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Efficient IoT solutions based on LoRaWAN, The Things Network and Mbed OS

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Efficient IoT solutions based on LoRaWAN, The Things Network and Mbed OS

  1. 1. Efficient IoT solutions based on LoRaWAN, The Things Network and Mbed OS Jan Jongboom / Johan Stokking Etteplan roadshow 20 - 21 February 2019
  2. 2. 2 Your hosts Jan Jongboom Principal Developer Evangelist, Arm 22 Johan Stokking CTO, The Things Industries
  3. 3. 3 The case for LoRa Powerconsumption/Bandwidth Range
  4. 4. 4 10kilometers range years of battery life
  5. 5. LoRa PHYsics
 crash-course
  6. 6. 7 High link budget TX P (dBm) RX Derived from work by Thomas Telkamp TX Power Connector loss Antenna gain Connector loss Antenna gain RX Power Path loss and fading 14 0 -100 Receiver sensitivity -137 dBm 14 dBm151 dBm link budget
  7. 7. 8 Link budget Wi-Fi Sub-GHz 6LoWPAN LoRa TX Power RX Sensitivity Link budget 20 dBm -75 dBm 95 dBm 11 dBm -110 dBm 121 dBm 14 dBm -137 dBm 151 dBm
  8. 8. 9 Theoretical maximum in free space 2.4 GHz, with 95.5 dBm link budget:
 550 meters 915 MHz, with 151 dBm link budget:
 850,000 meters
  9. 9. 10
  10. 10. 11 Unfortunately... we don't live in free space Attenuation Reflection and diffraction Fresnel zone
  11. 11. Based on Tokyo - model for calculating realistic path loss Picture by Moyan Brenn: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tokyo_(16043023330).jpg Hata model Large city (250 bps) Large city (1,760 bps) Suburb (250 bps) TX height RX height Range 0.1 m 40 m 4 km 0.1 m 40 m 2.5 km 0.1 m 40 m 9 km Suburb (250 bps) 1 m 100 m 13 km
  12. 12. What is LoRaWAN?
  13. 13. 14 LoRaWAN LoRaWAN is a standardized, bi-directional messaging protocol on top of LoRa modulation; the physical layer In the data link layer, LoRaWAN manages channels, data
 rates and executes MAC commands LoRaWAN messages contain device addresses and the server
 selects gateways for downlink in the network layer The server and device keep track of frame counters and
 perform a message integrity check in the transport layer LoRaWAN’s over the air activation (OTAA) manages the
 creation of a new session with security context LoRaWAN encrypts application payload but does not prescribe
 a binary payload format to use
  14. 14. 15 Device classes Flexibility in power conservation versus fast network initiated transmission Class A 😴 Class B ⏰ Class C ⚡ Device initiated communication Devices are typically in deep sleep and send messages on intervals and/or events Only after uplink transmission, there is a receive window for downlink messages Best for most sensor applications and battery conservation Time synchronized communication The network broadcasts beacons for devices to sync time In so-called ping slots, devices wake up and the network may send downlink messages Best for most downlink intensive applications Network initiated communication The devices are continuously listening, often temporarily or on power supply The network can send downlink message at any given time Best for downlink intensive applications that require low latencies
  15. 15. 16 Typical LoRaWAN Topology Network Session Key: Message Integrity Applicadon Session Key: Join, Encrypdon and Decrypdon Devices Gateways Network Server User
 ApplicaXon ApplicaXon Server
  16. 16. 17
  17. 17. 18 Limitations
  18. 18. Arm's IoT offering
  19. 19. 20 IoT gets complicated quickly TLS, low bandwidth Identity Key storage Bootloader Updates Provisioning Transfer of ownership Gateway Factory tooling Your system
  20. 20. IoT gets complicated quickly - do it yourself 21 TLS, low bandwidth Identity Key storage Bootloader Updates Provisioning Transfer of ownership Gateway Factory tooling Your system
  21. 21. Mbed OS Arm Pelion TLS, low bandwidth Identity Key storage Bootloader Updates Provisioning Transfer of ownership Gateway Factory tooling Your system 22 IoT gets complicated quickly - license from Arm
  22. 22. Secure connectivity- and management 
 from chip to cloud, during the full life time of the device
  23. 23. Mbed OS 5 - Unified security and connectivity
  24. 24. 25 LoRaWAN is evolving... New security principles (join servers, root keys) Firmware Updates now standardized Device Management ongoing work Complexity https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/5266523
  25. 25. 26 Bootloader Asymmetric crypto Storage driver Resilient filesystem Advanced 
 LoRaWAN stack Radio drivers FlashIAP Update clientPower management Parts required in an IoT device
  26. 26. 27 Arm Mbed A free, open source Platform OS targeting IoT end node devices Mbed OS Cortex-M RTOS
 kernel Portable
 drivers Integrated
 security IoT
 connectivity Device management Development tools Developer community Partner ecosystem 150 development boards LoRa, BLE, Cellular, Wi-Fi, etc. 27
  27. 27. 28 Open source and community built 325,000 developers 70+ partners Apache 2.0 licensed https://os.mbed.com
  28. 28. 29 Built with Mbed LightGrid Smart Speakers Tilt monitor Beacons Parking sensor Gateway EV Charger Ocean Connect Asset tracker Gateway Smart City Luminaire Patient tracker Industrial sensor Smart city bins Parking barrier Electric meter Pedometer Street light Smart shelf Agriculture Water sensor Submarine Factory humidity Air vent Food allergy Indoor positioning Door lock City mapping Office lighting
  29. 29. Mbed OS 
 and LoRaWAN
  30. 30. LoRaWAN in the Mbed community Which connectivity do you plan to use in the coming year? Source: https://os.mbed.com/blog/entry/Results-of-the-Mbed-Developer-Survey-201/
  31. 31. Mbed OS LoRaWAN stack LoRaWAN versions 1.0.2, 1.0.3*, 1.1* Class support A & C Radios supported SX1272, SX1276 Features Firmware updates Channel plans Highly configurable Better reception at low data rates * in branch
  32. 32. The numbers RAM ROM Typical microcontroller: 32K RAM / 256K Flash Stack is fully tuneable Minimum configuration (includes everything): 6K of RAM, 65K of ROM Optional: offload crypto to external module * Measured on NUCLEO-F411RE with SX1276 19% 25%
  33. 33. Cryptography TLS In software With external crypto engine
  34. 34. Testing ~1,150 functional tests Test farm of >800 devices 40,000 hours of testing on real hardware per release Pre-certified for LoRaWAN 1.0.2 http://www.redwoodcomm.com/product/01.php
  35. 35. The secret behind LoRaWAN's battery life... 😴
  36. 36. Automatic sleep management DISCO-L475VG with SX1276 LoRa radio, MBED_TICKLESS enabled
  37. 37. Developing for Mbed OS
  38. 38. 39https://os.mbed.com/platforms
  39. 39. 40 LoRa radio SX1272 / SX1276 shieldTarget with built-in radio
  40. 40. 41 Three development environments Online compiler Mbed CLI Offline IDE C:> mbed
  41. 41. 42 Getting started - Online Compiler Import https://github.com/ArmMbed/mbed-os-example-lorawan
  42. 42. 43 Getting started - Mbed CLI Install Mbed CLI: https://github.com/armmbed/mbed-cli $ mbed import mbed-os-example-lorawan
  43. 43. Developing on The Things Network
  44. 44. 49 Community Map The Things Network has more than 900 communities in 137 countries
  45. 45. 50 The Things Network Stack V3 Released early 2019, The Things Network Stack V3 is a next generation LoRaWAN server stack. It is available open source for private networks. We will migrate the community network in Q3 2019.
  46. 46. 51 In progress or RFP $%&' ()*+ The Things Network Foundation +*,- Open Network Infrastructure Association . Meshed / The Things Network community network The Things Network has more than 900 communities in 137 countries
  47. 47. 52 The Things Industries The Things Industries is a key provider of private LoRaWAN networks. Our enterprise grade network server is trusted by over 100 customers for production networks, across a range of industries. The Things Industries is the enabler of The Things Network, world’s largest open and free, crowd sourced LoRaWAN network.
  48. 48. 55 Getting started 1. Create an account
 https://account.thethingsnetwork.org/register 2. Start adding devices and create applications from the console
 https://console.thethingsnetwork.org 3. Learn about LoRaWAN from the Docs and go through the commonly asked questions on the Forum
 https://forum.thethingsnetwork.org 4. Follow the webinar series on YouTube
 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv85CXnZUXEKnlZpQapTAwQ
  49. 49. One more thing...
  50. 50. 58 http://mbed.com/js
  51. 51. 60
  52. 52. Google: "firmware updates lorawan" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NoshDOqmdM
  53. 53. Let's build this thing together! Recap LoRaWAN is awesome Remember the limitations Mbed OS, The Things Network and Etteplan are here to help!
  54. 54. Thank You! Danke! Merci! 谢谢! ありがとう! Gracias! Kiitos! 감사합니다 धन्यवाद 63 Jan Jongboom / Johan Stokking Slides: http://janjongboom.com

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