Ow2 aspire - RFID - fossa2010

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Didier Donsez (INRIA)

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Ow2 aspire - RFID - fossa2010

  1. 1. OW2 Aspire RFID @ fOSSA 2010Toward FOSS & Privacy-friendly IoT Middleware Didier Donsez Université Joseph FourierPolyTech’ Grenoble - LIG / Adèle firstname.lastname@imag.fr firstname.lastname@ieee.org lastname@apache.org lastname@ow2.org
  2. 2. 24/11/2010 RFID Everywhere The first wave of the Internet of Things Identify everything! Readers everywhere!OW2 Aspire RFID NFC phones Nabztag/tag Store portals RFID tunnel Over 47.000.000 Over 200.000 Reader for pickin in Japan 2
  3. 3. 24/11/2010 Trends #1 From warehouse to EC mass market NFC phones RFID tunnel 10^6 10^9OW2 Aspire RFID RFID handset Nabztag/tag 3
  4. 4. 24/11/2010 Trends #2 Exploit sensors measurements in applications Environmental sensors (scattered in warehouses, containers, you …) Sensors embedded in the tagged object (ie data loggers in BAT) Location Measurement Audio-Video [temperature], [humidity], [pressure], [timestamp],[position], [image stream], [weight], [distance], [accel.], [shock], [symbolicPos], [cellID] … [snapshot] … [ECG], [O2], [CO2], …OW2 Aspire RFID Examples Cold chain, Fragil shipping, Smart trash, … 4
  5. 5. 24/11/2010 The Privacy (invasion) syndrome May be a brake to large scale acceptation (then deployment)OW2 Aspire RFID Big brother is scanning you ! From [Ari Juels 05] 5 Image http://desencyclopedie.wikia.com/wiki/Image:BigBrother.jpg
  6. 6. 24/11/2010 The privacy-friendly society: Fundamentals Privacy-friendly software Object data Privacy-friendly tags Personal data Privacy-friendly Certification ConsumerOW2 Aspire RFID programmes FOSS is awareness auditable/certifiable From Humberto Moran 6
  7. 7. 24/11/2010 Toward IoT middlewares Real World IT World ©DidierCodes Bar Donsez ~ 1 TeraHit Sensor ONS per day authentication, RFID Event Identification, Object Nanimg Service tracking [ObjectId], Smart Card [timestamp], contact,contactless Activation measurements WMS, MES, ERP … Buttons, Keys… Sensor Sensor Event Reporting Data GPS Mediation Warehouse [timestamp],[position] Export Time IoT Middleware Publish Measure Measurement is running onOW2 Aspire RFID [position], [temperature], [humidity],[pressure], [weight] … 10^4 – 10^6 grid or cloud low edge « edges » of high-end servers 7
  8. 8. 24/11/2010 Initiatives in IoT Middleware Hundreds of *ML formats/API More or less FOSS EPC Globaltarget the supply chain) Supply chain (open loop) GUID-oriented NFC Forum Cell phones market Content-oriented KML (Google Maps) (GPS)GeoPosition-oriented EEML (JPachube)OW2 Aspire RFID Sensors data streams 8
  9. 9. 24/11/2010 The ASPIRE FP7 Project Research project funded by EU FP7 ICT-215417 Leaders: Neeli Prasad (Adm.) & John Soldatos (Tech.) Timeframe: 01/01/2008 – 31/12/2010 10 partners (companies and academics) Aalborg University – CtiF, Denmark INRIA (ObjectWeb, POPS), France Université Joseph Fourier – Grenoble University – LIG Laboratory, France Research and Education Laboratory in Information Technologies – Athens Information Technology, Greece Melexis technologies SA MELE, Switzerland Open Source Innovation Ltd OSI UK UEAPME, BelgiumOW2 Aspire RFID Sensap S.A, Greece Pole Traceability Valence, France Instituto Telecomunicações IT, Portugal http://www.fp7-aspire.eu/ 9
  10. 10. 24/11/2010 The ASPIRE FP7 Project Overview and Goals Significantly lower the SME entry cost barrier and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for RFID Enable RFID scenarios (based on technology solutions: ASPIRE middleware and added • Free Middleware running on Low-cost hardware value sensors) that improve • Lower effort for managing the business results infrastructure and developing applications ASPIRE Develops and will deliver a lightweight, royalty-free, programmable, privacy - friendly, standards-compliant, scalable, integrated and intelligent middleware platformOW2 Aspire RFID Validate the above developments in RFID trials 10
  11. 11. 24/11/2010 ASPIRE RFID @ OW2 http://wiki.aspire.objectweb.org OW2 project Leaders: Nikos Kefalakis, John Soldatos & Didier Donsez Targets non-trivial RFID-based applications FOSS SW RFID/Sensor Middleware RFID/Sensor Apps Tools RFID/Sensor Applications samples Compliances with standards (EPCGlobal, NFCForum, …) with legacies (1D/2D barecods, …) and proprietary (iButtons, …) Extensions Sensors (temp., shock occur., geoloc, video streams, …) and BAT (Zigbee, 6LoWPAN, 433Mhz, …) Surveys and BEGOW2 Aspire RFID Namespace: org.ow2.aspirerfid Licence: LGPL v2.1 and CC by-sa 11
  12. 12. 24/11/2010 Architecture 30000 ft view Customer Customer ONS Warehouse (DNS) HTTP SOAP ALE light F&C Web 2.0 HTTP SOAP HTTP HTML RMI BlueTooth ALE F&C sensors Other BEG EPC ISs (Aspire, EPC IS Serial, (JavaEE) Bluetooth, ALEOW2 Aspire RFID Fostrack, …) RFID … Corporate F&C Readers Headquarter 12
  13. 13. 24/11/2010 Detailled ArchitectureOW2 Aspire RFID 13
  14. 14. 24/11/2010 Demos @ 2010 Village Customer info @ POS, @Fair, In-vitro Supply chain demo @Museum, @Park … i.e. EPC Global’ vision of RFID Patient @ Home, Elder @ Home Professionals : Inventory, Maintenance, Picking … i.e. NFC Forum’ vision of RFIDOW2 Aspire RFID 14
  15. 15. 24/11/2010 Q&ROW2 Aspire RFID http://wiki.aspire.ow2.org http://www.fp7-aspire.eu/ 15

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