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The Abstracted Network for Industrial Internet- Slides

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Taking cues from Nature, MeshDynamics is extending concepts outlined in the book “Rethinking the Internet of Things” to address challenges in supporting robust, real time, secure, scalable, subscribable messaging for our OEM licensees and their applications in Military and Industrial Internet (IIOT). Unclassified Section of Presentation.

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The Abstracted Network for Industrial Internet- Slides

  1. 1. The Abstracted Network Applications of the Abstracted Network: Disruption Tolerant Networks (Military) Smart Networks (Enterprise) Sharing Resources and Leveraging Open Source Enterprise Class Messaging with Open Standards Understanding Latency Requirements for Applications Develop OEM Specialized Strategies and Templates for: Internet of Things Application-to-Application Networking Real time Machine to Machine Communications Low Cost IC Chips for IOT Chirp Devices Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 2 Traditional Networks Separate
  2. 2. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 3 Abstracted Network Emulates Separate Networks Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 4 Database Creates all Network Relationships Manage: •Latency •Multicast •Control Loops •Protocol Translation
  3. 3. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 5 The Abstracted Network Applications of the Abstracted Network: Disruption Tolerant Networks (Military) Smart Networks (Enterprise) Sharing Resources and Leveraging Open Source Enterprise Class Messaging with Open Standards Understanding Latency Requirements for Applications Develop OEM Specialized Strategies and Templates for: Internet of Things Application-to-Application Networking Real time Machine to Machine Communications Low Cost IC Chips for IOT Chirp Devices Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 6 Disruption Tolerance Maintains Connections X Nodes may move, disappear,  change ‐‐ network stays up
  4. 4. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 7 Disruption Tolerance Maintains Operation X Even if network lost completely,  local operations continue X Applications agent maintains  functions Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 8 Software Defined Networking Enterprise control of  legacy applications Publish/Discover/ Subscribe Abstracted Network Offers Enterprise Tools Everywhere
  5. 5. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 9 Propagator NodesDevices Integrators (Big Data) “Chirp”, legacy  protocols Abstracted Network Connects Old and New IOT Devices Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 10 Sharp Smart Network Example
  6. 6. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 11 SPAWAR Autonomous Network Example Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 12 Intel Expects Alternatives to IP in the IOT
  7. 7. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 13 Intel Supporting MeshDynamics Propagator Model Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 14 Applications Running inside Propagator Network
  8. 8. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 15 (Autonomous) Applications Running on Mesh Node Mesh Tables maintain these “ports” .. Clients connected to “Ports” .. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 16 (Autonomous) Applications Running on Mesh Node M2M Virtual Network Normal Operation No Internet Connectivity Mesh Tables maintain these “ports” .. Clients connected to “Ports” .. Applications resident in Network
  9. 9. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 17 NMS Displays Machine Status History M2M Virtual Network MachineStatusUpdates (Autonomous) Applications Running on Mesh Node Periodic Supervisory Control Mesh Tables maintain these “ports” .. Clients connected to “Ports” .. Applications resident in Network .. Intermittent Cloud Applications Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 18 The Abstracted Network Applications of the Abstracted Network: Disruption Tolerant Networks (Military) Smart Networks (Enterprise) Sharing Resources and Leveraging Open Source Enterprise Class Messaging with Open Standards Understanding Latency Requirements for Applications Develop OEM Specialized Strategies and Templates for: Internet of Things Application-to-Application Networking Real time Machine to Machine Communications Low Cost IC Chips for IOT Chirp Devices
  10. 10. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 19 Objectives of Autonomous Network Test Bed Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 20 Managing Network Latency (Tree Topology)
  11. 11. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 21 Expected Arrival Time Task Resource Allocation Period Arrival Stack Task Stack Managing Application Latency (Task Scheduling) Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 22 Packets to-and-from end devices Shuttles to/from different destinations Propagator Node (Edge Router) “Shuttles” to/from different integrator functions Chirps unloaded/ reloaded Application: Real Time Publishing of applications/devices data flows to Subscribers/Applications . Pub/Sub framework with periodic, timed, “shuttle” service between publishers/subscriber apps. .. Applications ingress and egress ports monitored by supervisory audit/management subscribers. Managing Real Time Enterprise Pub/Sub Messaging
  12. 12. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 23 BEACONING PERIOD MAX : ~9.08 ms (16+16 SLOTS) MIN : ~2.26 ms (4+4 SLOTS) @ 55 mbps CAP QTDMA ~40 ms SUPER FRAME SPATIALLY RE-USED TDMA ~23 ms CSMA/CA or EDCA ~15ms Managing Latency at the 802.11 MAC Radio Level Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 24 Assume 1. we use QTDMA and CSM/RSCM. 2. Queues unloaded/loaded on 10 ms hard real time clock 3. Allocations are made within each Class of Service COS. 4. Within each COS there is a QOS to sort within COS Queue. Then 1.Reconstruct Super Frame to order Sort inside Super Frame 2.In side super frame of any size, always 10 ms intervals 3.In example below 40 ms -> 4 10 ms intervals. CAP TDMA SPATIALLY RE-USED TDMA ~23 msCSMA/CA or EDCA ~15ms BEACONING PERIOD MAX : ~9.08 ms (16+16 SLOTS) MIN : ~2.26 ms (4+4 SLOTS) @ 55 mbps Every 20 ms Every 10 ms Quasi-TDMA within IEEE 802.11 Protocols
  13. 13. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 25 QTDMA DURATION QTDMA DURATION QTDMA DURATION Timed Concatenation State Machine (QTDMA) Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 26 Timed Concatenation State Machine (QTDMA)
  14. 14. Shared Resource for Autonomous Network OEM Applications © 2002-2016 MeshDynamics. All Rights Reserved. 27 The Abstracted Network Applications of the Abstracted Network: Disruption Tolerant Networks (Military) Smart Networks (Enterprise) Sharing Resources and Leveraging Open Source Enterprise Class Messaging with Open Standards Understanding Latency Requirements for Applications Develop OEM Specialized Strategies and Templates for: Internet of Things Application-to-Application Networking Real time Machine to Machine Communications Low Cost IC Chips for IOT Chirp Devices

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