The need of an integration platform
Dr. Susan Schwarze
Board Member and VP Marketing, OSGi Alliance
Marketing Director, Pr...
3
Market Vision
• More devices are intelligent and adaptable
– Automotive electronics / telematics
– Smartphones
– Even hi...
4
Consumer’s Perspective and Requests
Early adopters
• State of the art, obsolete product obsolescence
• Need to be conne...
5
Facility
Mmgt.
Tech.
Wired: Powerline, Twisted pair, Radio coax cable, Fibre glas // Wireless: DECT, Wireless LAN,
Bluet...
6
How to overcome the diverse Connected Home
Markets
Video
Information
Smart
Design
Audio
Home
Automation
TV
Electronic TV...
7
OSGi Technology in a Nutshell
Hardware
Bundle
Bundle
Bundle
Operating System
OSGi
Java VM
Bundle (Application)
Driver Dr...
8
What’s In It For You?
HOMEAUTO OFFICE MOBILE
Service
Providers
Content &
Media Providers
Application
Developers
Manufact...
9
DRMQoS
Security Ease of Use
Interoperability
Collaboration is Key – Critical Factors
10
Thank You
OSGi Alliance
Bishop Ranch 6
2400 Camino Ramon, Ste 375
San Ramon, CA 94583
Phone: +1.925.275.6625
FAX: +1.92...
11
Market Opportunity
• OSGi technology:
– Makes software components easier to manage
– Enables portability of value-added...
12
Position In The Ecosystem
Semiconductor
& OS
Providers
Platform
& System
Integrators
Device
Manufacturers
Enterprises
S...
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2005 OSGi Alliance The need of an integration platform

  1. 1. The need of an integration platform Dr. Susan Schwarze Board Member and VP Marketing, OSGi Alliance Marketing Director, ProSyst Software
  2. 2. 3 Market Vision • More devices are intelligent and adaptable – Automotive electronics / telematics – Smartphones – Even high-end home theater remote controls • Data networks have become ubiquitous • All of these component needs increasingly complex software
  3. 3. 4 Consumer’s Perspective and Requests Early adopters • State of the art, obsolete product obsolescence • Need to be connected • Make the best use of their time anywhere • “Life made easier”  Remote maintenance and service delivery Mass market • Need to feel safe and secure • Easy handling (adoption of UI) • Cost-sensitive • Connected to the outer world • “Life made easier”  Remote care and service delivery
  4. 4. 5 Facility Mmgt. Tech. Wired: Powerline, Twisted pair, Radio coax cable, Fibre glas // Wireless: DECT, Wireless LAN, Bluetooth IT Enter- tainmen t White Goods Voice Bandwidth: Low Quality: RealTime Bandwidth: High Quality: Lower to High Bandwidth: Lower Quality: RealTime Bandwidth: Low Quality: Medium Bandwidth: Very High Quality: High Application: Energy Mgmt, Heating, Air Conditioning, Lights, Blends, Access Control Application: Children Control, Gaming, Firewall, Tele-Working, Video conferences etc. Application: VOD, Gaming, TV, MP3, Radio, Music, etc. Application: Energy Management, Controlling etc. Application: CLIP, SMS, Voice Butler, etc. Facility IT Entertainment White Goods Voice Application Sharing EHS, Propriatary, LON, EIB, X10 ... Analog, 802.X, FireWire, USB, Proprietary, IRDA, Bluetooth ... SIP, ISDN, POTS, H323, DECT ... EHS, Proprietary, LON, EIB, X10 ... FireWire, Bluetooth, 802.X, USB, Serial, IRDA ... Residential Network Structures
  5. 5. 6 How to overcome the diverse Connected Home Markets Video Information Smart Design Audio Home Automation TV Electronic TV Program Guide Home Movies Photographs Video Conferencing Movies Music Voice Communication Internet Radio Style & Size Volume Ease of Use Remote Operation Rich Connectivity Interoperability Gateway to www Productivity Web Browsing Email Cable Home TEAHA DLNA TAHI HGICABA DSL Forum Echonet HomePlug HomePNA SmartHouse Konnex CECED MHP LonMarK UPnP Internet Home Alliance ZigBee Alliance ePerSpace DHC ETSI
  6. 6. 7 OSGi Technology in a Nutshell Hardware Bundle Bundle Bundle Operating System OSGi Java VM Bundle (Application) Driver Driver Driver = service interface exported and imported by bundles What is OSGi technology? An enterprise-class execution environment for dynamically deploying and managing software components that delivers services and applications to networked devices
  7. 7. 8 What’s In It For You? HOMEAUTO OFFICE MOBILE Service Providers Content & Media Providers Application Developers Manufacturers IT Providers Cost Savings Increased Speed to Market Strategic Market Differentiation Increased Revenue Consolidated Support OSGi Alliance INPUT AND ACCESS ACROSS THE ENTIRE VALUE CHAIN
  8. 8. 9 DRMQoS Security Ease of Use Interoperability Collaboration is Key – Critical Factors
  9. 9. 10 Thank You OSGi Alliance Bishop Ranch 6 2400 Camino Ramon, Ste 375 San Ramon, CA 94583 Phone: +1.925.275.6625 FAX: +1.925.886.3696 www.osgi.org
  10. 10. 11 Market Opportunity • OSGi technology: – Makes software components easier to manage – Enables portability of value-added services across markets and devices – Enables desired business model Multi-Vendor, Open Walled Garden
  11. 11. 12 Position In The Ecosystem Semiconductor & OS Providers Platform & System Integrators Device Manufacturers Enterprises Solution Integrators, ISVs “In-to” - Pre-Design / Embedded “On-to” - Aftermarket / Download Post install Platform, Apps & Data Pre-enable new devices Service Providers Solution Integrators, ISVs “On-to” - Aftermarket / Download Post install Apps & Data Solutions Solutions Enablement Composition Client Platform (into) Client Platform (onto) Applications & Services Applications & Services OSGi Service Platform OSGi Service Platform

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