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  1. 1. Joining In-Home Sensing onto the Internet of Things Russell Haggar iHEAT Conference 2012 13 November 2012 Cambridge www.cir-strategy.com/events/heatWhole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  2. 2. Synopsisu  Intelligent in-building environmental control and monitoring needs a method for connecting sensors, devices and appliances that meets the offering’s overall goals.u  Connectivitythat works for large scale rollouts at appliance-level price points is challenging and requires more than mere off-the-shelf thinking.u  We call this concept “In-Home M2M”Whole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  3. 3. Internet of Things: It’s Already Bigu  Connecting up more than just the humans 2010: Cisco/IBM: “1 trillion connected devices in 2013” 2011: Cisco/Ericsson: “50 billion connected devices in 2020” 2012: GSMA: “24 billion by 2020 – $4.5 trillion market value”u  What’s connected ? }  Us }  Our devices }  Our machines }  Our worldWhole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  4. 4. Internet of Things: It’s Already Bigu  What’s connected ? }  Us }  Our devices }  Our machines }  Our world u  And even our livestock }  “The average cow generates about 200 megabytes of information a year”Whole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  5. 5. $2.7 Trillion Value from Just 10 Apps Source: GSMA 2012 Connected Car600 Clinical Remote Monitoring500 Assisted Living400 Home & Building Security Pay-As-You-Drive Insurance300 Next-Gen Car Usage200 Smart Meters Traffic Management100 Electric Vehicle Charging 0 Building Automation Market Value (US$ billion) by 2020Whole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  6. 6. $2.7 Trillion Value from Just 10 Apps Connected Car600 Clinical Remote Monitoring500 Assisted Living400 Home & Building Security In-Building Pay-As-You-Drive Insurance Market Value300 Next-Gen Car Usage = $1.0 tn200 Smart Meters Traffic Management100 Electric Vehicle Charging 0 Building Automation Market Value (US$ billion)Whole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  7. 7. Internet of Things in the Homeu  Connecting devices is a “Machine-to-Machine” task }  M2M in the Home needs (near) perfect coverageu  Useful M2M services at home: }  Smart metering Connectivity Essentials: }  Environmental control }  Mass Market installable }  Home energy management }  No more wires }  Smart appliances }  Low cost }  Assisted living }  Works everywhere, always }  E-Health }  Scalable }  Microgeneration monitoring }  Low power usageWhole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  8. 8. Warning! Comms Engineers at Work IoT (M2M) gathers pace Ethernet   Token  Ring   1980 1990 2000 2010Whole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  9. 9. Radio in the Home: WiFi Coverage ? u  Modellingof 2.4GHz radio (eg WiFi)4 coverage inside a building with walls and floors200 5 u  Propagation modelling only – ignores Tx 10 spectrum congestion effects 15 25 20 20 15 10 25 5 30 0 Adjacent floor Adjacent floor Within same floor (aerated concrete) (concrete)Whole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  10. 10. Connectivity in the Homeu  Key characteristics of In-Home M2M: }  Walls and floors are hostile to radio }  WiFi airwaves congested with neighbours’ networks }  Mixture of battery-powered and mains-powered devices }  Broadband network likely already deployed }  No IT manager available }  Householder does not want multiple networks }  Ad hoc connectivity and repositioning of appliances }  High sensitivity to cost }  High sensitivity to privacy and ownershipu  Any compromise around a “convenient” technology risks a product’s mass market relevanceWhole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  11. 11. No Single Solution for In-Home M2M WiFi ZigBee Bluetooth HomePlug Hanadu Green PHY Battery friendly N Y Y N N Whole-house w/o meshing N N N N Y Whole-house w/ meshing N Y N N Y Power usage < 1W Y Y Y N Y High node counts Y Y N Y Y Full “IoT IPv6” (6LP, ZB N Y N N Y profiles) Secure Sometimes Y Y Y Y Proprietary radio solutions exist at 433MHz and 868MHz – they are rarely scalableWhole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  12. 12. In-Home M2M: An “Internet of Silos” ? u  Whose network is it ? u  Which application belongs to which service ? Householder u  Privacy & Security HEM u  Householder’s network needs extension to be compartmentalised ? Manufacturer Monitoring Service Energy Utility M2M •  Pre-emptive Service maintenance •  Demand Shifting •  Behaviour •  Itemised Billing observanceWhole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  13. 13. Hanadu™u  In development since 2009 – greenfield approachu  Powerline complement to ZigBeeu  Proprietary open specification (like ZigBee, Bluetooth, etc.)u  Designed for In-Home M2Mu  Ultra-small form factoru  Sub-500mW poweru  Standards compliantu  Whole home coverageu  Full co-existence with other technologiesWhole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  14. 14. Closeu  Connectivityfor Intelligent Control Systems sits within the context of what else is going into the home }  Point solutions }  Platform solutionsu  Platformsolutions aim to support multiple In-Home M2M and other applicationsu  Re-purposingan old connectivity solution risks being a compromise too far }  Mass market solutions have to work for everyoneu  No single technology will work for everything }  Hybrid approaches essential eg ZigBee/Weightless/HanaduWhole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012
  15. 15. Thank Youwww.xsilon.comrussell.haggar@xsilon.comVP, Business Development & Co-founderWhole Home, Every Home M2M™ © Xsilon Ltd 2012

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