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Scissor_R6E_midterm

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Update about RADIO6ENSE development in the H2020 Scissor Project

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  1. 1. Monitoring layer components: design and prototype D3.1 1 - Network monitoring 2 - Environment sensing 3 - Smart cameras 4 - ICS/SCADA monitoring 5 - Logs from applications, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, etc.
  2. 2. 2 Wireless passive Sensor Network (PSN) for Environment Monitoring MONITORING LAYER: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE Purpose Collect ambient information by means of cracking-free passive distributed sensors, to detect early precursors of physical and cyber attacks. - Human Intrusion - Tampering - Altered environmental conditions as a consequence of anomalous equipment behavior Technology Augmented UHF Radiofrequency Identification (RFID) with custom power-autonomous sensors and multi-level control & command software suitable to process ambient backscattering
  3. 3. 3 Wireless passive Sensor Network (PSN) for Environment Monitoring MONITORING LAYER: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE Water/Humidity + RSSI temperature light NUVLA Box RFID reader LAN Cable Electrical Equipment stack Antenna 1 Antenna 2 Events • Authorized and un- authorized access • Equipment overload • Flooding and Fire • Human Interaction with devices • Device Tampering camera
  4. 4. 4 Wireless passive Sensor Network (PSN) for Environment Monitoring 3. Agent interface SW 2. RF interface SW 1. Sensor Design & Manufacturing Protocol RFID-UHF band (EU: 866-869 MHz), EPCRGEN 2 RadioBOARD (S-Tags) Battery-less (or battery-assisted) small antenna+microchip+ sensors READER unit (radar) max 3.2W EIRP EU, 4W US TCI-IP- USB Interface Multiple Surveillance Antennas for space-diversity monitoring RadioSCAN SW Network configuration, sensor query, data flush MONITORING LAYER: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE
  5. 5. 5 radioBOARD: Layout MONITORING LAYER: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE The board may be configured for different applications and placements by connecting or disconnecting electrical traces 67mm 28mm Electromagnetic Coupler with tuning elements Expander: external sensors + optional Battery/solar cell Energy Harvester with tuning elements
  6. 6. 66 Battery-less mode (real time) Battery-assisted mode (data logger) Sensors • Temperature (onboard) • Humidity (external) • Light (external) • Strain (external) Read distance (circular polarized reader) radioBOARD: Features and estimated performance MONITORING LAYER: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE in air On metal/concrete (with patch booster) Battery-less 2 m 2.3 m Battery-assisted 6.5 m 7 m Standalone With patch booster
  7. 7. 77 radioBOARD: Solar-power assisted passive logger MONITORING LAYER: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE 10 15 20 4PM 5PM 6PM 7PM 8PM 9PM 10PM 11PM 1AM 2AM 3AM 4AM 5AM 6AM 7AM 8AM 10AM 11AM 12PM 1PM 2PM 3PM Temperature [°C] Time [h] Outdoor Scenario (April 2016) Indoor Scenario (May 2016) Super capacitor Solar cell
  8. 8. 88 RadioSCAN SW Multi-level Environment Monitoring Architecture MONITORING LAYER: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE Logical Physical zone antenna thing tag attribute sensor
  9. 9. 99 radioSCAN: Real-time data monitor and dashboard MONITORING LAYER: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE TCP-IP • Remote control of the Passive Sensing Network • Pre-Processing of raw signals (filtering…) • Dashboard for Visualization RadioSCAN
  10. 10. ENVIRONMENT SENSOR ONGOING TESTS AT RADIO6ENSE
  11. 11. 1111 Location: Engineering School Univ. Roma TV TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE ICT BUILDING underground December 23th 2015
  12. 12. 1212 Electric Cabin TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE Active Apparatus Active Apparatus CabinetCable harness Cabinet With internal devices
  13. 13. 13 TEST BED: Electric Cabin • Authorized access • Un-authorized access • Flooding • Harness overload 4
  14. 14. 1414 Access Flooding Humidity and light Temperature (Harness overload) Manumission Events & Sensors TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE
  15. 15. 1515 1. Flooding, humidity, cable overloading TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE Safe condition flooding Safe state Over loading
  16. 16. 1616 The maintenance technician ( authorized personnel ) badge The intruder ( un-authorized personnel ) No badge Identification RFID badge 2. Cabin Access & Manumission TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE
  17. 17. 1717 2.1 Authorized access TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE 1. Door open: somebody inside 2. Badge detection: the system recognizes the technician 3. The technician turns on the light 4. The technician opens a cabinet 5. The technician get close the exit door and turns-off the light; the system records the exit
  18. 18. 1818 2.2 Un-authorized access and tampering TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE 1. Open door: somebody inside 2. No badge detection: the person is not authorized and may be classified as intruder 3. The intruder turns on the light for a short time: maybe uses a torch 4. The intruder opens a cabinet 5. The temperature inside the cabinet increases: possible manumission 6. The intruder opens the door and exits.
  19. 19. ENVIRONMENT SENSOR ONGOING TESTS AT SEA CABIN, FAVIGNANA
  20. 20. 2020 TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE + SEA The Favignana Test-bed September 7-9 2016
  21. 21. 21 Installation in Favignana Inside the Cabin LVC-2 LVC-1 3 x 3 m TRansformer (TR) Low-Voltage Cabinets (LVC) Medium-Voltage Cabinet (MVC) (link with the grid) TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE + SEA LVC- 1 TRMVC LVC-2
  22. 22. 22 …. outside the cabin TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE + SEA
  23. 23. 23 Hardware Reader and antennas Reader ThingMagic M6e N.4 antennas mast N.4 channels (zone) Circular Polarization Gmax=8 dBic TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE + SEA
  24. 24. 24 Hardware Wireless Sensors (R6E RADIOBOARDS) RadioBoard with light sensor RadioBoard with external temperature sensor (PT1000) RadioBoard with humidity sensor RadioBoard with internal temperature sensor Each device has a dedicated configuration of the micro-transponder chip TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE + SEA
  25. 25. 25 Hardware Wireless RSSI Sensors Wearable (badge) Small badge Flooding TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE + SEA
  26. 26. 26 Zone 1 1,2. Door access 3. Light 4, 5 Access Badge 6. MVC tampering Zone 4 7,8,9,10. Flooding 11. Humidity Zone 2 12. LVC-1 Temperature 13. LVC-2 Opening Zone 3 14. TR Temp. overload 15. Ambient Temp. TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE + SEA RSSI Temp. Humidity Light Zone.3 Zone.1 Zone.4 Zone.2 4 5 1 2 3 10 7 8 9 10 6 12 13 14 15 Network architecture & Electromagnetic Planning 11
  27. 27. 27 Meta-Visualization Dashboard TEST BED: ENVIRONMENT SENSORS – RADIO6ENSE + SEA

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