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Standards for the internet of things [final]


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Standards for the internet of things [final]

  1. 1. Standards for the Internetof ThingsNed Prutzer, Aleksandra Liaplina, AmirZonozi, and Meng He
  2. 2. • The internet of things describes a new era of computing.• We can give devices new potential through the internet of things.• The number of users’ devices on the network is rapidly growing.Background
  3. 3. Example: The SmartFridge
  4. 4. • RFIDs enable computers to keep an inventory of devices.• EPCs call back to information on databases without barcodes.RFIDs and EPCs
  5. 5. • The ONS searches for information on devices through servers.• The DNS draws from public infrastructure while the ONS operates from private infrastructure.The EPCglobalNetwork: ONS v. DNS
  6. 6. • What about security, identity management, and standardization?• Response: too young to standardize just yet.• Should the internet of things be left to the private sector?The EU Commission
  7. 7. • The internet of things could boost business revenue by $14.4 trillion.• IP rights and competition are also in play.What’s in it forStakeholders?
  8. 8. Case Study: EPCIS
  9. 9. EPCIS=EPC information servicesEnable users to capture, secure and accessEPC-related data via a uniform interface.What is EPCIS?
  10. 10. EPC Event Data• EPC• Time• Read points• Business Locations• Business steps• Disposition• Business transaction timeStandardized Data
  11. 11. • Provides standard• Security is a core conceptWhy is it valuable?
  12. 12. 1) Interoperability2) Intellectual Property Protection3) Commercialization4) Making Consumer Better Off5) PrivacyFor IoT Standards
  13. 13. Against IoT Standards
  14. 14. Understanding it
  15. 15. Security Risks
  16. 16. Privacy Risks
  17. 17. Malicious use
  18. 18. Misuse by Brands
  19. 19. Fragmentation drivesinnovation