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Wouter Haerick

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Wouter Haerick

  1. 1. Contribution to market-adoption of in-home standards“Standardization workshop – Future Internet Week”15th of December, 2010<br />dr. ir. WouterHaerick<br />University of Ghent – IBBT - IBCN<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />Q-SAC: In-home Plug-and-Play Video Services<br />Video Quality issues<br />Findings contributed to standardization body<br />Contributing to market-adoption<br />CableLabs<br />Plug-fest / Reference Implemenation / Testing suite<br />Smart Energy Services next plug-and-play application<br />Wide variety of standards, many stakeholders/players<br />Added value of research organisations<br />2<br />
  3. 3. 3<br />Problem statement<br />How to ensure the video quality of a VideoOnDemandservice while your son is downloading a large software upgrade or large email attachment?<br />How can a service provider make sure that:<br />a less important service<br />a less“vulnerable” service<br /> is not blocking a more important <br /> or more demanding service<br />
  4. 4. Video Streaming without quality guarantees<br />HSM<br />(remote config)<br />StreamingServer<br />BAE<br />(adaptation)<br />HGW<br />(Home Gateway)<br />Layer 2 emulator<br />
  5. 5. Video Stream with parameterized QoS<br />HSM<br />(remote config)<br />StreamingServer<br />BAE<br />(adaptation)<br />HGW<br />(Home Gateway)<br />Layer 2 emulator<br />
  6. 6. Camera Stream and Video Adaptation<br />HSM<br />(remote config)<br />StreamingServer<br />BAE<br />(adaptation)<br />HGW<br />(Home Gateway)<br />Layer 2 emulator<br />Reduced video quality<br />adaptation<br />
  7. 7. Q-SAC: Research project<br />INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS:<br />PROJECT OBJECTIVE:<br />ENABLE SERVICE PROVIDERS TOREMOTELY ENSURE VIDEO QUALITY<br />THROUGH CONFIGURATION OF APPROPRIATE POLICIES.<br /><ul><li>POLICIES NEED TO BE “MAPPED” TO LOWER LAYER NETWORK TECHNOLOGY</li></li></ul><li>Agenda<br />Q-SAC: In-home Plug-and-Play Video Services<br />Video Quality issues<br />Contribution to standardization body<br />Contributing to market-adoption<br />CableLabs<br />Plug-fest / Reference Implemenation / Testing suite<br />Smart Energy Services next plug-and-play application<br />Wide variety of standards, many stakeholders/players<br />Added value of research organisations<br />8<br />
  8. 8. Involved standardization bodies<br />VIDEO DELIVERY OVER CABLE NETWORK: <br />THREE STANDARDIZATION BODIES INVOLVED IN ENSURING QUALITY<br />CABLE NETWORK<br />cableLabs<br /><ul><li>Develops the DOCSIS specifications</li></ul>DOCSIS=Data Over Cable Service Interface Specifications<br /><ul><li>Groups 47 cable operators
  9. 9. Member of UPnP Forum </li></ul>SERVICES<br />UPnP Forum<br />Universal Plug and Play Forum<br /><ul><li>Protocol suite enablingplug-and-play in the home
  10. 10. Discoveryof appliances, addressing, service description, ..</li></ul>Multimedia Over Coax Alliance (MOCA)<br /><ul><li>Universal standardfor home entertainment networking
  11. 11. Cable, sattelite and IPTV</li></ul>MULTI MEDIA<br />
  12. 12. Involved technology: UPnP QoS<br />Internet Service Provider<br />QosPolicyHolder<br />GetTrafficPolicy<br />Request<br />Extended<br />TrafficQos<br />Path Calculation<br />CP<br />QosManager<br />AdmitTrafficQos<br />QosDevice<br />QosDevice<br />QosDevice<br />10<br />
  13. 13. Standardization of UPnP QoS v3<br />IBBT contributions to specifications<br />QosPolicyHolder<br />rule matching algorithms<br />Data model and XML representation<br />IBBT contributions to interoperability testing<br />Implementation of UPnP QoS components<br />QoSManager v3 service<br />QoSPolicyHolder v3 service<br />QoSDevice Framework<br />Plug Fests<br />gathering of all experimental implementations<br />mostly debugging other companies services<br />11<br />
  14. 14. Agenda<br />Q-SAC: In-home Plug-and-Play Video Services<br />Video Quality issues<br />Findings contributed to standardization body<br />Contributing to market-adoption<br />CableLabs<br />Plug-fest / Reference Implemenation / Testing suite<br />Smart Energy Services next plug-and-play application<br />Wide variety of standards, many stakeholders/players<br />Added value of research organisations<br />12<br />
  15. 15. Standardization of UPnP QoS v3<br />IBBT contributions to market adoption<br />13<br />Showcase MoCA<br />ENTROPIC<br />Test Tool<br />forautomated<br />compliancetesting<br />
  16. 16. IBBT ShowCase at CableLabs Summer Conference, 2009<br />14<br />
  17. 17. 15<br />IBBT ShowCase at CableLabs Summer Conference, 2009<br />
  18. 18. CableLabs Testing Tool<br />Implementation of test tools<br />for UPnP QoS certification<br />acts as control point for UPnP QoS services<br />acts as UPnP QoS services<br />sets up video and background traffic<br />script language for demo/test automation<br />COMPLIANCE<br />TESTING<br />SERVER<br />16<br />
  19. 19. Agenda<br />Q-SAC: In-home Plug-and-Play Video Services<br />Video Quality issues<br />Findings contributed to standardization body<br />Close cooperation<br />Contributing to market-adoption<br />CableLabs<br />Plug-fest / Reference Implemenation / Testing suite<br />Smart Energy Services next plug-and-play application<br />Wide variety of standards, many stakeholders/players<br />Added value of research organisations<br />17<br />
  20. 20. Smart Energy Services<br />Manage media streams  Manage energystreams<br />Integrate energy services into existing plug-and-play home devices<br />Totally different context: many stakeholders, many standards<br />user interface<br />washing machine<br />gateway<br />applications, billing …<br />HVAC<br />Communication<br />PHEV<br />meter data acquis. & mgt<br />Energy distribution<br />energy <br />mgt. box<br />meter<br />sub-<br />metering<br />
  21. 21. Smart Energy Services<br /><ul><li>Totally different context:
  22. 22. Many stakeholders, many standards
  23. 23. Huge investments by industry  rapidlyevolving</li></ul>IEC<br />Strategic Group 3 on Smart Grids<br />IEEE<br />Smart Grid<br />Initiative<br />ITU<br />Smart Grid<br />Focus Group<br />SIPForum<br />Smart Grid<br />Special Interest Group<br />NIST<br />Smart Grid<br />Interop<br />Standards<br />M/441<br />Focus Group on Smart GridStandards<br />openMeter<br />EGSIM<br />SGA<br />
  24. 24. Smart Energy Services<br />Added value of academic partners:<br />Bring parties together and facilitate “open innovation”<br />Facilitate “pre-standard” demonstrators<br />Contribute to “fast deployment” frameworks <br /> and cross-party optimization<br />
  25. 25. Role of academic partners in national smart grid projects<br />Energy Market Services<br />Open protocolsfor high scaledemand response services<br />Energy Service<br />Provider A<br />Energy Service<br />Provider A<br />Energy Service<br />Provider A<br />Energy Service Provider B<br />Scalability Server<br />Scalability Server<br />Scalability Server<br />Scalability Server<br />INTERNET<br />HOME<br />Open protocols over IP<br />Boiler<br />Washing<br />Machine<br />
  26. 26. 22<br />CONCLUSIONS<br />
  27. 27. <ul><li>Role of academic partner in standardization and marketadoption:
  28. 28. Startingpoint: academicsinvolved in demand-driven</li></ul>research in close collaborationwithindustrial partners<br /><ul><li>Standardizationshouldbe led byindustrybut ….
  29. 29. Academicparties are valuablecontributors</li></ul>tofine-tune the specifications<br /><ul><li>Academicworld is acomplementarypartner forprototypinginitialreferenceimplementations,evaluatingon-the-edgetechnologyand bringingtogether the marketplayersin an“open innovation” collaboration model </li></ul>Conclusions<br />
  30. 30. Questions<br />Dr.Ir.Wouter Haerick<br />Wouter.haerick@intec.ugent.be<br /><ul><li>IBBT – UGENT - IBCN</li>

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