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Seminario IoT - Internet of Things

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Seminario IoT - Internet of Things

  1. 1. Internet of Things Seminário Disciplina TP-525 – Redes Convergentes Luiz Oliveira Oliveira.luiz@inatel.br Junho 2014
  2. 2. Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology and a market development based on the inter-connection of everyday objects among themselves and applications. IoT will enable an ecosystem of smart applications and services, which will improve and simplify people lives. Whereas in the first run Internet of Things referred to the advent of barcodes and Radio-frequency identification (RFID), helping to automate inventory, tracking and basic identification, the second current wave of IoT sees a strong verve for connecting sensors, objects, devices, data and applications. The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things
  3. 3. • The next wave could be called a “cognitive IoT”, facilitating object and data reuse across application domains, leveraging on hyper-connectivity, interoperability solutions and semantic enriched information distribution, incorporating intelligence at different levels, in the objects, devices, network(s), systems and in the applications for evidence-based decision making and priority setting. • At the same time, the IoT will bring hyper-connectivity to a global society, using augmented and rich interfaces. • This global society will also be characterized by higher semi- autonomous system behavior than today. The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things
  4. 4. The Internet of Things Applications for Society • Smart cities are an obvious application of IoT as a horizontal enabler, covering sustainable smart grids, smart mobility and smart health. • Advances in integration and miniaturization of ultra-low power components and micro systems and increased autonomy and flexibility of service robots is accelerating the diffusion of embedded ICT in all types of physical objects and artefacts ranging from clothes and even bodies to homes, cars and transport systems, as well as all public spaces and cities. https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things
  5. 5. Forces of transformation: • Digitization • Globalization • Regulation • Personalization • Software intensive products • Servitization • Connectivity The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things
  6. 6. Enabling technology - Resources Computing Infrastructure: • Expanded Data Storage Capabilities • Increasing Processor Performance/Efficiency • Evolution of Cloud Computing/Big Data Tools Communication Infrastructure: • Evolution of Connectivity • Introduction of IPv6 Address Scheme • Ubiquity of Connectivity Things: • Miniaturization and Efficiency of Components: • Declining Prices of Processors, Sensors and Components • Software Development Frameworks The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things
  7. 7. Market point of View The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things
  8. 8. Capabilities of smart, connected products: • Personalize/Customize: • Monitor Condition/Operation • Monitor Environment • Remote Control • Service/Upgrade • Autonomous The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things
  9. 9. Impact of the internet of things on manufacturers Value is Shifting from • Hardware to Software: • Product to Cloud: • Product to Service: The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things
  10. 10. • Compatibility between communication protocols • Mobility and resource management • Processing mechanisms • Control and management mechanisms and protocols • Information privacy, security and trust • Mechanisms for accountability and billing • Convergence and interoperability of heterogeneous WS&AN Market Challenges
  11. 11. Market Challenges Interconnection and Mobility
  12. 12. Entidades Envolvidas IoT-A Partner List Produtos de Mercado FP7 ARM Architecture Reference Model FIA – RWI – IoT-I Projetos orientados a IoT: SENSEI, ASPIRE, AUTOI SMARTSANTANDER WISEBED Projetos tocantes a IoT: INSTANT MOBILITY OUTSMART, SAFECITY SMARTAGRIFOOD FI-PPP Partners Serviços e Soluções de Mercado FIA Partners: EFIA FI-EC Serviços e Soluções de Mercado FIA-FP7 - EU’s Seventh Framework Programme RWI - Real World Internet FIA – Future Internet Assembly IoT-I – Internet of Things Initiative FI-PPP – Future Internet Public Private Partnership IoT-A – Internet of Things Architecture EFIA – European Future Internet Alliance FI-EC – Future Internet at European Commision
  13. 13. Programme Approach • The FI-PPP follows an industry-driven, holistic approach encompassing R&D on network and communication infrastructures, devices, software, service and media technologies; • In parallel, it promotes their experimentation and validation in real application contexts, bringing together demand and supply and involving users early in the research lifecycle. • The new platform will thus be used by a range actors, in particular SMEs and Public Administrations, to validate the technologies in the context of smart applications and their ability to support “user driven” innovation schemes. • The map of planned Future Internet PPP Pilot sites. • It is part of the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) and receives funding by the EC http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM
  14. 14. Vision • A Sustainable economy and an inclusive society in Europe. • Through the development of innovative Future Internet technologies for smart infrastructures, business processes, services and applications http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM
  15. 15. Major program goals • Accelerate the development and adoption of Future Internet technologies in Europe. • Advance the European market for smart infrastructures. • Increase the effectiveness of business processes through Future Internet technologies • Derive innovative business models that strengthen the competitive position of European industry in sectors such as telecommunication, mobile devices, software and services, and content provision and media. http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM
  16. 16. Technological objectives • Deliver validated Internet services on consistent and compatible platforms through usage area projects. • Provide a large selection of reusable key technology enablers, called Generic Enablers. • Validate Generic Enablers via large-scale service and application use case trials in different business sectors http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM
  17. 17. Programme Status The FI-PPP programme is performed in three phases from 2011 to 2016 • Phase 1: April 2011 – March 2013 – Usage area requirements – Development of architecture and generic and specific enablers – Evaluation of test infrastructures • Phase 2: April 2013 – March 2015 – Prepare for early trials – Develop core platform and use case specific functionalities – Run early trials • Phase 3: Spring 2014 – Spring 2016 – Provide stable infrastructure for large-scale trials – Prove viability of concept through large-scale trials including innovative SMEs – Create a sustainable ecosystem for SME-driven innovation http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM
  18. 18. • Architecture http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM
  19. 19. Facts about the program • Total investment by industry and the public sector: – 500 million euro, including 300 million euro EC contribution • Number of partner organisations: – 158 (phase 1 projects), 125 (phase 2 projects) • Industry share in the programme: – 68% (phase 1 projects), 60% (phase 2 projects) • Countries represented: – 23 (phase 1) projects, 21 (phase 2) projects Program facilitation and support • The FI-PPP program is facilitated and supported by a 5-year Coordination Action (CONCORD) that provides structures and processes for collaboration between all FI-PPP projects and ensures a coherent programme-wide vision-setting process in regard to business, policy and technological aspects of the FI-PPP The FI PPP PROGRAM http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/
  20. 20. FI-PPP Projects and Usage Areas Transport, logistics and agri-food • SMARTAGRIFOOD (Phase 1) – Worked on use cases, requirements and interfaces addressing the areas of farming, agri-logistics and food awareness. • WWW.SMARTAGRIFOOD.EU • FINEST (Phase 1) – Specified a future-internet enabled ICT platform to support collaboration and integration of international freight transport and logistics business networks. • WWW.FINEST-PPP.EU • FISPACE (Phase 2) – Aims at driving the development of an integrated and extensible collaboration service, together with an initial set of domain applications, thereby establishing the standard for supporting and optimizing inter-organizational business collaboration in the business sectors of global transport, logistics, and agri-food. • WWW.FISPACE.EU http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/
  21. 21. Personal mobility • Instant Mobility (Phase 1) – Developed a platform supporting new types of connected services for multimodal travel, smart city logistics and in-the-cloud traffic management. • HTTP://INSTANT-MOBILITY.COM Smart cities and public security • SAFECITY (Phase 1) – Addressed the area of smart public safety and security in cities. The project worked on specific requirements, enablers and scenarios aimed at making people feel safe in their surroundings. • WWW.SAFECITY-PROJECT.EU • OUTSMART (Phase 1) – Addressed the concept of smart cities by developing five innovation eco-systems. • WWW.FI-PPP-OUTSMART.EU FI-PPP Projects and Usage Areas http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/
  22. 22. • Social connected TV, mobile city services, and video games – FI-CONTENT (Phase 1) and FI-CONTENT 2 (Phase 2) • Environmental observation – ENVIROFI (Phase 1) • Smart energy – FINSENY (Phase 1) -> FINESCE (Phase 2) • Manufacturing – FITMAN (Phase 2) • e-Health – FI-STAR (Phase 2) FI-PPP Projects and Usage Areas http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/
  23. 23. FI-PPP Partners
  24. 24. IoT-A Partner List Produtos de Mercado FP7 ARM Architecture Reference Model FIA – RWI – IoT-I Projetos orientados a IoT: SENSEI, ASPIRE, AUTOI SMARTSANTANDER WISEBED Projetos tocantes a IoT: INSTANT MOBILITY OUTSMART, SAFECITY SMARTAGRIFOOD FI-PPP Partners Serviços e Soluções de Mercado FIA Partners: EFIA FI-EC Serviços e Soluções de Mercado FIA-FP7 - EU’s Seventh Framework Programme RWI - Real World Internet FIA – Future Internet Assembly IoT-I – Internet of Things Initiative FI-PPP – Future Internet Public Private Partnership IoT-A – Internet of Things Architecture EFIA – European Future Internet Alliance FI-EC – Future Internet at European Commision FIA-FP7 Program
  25. 25. FIA-FP7 Program The European Future Internet Assembly also known as FIA, is a collaboration between projects that have recognized the need to strengthen European activities on the Future Internet to maintain European competitiveness in the global marketplace. Currently FIA brings together around 150 research projects that are part of Challenge 1 of the ICT program of FP7 (the Seventh Framework Program - FP7). These projects are advancing the state of the art in: • The network of the future • Cloud Computing, Internet of Services and Advanced Software Engineering • Internet-connected objects • Trustworthy ICT • Networked Media and Search Systems • Socio-economic considerations for the Future Internet • Application domains for the Future Internet • Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE) http://www.future-internet.eu/home/future-internet-assembly.html
  26. 26. The Assembly is structured to permit open interactions and cross-fertilization across technical domains, reaching out to whoever has talent in Europe's Future Internet research community and it works towards: • Vision, challenges, scenarios and roadmaps for FI research. • The development of pre-normative principles, concepts, design, architectures, recommendations and functional specifications of key FI system components and their interfaces • The development and maintenance of a consolidated calendar of events • Steering the FIA community towards a higher degree of coordination and integration of the FI research actions by improving communication and collaboration between participating communities and improving the visibility of research results. FIA is open to all researchers engaged in Future Internet research (be they at EU or not) to contribute and participate towards FIA’s goals FIA-FP7 Program http://www.future-internet.eu/home/future-internet-assembly.html
  27. 27. The organization of the FIA is supported by several organizations, projects and individuals: • European Commission, as overall coordinator • “Caretakers”, these are representatives coming from the different research domains that select the topics for the FIA conference and organize parallel sessions FIA-FP7 Program http://www.future-internet.eu/home/future-internet-assembly.html • Coordination and support action (CSA) projects that are committed to support the FIA. These are called FISA projects (Future Internet Support Actions). • Research projects that support the FIA goals Organisation of the FIA
  28. 28. FIA Working Groups In between conferences, collaboration among projects and individuals is encouraged through FIA Working Groups. Each project is expected to contribute to at least one technical WG. • A number of technical FIA WG are/will be set-up in accordance with the FIA objectives, expected technical results and based on an open call for WGs. • Each WGs’ membership would be from multiple FP7 project teams and multiple domains. • Each WG will register its tasks (e.g. rational, scope, activities, results, etc.) with the FIA SC (Steering Committee) and will maintain an open Web presence (i.e. membership, scope, work plan and results). • The WGs will produce some of the FIA deliverables as identified in Section 5 under the steering of FIA SC. • The WG tasks and work progress will be periodically reviewed and monitored by FIA SC on an annual basis. • If a WG is not longer delivering to FIA objectives the group will be closed by the FIA SC. FIA-FP7 Program http://www.future-internet.eu/home/future-internet-assembly.html
  29. 29. The FIA WG's which exist at the moment are: • Roadmapping, see http://fisa.future-internet.eu/index.php/FIA_Research_Roadmap • (Pre-)Standardisation, http://fisa.future-internet.eu/index.php/FIA_Standardisation_Support • International Collaboration see http://fisa.future-internet.eu/index.php/FIA_International_Cooperation • FI Architectures, http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/foi/research/fiarch/index_en.htm • Management and Service-aware Networking Architectures, see http://reservoir.cs.ucl.ac.uk/twiki/bin/view/FIA_MANA_Members/WebHome and Linked Open Data, http://linkeddata.future-internet.eu • Enterprises, http://services.future-internet.eu/index.php/Enterprises • Real World Internet, see http://rwi.future-internet.eu/index.php/Main_Page • Trust and Security http://security.future-internet.eu/index.php/Main_Page • Future Content Networks, see http://www.gatv.ssr.upm.es/nextmedia/index.php/nextmediagroups/fcn • FIA Book, http://services.future-internet.eu/index.php?title=FIA_Book_3 • FI Portal, www.future-internet.eu FIA-FP7 Program http://www.future-internet.eu/home/future-internet-assembly.html
  30. 30. FIA Results • FIA Books • A critical assessment of the user/service capabilities of possible architectural models addressed by the Community • Functional specifications of components • Open source solutions • Evaluations of existing solutions • Roadmaps • White papers • Scenarios • Etc. FIA-FP7 Program http://www.future-internet.eu/home/future-internet-assembly.html
  31. 31. Topic Acronym Unit PO Coordinator Socio-economics Seserv D1 Paulo de Sousa Burkhard Stiller Future Content Networks NextMedia D2 Isidro Laso Guillermo Cisneros/Federico Alvarez Services Sofi D3 Anne-Marie Sassen Lyndon Nixon Real World Internet IOT-I D4 Peter Friess Prof. Rahim Tafazolli FIRE FIRESTATION F4 Manuel Monteiro Timo Lahnalampi Security and Trust EFFECTS+ F5 Cristian Olimid Frances Cleary assisted by Keith Howker Future Internet EIFFEL D1 Remy Bayou Petri Mähönen Political/socioeconomic conference PARADISO 2 F4 Fabrizio Sestini Roger Torrenti Living labs towards Smart Cities FIREBALL F4 Jean-Pierre Euzen Michael Nilsson Create environment for standardisation of testbeds MyFire F4 Jacques Babot Franck Le Gall RFID-related Activities and Standardisation CASAGRAS 2 D4 Peter Friess Ian Smith reduce mobile internet applications fragmentation through standardisation MOSQUITO D3 Lars Pedersen Franck Le Gall Search CHORUS + D2 Loretta Anania Jean-Charles Point Enterprise Interoperability ENSEMBLE D4 Cristina Martinez John Psarras Future Internet Support Actions FIA-FP7 Program http://www.future-internet.eu/home/future-internet-assembly.html
  32. 32. ASPIRE - Advanced Sensors and lightweight Programmable middleware for Innovative Rfid Enterprise applications • Will change the current RFID deployment paradigm, through introducing and boosting a shift towards royalty-free RFID middleware, while also placing the middleware at the heart of RFID infrastructures. • In this paradigm a great deal of an RFID's solution intelligence is place on the middleware, which is freely offered to end-users (particularly SMEs). • Accordingly, the RFID middleware can integrate with low-cost hardware, as well as with legacy IT and networking infrastructures of the networked enterprise. • To support this paradigm ASPIRE will develop and deliver a lightweight, royalty-free, programmable, privacy friendly, standards-compliant, scalable, integrated and intelligent middleware platform that will facilitate low-cost development and deployment of innovative fully automatic RFID solutions. FIA-FP7 IoT Projects www.fp7-aspire.eu
  33. 33. AUTOI • The current Internet has been founded on a basic architectural premise: – a simple network service is used as a universal means to interconnect intelligent end systems. • The end-to-end argument has served to maintain this simplicity by pushing complexity into the endpoints. FIA-FP7 IoT Projects www.ist-autoi.eu www.rfidglobal.eu CASAGRAS • Are a key group of international partners representing Europe, the USA, China, Japan and Korea who has joined a strategic EU funded 7th Framework initiative that will look at global standards, regulatory and other issues concerning RFID and its role in realizing an “Internet of Things.
  34. 34. AWISSENET - (Ad-hoc personal area network & WIreless Sensor SEcure NETwork) • Is a project focused on security and resilience across ad-hoc PANs and wireless sensor networks. • Motivations – to implement and validate a scalable, secure, trusted networking protocol stack, – able to offer self-configuration and secure roaming of data and services – over multiple administrative domains – and across insecure infrastructures of heterogeneous ad-hoc & wireless tiny sensory networks. www.awissenet.eu FIA-FP7 IoT Projects
  35. 35. • In order to realize the vision of Ambient Intelligence in a future network and service environment, heterogeneous wireless sensor and actuator networks (WS&AN) have to be integrated into a common framework of global scale and made available to services and applications via universal service interfaces. • SENSEI creates an open, business driven architecture that fundamentally addresses the scalability problems for a large number of globally distributed WS&A devices. • It provides necessary network and information management services to enable reliable and accurate context information retrieval and interaction with the physical environment. • By adding mechanisms for accounting, security, privacy and trust it enables an open and secure market space for context-awareness and real world interaction. FIA-FP7 IoT Projects SENSEI www.ict-sensei.org
  36. 36. Key points in the SENSEI vision of Ambient Intelligence in a future network and service environment integrating wireless sensor and actuator networks (WSAN) efficiently into the Future Internet: • The growing importance of context-awareness as an enabler for more intelligent, invisible and autonomous • Applications and services has highlighted the need for a greater integration of the physical with the digital world; • The lack of an open framework for WSAN is leading to the emergence of closed vertically integrated WSAN • Deployments that will prevent re-use of context information for new applications and services; • The observation that embedded sensors and actuators will make up the majority of connected devices in the Future Internet. • Future Internet and their specific requirements will have a strong impact on the design of the Future Internet. SENSEI FIA-FP7 IoT Projects www.ict-sensei.org
  37. 37. 1. A highly scalable architectural framework with corresponding protocol solutions that enable easy plug and play integration of a large number of globally distributed WSAN into a global system – providing support for network and information management, security, privacy and trust and accounting; 2. An open service interface and corresponding semantic specification to unify the access to context information and actuation services offered by the system for services and applications; 3. Efficient WSAN island solutions consisting of a set of cross-optimized and energy aware protocol stacks including an ultra low power multi-mode transceiver targetting 5nJ/bit; 4. Pan European test platform, enabling large scale experimental evaluation of the SENSEI results and execution of field trials - providing a tool for long term evaluation of WSAN integration into the Future Internet. FIA-FP7 IoT Projects www.ict-sensei.org SENSEI - Tangible results of the SENSEI project will be:
  38. 38. Based on industrially led business cases, scenarios and socio-economic analysis, SENSEI achieves its goal and vision by (1/2): • Investigating and researching sensor information services to intelligently and profitably generate sensor based context information as well as provide actuation functionalities, both at the necessary level of quality while maintaining scalability and supporting adaptability; • Researching and developing a scalable sensor and actuator networking framework that enables information to be used globally and heterogeneous sensors and networks of sensors to be interoperable, efficiently managed and easily added to the framework through Plug & Play tools (PnP); FIA-FP7 IoT Projects www.ict-sensei.org SENSEI - Goals
  39. 39. SENSEI achieves its goal and vision by (2/2): • Researching and developing efficient and flexible solutions for WSANs for environmental, object and body sensor networks based on a common architectural framework; • Developing and prototyping solutions for efficient WSAN Islands and test platform of the SENSEI concept; • Disseminate its results, contributing to the Future Internet definition and Standards. FIA-FP7 IoT Projects www.ict-sensei.org SENSEI - Goals
  40. 40. FIA-FP7 IoT Projects SENSEI - Partners
  41. 41. FIA-FP7 IoT Projects www.ict-sensei.org SENSEI – Concept and Scope Sensor services and interfaces to applications • Providing access to context information and actuation services in a unified manner over standardized interfaces across domains in a global and open market setting. • Design standardized service interfaces offering applications and application developers access to different abstraction levels of sensing and actuation service components.
  42. 42. FIA-FP7 IoT Projects www.ict-sensei.org SENSEI – Concept and Scope WS&AN islands –sensing and actuation • Design mechanisms and protocols able to deal with the consequences caused by mobility of WS&AN solutions and entities of interest. • Design highly energy and spectrum efficient mechanisms and protocols to capture and actuate the context information. • Design mechanisms and protocols ensuring trust, security and information privacy.
  43. 43. SMARTSANTANDER • One of the main objectives of the project is to fuel the use of the experimental facility among the scientific community, end users and service providers in order to reduce the technical and societal barriers that prevent the IoT concept to become an everyday reality. • To attract the widest interest and demonstrate the usefulness of the SmartSantander platform, a key aspect that will be addressed, is the inclusion of a wide set of applications. • Application areas are selected based on their high potential impact on the citizens as well as to exhibit the diversity, dynamics and scale that are essential in advanced protocol and algorithmic solutions, and will be able to be evaluated through the platform. • Thus, the platform is intended to be attractive for all involved stakeholders: Industries, communities of users, other entities that are willing to use the experimental facility for deploying and assessing new services and applications as well as Future Internet researchers to validate their cutting-edge technologies (protocols, algorithms, radio interfaces, etc.). www.smartsantander.eu FIA-FP7 IoT Projects
  44. 44. WISEBED - (Wireless Sensor Network Testbeds) • Will provide a multi-level infrastructure of interconnected “testbeds” of largescale wireless sensor networks for research purposes, pursuing an interdisciplinary approach that integrates the aspects of hardware, software, algorithms, and data. • This will demonstrate how heterogeneous small-scale devices and “testbeds” can be brought together to form well-organized, large-scale structures, rather than just some large network; • It will allow research not only at a much larger scale, but also in different quality, due to heterogeneous structure and the ability to deal with dynamic scenarios, both in membership and location. FIA-FP7 IoT Projects www.wisebed.eu
  45. 45. The Internet of Things Initiative • The IoT Initiative is a coordinated action on that will support the development of the European IoT community for the next years. • The IoT initiative (IoT-i), a EU Framework Programme 7 project, started in September 2010, brings together key actors from all relevant but currently fragmented IoT communities in Europe to work jointly towards a common vision of the Internet of Things. • It represents the first serious attempt in building a unified IoT community in Europe, going across boundaries of disparate technology sectors, in order to create a joint European strategic vision of the Internet of Things and aligning this vision with the current developments on the Future Internet. • IoT-i pursues the achievement of the following strategic objectives: – Creating a joint strategic and technical vision for the IoT in Europe that encompasses the currently fragmented sectors of the IoT domain holistically. – Contribute to the creation of an economically sustainable and socially acceptable environment in Europe for IoT technologies and respective R&D activities. – Creating an environment that favors international adoption of European IoT technology. http://www.iot-i.eu/public/front-page
  46. 46. • Ericsson (SRB) • Telefonica (SP) • NEC Europe Ltd. (UK) • SAP (D) • Universität zu Lübeck (D) • CEA (F) • Alcatel Lucent (D) • VDI/VDE IT (D) • Thales Research & Technology (UK) • Universitat St Gallen (CH) • Ericsson AB (S) • Alexandra Instituttet (DK) • Universität Zürich (CH) • Telenor ASA (N) • University of Melbourne (AUS) • Hitachi Europe Ltd (UK) The Internet of Things Initiative IoT-I Consortium The IoT-I project gathers following partners: • Coordinator: University of Surrey (UK) - Centre for Communication Systems Research • Contact: Francois Carrez http://www.iot-i.eu/public/front-page
  47. 47. IoT-A Partner List Produtos de Mercado FP7 ARM Architecture Reference Model FIA – RWI – IoT-I Projetos orientados a IoT: SENSEI, ASPIRE, AUTOI SMARTSANTANDER WISEBED Projetos tocantes a IoT: INSTANT MOBILITY OUTSMART, SAFECITY SMARTAGRIFOOD FI-PPP Partners Serviços e Soluções de Mercado FIA Partners: EFIA FI-EC Serviços e Soluções de Mercado FIA-FP7 - EU’s Seventh Framework Programme RWI - Real World Internet FIA – Future Internet Assembly IoT-I – Internet of Things Initiative FI-PPP – Future Internet Public Private Partnership IoT-A – Internet of Things Architecture EFIA – European Future Internet Alliance FI-EC – Future Internet at European Commision IoT - Architecture and Interoperability
  48. 48. IoT - Architecture and Interoperability Architecture and Interoperability – Why need? • During the course of the flagship project on IoT Architecture, namely FP7 IoT-A, a large part of the project effort was dedicated to coming up with an Architectural Reference Model for the IoT– nicknamed ARM. • The ARM is not an IoT Architecture, but rather a generic Reference Architecture (and architecting framework) that covers holistically the architecting activity and can be used in order to derive concrete IoT architectures. http://iotforum.org/work-groups/architecture-and-interoperability/
  49. 49. The ARM is made of three main parts: 1. A set of models: i. Domain model, ii. Information Model, iii. Communication Model, iv. Functional Model and v. Trust, Security and Privacy Model; 2. A set of views and perspectives, e.g. Functional view and Security perspective; 3. A large set of guidelines (Including a precise description of the architecting process itself and an open list of Design choices) that help architects in deriving their concrete architecture according to their specific requirements. IoT - Architecture and Interoperability http://iotforum.org/work-groups/architecture-and-interoperability/
  50. 50. IoT Forum works on: i. refine the appropriate models ii. complete/update when necessary views and perspectives (for instance identifying new Functional Components and specifying high level interface) iii. identify/select specific technologies and make design choices The result of this activity will be the complete definition of elected profiles that are expected to be adopted by IoT system architect. IoT - Architecture and Interoperability http://iotforum.org/work-groups/architecture-and-interoperability/
  51. 51. IoT-A – Internet of Things Architecture IoT-A Partner List Produtos de Mercado FP7 ARM Architecture Reference Model FIA – RWI – IoT-I Projetos orientados a IoT: SENSEI, ASPIRE, AUTOI SMARTSANTANDER WISEBED Projetos tocantes a IoT: INSTANT MOBILITY OUTSMART, SAFECITY SMARTAGRIFOOD FI-PPP Partners Serviços e Soluções de Mercado FIA Partners: EFIA FI-EC Serviços e Soluções de Mercado FIA-FP7 - EU’s Seventh Framework Programme RWI - Real World Internet FIA – Future Internet Assembly IoT-I – Internet of Things Initiative FI-PPP – Future Internet Public Private Partnership IoT-A – Internet of Things Architecture EFIA – European Future Internet Alliance FI-EC – Future Internet at European Commision
  52. 52. • IoT-A, the European Lighthouse Integrated Project has addressed for three years the Internet-of-Things Architecture, and created the proposed architectural reference model together with the definition of an initial set of key building blocks. • Together they are envisioned as foundations for fostering the emerging Internet of Things. • Using an experimental paradigm, IoT-A combined top-down reasoning about architectural principles and design guidelines with simulation and prototyping in exploring the technical consequences of architectural design choices. http://www.iot-a.eu/public IoT-A – Internet of Things Architecture
  53. 53. The IoT-A Mission (1/2): • To provide an architectural reference model for the interoperability of Internet- of-Things systems, outlining principles and guidelines for the technical design of its protocols, interfaces, and algorithms; • To assess existing IoT protocol suits and derive mechanisms to achieve end-to- end inter-operability for seamless communication between IoT devices; • To derive adaptive mechanisms for distributed orchestration of IoT resource interactions exposing self-* properties in order to deal with the complex dynamics of real world environments; • To develop a novel resolution infrastructure for the IoT, allowing scalable look up and discovery of IoT resources, entities of the real world and their associations; • To develop IoT device platform components including device hardware and run- time environment; IoT-A – Internet of Things Architecture http://www.iot-a.eu/public/introduction/missioncollage
  54. 54. The IoT-A Mission (2/2): • To develop modelling tools and a description language for goal-oriented IoT aware (business) process interactions allowing expression of their dependencies for a variety of deployment models. • To holistically embed effective and efficient security and privacy mechanisms into IoT devices and the protocols and services they utilize. • To validate the architectural reference model against the derived requirements with the implementation of real life use cases that demonstrate the benefits of the developed solutions. • To contribute to the dissemination and exploitation of the developed architectural foundations. IoT-A – Internet of Things Architecture
  55. 55. IoT-A Partner List http://www.iot-a.eu/public/partners
  56. 56. IoT-A Partner List http://www.iot-a.eu/public/partners
  57. 57. • Postscapes publishes a catalog of projects, events, interviews and company/job listings within the industry. – CompanyList (http://postscapes.com/companies) – JobList (http://postscapes.com/joblist) – IoT Trackers (http://postscapes.com/trackers/) – Interview Series (http://postscapes.com/interviews) • Along with the IoT Council, launched the Worldwide Internet of Things Day and associated IoTEvents.org website IoT Public Journal http://postscapes.com/labs/#all
  58. 58. Key Internet of Things Players http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies
  59. 59. Key Internet of Things Players • "ARM’s comprehensive product offering includes 32-bit RISC microprocessors, graphics processors, enabling software, cell libraries, embedded memories , high- speed connectivity products, peripherals and development tools." • IoT Overview: "ARM creates sensors, controllers, and other embedded intelligence in devices. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the collection of smart, sensor-enabled physical objects, and the networks, servers and services that interact with them. It is a trend and not a single sector or market. However, ARM’s technology designs enable the current and future IoT applications and services to become truly ubiquitous and intelligent.“ • IoT Projects & Activity: – - Internet of Things Site – - UK Technology Strategy Board project – - Aquired Sensinode – - Video - ARM CEO on the 'Internet of Things' http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies
  60. 60. • "Worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of microcontrollers, capacitive touch solutions, advanced logic, mixed-signal, nonvolatile memory and radio frequency (RF) components." • IoT Overview: "Today, Atmel is right at the heart of The Internet of Things, a highly intelligent, connected world where Internet-enabled devices will outnumber people. Our technologies are fueling machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and the “industrial Internet.” • IoT Projects & Activity: – Purchased Ozmo a provider of low power WiFi in 2004 – Embedded Design Blog // IoT Tag http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  61. 61. • "The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and services, active in the fields of automotive technology, energy and building technology, industrial technology, and consumer goods." • IoT Tagline: The Internet of Things and Services • IoT Overview: "In the near future, more and more devices and systems will be capable of sending and receiving data automatically via the internet. We’re already poised on the verge of new developments that offer enormous market potential. According to our estimates, by the year 2015 more than six billion devices and systems will be connected to each other and exchanging data via the internet. The Internet of Things and Services (IoTS) isn’t just a distant vision of the future, however – it’s already very real and is having an impact on more than just technological developments." • IoT Projects & Activity: – Internet of Things Blog // RSS – Video Introduction – Bosch IoT Labs http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  62. 62. • "Cisco hardware, software, and service offerings are used to create the Internet solutions that make networks possible-providing easy access to information anywhere, at any time." • IoT Tagline: The Internet of Everything • IoT Overview: "Cisco defines the Internet of Everything (IoE) as bringing together people, process, data, and things to make networked connections more relevant and valuable than ever before-turning information into actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences, and unprecedented economic opportunity for businesses, individuals, and countries." • IoT Projects & Activity: – Whitepaper – Video Introduction – Infographic http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  63. 63. • "Ericsson is the world’s leading provider of technology and services to telecom operators." • IoT Tagline: Networked Society • IoT Overview: "Ericsson has a vision of 50 billion connected devices by 2020. Included in this vision is the Networked Society where all aspects of people's lives, the operations of enterprises and society in general are impacted by the proliferation of communications. The Internet of Things will be a major cornerstone of an emerging networked society.“ • IoT Projects & Activity: – IoT Research Blog – Networked Society Film – Video: The Social Web of Things http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  64. 64. • "Freescale is a leader in embedded processing solutions for the automotive, consumer, industrial and networking markets. From microcontrollers and microprocessors to sensors, analog ICs and connectivity, our technologies are fueling the next great wave of innovation." • IoT Tagline: Connected Intelligence • IoT Overview: "At Freescale, we see the Internet of Things (IoT) as billions of intelligent connections that will encompass every aspect of our lives and make our world smarter, greener and safer. We believe that the biggest opportunities within the IoT will be in the transformational shift from the computing nexus to highly intelligent nodes - when intelligence massively scales, and the nodes have the power to learn, adapt and communicate.“ • IoT Projects & Activity: – Created IoT World – Infographic – Whitepaper: What the Internet of Things Needs to Become a Reality (PDF) http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  65. 65. • "We build appliances, lighting, power systems and other products that help millions of homes, offices, factories and retail facilities around the world work better." • IoT Tagline: Industrial Internet • IoT Overview: "New GE technology merges big iron with big data to create brilliant machines. This convergence of machine and intelligent data is known as the Industrial Internet, and it's changing the way we work.“ • IoT Projects & Activity: – IndustrialInternet.com – Minds & Machines Conference – Whitepaper (PDF) – Video: Brillant Machines http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  66. 66. • "Google is a global technology leader focused on improving the ways people connect with information." • IoT Overview: No statement from company on specific IoT outlook • IoT Projects & Activity: - Event: Company acquires Nest Labs in Jan 2014 - Event: Company acquires Waze in 2013 - Event: Company acquires several robotics, AI, and computer vision companies - Google Ventures - Android (Android @ Home) http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  67. 67. • "IBM offers a wide range of technology and consulting services; a broad portfolio of middleware for collaboration, predictive analytics, software development and systems management; and the world's most advanced servers and supercomputers." • IoT Tagline: Smarter Planet • IoT Overview: "Over the past century, we have seen the emergence of a kind of global data field. The planet itself—natural systems, human systems, physical objects—have always generated an enormous amount of data, but until recent decades, we weren't able to hear it, to see it, to capture it. Now we can because all of these things have been instrumented with microchips, UPC codes and other technologies. And they're all interconnected, so now we can actually have access to the data. In effect, the planet has grown a central nervous system and is developing intelligence. It's becoming a much smarter planet.“ • IoT Projects & Activity: - Video: IoT Overview - Whitepaper: A mandate for change is a mandate for smart (PDF) - MQTT Support - IBM MessageSight - IBM MoteRunner http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  68. 68. • "Intel Corporation designs, manufactures, and sells integrated digital technology platforms worldwide." • IoT Tagline: Intelligent Systems • IoT Overview: "The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming our world from disconnected, isolated systems to Internet-enabled devices that can network and communicate with each other and the cloud, providing the opportunity for businesses to enhance productivity and efficiency, develop new services and improve real-time decision making. Intel is working to accelerate the development and deployment of the Internet of Things through building intelligent devices, creating systems of systems by connecting legacy devices to the cloud, and enabling end-to-end analytics.“ • IoT Projects & Activity: - Video: Collaborating for the IoT - Presentation: The Internet of Things starts with intelligence inside (PDF) - Event: Company acquires Wind River in 2009 - Intel® Atom™ Processor E3800 Product Family - Intel Arduino Galileo - Infographic - Backgrounder: TThe Internet of Things Backgrounder (PDF) http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  69. 69. • "PTC delivers technology solutions that transform the way you create and service your products." • IoT Overview: "In the IoT era, PTC's customers are bringing to market increasingly smart and connected products which can generate value in new ways as streams of real-time operational data are captured, analyzed, and shared to deepen a company's understanding of its products' performance, use, and reliability. PTC will use the ThingWorx platform to speed the creation of high value IoT applications that support manufacturers' service strategies, such as predictive maintenance and system monitoring, in complement to PTC's existing service lifecycle management (SLM) and extended product lifecycle management (PLM) solution portfolio.“ • IoT Projects & Activity: - Video: IoT Vision - Event: Company acquires ThingWorx in late 2013 - PTC Service Lifecycle Management - PTC Product Lifecycle Management - Analysis: PTC extending product lifecycle to Internet of Things http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  70. 70. • "SAP AG provides enterprise application software and software-related services worldwide. It offers products in applications, analytics, cloud, mobile, and database and technology categories." • IoT Overview: "Transform the way you do business with Internet of Things offerings from SAP. Our end-to-end offering for Internet of Things provides everything your business needs to create a System of Things - M2M Connectivity, cloud platform, device management, big data management, event stream processing, predictive analytics, and apps-to make IoT projects real, repeatable and scalable.“ • IoT Projects & Activity: - SAP IoT Blog (IoT Consultant David Stephenson's posts) - SAP IoT Twitter - IoT Solutions Overview - SAP President Steve Lucas IoT keynote video. http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  71. 71. • Texas Instruments • "Texas Instruments (TI) is a global analog and digital semiconductor IC design and manufacturing company." • IoT Overview: "The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly growing with the expectation of 50 billion connected devices by 2020 to provide smart,invisible technology that works for you based on your preferences. With the industry's broadest portfolio of embedded wireless connectivity technologies, microcontrollers, processors and analog solutions, Texas Instruments offers many cloud-ready system solutions for the IoT.“ • IoT Projects & Activity: - ConnecTIng Wirelessly Blog - SimpleLink product line - Whitepaper: The Evolution of the Internet of Things (PDF) - Product: Bluetooth SensorTag http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  72. 72. • Qualcomm • "The world leader in next-gen mobile technologies that accelerate wireless life." • IoT Overview: "The Internet of Everything is here and rapidly evolving. It is heterogeneous - encompassing both vertical and horizontal products and services - wireless and wireline, indoors and outdoors, and it is populated by products that run the gamut from smart computing devices to simple machines that have ‘smart’ capabilities because of the network and services to which they connect. It serves consumers and enterprises and will increasingly pervade all aspects of life in the modern world. Qualcomm is addressing numerous vertical markets and fostering open, horizontal interoperability supporting healthy and dynamic ecosystems.“ • IoT Projects & Activity: - AllSeen Alliance - M2M Search http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-key-players-large-companies Key Internet of Things Players
  73. 73. Produtos ZigBee http://www.zigbee.org/
  74. 74. ZigBee Building Automation (Efficient commercial spaces) ZigBee Remote Control (Advanced remote controls) ZigBee Smart Energy (Home energy savings) Smart Energy Profile 2 (IP-based home energy management) ZigBee Health Care (Health and fitness monitoring) Produtos ZigBee
  75. 75. ZigBee Home Automation (Smart homes) ZigBee Input Device (Easy-to-use touchpads, mice, keyboards, wands) ZigBee Light Link (LED lighting control) ZigBee Retail Services (Smarter shopping) ZigBee Telecom Services (Value-added services) Produtos ZigBee
  76. 76. Produtos ZigBee
  77. 77. ZigBee Smart Energy Certified Products Medição e controle de energia disponível. Medidor inteligente de saída tipo parede. Medição e controle de energia disponível. Medidor inteligente tipo filtro de linha The Carrier ComfortChoice® Touch Thermostat é projetado para aplicações Smart Energy. http://www.zigbee.org/Products/ByStandard/ZigBeeSmartEnergy.aspx Produtos ZigBee
  78. 78. ZigBee Home Automation Certified Products ZigBee Home Automation oferece um padrão global para produtos interoperáveis ​​permitindo casas inteligentes que podem controlar eletrodomésticos, iluminação, meio ambiente, gestão de energia e segurança, bem como expandir e se conectar com outras redes ZigBee. The CT80 - Universal Programmable Communicating Thermostat and In-Home Display ULTI ZB - Schneider Electric. É um controle iluminação e sistema de automação elétrica feito em art-design. http://www.zigbee.org/Products/ByStandard/ZigBeeHomeAutomation.aspx Produtos ZigBee
  79. 79. The Wireless Area Controller (WAC50) é um controlador local inteligente e roteador que gerencia e controla iluminação e outros dispositivos dentro de edifícios comerciais. FLNX-C/R é um coordenador/router, wireless, permitindo Automação Predial no padrão ZigBee e dispositivos BACnet ASC comunicarem-se wireless. ZigBee Building Automation Certified Products http://www.zigbee.org/Products/ByStandard/ZigBeeBuildingAutomation.aspx Produtos ZigBee
  80. 80. ZigBee Telecom Services Certified Products ZigBee Telecom Services oferece um padrão global para produtos interoperáveis​​, permitindo uma ampla variedade de serviços de valor agregado, incluindo: • a entrega de informações, • jogos móveis, • serviços baseados em localização, • pagamentos seguros, • publicidade móvel, • faturamento diferenciado ex. por zona, • controle de acesso de escritório móvel, • peer-to-peer, • serviços de compartilhamento de dados, etc. http://www.zigbee.org/Products/ByStandard/ZigBeeTelecomServices.aspx Produtos ZigBee
  81. 81. ZigBee Telecom Services Certified Products ZigBee Access Point (ZAP) Eureka é um serviço de identificação, ideal para encontrar instrumentação hospitalar, recursos e pessoas, com uma interface gráfica fácil de usar e totalmente personalizável. ETRI VoZ (Voice over ZigBee) um dispositivo ZigBee/ZigBee PRO built-in, capaz de comportar como: headset, microphone ou speaker. http://www.zigbee.org/Products/ByStandard/ZigBeeTelecomServices.aspx Produtos ZigBee
  82. 82. Open WebNet gateway allows to do ZigBee communication with Open WebNet softwares Standard: Manufacturer Specific Product Type: End Product Technical Category: Manufacturer Specific Compliant Platform: Technical Sub Category: Manufacturer Specific Device Product URL: Conformity Document: http://www.zigbee.org/DesktopModules/ZigbeeCompanyProducts/ZCP_UploadFile.as px?FilePath=6353066156051789522PICS_v2.1.pdf ZigBee Applications API Products Produtos ZigBee
  83. 83. Link: http://www.smarthome.com/ INSTEON Technology: http://www.insteon.com/ INSTEON Witepaper Compare: http://www.insteon.com/pdf/insteoncompared.pdf Partnership Produtos ZigBee
  84. 84. Obrigado
  85. 85. http://www.amazon.com/new-products-in-home- automation/b/ref=ha_home_br_np?ie=UTF8&node=6962851011&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0 DER&pf_rd_s=merchandised-search- leftnav&pf_rd_r=1JPYM51RZYV64CP19MJV&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=1685936182&pf_rd_i =6563140011 Search Home Automation – Amazon. Fazer uma lista dos fabricantes que aparecem aqui: Produtos
  86. 86. • How a world of smart, connected products is transforming manufacturers File: PTC_eBook_Impact_of_the_IoT_on_Manufacturers: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwu8yoEXsJpPcTFXWVE0OFUwaDg/edit?usp=sharing

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