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Open Standards for IoT- GSC Workshop on IoT Atlanta 2013

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Open Standards for IoT- GSC Workshop on IoT Atlanta 2013

  1. 1. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) Open Source Internet of Things Open Standards for IoT Michael J Koster Founder, OSIOT Atlanta, GA, USA, May 7, 2013
  2. 2. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Introduction and Background • Michael J Koster • System Architecture, Modeling and Analysis, Benchmarks and Standards • Building Community, Organization, Platform around Open Source Internet of Things • Working with various IOT-focused groups and forums
  3. 3. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Internet of Things The IoT Value Proposition ● The Network Effect applied to physical objects and resources; the more connections, the greater the value ● Incremental value in conversion of capital assets to managed resources through connection to services ● Multiplicative value in managing collections of resources as a system
  4. 4. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 M2M and IoT – The Big Picture IoT is built on M2M ● IoT is more than standardized M2M ● Adds data model layer to the system ● Open Internet protocols and RESTful APIs ● Event Driven Architecture ● Platforms are both vertical and horizontal M2M = Machine to Machine ● Focus on Connectivity between devices and services ● Standardizes Protocols and APIs for communication between endpoints ● Enables Vertical Integration across technology stack IoT = Internet of Things ● Focus on Interoperability between connected systems ● Standard APIs and Data Models between resources and applications ● Enables Horizontal Integration across resources from multiple M2M systems
  5. 5. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 IOTWF Take-away Messages In February 2013, Cisco hosted an industry communication event to plan for an IoT World Forum (IOTWF) event in the fall. Some take-aways on Architecture and Platforms: ● An Open Horizontal Platform is needed for IoT ● Focus on Interoperability of Data Models, Information Models, Discovery Abstractions ● Built as a bottom-up practical standard ● Built as an Industry, working together
  6. 6. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 IoT Standards ● IoT Standards include M2M Standards ● Add a layer of Discovery, Interoperability, and Autonomy on top of M2M ● Need to work across diverse M2M systems ● Provide a common application services layer including M2M and Discovery abstractions ● Provide a common resource abstraction layer
  7. 7. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Interoperability Standards ● Focus on system end points: Devices, Data, User Applications ● Common Application Enablement ● Common M2M Abstractions ● REST APIs ● Resource Encapsulation – Object Models e.g. CoAP ● Data Models and Information Models ● Discovery Abstractions (Devices, Resources, Capabilities)
  8. 8. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Open Source API for Interoperability IoT Toolkit The IoT Toolkit is an Open Source project to develop a set of tools for building multi- protocol Internet of Things Gateways and Service gateways that enable horizontal co- operation between multiple different protocols and cloud services. The project consists of the Smart Object API, gateway service, and various related tools.
  9. 9. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 What is an Open Source Ecosystem? Open Avenues for Participation at all Levels ● License, NDA, TOU; what are the restrictions? ● As a user, customer, or product owner? ● As a Product + Service developer or vendor? ● As a Platform Developer using a standard? ● As a Standards developer influencing a standard? ● Driven by Business model or broad value creation? ● Governance model, how are decisions made? OPEN SOURCE = MULTIPLE SOURCES
  10. 10. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Call to Action Let’s Build IoT Standards Together ● Open Source Standards, Community Participation ● Top-down Architectural Models, Bottom-up Development Process ● Solve Real Problems based on a small number of diverse use cases ● Open Source Reference Implementation ● Internet-Style Standards, Rough Consensus and Running Code
  11. 11. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 A First Step… We are building a new organization: the “Open Source Internet of Things” a.k.a. OSIOT with a single focus: to develop an Open Source Horizontal Platform for the Internet of Things ● Engineering driven using an open source, Internet oriented development process ● Broad participation of Industry, Research, and Emerging technology developers ● Collectively build a layer of interoperability based on common APIs and data models, drawn from Internet standards and industry best practices ● Create standards that become publicly accepted as de facto standards capable of generating new opportunities and new value for the emerging Internet of Things Image Source: Wikimedia Commons, Dvortygirl Founded in Santa Clara, CA on Oct 29, 2012
  12. 12. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 Open Source Platform The Open Horizontal enables horizontal co-operation between multiple different protocols and services. The focus is on Common Data Models, Information Models, and Shared Abstractions for Communication and Resource Discovery *Not To Scale
  13. 13. GSC MSTF Conference at Georgia Tech Research Institute – Atlanta, GA , USA – May 7, 2013 For More Information For further information please contact: Michael Koster www.linkedin.com/pub/michael-koster/2/36b/317 michaeljohnkoster@osiot.org Scott McNeil http://www.linkedin.com/in/mcneilscott mcneil@osiot.org

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