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IoT Seminar (Oct. 2016) Amit Shah - Nokia


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OMA Seminar/Webinar, October 27, 2016, "How Developers Can Get the Most Out of IoT Standards and Tools" - Presentation #2 from Amit Shah, Head of R&D, IOT Business Unit, Nokia

"Importance of Use of Standards and Protocol Validation Services"

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IoT Seminar (Oct. 2016) Amit Shah - Nokia

  1. 1. 1 Why Are Standards Important? Bridging the gap between standards and developers in the IoT space Amit A. Shah Head of R&D, IoT Business Unit, Nokia Singapore, October 2016 Connecting the next billion - people and things
  2. 2. 2 © Nokia 2016 Connected things Programmable things Many things 2 3 1 • Improving people's lives through automation, enhanced connectivity and intelligence • Helping industries to become more efficient, agile and real-time Mobile internet with 5 bn people connected by 2020 Fixed internet with 1 bn places connected by 2005 Programmable World with 50 bn things connected by 2025 While the past has been about connecting people, the future is about connecting things – improving personal life, optimizing business processes
  3. 3. 3 © Nokia 2016 The growth opportunity for IoT Expected number of IoT devices shipped in 2020 2.8B Smart Mobile 6% CAGR IoT Source: Gartner, 2015 0.6 B Industrial 1.8B Smart City 1.6B Smart Home 1.1B Auto. 58% CAGR 21% CAGR 54% CAGR 43% CAGR New ecosystems and business models are emerging
  4. 4. 4 © Nokia 2016 Two Scenarios of IoT Market Growth Open Data and Objects The futureReach Smart Everything SaaS M2M Applications Internet / broadband Mobile Telephony Sensors & Actuators Networks Fixed Telephony Networks Mobile internet Today Risk
  5. 5. 5 © Nokia 2016 So what can go wrong?
  6. 6. 6 © Nokia 2016 The Internet of (hacked) Things on the rise As the number of connected devices rises - so does the value created from the data - so does the risk for abuse, and security breaches July 2015 1.4 million Chryslers recalled October 2014 Millions of smart meters in Spain compromised February 2015 2.2 million BMWs impacted Some real occurrences..
  7. 7. 7 © Nokia 2016 Headline from last week
  8. 8. 8 © Nokia 2016 Many sources of data (sensors) are unmanaged and the transport network is un-trusted 1. Intercept and manipulate data in transit - Man in the middle attack 2. Compromise the device: Direct access, side loading, remote access Untrusted network Value?? IP IOT applications and analytics Data connectivity Data Broken chain of trust Unmanaged data source
  9. 9. 9 © Nokia 2016 How to solve it? Manage endpoints (sensors) to establish trust using best practices 1. 2-way authentication 2. Signed software delivery from trusted source to ensure authenticity 3. Certificates, keys, encryption IP IOT applications and analytics ‘Secure’ data connectivity Device management DM Data Secure connection Value Managed data source
  10. 10. 10 © Nokia 2016 Standards and best practices OMA Light Weight M2M (LWM2M) • Client Servier Architecture for M2M • Designed for (battery) constrained devices - Simple, low footprint, BW efficient • Both device management (incl FOTA) and business data • Based on CoAP (IETF) • DTLS-based security • Transport-agnostic - Generic restful protocol on top of UDP or SMS • More then just a protocol - REST resources and management procedures on top of CoAP - Resource model and semantic (server, device, firmware, reboot, …) - A set of Use Cases (bootstrap, register, device mngt and sevice enablement, data observation/notification) AAA Device management Application Managed remote asset Secure&BWefficient LWM2M server LWM2M client Objects M2M device LWM2M CoAP DTLS UDP Objects SMS Stack • Efficient payload • CoAP protocol • DTLS security • UDP or SMS bearer Interfaces • Bootstrapping • Registration • Object/resource access • Reporting
  11. 11. 11 © Nokia 2016 Bridging the gap
  12. 12. 12 © Nokia 2016 Nokia Device Certification Program • The Nokia Program uses standards based verification testing • Enables providers/carriers to have their devices tested and validated for interoperability prior to deployment • Over 15000+ devices tested from 100+ of the world’s top device and technology manufacturers participate in the program: Internet gateway devices, M2M gateways, automotive units, mobile handsets, chipsets, client protocol stacks, set-top boxes, VoIP ATAs and phones, WiMAX devices, Femtocells, USB dongles, NAS devices, Homeplug, ONTs Nokia knowledge base OMA-DM/CP devices TR069 devices LWM2M devices Device requirements Scope, test plans Nokia verification and certification Nokia device management OEM self verification
  13. 13. 13 © Nokia 2016 Simplified work flow Start testing Look at logs, test as often as needed Sign-Up at our cloud based secure portal Tell us about the “thing” you are certifying Access is granted Download test resultCertification Complete Go over the results
  14. 14. 14 © Nokia 2016 • Connect to • Tell us about what you are testing • Register • Start testing • It is completely FREE! How do I access this service?
  15. 15. 15 © Nokia 2016 Horizontal approach drives down cost • Adopt Best Practices • Streamline Operations & Reduce Costs • Mix and Match devices and Applications IMPACT - Nokia’s IoT Platform A horizontal approach to enable IoT mass adoption Scalable, Secure and Cost efficient Vertical Point Solutions are expensive • High Cost for integration • Duplication of effort • Underutilized resources • No Economies of Scale IoT Platform (IMPACT)
  16. 16. 16 © Nokia 2016 NOKIA IoT Community For more information: 72 member companies spanning a wide range of industries to collaborate, test, and unleash the business potential of the Internet of Things. Innovation Ecosystem Agile Prototyping Concept Showcase Market Trials
  17. 17. 17 © Nokia 2016 17 © Nokia 2015
  18. 18. 27/10/2016 © Nokia 2016