WELCOME
                 to

Introduction to DASH7 Technology
     Hosted by the DASH7 Alliance
      Thursday, November 1...
Agenda

• Intro to DASH7 Alliance
  – Paul Ritchie, DASH7 Alliance Executive Director
• DASH7 Market Overview
  – Pat Burn...
DASH7 Alliance Background

The DASH7 Alliance is a consortium of leading RFID
                                            ...
Goals of the DASH7™ Alliance


• Promote cross-vendor interoperability among device vendors
   building products to the IS...
DASH7 Alliance Org Chart


                    Board of Directors

                                                       ...
You Are Invited

Join the DASH7 Alliance!
• Open Membership
• Leadership Opportunities
     d h
• Non‐Profit Technical Adv...
DASH7 Market Overview
       DASH7 Market Overview
• Pat Burns
  Pat Burns
  – President, DASH7 Alliance
  – Head of Licen...
Based on the ISO 18000-7 standard
           433 MHz, Globally Available
               MH Gl b ll A il bl
           28K ...
Which Frequency is Best?

Each frequency has advantages and disadvantages …




                                          ...
LE



                Low Power UWB
                                                                               Ra
    ...
DASH7 Occupies Low Power/Low
 Bandwidth Application Space




           www.dash7.org
DASH7: Mandated By
             the U S D D A d
             th U.S. DoD And All
             NATO Militaries




Jan 2009...
Smarter Cars: DASH7-Based Tire
Pressure M it i Systems
P        Monitoring S t




 Mandating DASH7‐based TPMS can save 2 ...
Smarter Homes: DASH7-Based Home
        Automation Systems




  We envision a world with DASH7‐enabled measurement and co...
Smarter Irrigation With DASH7




DASH7‐enabled moisture sensors will help farmers better manage water consumption

      ...
Mobile Phones Will Enable “Just-In-Time”
Wireless Sensor Networks




   DASH7 + Mobile Phones  Reduced Need for Costly, F...
Things You 
           Things Vaccine
           Did That
                    You
           Need In a 
           Freeze ...
Was The Boating License Renewed?




DASH7 ushers In A New Era of Wireless Rights & Entitlements Monitoring For Federal, 
...
Ecosystem

                                          Semiconductor &      Non‐Profit & 
                      End Users
  ...
Container Security & Sensing 
             Initiative
• New effort by the DASH7 Alliance to
  harmonize approaches to cont...
DASH7 Technical Overview
• JP Norair
  – Co-Chair, Technical Working Group, DASH7
    Alliance
  – Applications Engineer @...
DASH7 Power Advantage




        www.dash7.org
DASH7 Is Long Range
           At 433 MHz, DASH7 inherently has:

               •     6x the outdoor range of 2.45 GHz
  ...
433 MHz vs. 900 MHz



1 km
1 mW




       In order to offer the same performance as DASH7,
       900 MHz technologies r...
433 MHz vs. 2.45 GHz



1 km
1 mW




       In order to offer the same performance as DASH7,
       2.45 GHz technologies...
Goal of DASH7
                          Technology Development
        BUILD ON THE STRENGTHS OF 433 MHz!
        BUILD ON...
433 MHz Approved Nations




      www.dash7.org
Developer Tools for DASH7




                            TI CC430 & Kit
                             msp430.com
         ...
DASH7 Automotive Applications
  DASH7 Automotive Applications
• Sharon Barnes
  Sharon Barnes
  – Co‐Chair, Outreach Worki...
Objectives

1) Ensure that the needs of the automotive
   sector are identified and reflected in the
   submissions by DAS...
Applications in Automotive
                             In‐bound Logistics
• Knowing:
  – When parts and 
    sub‐assembli...
Applications in Automotive
                    Line Management / WIP
• Measuring:
  – Dwell time

  – Completion time
    ...
Applications in Automotive
                                 Yard Management
• Providing:
   – Ease of locating

   – Virtu...
Plans for 2009/2010
1) Launch Automotive Working Group
2) Educate key automotive manufacturers on the ISO
   18000-7 stand...
Questions & Answers
Questions & Answers




       www.dash7.org
You Are Invited

Join the DASH7 Alliance!
• Open Membership
• Dec 1st Deadline for 50% Off
  Dec 1 Deadline for 50% Off 
•...
Thank You
                   Thank You
• Contact:
  – Paul Ritchie
     • paul@dash7 org
       paul@dash7.org
  – Website...
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Introduction to DASH7 Webinar Presentation

  1. 1. WELCOME to Introduction to DASH7 Technology Hosted by the DASH7 Alliance Thursday, November 12, 2009 www.dash7.org
  2. 2. Agenda • Intro to DASH7 Alliance – Paul Ritchie, DASH7 Alliance Executive Director • DASH7 Market Overview – Pat Burns, President, DASH7 Alliance • DASH7 Tech Overview – JP Norair Applications Engineer Savi Technology Norair, Engineer, • DASH7 Automotive Case Study – Sharon Barnes, CEO RFind Systems , y • Q&A • Closing & Thank You www.dash7.org
  3. 3. DASH7 Alliance Background The DASH7 Alliance is a consortium of leading RFID g industry players, gathered to advance the use of DASH7 wireless sensor networking technology More than 30 organizations, manufacturers, systems integrators, developers, regulators, academia, and end- users are working together to promote the use of DASH7 The DASH7 Alliance is officially established in 2009 as a non-profit non profit 501c6 California corporation Website www.dash7.org www.dash7.org
  4. 4. Goals of the DASH7™ Alliance • Promote cross-vendor interoperability among device vendors building products to the ISO 18000-7 standard • D l improvements and extensions t th ISO 18000-7 Develop i t d t i to the 18000 7 standard. • Work to ensure that products claiming DASH7™ capabilities DASH7 comply with DASH7™ specifications. • Encourage the development of products using DASH7™ technology. t h l • Educate consumers and enterprises, globally, about DASH7™ technology www.dash7.org
  5. 5. DASH7 Alliance Org Chart Board of Directors Charter Members Steering Principal Advisory Board Members Committee Associate Members Outreach Technology Test and Certification Working Group Working Group Working Group Feed Ideas Alliance Provides Stability & Neutrality,  Membership Provides Voice & Volunteer Resources www.dash7.org
  6. 6. You Are Invited Join the DASH7 Alliance! • Open Membership • Leadership Opportunities d h • Non‐Profit Technical Advisory Board • Annual Meeting:  Feb 2‐3, 2010 in San Juan,  Puerto Rico • Email paul@dash7.org or visit www.dash7.org   for more details for more details www.dash7.org
  7. 7. DASH7 Market Overview DASH7 Market Overview • Pat Burns Pat Burns – President, DASH7 Alliance – Head of Licensing & Alliances @ Savi Technology Head of Licensing & Alliances @ Savi Technology – Located in Mountain View, CA –C t t Contact:  pat@dash7.org t@d h7 www.dash7.org
  8. 8. Based on the ISO 18000-7 standard 433 MHz, Globally Available MH Gl b ll A il bl 28K bps Range of 1 km + a ge o Sensor, Encryption, 2-Hop Capabilities 10-Year Battery Life Major M j customer commitments t it t DASH7 is to the ISO 18000‐7 standard as WiFi is to the IEEE 802.11 standard www.dash7.org
  9. 9. Which Frequency is Best? Each frequency has advantages and disadvantages … (low energy) Higher frequencies sacrifice important attributes in order to g q p deliver large bandwidths and higher dates rates. www.dash7.org
  10. 10. LE Low Power UWB Ra ng Ba e tte I n- ry Lif B ld gC e ov Lo er w ag e La ten Mu cy Co l ti - ex -h o i st p Pe w/ ne 80 tra 2 .1 tes 1n Pe Co ne www.dash7.org tra nc "B re t en tes e ds Wa "A ter Tr a ro ck un sM dM ov eta in g l Se Th cu in g Gl ri t s ob y Feature Comparison al l Sm yA a ll va Pro i la b le to co Da lS ta tac Ma Ra k j or te Cu s to me rs Fair Poor/None Good Very Good
  11. 11. DASH7 Occupies Low Power/Low Bandwidth Application Space www.dash7.org
  12. 12. DASH7: Mandated By the U S D D A d th U.S. DoD And All NATO Militaries Jan 2009: J 2009 $429 Milli DASH7 Million Award by DoD www.dash7.org
  13. 13. Smarter Cars: DASH7-Based Tire Pressure M it i Systems P Monitoring S t Mandating DASH7‐based TPMS can save 2 billion gallons of gasoline annually in the U.S. The DASH7 Alliance is leading the way by working with industry to harmonize existing  h S lli i l di h b ki i hi d h i i i proprietary 433 MHz TPMS solutions around DASH7  www.dash7.org
  14. 14. Smarter Homes: DASH7-Based Home Automation Systems We envision a world with DASH7‐enabled measurement and control  systems that can communicate reliably through walls and help us  systems that can communicate reliably through walls and help us manage electricity, water, waste, natural gas, and more. www.dash7.org
  15. 15. Smarter Irrigation With DASH7 DASH7‐enabled moisture sensors will help farmers better manage water consumption www.dash7.org
  16. 16. Mobile Phones Will Enable “Just-In-Time” Wireless Sensor Networks DASH7 + Mobile Phones  Reduced Need for Costly, Fixed Wireless Reader DASH7 + Mobile Phones = Reduced Need for Costly, Fixed Wireless “Reader”  Infrastructure www.dash7.org
  17. 17. Things You  Things Vaccine Did That You Need In a  Freeze or Overheat During Transit? Pandemic … Adding DASH7 temperature loggers to  p g p g shipments of high‐priced biologics can  isolate supply chain weaknesses and  strengthen pandemic preparedness www.dash7.org
  18. 18. Was The Boating License Renewed? DASH7 ushers In A New Era of Wireless Rights & Entitlements Monitoring For Federal,  State, & Local Governments, replacing manual and paper based systems www.dash7.org
  19. 19. Ecosystem Semiconductor &  Non‐Profit &  End Users Mission: Device Integrators Academia 1. Interoperability Testing & Certification 2. New Features For ISO 18000-7 3. Promote DASH7 In New Markets www.dash7.org
  20. 20. Container Security & Sensing  Initiative • New effort by the DASH7 Alliance to harmonize approaches to container security & the use of sensors using DASH7 • Many container types being addressed • Container Intrusion Detection • Electronic Seals www.dash7.org
  21. 21. DASH7 Technical Overview • JP Norair – Co-Chair, Technical Working Group, DASH7 Alliance – Applications Engineer @ Savi Technology – Located in Mountain View CA View, – jpnorair@savi.com www.dash7.org
  22. 22. DASH7 Power Advantage www.dash7.org
  23. 23. DASH7 Is Long Range At 433 MHz, DASH7 inherently has: • 6x the outdoor range of 2.45 GHz (WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee) DASH7 • 2x the outdoor range of 900 MHz • 10 - 100x the indoor range of either www.dash7.org
  24. 24. 433 MHz vs. 900 MHz 1 km 1 mW In order to offer the same performance as DASH7, 900 MHz technologies require: - A power-hungry multi-hop system with 4x the data rate - or alternatively 10x the infrastructure. www.dash7.org
  25. 25. 433 MHz vs. 2.45 GHz 1 km 1 mW In order to offer the same performance as DASH7, 2.45 GHz technologies require: - A power-hungry multi-hop system with 12x the data rate - or alternatively 100x the infrastructure. www.dash7.org
  26. 26. Goal of DASH7 Technology Development BUILD ON THE STRENGTHS OF 433 MHz! BUILD ON THE STRENGTHS OF 433 MHz! • Long range relaxes need for multi hopping multi-hopping Long Range • Strong signal propagation improves link reliability, relaxing need for extensive link eli bilit el ing fo e ten i e redundancies, such as mesh networking. • DASH7 communication elements (MAC, i ti l t (MAC Low Low PHY, Protocol) can thus be optimized to Power Latency minimize latency and power consumption. www.dash7.org
  27. 27. 433 MHz Approved Nations www.dash7.org
  28. 28. Developer Tools for DASH7 TI CC430 & Kit msp430.com msp430 com Open Source DASH7 Library STM32 “SmartSensor” Kit: for Microcontrollers ST Microelectronics &  opentag.sourceforge.net Arira Design g ariradesign.com/hdk.php www.dash7.org
  29. 29. DASH7 Automotive Applications DASH7 Automotive Applications • Sharon Barnes Sharon Barnes – Co‐Chair, Outreach Working Group, DASH7  Alliance – CEO @ RFind Systems – Located in Kelowna BC Located in Kelowna, BC – sbarnes@rfind.com www.dash7.org
  30. 30. Objectives 1) Ensure that the needs of the automotive sector are identified and reflected in the submissions by DASH7 to the ISO 18000-7 18000 7 standard 2) Raise awareness and encourage the use of DASH7-based technology in automotive DASH7 b d h l i i applications www.dash7.org
  31. 31. Applications in Automotive In‐bound Logistics • Knowing: – When parts and  sub‐assemblies  leave the factories – When they arrive in  Central Depot  – Where in Central Where in Central  Depot they are  located www.dash7.org
  32. 32. Applications in Automotive Line Management / WIP • Measuring: – Dwell time – Completion time Completion time – Where something is Where something is  removed from the  line www.dash7.org
  33. 33. Applications in Automotive Yard Management • Providing: – Ease of locating – Virtual fencing Virtual fencing – Shrinkage control Shrinkage control – Brand  authentication – P d t f t Product safety www.dash7.org
  34. 34. Plans for 2009/2010 1) Launch Automotive Working Group 2) Educate key automotive manufacturers on the ISO 18000-7 standard and DASH7 3) Begin work to identify the needs of automotive with respect to the ISO 18000-7 standard 4) Speak at key automotive conferences 5) Secure relationships with key industry groups: JAIF, Odette, AIAG JAMA/JAPIA Odette AIAG, JAMA/JAPIA, SAE www.dash7.org
  35. 35. Questions & Answers Questions & Answers www.dash7.org
  36. 36. You Are Invited Join the DASH7 Alliance! • Open Membership • Dec 1st Deadline for 50% Off Dec 1 Deadline for 50% Off  • Leadership Opportunities • Non Profit Technical Advisory Board Non‐Profit Technical Advisory Board • Major Opportunity to Influence A Very Strategic  Wireless Technology Wireless Technology • Email paul@dash7.org or visit www.dash7.org   for more details www.dash7.org
  37. 37. Thank You Thank You • Contact: – Paul Ritchie • paul@dash7 org paul@dash7.org – Website • www dash7 org www.dash7.org www.dash7.org

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