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ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions
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ETSI M2M Workshop Oct. 2010 Conclusions

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ETSI's first Open Machine-to-Machine Workshop broke all records for attendance, laying out the next steps for achieving M2M applications worldwide, and confirming a leading role for the standards …

ETSI's first Open Machine-to-Machine Workshop broke all records for attendance, laying out the next steps for achieving M2M applications worldwide, and confirming a leading role for the standards organisation.

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  • 1. Summary of Session 1 Setting the M2M scene Moderator: Marylin © ETSI 2010. All rights reserved ETSI TC M2M WS 19-20 October 2010
  • 2. Highlights from the presentations Session 1 : Setting the M2M Scene Welcome Walter Weigel, ETSI Director-General ETSI TC M2M presentation Marylin Arndt, ETSI TC M2M Chairman, France Telecom Future M2M Applications Holger Lenz, Cinterion Expanding the role of mobile network operator in M2M Harish 2 Expanding the role of mobile network operator in M2M Harish Viswanathan, Alcatel Lucent Key actions in M2M : energy efficiency and managing sustainable development Security, Privacy, identification, addressing, interworking, become essential aspects variety of M2M applications (examples detailed by Cinterion: Electric vehicles, and mobile health) New business models emerging with M2M
  • 3. Issues raised and Questions On EV matters, what is lacking today in terms of standards? Roaming between charging domains. Communication interfaces between charging stations, and also authentication Here, only the cellular networks are mentioned, but also PLC networks from utilities to smart meters are to be taken into account… Cellular networks allow more flexibility. The best communication technology will be selected. Easier to make it in wireless (deployment aspects are simpler) as wireless networks are already available. Wireless is the 1st choice; 3 simpler) as wireless networks are already available. Wireless is the 1st choice; maybe other possibilities in the future, but for now wireless is the choice. question on the openness of the business models ? Cellular network to the gateway : this model works best. Independence of M2M service providers from the network providers To develop APIs that will be widely adopted, as ETSI M2M does. Are MNOs able to managing devices? Very high diversity of devices Where to put the intelligence (device-gateway side / network side) more & more Gateways? Scalability needed to use the device. Monitoring even when leaving the home. More & more applications coming to the market deal with the mobility also mobile embedded devices/phones coming to the market
  • 4. Possible next steps Need of standards Develop an extension to M2M of the Roaming concept Manage the complexity of deployment of a complete M2M system ( TC M2M providing guidelines) Manage high number of devices (firmware updating) 4 Explore different business models M2M, B2B, B2B2C, … And the Winner will be ? The market will answer And the market needs open interoperable standards
  • 5. Summary of Session 2 M2M Vertical Applications Harish Viswanathan, Alcatel-Lucent © ETSI 2010. All rights reserved ETSI TC M2M WS 19-20 October 2010
  • 6. Highlights from the presentations Farming in Rural India Provide GPRS based sensing of moisture levels and automate water pump turning on/off Connected Home Intrusion detection, home automation, temperature control, video 6 Intrusion detection, home automation, temperature control, video monitoring, safety, healthcare Fleet Management for Professionals taxi request dispatch, customer request allocated to the best taxi, taxi request follow-up, credit card payment, general messages (e.g. « speed camera at... »), personal messages (e.g. « call your wife back »), security alarm, with audio monitoring, taxi location
  • 7. Issues A number of requirements need to be met spanning the device, network and the application System Integrator needs Visibility Having to rewrite the application for different devices/platforms Agreement that standards are important to solve problemsAgreement that standards are important to solve problems There is room for innovation despite standards There is no single entity that will be offering the services in the connected home Network operator and 3rd party applications 7
  • 8. Requirements - I– downlink messages – transmit messages to a group of addressees – groups are defined dynamically by the system – high priority acknowledged message – remote activation of audio – audio and data transmitted at the same time – group fonction, as seen in previous slides – ensure coverage all over taxi operating zone– ensure coverage all over taxi operating zone – standardized format(s) for (timestamped) location data – access to vehicle internal data (current OBD connector is not enough) – visibility (communication logs, rejected communications, user subscription status, past and planned network outages, etc.) 8
  • 9. Requirements - II Multi-channels bi-directional communication Traffic/bandwidth control (can be huge) Responsiveness/latency of remote services Openness to new services The GSM service that we can use for this needs to be reliable response time. The message from the sensor must reach to central unit at least in x mins, always. The service has to be reliable. There should not be any data loss. The service needs to be cost effective. The M2M devices designed for this service, should be low cost. 9
  • 10. Next Steps ETSI M2M and other relevant standards to take into account the various requirements that were discussed Ensure that APIs/functions provide end-to-end visibility Standards like OMA-DM and network operator APIs provide visibility 10
  • 11. Summary of Session 3 Smart Energy Joachim Koss © ETSI 2010. All rights reserved ETSI TC M2M WS 19-20 October 2010
  • 12. Highlights from the presentations ESNA developed a protocol for communication between meters or other devices in the grid with data concentrators/substations Smart City developments in 6 axes: Smart - Economy, - Mobility, - Governance, - Environment, - Living, and - People A new generation of services, more intelligent, personalized and ubiquitous will arise within cities & urban spaces 12 ubiquitous will arise within cities & urban spaces Project Smart Santander aims at providing a European experimental test facility for the research and experimentation of architectures, key enabling technologies, services and applications for the Internet of Things (IoT) in the context of the smart city. Deregulation in the EU energy market creates a new role: DSO which also needs clear definition of systems and interfaces to provide interoperability desire for open standards
  • 13. Issues raised Smart Cities business models for Smart Cities are still unclear and requires shaping multiparty stakeholder-system and cooperative business approach Smart Metering No communication technology provides 100% coverage 13 No communication technology provides 100% coverage Life cycle of (smart) meters and telecom are incompatible
  • 14. Possible next steps Open Smart Grid Protocol Make public available, ESNA intention is to transfer OSGP into an SDO standard Provide a certification process of protocol Proposals to TC M2M 14 Proposals to TC M2M To base architecture on IPv6 Considering specifications for overall Smart Meter Network research is needed on functionality and performance Considering gateway as central device in this SM/SG concept determine functional specification for various communication technologies
  • 15. Summary of Session 4 M2M Architecture Aspects Enrico Scarrone © ETSI 2010. All rights reserved ETSI TC M2M WS 19-20 October 2010
  • 16. Highlights from the presentations Open API for M2M applications Karl Ostendorf, Deutsche Telekom: A common specified interface realised as OpenAPI provides applications with a rich abstraction of core network capabilities and encapsulating the underlying communication protocols. This includes transactions, sessions, micro payment, asynchronous messaging and publish/subscribe metaphors. The API offers an HTTP binding, designed using REST principles. Addressing unique M2M challenges with converged gateways Paul Russel, InterDigital 16 Paul Russel, InterDigital Integration of standards based solutions for M2M into a converged gateway will provide service capabilities to offload the network and robust security. It also brings advanced bandwidth management and self-organizing capabilities and will fit the needs of the home and business market for smart grids, consumer electronics and multimedia distribution.. Current and future trends in hybrid cellular and sensor networks Yongjun Liu, Huawei The complementary cellular network technology and wireless sensor networks technology have emerged as a key for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) applications. Hybrid Cellular and sensor networks enable reliable, long lifetime and cost effective ubiquitous services. In this paper, this network convergence design is o Smart Energy and Automotive Service applications.
  • 17. Issues raised Open Standard API are a key enabler for the development of M2M application Abstraction from network implementations and technology is needed Exposure of network functionality to enrich the support of M2M is desired 17 desired Converged M2M gateways can provide support to M2M services and offload the network. These nodes shall support security and self configuration to make easier installation and configuration M2M services are supported by means of network that are provided by integration of mobile networks with wireless sensor networks Hybrid network can provide long term telecommunication support to M2M managing the technology evolution and replacement
  • 18. Possible next steps Standardize of M2M API (ongoing in ETSI M2M) Standardize the M2M functionally of a converged gateway Support as much as possible combination and integration of wireless sensor networks with mobile telecom networks 18 wireless sensor networks with mobile telecom networks (GPRS/UMTS/LTE)
  • 19. Summary of Session 5 M2M Future Challenges Robin Duke-Woolley © ETSI 2010. All rights reserved ETSI TC M2M WS 19-20 October 2010
  • 20. Highlights from the presentations Raising the question of the need for Quality of Service for M2M applications using mobile networks Will there be a need for additional numbering for mobile networks to cater for additional connections required for M2M? 20 The opportunity to use Java as part of M2M architecture
  • 21. Issues raised Regarding QoS, to what extent should mobile operators invest in this when returns from individual applications may be low? There was a concern that the revenue generated may not justify the level of resource used to set up this infrastructure. Is this a short term versus longer term issue? Regarding numbering, many points were raised about the need for 21 Regarding numbering, many points were raised about the need for this and whether there is a need for number portability for M2M applications. Also, such numbering may only be required when sending to such resources. To send out from them, extra numbers may not be required. It is also expected that IPv6 will cater for this in the longer term. Is there a need for a short to medium term solution? Regarding use of Java, to what extent is this likely to become a standard for M2M? What are the licensing issues?
  • 22. Possible next steps Regarding QoS, feedback from Mobile Operators of how they view this issue would be useful. Regarding numbering, CEPT is looking now for feedback on this issue. ECC report on “Numbering and Addressing in M2M Communications” has been issued. 22 Regarding use of Java for M2M, further detail on current implementations of Java for M2M would be useful, along with licensing detail.
  • 23. Summary of Session 6 M2M International Collaboration Omar Elloumi © ETSI 2010. All rights reserved ETSI TC M2M WS 19-20 October 2010
  • 24. Highlights from the presentations OMA has a large number of enablers that map nicely to the ETSI M2M architecture, in particular OMA DM and CPNS. In addition: New M2M specific activities are taking place: e.g. lightweight DM Parlay RESTful binding should also be of interest (location, messaging, etc) The IETF and IPSO alliance have made a great progress in bringing IP to M2M devices. While initial work was around IPv6 and routing for 802.15.4, 24 ongoing work allows an HTTP like protocol (CoAP) to run on top of constrained devices… making end2end IP communications a reality Device, Network and Applications are the main components for M2M. All have to evolve in order to take into account fundamental characteristics of M2M communications 3GPP fully recognised the need to evolve mobile access and core network to allow for cost effective and massive deployments taking into account fundamental characteristics of M2M. While R10 will mostly address overload control, several other optimisations are in the pipe for R11 work
  • 25. Issues raised Too many standards organisations are dealing with M2M, how could we effectively coordinate? What is the best way to achieve a complementary set of standards GSC15 tasked a special Task Force to serve as a platform to increase collaboration around M2M, but this is an initial step. Further work is needed Security, what should be our approach 25 Security, what should be our approach There is no security mechanism fits all, security requirements differ on a case by case basis Different security mechanisms are feasible but at different price points
  • 26. Possible next steps Strengthen coordination OMA and ETSI M2M need to consider increased collaboration: areas of interest include device management evolutions (lightweight, gateway management), but also APIs. Proposals to TC M2M 26 Fully engage in the GSC initiated Task Force about collaboration and coordination around M2M Consider endorsement of some of the OMA work incl. CPNS, APIs and DM Work with TIA TR50 to avoid overlap and seek complementarity
  • 27. Summary of Session 7 Path Towards the Internet of Things Patrick Wetterwald © ETSI 2010. All rights reserved ETSI TC M2M WS 19-20 October 2010
  • 28. Highlights from the presentations (1) M2M is a step towards the Internet of Things Technology advancements & new business models are behind explosive growth of M2M Software defined modem (SDM) may be an enabler for the Internet of Things 28 of Things SDM may have a single HW platform, which provides for flexibility It is worth considering enriching location information with context data M2M enablers: M2M infrastructure + IT/business processes adapted to M2M Enable customers to identify, locate and use services
  • 29. Highlights from the presentations (2) SIM cards are present in many M2M devices, and include a number of applications including payment and security services Possible to integrate SIM card into IPv4 & IPv6 networks Possible to remotely manage SIM/Smart cards via the network SIM card can act as a secure client/server using TCP/IP 29 SIM card can act as a secure client/server using TCP/IP EC has a clear policy for the IoT including the framework for R&D EU is investing BILLIONS in the IoT RFID tags get smaller, number of connected objects increases Privacy and protection of personal data is essential Future architecture & governance of the IoT is a major challenge IoT standards shall be developed in an open manner
  • 30. Issues raised Hardware of conventional modems is inflexible and follows a difficult development process Barriers to SDM: computation load, standard complexity, RF technology Type approval regime is a barrier, and must dot impede deployments. 30 deployments. Interoperability and Testing is key M2M difficulties: current host-centric Internet Privacy may be a handicap to deployments if the users have to sign a trust contract 20 – 35 thousand meters per day (IT managers headache)
  • 31. Possible next steps Be involved in UE IoT initiatives Follow PPP and related FP7 projects Check for standards opportunities in TC M2M Proposals to TC M2M 31 Proposals to TC M2M Investigate closer links with EU R&D projects Possible synergies with CLOUD technologies – possible to have common APIs Considering TESTING and INTEROPERABILITY during the design process Consider the role of the SIM in the M2M architecture

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