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IoT in ITS: Network Impacts

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A look at how advanced technologies like the Internet of Things are affecting the networks supporting day-to-day traffic and transportation (ITS). From IMSA Forum & Expo July 2017, Phoenix, Az.

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IoT in ITS: Network Impacts

  1. 1. IoT in ITS: Network Impacts July 11, 2017 Rob Hemmerich, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise
  2. 2. Lead IoT Digital Network Services for Enterprises IoT enabled networks Focus on Verticals NaaS – Flexible models Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Where everything connects Education Hospitality Government Healthcare Transportation Connected experience Pay Per Use Software Subscription Life Cycle Management Managed Service
  3. 3. What do we mean by IoT? “[T]he Internet will disappear. There will be so many IP addresses, so many devices, sensors, things that you are wearing, things that you are interacting with, that you won't even sense it.” Eric Schmidt, Google Chairman “A network of items each embedded with sensors which are connected to the Internet.” IEEE, Internet of Things,2014
  4. 4. The ITS world is already a connected world…isn’t it? Highway Advisory Radio (HAR) Road Weather Info System (RWIS) Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) Toll and Traffic Cameras
  5. 5. The ITS world is already a connected world…isn’t it? Highway Advisory Radio (HAR) Road Weather Info System (RWIS) Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) Toll and Traffic Cameras Camera consumption: Max 60W Connects over 10/100 RJ45
  6. 6. The IoT wave is just beginning …in 2017, that number is just 3! By 2025, there will be 10 internet connected devices for everyone on the planet… 75.44B 7.76B
  7. 7. Strategic advice? “I never think of the future – it comes soon enough.” Albert Einstein
  8. 8. Strategic advice! Converge 1 2 Assume PoEverything 3 Expect “more”4 Defend, defend, defend 5 Take a load off
  9. 9. 1. Defend, defend, defend Routers & switches are vulnerable Malware, hacks, backdoors are real threats to network infrastructure “If the network infrastructure is compromised, malicious hackers or adversaries can gain full control of the network infrastructure enabling further compromise of other types of devices and data and allowing traffic to be redirected, changed, or denied.”
  10. 10. 1: Defend, defend, defend With a Defense in Depth Approach Secure on the Inside •Network Access Control •Network Hardening •Analytics Prevent •“Plug and Play” IoT •Simple VPNs •Profile-Driven Policies Containerize •IDS Integration •Quarantine •DDoS Mitigation Mitigate
  11. 11. 2: Take a load off Remote management and automation Complex networks need powerful management tools •Auto switch config •Auto Attachment •Auto SPB •Self Healing Automation •Access •Backbone •Core / Data Center •3rd Party One Network Management System
  12. 12. 3: Assume PoEverything Consolidate Data and Electrical Wiring Wiring Consolidation Brings Cost Down •PTZ Cameras •Defog / Defrost / Wiping •Built-In Illuminators Increased Power Needs •Wi-Fi, Telephones •Radar, DMS, DSRC, Sensors PoE Devices •Avoid additional cables or injectors Reliability through simplicity6865 15W PoE 30W PoE+ 70W HPOE Uptime Points of failure
  13. 13. 4: Expect “More” More Devices and More Bandwidth Extending the Network Lifespan •More Cameras •High Definition •High frame rate More Bandwidth •More IoT Devices •IP Migration More Ports •100M to 100G •Expansion through Stacking Present & Future Needs 10FPS 480p 30FPS 720p 60FPS 1080p
  14. 14. 4: Expect “More” More reliability Technology QoS Security Convergence Gbps/$ Operation TCO SONET Guaranteed bandwidth Very high: Segregation at physical layer Fast: 50ms High Multiple networks to operate High ERP Enterprise-grade QoS Medium: VLANs/VRF Fast: 50ms in a ring Low+ (unused protection links) Simple operation but multiple touch points Lower SPB Enterprise-grade QoS High: VPN Slower: around 200ms Low Simple operation, services only at the edge, single protocol Lowest Consider your alternatives for network design
  15. 15. 5: Converge IT and ITS Networks With Simplified Virtual Networks Convergence Reduces TCO •System Isolation •IoT Containment •Single Control Protocol Simplified VPNs •Plug & play IoT •Auto VPN mapping •Profile-Driven Policies Simplified Moves Adds and Changes •Zero-Touch Core •Provision at the Edge Only Reduce Touch Points 3rd Parties Control Safety Comms Info ONE Network
  16. 16. To conclude, we turn to an IoT expert • On defense “Love all, trust few, do wrong to none” All’s Well That Ends Well “Better three hours too soon than a minute too late” The Merry Wives of Windsor “A fool doth think he is wise but the wise man knows himself to be a fool” As You Like It • On “more” • On taking this advice
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  18. 18. Contact Information Rob Hemmerich Director, Strategy Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Phone: 818-878-4933 Email: robert.hemmerich@al-enterprise.com Website: http://enterprise.alcatel-lucent.com/?solution=Transportation&page=overview

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