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Internet of Things (IoT) e o Paradigma Software- 
© Antônio M. Alberti 2014 
Defined Everything (SDE) 
Antônio Marcos Albe...
Outline 
‣ Current Scenario 
‣ Overview of FIA Ingredients 
‣ Software-Defined Everything (SDE) 
‣ Internet of Everything ...
Current Scenario 
‣ Since 2000, several initiatives to redesign the Internet appeared 
under the banner of the so called F...
Current Scenario 
‣ A branch of FIA design is the Internet of Things (IoT), or more 
generally the Internet of Everything ...
© Antônio M. Alberti 2013 
Overview of FIA ingredients 
Future Internet Ingredients 
IoT 
Capacity/ 
Ubiquity/ 
Scalabilit...
What is SDN? 
• Networking can be defined as the act of establishing a network 
among equipment in order to exchange data ...
What is SDN? 
• However, SDN can also mean that some functionality (the 
functionality of ‘something’) is defined by softw...
Current Hardware Equipment 
Fonte: Andrés F. M. Quezada, “Uma Visão Geral de Redes Definidas por Software e o Protocolo 
O...
Networking Plane’s Interaction 
Fonte: Andrés F. M. Quezada, “Uma Visão Geral de Redes Definidas por Software e o Protocol...
The Shenker’s et al. SDN 
• It proposes four abstractions to simplify network control: 
• Forwarding - It encompasses a fl...
Decoupling Hardware from Software 
Fonte: Andrés F. M. Quezada, “Uma Visão Geral de Redes Definidas por Software e o Proto...
The Four 
Abstractions 
Fonte: Andrés F. M. Quezada, “Uma Visão 
Geral de Redes Definidas por Software e o 
Protocolo Open...
OpenFlow 
• It is probably the best well-known SDN initiative. 
• It is a standard that covers SDN forwarding and configur...
What is Internet of Things? 
‣ To make an Internet build of physical “Things”. 
‣ To bring the Internet to the “Things”. 
...
Future Internet Ingredients 
IoT 
Capacity/ 
Ubiquity/ 
Scalability 
Real-Virtual 
Exposition/Service-centrism 
SDN 
Manag...
Capacity, Ubiquity, and Scalability 
ü The accelerated evolution of capacities allows the 
implementation of small device...
© Antônio M. Alberti 2013 
Real-Virtual Worlds Integration 
Future Internet Ingredients 
IoT 
Capacity/ 
Ubiquity/ 
Scalab...
Real-Virtual Worlds Integration 
ü New “smart” embedded devices are emerging and becoming 
connected to the Internet. 
Da...
Real-Virtual Worlds Integration 
ü These knowledge networks can feed complex hierarchical 
feedback control loops, since ...
Real-Virtual Worlds Integration 
ü New applications are emerging to take advantage of this 
situational information, e.g....
© Antônio M. Alberti 2013 
Resources Exposition and Service-Centrism 
Future Internet Ingredients 
IoT 
Capacity/ 
Ubiquit...
ü IoT and FI resources need be exposed to software orchestration 
frameworks, allowing the dynamic and integrated composi...
Resources Exposition and Service-Centrism 
ü Entire services’ life-cycles can be orchestrated involving such 
exposed res...
© Antônio M. Alberti 2013 
Resources Exposition and Service-Centrism 
ü Some open challenges on IoT + IoS are: 
ú How to...
© Antônio M. Alberti 2013 
Software-Defined Networking 
Future Internet Ingredients 
IoT 
Capacity/ 
Ubiquity/ 
Scalabilit...
Software-Defined Networking 
ü The SDN paradigm could be applied to the IoT devices: 
ú T. Luo, H. Tan; T.Q.S. Quek, Sen...
© Antônio M. Alberti 2013 
Management and Autonomicity 
Future Internet Ingredients 
IoT 
Capacity/ 
Ubiquity/ 
Scalabilit...
Management and Autonomicity 
ü IoT will manage itself or at least reduce considerably the degree 
of the human interventi...
Management and Autonomicity 
ü Among the proposals to reduce human interference on ICT, 
there is the so-called autonomic...
© Antônio M. Alberti 2013 
Naming, Identification, Mobility, and Multihoming 
Future Internet Ingredients 
IoT 
Capacity/ ...
Naming, Identification, Mobility, and Multihoming 
ü People like to attribute natural language names to devices, 
network...
Naming, Identification, Mobility, and Multihoming 
ü Additionally, new architectures need to support simultaneous 
connec...
© Antônio M. Alberti 2013 
Information-centrism 
Future Internet Ingredients 
IoT 
Capacity/ 
Ubiquity/ 
Scalability 
Real...
Information-centrism 
ü Node-centrism is perhaps the most common approach for 
designing WSANs. 
© Antônio M. Alberti 201...
Information-centrism 
ü The integrity, provenance, and non-repudiation of sensing and 
actuating data can be checked base...
(c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
NOVAGENESIS 
COMO É? 
QUAIS OS BENEFÍCIOS?
Nomes em linguagem natural: Português, Inglês, etc. 
Wilfredor 
Nomes únicos gerados a partir de padrões imutáveis das exi...
Antônio 
0101010101010101011010110001010010101010101010101 
1010101011110100001010011111111110101010100000000 
10010101010...
01011223… 
Imagem.jpg 
Antônio 
AA180972… 
Meu 
Smartphone 
BFEF1216… 
IDENTIFICAÇÃO E LOCALIZAÇÃO 
(c) Antonio Alberti 20...
Antônio 
Câmera 1 
Meu smartphone Scalifax 
Câmera 2 
Meu tablet 
Meu Repositório 
de Fotos 
DESCOBERTA 
Eu tenho fotos 
d...
NEGOCIAÇÃO 
Vamos 
trabalhar 
juntos? 
Vamos 
trabalhar 
juntos? 
Vamos 
trabalhar 
juntos? 
Antônio 
Câmera 1 
Meu smartp...
TROCA DE INFORMAÇÃO 
Ai vão as Ok! 
minhas fotos! 
Ai vão as 
minhas fotos! 
Antônio 
Câmera 1 
Meu smartphone Scalifax 
C...
RASTREABILIDADE 
Antônio 
Câmera 1 
Meu smartphone Scalifax 
Câmera 2 
Meu tablet 
Meu Repositório 
de Fotos 
(c) Antonio ...
Confiável! 
Não confiável! 
"Collaboration logo V2" by Berdea - Own work. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Shar...
Hoje 
Transmissor 
envia 
Origem do 
Spam! 
Internet 
Receptor 
aceita tudo 
MODELO DE COMUNICAÇÃO 
(c) Antonio Alberti 20...
Futuro 
Transmissor 
publica 
Internet Fim do Spam! 
Receptor 
assina 
MODELO DE COMUNICAÇÃO 
(c) Antonio Alberti 2014, In...
Rede Local 2 
MOBILIDADE 
ID=143.106.52.3 
LOC=143.106.52.3 
ID=10.0.0.3 
LOC=10.0.0.3 
Hoje 
Rede Local 1 
(c) Antonio Al...
Futuro 
ID=FFFF12211243865… 
LOC=FEFEF1421412411… 
ID=FFFF12211243865… 
LOC=AAAA2734573453… 
MOBILIDADE 
Rede Local 1 Rede...
Dispositivos 
Sociais 
Representantes 
DISPOSITIVOS SOCIAIS 
(c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved. 
INTE...
Developing a NovaGenesis IoT 
Towards a Trustable Fellowship of Self-Organizing “Things” 
(c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel...
Convergência IoE, SDE, Rádio Cognitivo e Sobre Fibra 
Optical Switch 
To “E” To “E” 
From “H” 
RoF RoF 
Splitter 
Access 
...
Developing a NovaGenesis IoT 
Smart Future Internet Architecture 
People! 
Policies, Rules, Regulations, etc. 
Self-Organi...
NovaGenesis in 
the Media 
TEDxInatel 
TV Unisinos 
G1 
Engenharia É 
TecMundo 
BNAméricas
The NovaGenesis Team 
2014 
2013
Obrigado! 
Antônio Marcos Alberti 
! 
www.inatel.br/novagenesis 
www.inatel.br/woca 
antonioalberti.blogspot.com 
facebook...
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Internet das Coisas e o Paradigma Software-Defined Everything (SDE)

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Palestra apresentada na quinta-feira técnica na sede do Banco do Brasil em Brasilia. Cobre a relação entre Internet of Things (IoT) e arquiteturas software-defined. Apresenta a proposta NovaGenesis como solução à integração desses dois paradigmas.

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Internet das Coisas e o Paradigma Software-Defined Everything (SDE)

  1. 1. Internet of Things (IoT) e o Paradigma Software- © Antônio M. Alberti 2014 Defined Everything (SDE) Antônio Marcos Alberti Professor, Researcher, ICT Lab. Coordinator, NovaGenesis Project Architect, C++ Developer ! antonioalberti@gmail.com www.inatel.br/novagenesis/
  2. 2. Outline ‣ Current Scenario ‣ Overview of FIA Ingredients ‣ Software-Defined Everything (SDE) ‣ Internet of Everything (IoE) ‣ NovaGenesis: Convergent Information Architecture
  3. 3. Current Scenario ‣ Since 2000, several initiatives to redesign the Internet appeared under the banner of the so called Future Internet Architecture (FIA) design. ! ‣ Today, there are hundreds of initiatives overspread all over the world. ! ‣ They can be classified as: ú Clean slate - Aim at redesigning from “scratch" the Internet architecture using the state-of-the-art of contemporary information and communications technologies. ! ú Evolutionary - Aim at continuing evolving TCP/IP Internet. ! ‣ Since 2008, I am designing a new convergent information architecture called NovaGenesis.
  4. 4. Current Scenario ‣ A branch of FIA design is the Internet of Things (IoT), or more generally the Internet of Everything (IoE). ! ‣ The IoE can be defined as to make everything belong to the Internet. ! ‣ Another branch of FIA is the Software-Defined Networking (SDN), which can also be generalized to Software-Defined Everything (SDE). ! ‣ The clean slate approaches wonder if the current Internet can support the challenge of scalability, naming, identification, mobility, manage and control of billions of nodes. ! ‣ We are going to discuss the relationships of both branches in the context of the NovaGenesis clean-slate architecture. (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  5. 5. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 Overview of FIA ingredients Future Internet Ingredients IoT Capacity/ Ubiquity/ Scalability Real-Virtual Exposition/Service-centrism SDN Management/ Autonomicity Information-centrism Naming/Identification/ Mobility/Multihoming
  6. 6. What is SDN? • Networking can be defined as the act of establishing a network among equipment in order to exchange data and information. • According to Shenker, “current networks are essentially designed to ‘master the complexity’ behind existing technologies, rather than to “extract simplicity” from the learned lessons”. • Shenker defends the idea that abstractions play a big role on computer science, shielding high level software from the complexity existing in the lower levels. • In this context, SDN means to rethink network architectures considering the important role of abstractions. Means to do networking as “software engineering”.
  7. 7. What is SDN? • However, SDN can also mean that some functionality (the functionality of ‘something’) is defined by software, i.e. it works accordingly to some controlling software. • Thus, SDN means to establish networks where physical/virtual equipment functionalities are controlled by software. • The equipment could be everything that can be used to do networking, while functionalities could be any networking functionality. • This definition raised on the scope of software-defined radio (SDR) and cognitive radio (CR), but this is a long story ;-)
  8. 8. Current Hardware Equipment Fonte: Andrés F. M. Quezada, “Uma Visão Geral de Redes Definidas por Software e o Protocolo OpenFlow”, Trabalho de Conclusão, Pós-Graduação Inatel, 2014
  9. 9. Networking Plane’s Interaction Fonte: Andrés F. M. Quezada, “Uma Visão Geral de Redes Definidas por Software e o Protocolo OpenFlow”, Trabalho de Conclusão, Pós-Graduação Inatel, 2014
  10. 10. The Shenker’s et al. SDN • It proposes four abstractions to simplify network control: • Forwarding - It encompasses a flexible, software-controlled, frame forwarding model. • State distribution - comprehends a centralized control program that operates over a summarized network view. • Configuration - The output of the control program is a networking configuration map. To create the required network view a network operating system (NOS) is used. • Specification - It enables the generation of abstract configurations for network devices. Such abstract configurations need to be mapped to the physical ones.
  11. 11. Decoupling Hardware from Software Fonte: Andrés F. M. Quezada, “Uma Visão Geral de Redes Definidas por Software e o Protocolo OpenFlow”, Trabalho de Conclusão, Pós-Graduação Inatel, 2014
  12. 12. The Four Abstractions Fonte: Andrés F. M. Quezada, “Uma Visão Geral de Redes Definidas por Software e o Protocolo OpenFlow”, Trabalho de Conclusão, Pós-Graduação Inatel, 2014
  13. 13. OpenFlow • It is probably the best well-known SDN initiative. • It is a standard that covers SDN forwarding and configuration abstractions. • It covers the structure of an OpenFlow switch as well as the protocol used by the control program (controller) to generate the network view and to configure forwarding tables. • A diversity of controllers can be used together with OpenFlow: NOX, HyperFlow, DevoFlow, Onix, etc.
  14. 14. What is Internet of Things? ‣ To make an Internet build of physical “Things”. ‣ To bring the Internet to the “Things”. ‣ To put the “Things” on the Internet. ‣ How many “Things”? NASA (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  15. 15. Future Internet Ingredients IoT Capacity/ Ubiquity/ Scalability Real-Virtual Exposition/Service-centrism SDN Management/ Autonomicity Information-centrism Naming/Identification/ Mobility/Multihoming © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 Capacity, Ubiquity, and Scalability
  16. 16. Capacity, Ubiquity, and Scalability ü The accelerated evolution of capacities allows the implementation of small devices capable of sensing the real world and transmitting the obtained data to services on the Internet. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 ! ü Those devices can also act over the real world. ! ü Sensing and actuating capabilities can become ubiquitous, allowing unprecedented scenarios of interaction between the real and the virtual worlds. ! ü This army of devices will push architectures’ scalability requirements to new limits.
  17. 17. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 Real-Virtual Worlds Integration Future Internet Ingredients IoT Capacity/ Ubiquity/ Scalability Real-Virtual Exposition/Service-centrism SDN Management/ Autonomicity Information-centrism Naming/Identification/ Mobility/Multihoming
  18. 18. Real-Virtual Worlds Integration ü New “smart” embedded devices are emerging and becoming connected to the Internet. Data Information Knowledge Wisdom © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 ! ü This will create a flood of real world information, considerably enriching our applications, making them more aware of what happens in the real world, in real time, everywhere. ! ü To transform this huge amount of raw data on knowledge is one of the biggest challenges behind the IoT. ! ! ! ü There is an entire cycle of data processing up to the generation of cooperative knowledge networks.
  19. 19. Real-Virtual Worlds Integration ü These knowledge networks can feed complex hierarchical feedback control loops, since sensorial data is very important for decision making. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 Some issues in this context are the stability, performance, and sensitivity of this control loops. ü Therefore, we do need to avoid blind autopilots.
  20. 20. Real-Virtual Worlds Integration ü New applications are emerging to take advantage of this situational information, e.g. like augment reality, ambient intelligence, social appliances, networked cars, etc. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Google GlassTM ü In addition, decisions made on the virtual side can be reflected on the real environment. This will help us to save energy, to better use our resources.
  21. 21. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 Resources Exposition and Service-Centrism Future Internet Ingredients IoT Capacity/ Ubiquity/ Scalability Real-Virtual Exposition/Service-centrism SDN Management/ Autonomicity Information-centrism Naming/Identification/ Mobility/Multihoming
  22. 22. ü IoT and FI resources need be exposed to software orchestration frameworks, allowing the dynamic and integrated composition of real and virtual existences. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 Resources Exposition and Service-Centrism Software Orchestration
  23. 23. Resources Exposition and Service-Centrism ü Entire services’ life-cycles can be orchestrated involving such exposed resources. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 ! ü The life-cycle can include devices description, search, selection, negotiation, admission, installation, monitoring, failure handling, and all the other management functionalities. ! ü In short, IoT capabilities can be seen as a service (IoT-as-a-service). ! ü This view approximates the IoT to the so-called Internet of Services (IoS).
  24. 24. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 Resources Exposition and Service-Centrism ü Some open challenges on IoT + IoS are: ú How to design a service-oriented IoT? ú How to enable the joint orchestration of non-IoT and IoT substrate resources and services? ú How small sensors and actuators will expose their capabilities, or establish dynamic contracts? ú How to share IoT resources among several orchestration frameworks? ú How to describe the device capabilities? ú How to format the contracts? ú How to provide the adequate search mechanisms? ú Which circumstances can cause a contract revocation? ú How to provide energy-awareness?
  25. 25. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 Software-Defined Networking Future Internet Ingredients IoT Capacity/ Ubiquity/ Scalability Real-Virtual Exposition/Service-centrism SDN Management/ Autonomicity Information-centrism Naming/Identification/ Mobility/Multihoming
  26. 26. Software-Defined Networking ü The SDN paradigm could be applied to the IoT devices: ú T. Luo, H. Tan; T.Q.S. Quek, Sensor OpenFlow: Enabling Software-Defined Wireless Sensor Networks, IEEE Communications Letters, vol.16, no.11, pp.1896,1899, (2012). © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 ! ü IoT can be used to collect real-world information that is relevant for networking control, as well as to reflect software decisions on network hardware. ! ü Some open issues are: ú How the well-known limitations of WSANs will shape the application of the SDN paradigm on this networks? ú How to design networking control and management systems that take advantage of the IoT?
  27. 27. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 Management and Autonomicity Future Internet Ingredients IoT Capacity/ Ubiquity/ Scalability Real-Virtual Exposition/Service-centrism SDN Management/ Autonomicity Information-centrism Naming/Identification/ Mobility/Multihoming
  28. 28. Management and Autonomicity ü IoT will manage itself or at least reduce considerably the degree of the human intervention required. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 We already have self-driven cars. Why not to have a self-driven FI? ü We cannot expect that the IoT will be managed in the same way as the telecom operator’s networks today.
  29. 29. Management and Autonomicity ü Among the proposals to reduce human interference on ICT, there is the so-called autonomic technology, or self-*. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 ! ü Many of the IoT roles overlap with the functionalities advocated by the autonomic cycle, e.g. monitoring, analysis, acting. ! ü Thus, the autonomic technology appears to be a natural candidate for the IoT management. ! ü However, the IoT provides the information necessary to feed the autonomic cycle of other FI architectural components. ! ü Thus, IoT appears to be a natural candidate to implement some of the phases of the autonomic cycle for FI components.
  30. 30. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 Naming, Identification, Mobility, and Multihoming Future Internet Ingredients IoT Capacity/ Ubiquity/ Scalability Real-Virtual Exposition/Service-centrism SDN Management/ Autonomicity Information-centrism Naming/Identification/ Mobility/Multihoming
  31. 31. Naming, Identification, Mobility, and Multihoming ü People like to attribute natural language names to devices, networks, services, and even for information. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 ! ü Current Internet naming is very limited: hosts, domains, URLs. ! ü What are the things that deserve a name on the Internet? ! ü Names can be used as identifiers (IDs) and locators (LOCs). ! ü An important problem is the dual role of IP addresses, even in IPv6. ! ü How to move “Things” without losing their IDs?
  32. 32. Naming, Identification, Mobility, and Multihoming ü Additionally, new architectures need to support simultaneous connectivity and multipath routing, fully enabling multihoming. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 ! ü The ubiquitous connectivity needs to be explored in design, as well as new routing approaches.
  33. 33. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 Information-centrism Future Internet Ingredients IoT Capacity/ Ubiquity/ Scalability Real-Virtual Exposition/Service-centrism SDN Management/ Autonomicity Information-centrism Naming/Identification/ Mobility/Multihoming
  34. 34. Information-centrism ü Node-centrism is perhaps the most common approach for designing WSANs. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 ! ü However, IoT can take great advantage of the precepts behind the Internet of Information (IoI). ! ü Self-certifying names (SCNs) can be used to name data in a persistent and verifiable way, i.e. SCN = H(m) mensagem (longa) m função “Hash” H(m) MD5, SHA-1, Whirlpool
  35. 35. Information-centrism ü The integrity, provenance, and non-repudiation of sensing and actuating data can be checked based on SCNs. © Antônio M. Alberti 2013 ! ü Name-based search and discovery of network-enabled devices and information helps on IoT services’ life-cycle: the idea of social devices. ! ü Information is secured per se – it do not depend anymore only on secured connections.
  36. 36. (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  37. 37. NOVAGENESIS COMO É? QUAIS OS BENEFÍCIOS?
  38. 38. Nomes em linguagem natural: Português, Inglês, etc. Wilfredor Nomes únicos gerados a partir de padrões imutáveis das existências. NOMEAÇÃO 0101010101010101011010110001010010101010101010101 1010101011110100001010011111111110101010100000000 1001010101000101010101011111110000000000000000000 1010101010101010101000010010101010101010101010101 1111111010101010100001010010100101010100010101010 0100000100000010000000001000001000000100000010000 1110000010000000100000010110101111000011100000000 1111111010101010100001010010100101010100010101010 0100000100000010000000001000001000000100000010000 1110000010000000100000010110101111000011100000000 1111111101111110111111011111101111101111101111111 (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  39. 39. Antônio 0101010101010101011010110001010010101010101010101 1010101011110100001010011111111110101010100000000 1001010101000101010101011111110000000000000000000 1010101010101010101000010010101010101010101010101 1111111010101010100001010010100101010100010101010 0100000100000010000000001000001000000100000010000 1110000010000000100000010110101111000011100000000 1111111010101010100001010010100101010100010101010 0100000100000010000000001000001000000100000010000 1110000010000000100000010110101111000011100000000 1111111101111110111111011111101111101111101111111 Meu Smartphone Nomes conectados para criar uma rede de relacionamentos. Imagem.jpg AA180972… 01011223… BFEF1216… NOMEAÇÃO (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  40. 40. 01011223… Imagem.jpg Antônio AA180972… Meu Smartphone BFEF1216… IDENTIFICAÇÃO E LOCALIZAÇÃO (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  41. 41. Antônio Câmera 1 Meu smartphone Scalifax Câmera 2 Meu tablet Meu Repositório de Fotos DESCOBERTA Eu tenho fotos do Antônio! Eu guardo fotos do Antônio! Eu tenho fotos do Antônio! (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  42. 42. NEGOCIAÇÃO Vamos trabalhar juntos? Vamos trabalhar juntos? Vamos trabalhar juntos? Antônio Câmera 1 Meu smartphone Scalifax Câmera 2 Meu tablet Meu Repositório de Fotos (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  43. 43. TROCA DE INFORMAÇÃO Ai vão as Ok! minhas fotos! Ai vão as minhas fotos! Antônio Câmera 1 Meu smartphone Scalifax Câmera 2 Meu tablet Meu Repositório de Fotos (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  44. 44. RASTREABILIDADE Antônio Câmera 1 Meu smartphone Scalifax Câmera 2 Meu tablet Meu Repositório de Fotos (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  45. 45. Confiável! Não confiável! "Collaboration logo V2" by Berdea - Own work. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Collaboration_logo_V2.svg#mediaviewer/File:Collaboration_logo_V2.svg CONFIANÇA E REPUTAÇÃO
  46. 46. Hoje Transmissor envia Origem do Spam! Internet Receptor aceita tudo MODELO DE COMUNICAÇÃO (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  47. 47. Futuro Transmissor publica Internet Fim do Spam! Receptor assina MODELO DE COMUNICAÇÃO (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  48. 48. Rede Local 2 MOBILIDADE ID=143.106.52.3 LOC=143.106.52.3 ID=10.0.0.3 LOC=10.0.0.3 Hoje Rede Local 1 (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  49. 49. Futuro ID=FFFF12211243865… LOC=FEFEF1421412411… ID=FFFF12211243865… LOC=AAAA2734573453… MOBILIDADE Rede Local 1 Rede Local 2 (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  50. 50. Dispositivos Sociais Representantes DISPOSITIVOS SOCIAIS (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved. INTERAGEM UNS COM OS OUTROS USANDO REPRESENTANTES DE SOFTWARE.
  51. 51. Developing a NovaGenesis IoT Towards a Trustable Fellowship of Self-Organizing “Things” (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved. Social Devices Window Sensor Storm Nobody at home Open window Presence Sensors Weather Sensors Close the window Window ! Representative Presence Sensors ! Representative Weather Sensors ! Representative Smart ! Assistant
  52. 52. Convergência IoE, SDE, Rádio Cognitivo e Sobre Fibra Optical Switch To “E” To “E” From “H” RoF RoF Splitter Access Point Spectrum Analyzer Antenna Control Link From “H” Throughtput (Mbps) CINR (dB) RF Sa Freque NovaGenesis Services for Proxy/Gateway/ Control of: ! ü Spectrum Sensing ü Optically Controlled Antenna ü Access Point ü Wi-Fi VLAN ! ! (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  53. 53. Developing a NovaGenesis IoT Smart Future Internet Architecture People! Policies, Rules, Regulations, etc. Self-Organizing! Assistants, Controllers, Managers, etc. Self-Organizing ! Physical World Representatives Physical World (c) Antonio Alberti 2014, Inatel - All rights reserved.
  54. 54. NovaGenesis in the Media TEDxInatel TV Unisinos G1 Engenharia É TecMundo BNAméricas
  55. 55. The NovaGenesis Team 2014 2013
  56. 56. Obrigado! Antônio Marcos Alberti ! www.inatel.br/novagenesis www.inatel.br/woca antonioalberti.blogspot.com facebook.com/antoniomarcos.alberti researchgate.net/profile/Antonio_Alberti linkedin.com/profile/view?id=69752898 twitter.com/antoniomalberti

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