know what is installed in their home – In 2020: 250 embedded wireless devices/user, this 500 Billion (Already now the Internet-of-Things potentially entails 50-70 Billion ‘machines’) – Mainstream printed and chipless RFID tags: >624 billion (Source: EC, TNO) 4 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • The Internet-of-Things … and friends 5 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • The Internet-of-Things … and friends NFC Forum (www.nfc-forum.org) “…advance the use of Near Field Communication technology by developing specifications, ensuring interoperability among devices and services, and educating the market about NFC technology.” TouchaTag (www.touchatag.com) – B2B Mobile Payment, loyalty, vouchers – B2C DiY Internet-of-Things EPC-Global (www.epcglobalinc.org) “…development of industry-driven standards for the Electronic Product Code™ (EPC) to support the use of RFID in today’s fast-moving, information rich, trading networks.” CASAGRAS (www.rfidglobal.eu), partners include ETRI & ETSI “…propose an approach using Object Identifiers and Unique Item Identifier (UII) concepts and namespace resolver to accommodate legacy coding schemes for identification.” – Considering a range of standards, including those from ISO, IEC and EPCglobal6. – Supports a value proposition that exploits a defined infrastructure and provides scope for commercial venture – federated services and applications. And many, many more … 6 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • The Internet-of-Things … and friends IPSO Alliance - Internet Protocol for Smart Objects – 50+ members (Atmel, Bosch, Cisco, EDF (Électricité de France), Ericsson, Freescale, Google, SAP, Sun Microsystems, Texas Instruments, …) Objectives – IP as the solution for access and communication for Smart Objects. – Promote the use of IP in Smart Objects (white papers, case studies, updates on standards progress (IETF, …), … – Understand industries and markets where IP Smart Objects can have a role. – Organize interoperability tests. – Support IETF and other standards development organizations in standardizing IP for Smart Objects. – www.ipso-alliance.org 7 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • The Internet-of-Things … and friends Pachube (“patch-bay”: generalized data brokerage) "Tag and share real time sensor data from objects, devices, buildings and environments around the world. The key aim is to facilitate interaction between remote environments, both physical and virtual." – Extended Environments Markup Language (EEML) to realize “dynamic, responsive and conversant environments”. 8 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • Web-of-Things 1.0, 2.0 & 3.0 WoT1.0 Collection of Things rather than a “Web” of Things. Abundance of dedicated standards. IP is no standard (yet ?) for interaction with Things. M2M versus entertainment & media. 9 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • Web-of-Things 1.0, 2.0 & 3.0 WoT1.0 WoT2.0 Users & communities engage in creating content & applications. How to search or discover Things ? Can Web2.0 be applied to user resources ? Things are constrained devices: what about resource mgt., access control, policies, distributed execution, … ? Can existing Mashup frameworks be applied to a mix of Things and online Services ? HTTP HTTP Web2.0 for Things (RESTful HTTP over IP) RESTful API 10 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • Web-of-Things 1.0, 2.0 & 3.0 WoT1.0 WoT2.0 WoT3.0 Users & communities engage in creating content & applications. Support for discovering, searching, and composing Things and Services. Search Composition Catalog Recipes Wizards Semantic framework (with user defined semantics) allows to articulate and HTTP applications define HTTP Collaborative Semantics in terms of proper (& personal) concepts. Aggregation, Abstraction & Resource management. Aggregation Resource Mgt. Abstraction IP & REST full interfaces 11 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • “Programming” the Web-of-Things Web2.0’s Easy Application Creation High Internet-of-Things DiY applications User Value Web2.0 bottom-up Swarm-of-Nodes Web3.0 applications Web-of-Things Web1.0 top-down Internet-of-Things applications Ubiquitous Computing Low Network of Objects Low High Design Effort M2M Ambient Intelligence Internet-of-Things’ Abundance of Connected Smart Objects 12 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • “Programming” the Web-of-Things High Internet-of-Things DiY applications User Value Web2.0 bottom-up applications Web1.0 top-down applications Low Low High Design Effort 13 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • “Programming” the Web-of-Things 14 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • “Programming” the Web-of-Things Design Develop Deploy ? Requirements Needs Express Yourself Create Deploy Allow end-users to create and deploy applications on top of the abundance Application Creation Continuum of smart devices around them. Applications are created by groups & communities. Blurring border between application creation & deployment. 15 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • “Programming” the Web-of-Things 16 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • “Programming” the Web-of-Things 17 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • And what about the Service Provider ? User User OTT Application Enablement Network Network 1990 2000-… 18 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • And what about the Service Provider ? Popularity The Internet-of-Things introduces a Long-Tail of Networked Items HLR My CDN Boost Electricity Button meter My Interactive My Home Billboard iPhone Gateway My NFC tags Femto iPhone on everyday @Starbuck objects Ambient sensors Network Home Nomadic Swarm of nodes Networked Items & functions ranked by popularity “operated” Internet-of-Things infrastructure infrastructure 19 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • And what about the Service Provider ? User OTT Network Enablers Home ? Nomadic Swarm of nodes Who can fill this gap for Application Enablement ? The Internet-of-Things introduces a paradigm shift in the eco-system 20 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • 21 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • And what about the Service Provider ? Use accelerometers of the iPhones of all members of the cycling club to map the bumps in User the road Re-use a template OTT created by a techie a few months ago Creation by Use enablers for sensor the masses exposure, aggregation and policies. Enablers Fro Network Home Nomadic Swarm of nodes relat m estab ion lis syst s to a sc hed B2B em at cuts . No sim tered ec i n th p o e eco le cross - -sys - tem. 22 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • And what about the Service Provider ? User OTT Creation by DiY producer the masses Domain-specific Actors Domain-specific Enablers Application Enablers Enablers Broader Base Infrastructure Network Home Nomadic Swarm of nodes 23 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • And what about the Service Provider ? How can end-users create and deploy applications on top of the abundance of smart devices around them ? How can we turn the plethora of connected smart objects into an enabling substrate for applications ? What value can I, as a service provider, offer in such a constellation ? 24 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • And what about the Service Provider ? Operator’s pain Leverage my infrastructure in an Internet-of-Things setting ? Can I offer added value to either party ? Application & Content Providers’ pain Provisioning, deployment & mgt. of sensors & devices Resources are heterogeneous & dynamic How to bind applications to the physical reality ? How to realize distributed execution ? Can I leverage existing IoT infrastructure ? Opportunity Catalyze a horizontal and open eco-system Support provisioning, deployment & mgt. of sensors & devices Abstractions of resources Allow a “late binding” of applications to physical infrastructure Distributed execution environment & off-loading Templating & re-use, App. store Support cross/multi-home applications 25 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • And what about the Service Provider ? Experiences Catalog Experience (Query for Relevancy) UI UI UI Creation Environment Production MI CI MI CI MI CI Discovery Enabling Engine Abstract UI UI UI Services Component Orchestration MI CI MI CI MI CI Catalog Space Engine UI UI UI Professional Technician MI CI MI CI MI CI End User Distributed App. Execution Env. UI Discovery Smart Sensor Network UI Communication Network MI CI UI UI MI CI Device-centric Execution Env. MI CI (on-device or by proxy) MI CI Sensors, Actuators and MMI Devices 26 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • User-created Web-of-Things Applications Belgium Finland 9 9 Allow non-technical users to create their own smart Internet-of-Things experiences by removing barriers for Ireland 2 Spain application creation and distribution. 7 France Create a sustainable marketplace for 6 these user-created applications. Turkey 4 1 www.dyse.org Greece Supported by: 27 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • Way forward & conclusions • Web-of-Things 3.0 • OTT might not be the way to go in the WoT3.0 • There might be a role to play for Service Providers • Stick to open & simple technologies (Web2.0++) • Service Providers should offer true value towards end-users (in their act of creating & consuming Web-of-Things applications) • Openness is key 28 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)
  • Thank you for your attention 29 Lieven Trappeniers (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent)