Standardisation on M2M at ETSI M2M platform


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Presented by Marylin Arndt, ETSI TC M2M Vice-Chairman in the 2nd FOKUS FUSECO Forum 2011, Berlin 17-18 Nov. 2011

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Standardisation on M2M at ETSI M2M platform

  1. 1. Standardisation on M2M at ETSIM2M platform Marylin Arndt, ETSI TC M2M Vice-Chairman, FUSECO, 17-18 November 2011, Orange Labs© ETSI 2011. All rights reserved Berlin
  2. 2. The ETSI M2M Vision Horizontal Existing Standards Multi-Service Re-use and Platform integration Multi – End to End Application M2M Service Technology Capabilities, Independent Resource Based2
  3. 3. Why ETSI M2M ? Provide an M2M architecture with a generic set of capabilities for M2M services Provide a framework for developing services independently of the underlying network Facilitate deployment of vertical applications Facilitate innovation across industries by exposing data and information and providing services. 3
  4. 4. ETSI M2M overall scenario M2M Application M2M Area Network DIRECT CONNECT M2M Service Core Capabilities M2M Gateway Client Application DIRECT CONNECT4
  5. 5. … based on existing Technologies M2M Application Core Networks M2M Area Networks Network M2M Area • 3GPP (GPRS, EPC) • PLC • ETSI TISPAN • SRD DIRECT • ATTM • UWB CONNECT • NGN • ZigBee • M-BUS Smart Metering M2M • Wireless M-BUS Service Core • IEEE 802.15 eHealth Capabilities Connected Consumer M2M City Automation Access Networks Gateway • xDSL Automotive Client • Hybrid FiberCoax Smart Grid Application • PLC • Satellite • GERAN, UTRAN, eUTRAN • WLAN DIRECT • SRDs CONNECT • UWB • WiMAX5
  6. 6. ETSI M2M Specifications Work Use Cases TR 102 691 TR 102 732 TR 102 857 TR 102 898 TR 102 897 Smart eHealth Connected Automotive City Metering consumer automation TR 102 935 TS 102 689 TR 102 966 Smart Grid Stage 1 M2M Service Interworking Requirements with M2M Area impacts on M2M Networks TR 102 725 TS 102 690 M2M TR 102 167 Stage 2 M2M Functional Definitions Architecture Threat analysis & counter measures to M2M service layer TS 102 921 TS 101 404 TS101 405 OMA DM BBF TR-069 Stage 3 M2M Communications; compatible compatible TR 101 531 mIa, dIa and mId interfaces Management Management Re-use of 3GPP Objects Objects nodes by M2MSC layer6
  7. 7. M2M – High Level Architecture M2M Device & Gateway Domain M2M Network DomainM2M Device M2M Gateway WIDE AREA NETWORK M2M App. M2M App. M2M AREA WIRELESS M2M Service mIa M2M dIa NETWORK dIa Capabilities Application Layer (M2M M2M Gateway mId NSCL) Service Device Capability mIa (GSCL) MOBILE M2MApplication Application (DA) M2M DeviceProprietaryM2M Device M2M App. FIXED mIa M2M Application dIa M2M Device mId Network Service Capability .. OTHER Application (DSCL) (NA)REFERENCE POINTS 7
  8. 8. M2M architecture ETSI M2M adopted a RESTful architecture style • Information is represented by resources which are structured as a tree ETSI M2M standardizes the resource structure that resides on an M2M Service Capability Layer (SCL) • Each SCL contains a resource structure where the information is kept M2M Application and/or M2M Service Capability Layer exchange information by means of these resources over the defined reference points ETSI M2M standardizes the procedure for handling the resources 8
  9. 9. What’s next for M2M? ETSI TC M2M is planning a short Release 2 (1 year timeframe or less), potentially including: • Leading Market service standards integration (by means of Interworking/profiling/adaptation of ETSI M2M specifications) • Specification of additional functionality (transactions, compensation, automatic grouping, etc), extension to connectivity selection, charging, QoS classing, logging, security, etc • Additional architectural configurations (multi-hop service platforms, Gateway to Gateway and inter-M2M operator communications) • More detailed Area Network Technology interworking/adaptation • Network convergence layers toward major telecommunication network technologies, including re-use/integration of existing functionalities Feedbacks, requirements and contribution from service and technology leading organization are welcome!! 99
  10. 10. Questions ?10 © ETSI 2011. All rights reserved