Making Things Smart                                            The IoT App Store                                 Towards a...
About Actility    Founders : the core team of Netcentrex, seasoned    engineers with focus on large scale IT systems & ene...
Mission    Actility offers core infrastructure components and    software enabling mass scale, mission critical    applica...
Active Utility: Market Dynamics                 Smart Objects                          Utility Deregulation               ...
AGENDA    Towards an Internet of energy Energy     The Smart Grid impact    The IoT enablers5   © Actility
Building automation    Building / Home automation gets connected         Today         Tomorrow                     Tod...
New business model:    Demand Response     Electricity peak consumption management and network         balance mechanism ...
The upcoming paradigm    Demand     is random but can be predicted    Production can be planned8   © Actility
Management of balancing reserves9   © Actility
Fast reserve: expensive & carbon     intensive      Example of France      12 GW of installed power      Fuel, Natural G...
The world changes            Random production             from renewables                                Intelligent cons...
12   © Actility
Demand Response today                                    Statistical analysis                  -   Large uncertainties    ...
Automated Demand Response                  Monitor                                                    Bids                ...
TVPP                     CVPP                      Statistical analysis                                                   ...
Complex models : neg. Cold.16   © Actility
Complex models : Fresh water17   © Actility
Online bid scenario optimization18   © Actility
Energy Performance Control      Automated inverse thermal modeling (EPC)19   © Actility
Lighting      Regulation                                               Zigbee sensor               6lowPan         Mesh   ...
AGENDA     Towards an Internet of energy Energy      The Smart Grid impact     The IoT enablers21   © Actility
When ‘In’ meets ‘Out’     The « out » world vision22   © Actility
« In » side challenges      A vendor independent standard semantic enabling device-device and          device-application...
« In » side challenges      Communication and maintenance technologies for operation of          millions of home/buildin...
« In » side challenges      Get prepared to introduction of next generation low power          communication layers (802....
« Out » side challenges      « out » players need an architecture that is             Scalable : millions of homes (tele...
« Out » side challenges       « out » players need an architecture that is:              Standardized              Inde...
We need a standard system     architecture      The answer is being prepared at ETSI within     the « M2M Technical Commi...
Global M2M partnership project      World-Wide standardization of a M2M service layer      Initial cooperation between the...
ETSI M2M / OneM2M value proposition      Securely share the technical infrastructure between          sensors and Apps   ...
ETSI M2M / OneM2M value proposition                  Silo approach                Shared approach       One HAN gateway p...
ETSI M2M / OneM2M value proposition      REST : do everything with 4 verbs and ‘documents’      Extremely easy to unders...
ETSI M2M / OneM2M value proposition      Big Data shared infrastructure between the Apps34   © Actility
ETSI M2M / OneM2M     Residential Business case      The same motion sensor can be used by different          Apps       ...
ETSI M2M / OneM2M     Smart city business case      The same motion sensor can be used by different          Apps        ...
ETSI M2M / OneM2M     B2B Business case      Multi-B2B                                                         Gas meter ...
ETSI M2M / OneM2M     B2B2C Business case      Multi-B2B2C                                   Rolling shutter             ...
… waiting for an app store39   © Actility
ThingPark®40   © Actility
Solution overview     Smart Grid       Smart             3rd Party                                                      • ...
Packaged Offer42   © Actility
Projet Open Source Cocoon                                                   Third party                                   ...
Packaged Offer44   © Actility
Checkout mechanism           Apps     Gateway / Box        SIM card     Inventory check                                   ...
ThingPark BPML Workflow           Apps      Network Application                        instantiation        Local firmware...
Complete service delivery47   © Actility
Synchronize water plants, cities and     the grid48   © Actility
Synchronize water plants, cities and     the grid49   © Actility
Looking for ETSI M2M info?  Wiley Publishing, look for « hersent » on Amazon          nicolas.jordan@actility.com        ...
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Présenté le 25 janvier 2013 lors de la Conférence TechnoArk 2013 à Sierre (CH) - "Vers un Internet de l'énergie"-> www.technoark.ch/conference .

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Nicolas Jordan (Actility) - Conférence TechnoArk 2013

  1. 1. Making Things Smart The IoT App Store Towards an Internet of Energy Conférence TechnoArk 20131 © Actility – Confidential – Under NDA
  2. 2. About Actility Founders : the core team of Netcentrex, seasoned engineers with focus on large scale IT systems & energy management. Experience of over 80 deployments in 30 countries. Investors : - CDC Ecotechnologies - Electranova capital - Truffle capital2 © Actility
  3. 3. Mission Actility offers core infrastructure components and software enabling mass scale, mission critical applications of the Internet of Things, with a specific focus on Smart Grid applications.3 © Actility
  4. 4. Active Utility: Market Dynamics Smart Objects Utility Deregulation Things get connected Innovation requires active presence (GPSs, Cars, Appliances…) at the customer premises (smart-metering, demand management) Mass scale M2M Internet of Things Active object management From 100000 to 100M devices Electric Vehicles Renewable Energies Requires active distribution Requires active production network management management4 © Actility
  5. 5. AGENDA Towards an Internet of energy Energy  The Smart Grid impact The IoT enablers5 © Actility
  6. 6. Building automation Building / Home automation gets connected  Today  Tomorrow  Today  Tomorrow 100 € 0 € + 2 € / month  Load shifting  Demand response  Predictive regulation…  Today  Tomorrow  Today  Tomorrow  Energy savings  Energy savings  Presence simulation  Presence simulation  Auto lighting for elderly  Auto lighting for elderly safety safety  On / Off  Centralized Off…  Centralized Off…6 © Actility
  7. 7. New business model: Demand Response  Electricity peak consumption management and network balance mechanism (P=C)  Flexibility of electricity demand and generation schedules have become an asset that can be monetized. Power consumption schedules can be optimized to minimize costs and CO2 content.7 © Actility
  8. 8. The upcoming paradigm Demand is random but can be predicted Production can be planned8 © Actility
  9. 9. Management of balancing reserves9 © Actility
  10. 10. Fast reserve: expensive & carbon intensive Example of France  12 GW of installed power  Fuel, Natural Gas  10,2% of capacity around Paris  Over 4GW to build10 © Actility
  11. 11. The world changes Random production from renewables Intelligent consumption11 © Actility
  12. 12. 12 © Actility
  13. 13. Demand Response today Statistical analysis - Large uncertainties - No hard proof of D/R volume - - Underestimated energy volumes Underestimated costs Bids - Complex systems out of scope Phone calls13 © Actility
  14. 14. Automated Demand Response Monitor Bids state Simulate - Exact energy estimates - Exact cost estimates - Always-on bidding - Proof of D/R energy volumes - Quantitative Back Testing14 © Actility
  15. 15. TVPP CVPP Statistical analysis - Database of adjustment Real time parameter prices/volumes data - Forecast models - volume, temperature, consumption, availability… OTC interface Aggregation engine Internal market prior to TSO - Summation of offers bidding - Safety margins Physical models - Financial models, TSO/tech interface - Constrained optimization optimal adjustment bid - Bid submission and - Purchasing/Selling offers. management optimization - Periodic bid updates. - Industrial process simulation model TSO/finance interface Computes: De-aggregation - Consolidation of - Production/consumption engine payments nominal schedule - Split activations to - Penalties - Maximum adjustment individual commands volume, upward and downward Reporting - Dashboard : predicted vs - Minimal adjustment offer actual schedule, gains prices and penalties per activated bid. - Post-mortem analysis of won and lost bids. - Adjustment potential Real-time control estimations. - Optimization of nominal15 © Actility schedule
  16. 16. Complex models : neg. Cold.16 © Actility
  17. 17. Complex models : Fresh water17 © Actility
  18. 18. Online bid scenario optimization18 © Actility
  19. 19. Energy Performance Control  Automated inverse thermal modeling (EPC)19 © Actility
  20. 20. Lighting Regulation Zigbee sensor 6lowPan Mesh Houses are morphing into complex technology platforms EV charging Networks Solar Renewable Energies HVAC regulation IP Smart Grid20 © Actility
  21. 21. AGENDA Towards an Internet of energy Energy  The Smart Grid impact The IoT enablers21 © Actility
  22. 22. When ‘In’ meets ‘Out’ The « out » world vision22 © Actility
  23. 23. « In » side challenges  A vendor independent standard semantic enabling device-device and device-application interworking (« BACnet like » plus device profiles…).  No expert at home…  Big Data storage capability Third party Apps23 © Actility
  24. 24. « In » side challenges  Communication and maintenance technologies for operation of millions of home/building controllers and application deployment.  Bidirectional  Firewall NAT traversal  Device management • OMA DM (wireless) • BBF TR-69 (wireline)24 © Actility
  25. 25. « In » side challenges  Get prepared to introduction of next generation low power communication layers (802.15.4g, 6LowPAN…)  Wireless  Energy harvesting  IP is coming…. CO 225 © Actility
  26. 26. « Out » side challenges  « out » players need an architecture that is  Scalable : millions of homes (telecom grade)  Secure : Which application allows access to which sensor? • Access right26 © Actility
  27. 27. « Out » side challenges  « out » players need an architecture that is:  Standardized  Independent  Adapted to any automation application  Unified management/supervision interface Third party Third party Apps Apps AS Standard Vendor 1 framework Proprietary Standard bus messages bus messages27 © Actility
  28. 28. We need a standard system architecture  The answer is being prepared at ETSI within the « M2M Technical Committee »28 © Actility
  29. 29. Global M2M partnership project World-Wide standardization of a M2M service layer Initial cooperation between the following SDO: • ETSI (Europe) • ARIB (Japan) • TTC (Japan) • ATIS (US) • TIA (US) • CCSA (China) • TTA (Korea) Verticals are invited to the work like ITS, Continua, ESMIG, etc. Integration of vertical after initial establishment of ONEM2M 29
  30. 30. ETSI M2M / OneM2M value proposition  Securely share the technical infrastructure between sensors and Apps Silo approach Shared approach No ROI31 © Actility
  31. 31. ETSI M2M / OneM2M value proposition Silo approach Shared approach  One HAN gateway per App  One HAN gateway for all the Apps  One installation per App  One Installation for all the Apps  Wire wire wire…  Full multi vendor home automation  No ROI interoperability  Revenues from “long tail” third parties applications  Successful % Apps store model32 © Actility
  32. 32. ETSI M2M / OneM2M value proposition  REST : do everything with 4 verbs and ‘documents’  Extremely easy to understand and program Modbus <GET http://.../ M-Bus CAN Application> ZigBee <POST http://…> DLMS BACnet <PUT http://…> REST CoAP oBix ZWave <DELETE http://…> C.12 … DALI KNX LON « REpresentational State Transfer » Model mandated by NIST for future standard ‘smartgrid’ applications. REST may be carried by CoAP defined in IETF33 © Actility
  33. 33. ETSI M2M / OneM2M value proposition  Big Data shared infrastructure between the Apps34 © Actility
  34. 34. ETSI M2M / OneM2M Residential Business case  The same motion sensor can be used by different Apps Elderly Alarm Auto lighting for elderly safety Alarm system when Im out. when Im home35 © Actility
  35. 35. ETSI M2M / OneM2M Smart city business case  The same motion sensor can be used by different Apps Traffic jam manager Emergency Traffic light manager Peak hour traffic management Emergency vehicle path36 © Actility
  36. 36. ETSI M2M / OneM2M B2B Business case  Multi-B2B Gas meter Water meter Electricity meter Demand Response Water from utility A Electricity from utility B Gaz from utility C37 © Actility
  37. 37. ETSI M2M / OneM2M B2B2C Business case  Multi-B2B2C Rolling shutter Security alarm Automatic watering system38 © Actility
  38. 38. … waiting for an app store39 © Actility
  39. 39. ThingPark®40 © Actility
  40. 40. Solution overview Smart Grid Smart 3rd Party • Application layer & EV Building applications • REST SDK • Publication ThingPark Store® • Deployment • Billing • First M2M ETSI solution ThingPark® • IMS 3GPP standard • Secured infrastructure • Multi M2M protocol (Zigbee, W-M-bus, LON, KNX…) Multi M2M protocol41 © Actility
  41. 41. Packaged Offer42 © Actility
  42. 42. Projet Open Source Cocoon Third party Apps Cocoon™ ETSI M2M NSC ETSI M2M GW Open source implementation43 © Actility
  43. 43. Packaged Offer44 © Actility
  44. 44. Checkout mechanism Apps Gateway / Box SIM card Inventory check Checkout and payment validation Services Devices45 © Actility
  45. 45. ThingPark BPML Workflow Apps Network Application instantiation Local firmware download API Gateway / Box Supply chain order API 3G / GPRS service SIM card activation SMS / Email confirmation API Broadband service Services activation ETSI M2M security configuration API Devices discovery & Devices Supply chain order matching with API application manifest46 © Actility
  46. 46. Complete service delivery47 © Actility
  47. 47. Synchronize water plants, cities and the grid48 © Actility
  48. 48. Synchronize water plants, cities and the grid49 © Actility
  49. 49. Looking for ETSI M2M info?  Wiley Publishing, look for « hersent » on Amazon nicolas.jordan@actility.com THANK YOU50 © Actility

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